#grease au where the pink ladies are the ones working on the cars & sandy & rizzo are their leaders #and danny is the transfer student who comes in from Italy and is like #sob #you never told me you were THAT kind of girl #but then comes to his senses when rizzo is injured and sandy must heroically take her place at the drag race #against cha chas villainous gang of chicks (via ninnieamee)
The Beacons of Minas Tirith! The Beacons are lit! Gondor calls for aid.
—There’s a lot more in me now
—Than a lost heaven’s purpose
—And the universe’s star dust.
i don’t understand why there isn’t a black widow movie
why wouldn’t you want to watch two hours of natasha romanoff fucking shit up?
no romance. no sexism. no devaluing her character because she’s a woman.
just two hours of badassness.
i would pay good money for a separate black widow franchise.
but when you hear a line in a movie/tv show dIREctLY frOM tHE bOOk
Neville as eventual headmaster is very important to me though.
Neville, who thanks to his enduring friendship with Luna sees the vital importance of fostering interhouse relationships, downplays the rivalries between the houses without lessening the importance of …
it took more years than i would like to admit for me to realise that eragon is just dragon with an e
it took more years than i would like to admit plus this text post for me to realise
Can I join the shame-circle? I brought nachos….
Imagine all of the other Avengers frantically trying to stop Bruce from downloading flappy bird
This is the most important Peeta moment in this series, and fandom conveniently forgets it so that they can posit that Peeta saves Katniss because he’s been in love with her since he was five years old. I know that these books are really sketchy on the subject of what Peeta is thinking because we are limited by Katniss’ perspective, who is also really unsure about what Peeta is thinking, but let me tell you what I think: Peeta is not in love with Katniss here. Peeta is thinking about what the Capitol does, how they force these children to turn themselves into monsters to survive these games. Peeta is thinking about what his mother said to him: “District Twelve might have a winner this year.” And she wasn’t talking about him. Peeta is thinking that he will not survive these Games. And so he thinks of something, a way to help his childhood crush, the girl with the braid and the beautiful singing voice and the skill with an arrow, out of that arena. He decides to help her get sponsors by spinning a love story out of a fleeting affection. He decides to work with the Careers to protect her from them. Peeta Mellark has already decided he is going to die, but Katniss Everdeen won’t. Peeta Mellark is going to manipulate the Games with lies so he can die as himself. And isn’t that a lot more interesting than sacrificing yourself as an act of love for a girl you’ve never spoken to?