ayeyuu:

worldfallsdown:

unicorn-fish:

joshishollywood:

This is fucking hilarious. I always assumed they had the camera strapped to them on a rig omg

I love how James Cameron is clearly having more fun than both of them

lol wat

This will never stop being hilarious.

THIS IS PROBABLY WHY THEY’RE LAUGHING. NOT BECAUSE THEY’RE SPINNING AROUND LIKE FOOLS BUT BECAUSE JAMES CAMERON IS RUNNING AROUND THEM LIKE A FOOL.



Wow. How do you find anything in this mess?



justadistantmelody:

crutchie’s solo  10.17.14

please do not share this outside of tumblr or sell it or do anything stupid or ridiculous. please do not share or show this to anyone in the cast or related to the production. this is just for us because we love the show.



Why do I love theatre so much?

thebroadwayboundgirl24601:

Theatre is beautifulimage

It provides a home for those who feel homeless image

It provides joy for those who feel joyless

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It provides comfort for those who feel comfortless

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It brings people together the way nothing else can

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You can be anything or anyone you want to be

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NEWSIES the musical: from it’s Broadway opening to the North American tour

fightingmadness asked: Your TMR review gave so many Dylan feels. Thank you :)

Haha, I’m so glad! He was EVERYTHING in that movie. Thanks for the like! :D


I was so beyond excited to finally get to see this film and although it did not live up fully to expectations, I was very pleased overall. I can firmly say I walked away satisfied with the latest YA adaptation of another novel I loved before most, The Maze Runner.

I think the main reason that I didn’t end up disliking this film besides it being about a novel that I thoroughly enjoyed and and was so excited to see on-screen done well was Dylan O’Brien. There were few and far between any good actors in this film aside from Dylan and maybe Thomas Sangster, Will Poulter and Blake Cooper too, but really it seemed only Dylan understood the emotional gravitas and intensity of the novel. He held this whole film together as Thomas and it’s incredible to think he’s only been in television prior to this. I think the last time a film debut had been so strong among the teen crowd without past movie experience was probably the Harry Potter trio. O’Brien just embodied Thomas so perfectly and it was because of him that you connected with what was happening. *SPOILER ALERT* When Chuck got shot and died, you didn’t cry because Chuck died but because Thomas wasn’t able to save him and you felt awful. *SPOILER ALERT* He had the audience in the palm of his hand and luckily with a character like Thomas as his role, it worked. Everyone seemed to latch on to O’Brien’s aura, but no one was even close to reaching O’Brien’s strength in the role. And if they didn’t, which a lot did, it was as if you were better off watching grass grow then them try to muddle their way through this film.

In the end, this film was watch-able and enjoyable. If you aren’t a Dylan O’Brien fan and want no part of him, I would definitely skip The Maze Runner because it’s his… completely. I can’t wait until the next film comes out and I need to get on reading more from this series. Oh and seeing Dylan O’Brien in some non-franchise roles in the future because he has some serious potential and I’m DYING to see where he goes from here.


theonyxhotel:

Favorite actresses:

Meryl Streep