the name's allison. this is where i lay the heart on the sleeve.

speculation on changing george knightley’s name

the prince of cambridge’s name is george alexander louis…

10 bucks says that bernie and hank are using alexander as george knightley’s middle name too…and that he’s going by alex

MWAHAHA who says that the website is “coming soon”

MWAHAHA who says that the website is “coming soon”


ahundredteas:

Gigi Darcy: seeing through your crap since 2012

ahundredteas:

Gigi Darcy: seeing through your crap since 2012

Henry Cavill in Immortals

madblips:

As I watch the Immortals, I come upon this sceneimageAnd my reaction is

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totallylaughed:

Every time I see a picture of the new Superman (Henry Cavill).

totallylaughed:

Every time I see a picture of the new Superman (Henry Cavill).

jamesfrancobeautifulsmile:

MAN OF STEEL: THE SUPER MOVIE
A FEW IMPRESSIONS By James Franco
About comic-book films:
Many things went through my head, both subjective and objective, or rather as a person on the inside of the film business and as an indiscriminate viewer of the film. I too have been in comic-book films—the Spider-Man trilogy directed by Sam Raimi. 
I don’t have a huge emotional attachment to the Spider-Man franchise as a subject, my biggest sentimental ties are to the people I worked with on those films: Sam, Toby, Kirsten,etc. I don’t really feel much distress over its being remade, for many reasons, but what is interesting to me is that it has been remade so quickly—and the reasons why.The answer is, of course, money.

Totally agree on this point with James, they rushed too much to make this new version of Spiderman, I first thought it was because they needed a new Spiderman for Avengers 2, but this is very far from realization I think, I agree with the above, here the only thing that mattered was the money and nothing else. but  I dont blame Andrew (which seems a great actor with great potential) of taking this role, because is definitely important for his career, make him known around the world and also opens him the door for future opportunities

About The film ( Man of Steel)
Was great film. Man of Steel is great because it delivers everything it should. It made Superman cool again. It delivered great action and interesting characters with a plot that was grounded enough to make us care a little.
I guess that sounds a bit like the movie itself. We love these movies because they’re so big, and damn, they’re all that we have. They aren’t going away, so we just have to keep hoping that they are, at the very least, well made. 

Here I dont think I have much to say, since it was my most anticipated film for two years, and not just because I really liked (I’ve seen 3 times), but because every time I see it I realize each detail, every message. I think everyone takes a subjective opinion of the film, whether or not you’re a film critic.

About Henry ( the most important thing for me)
the night I saw the new Superman, I arrived incognito: 1) because it wasn’t my film, and 2) because I don’t think Henry Cavill would have wanted to see me there. Not that we’re enemies. Years ago we worked on a film together called Tristan and Isolde. I played Tristan and he played my backstabbing sidekick. My hunch is that he didn’t like me very much. I don’t know this for certain, but I know that I wouldn’t have liked myself back then because I was a difficult young actor who took himself too seriously.
What Henry took seriously back then was Superman. He wanted to be Superman more than anything in the world. Personally, I’m not sure why. I missed the whole Superman-film phenomenon.
I saw Henry from afar on the red carpet and knew this was the moment his whole life had been building toward. His dream had come true, and I was happy for him. It was the role he would have killed to do, with the right director (Zack Snyder: 300, Watchmen) and the right producer (Chris Nolan: The Dark Knight)—people who would keep the story and the characters focused, grounded by Chris’s regular team of David S. Goyer and Emma Thomas. If anything this was a project that must have made the people who made it very happy.

As a huge fan of James (since 2011) and Henry (since 2009), I  dont deny that was a little sad to me know that they didnt have a good relationship while they worked together in tristan and Isolde, I felt sad because you always want to see your favorite  artists to get along, and to cooperate on their projects, I dont know something like that,  in other hand was very polite from James congratulate Henry for achieve his goal. My conclusion is that maybe they have had a bad first impression,  has happened to me many times in my life, sometimes we have an established  image of someone  but then when we get to know nothing is quite what we imagined. Both are very different and maybe have other projections in life, but they are both great people and great professionals with a lot to prove, I think they should be given a chance. i love both :)

jamesfrancobeautifulsmile:

MAN OF STEEL: THE SUPER MOVIE

A FEW IMPRESSIONS By James Franco

About comic-book films:

Many things went through my head, both subjective and objective, or rather as a person on the inside of the film business and as an indiscriminate viewer of the film. I too have been in comic-book films—the Spider-Man trilogy directed by Sam Raimi. 

I don’t have a huge emotional attachment to the Spider-Man franchise as a subject, my biggest sentimental ties are to the people I worked with on those films: Sam, Toby, Kirsten,etc. I don’t really feel much distress over its being remade, for many reasons, but what is interesting to me is that it has been remade so quickly—and the reasons why.The answer is, of course, money.

Totally agree on this point with James, they rushed too much to make this new version of Spiderman, I first thought it was because they needed a new Spiderman for Avengers 2, but this is very far from realization I think, I agree with the above, here the only thing that mattered was the money and nothing else. but  I dont blame Andrew (which seems a great actor with great potential) of taking this role, because is definitely important for his career, make him known around the world and also opens him the door for future opportunities

About The film ( Man of Steel)

Was great film. Man of Steel is great because it delivers everything it should. It made Superman cool again. It delivered great action and interesting characters with a plot that was grounded enough to make us care a little.

I guess that sounds a bit like the movie itself. We love these movies because they’re so big, and damn, they’re all that we have. They aren’t going away, so we just have to keep hoping that they are, at the very least, well made. 

Here I dont think I have much to say, since it was my most anticipated film for two years, and not just because I really liked (I’ve seen 3 times), but because every time I see it I realize each detail, every message. I think everyone takes a subjective opinion of the film, whether or not you’re a film critic.

About Henry ( the most important thing for me)

the night I saw the new Superman, I arrived incognito: 1) because it wasn’t my film, and 2) because I don’t think Henry Cavill would have wanted to see me there. Not that we’re enemies. Years ago we worked on a film together called Tristan and Isolde. I played Tristan and he played my backstabbing sidekick. My hunch is that he didn’t like me very much. I don’t know this for certain, but I know that I wouldn’t have liked myself back then because I was a difficult young actor who took himself too seriously.

What Henry took seriously back then was Superman. He wanted to be Superman more than anything in the world. Personally, I’m not sure why. I missed the whole Superman-film phenomenon.

I saw Henry from afar on the red carpet and knew this was the moment his whole life had been building toward. His dream had come true, and I was happy for him. It was the role he would have killed to do, with the right director (Zack Snyder: 300, Watchmen) and the right producer (Chris Nolan: The Dark Knight)—people who would keep the story and the characters focused, grounded by Chris’s regular team of David S. Goyer and Emma Thomas. If anything this was a project that must have made the people who made it very happy.

As a huge fan of James (since 2011) and Henry (since 2009), I  dont deny that was a little sad to me know that they didnt have a good relationship while they worked together in tristan and Isolde, I felt sad because you always want to see your favorite  artists to get along, and to cooperate on their projects, I dont know something like that,  in other hand was very polite from James congratulate Henry for achieve his goal. My conclusion is that maybe they have had a bad first impression,  has happened to me many times in my life, sometimes we have an established  image of someone  but then when we get to know nothing is quite what we imagined. Both are very different and maybe have other projections in life, but they are both great people and great professionals with a lot to prove, I think they should be given a chance. i love both :)

exclusivelysocial:

All you bitches wanna hop up on Henry Cavill’s dick now that he’s Superman I’ve been on that shit since Immortals and The Tudors

50-tons-de-henry-cavill:

So sweet! I love him <3