johnlockshipsdestiel:

officialprincewilliam:

officialprincewilliam:

can a dinosaur even get more fuckin rad?

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you bet jurassican

i am so impressed by that dinosaur and that pun congratulations

noordinaryelf:

This maybe the best thing ever

Now look at you. I’m so proud of you." Requested by drakonlord.

Aww, you know he turned away to hide his smile

James, deer boy, may you never have to go stag again. —Sirius Black’s best man speech, probably. (via simplypotterheads)

mamalaz:

Arthur wants more variety in the bedroom

hogwartsisbiggerontheinside:

merlinsbearditsthedoctor:

airtrafficcontroller:

nudityandnerdery:

burntlikethesun:

JKR has released new Lockhart info AND IT’S ALL I’VE EVER WANTED TBH I’VE BEEN WAITING LIKE 2 YEARS FOR THIS DAY

Albus “I’ll give kids a year of substandard education for a vital class to get someone back for angering two of my friends” Dumbledore.

Dumbledore makes the best decisions. 

yo but the fact that dumbledore is a master manipulator was right there in front of us and im so angry it took me like 7 books to figure it out

Dumbledore is a passive aggressive king of manipulation like damn

hypable:

There are many reasons why the film companion to Lois Lowry’s The Giver has taken several years to get off of the ground. First of all, much like Watchmen, Ender’s Game, and The Godfather, Lowry’s dystopian future novel has gained a reputation of being distinctly “unfilmable.”

Fans of the book can understand this trepidation, as the pages of the book do a great job of keeping the secrets that eventually work their way into the film’s main conflict.

However, Hollywood loves a challenge, and when actor Jeff Bridges approached Lowry about converting the book into a film, it didn’t require a Walt Disney/P.L. Travers/Mary Poppins-esque courtship process.

“I have always, even before he was the mega star that he is now, been a fan of Jeff Bridges,” said Lowry in our exclusive interview with her.

“I’m sure it’s not a surprise that he’s a very nice man, a genuinely nice man, so I wasn’t really worried about it. I was impressed by the fact that he loved the book and wanted to make the movie.”

Read the full interview at Hypable.com

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