"Why 42?"


(under construction...and shall be for a while, owing to the fact that I suffer from terminal procrastination)

Flappy Bird has got nothing on this new monstrosity.

It’s operating on a completely different level of what-the-fuckery.

It’s amazing.

Flappy Bird has got nothing on this new monstrosity.

It’s operating on a completely different level of what-the-fuckery.

It’s amazing.

26 08/14

I just really really really really need Adele and Sam Smith to sing a duet together

universe, pls

25 08/14
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Richard Attenborough (1923 - 2014)

Rest In Peace

Richard Attenborough (1923 - 2014)

Rest In Peace

24 08/14
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19 08/14
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chriskaevil:

DC is being all gritty and “realistic” and Marvel just had a movie where the galaxy is saved by a dance-off and the power of friendship

17 08/14
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"Doctor Who’s Jenna-Louise Coleman quits role as Time Lord’s assistant and will leave at Christmas"
17 08/14
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15 08/14
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That time Yahoo! was actually the best

That time Yahoo! was actually the best

15 08/14
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O Captain! My Captain! Rest In Peace.

O Captain! My Captain! Rest In Peace.

11 08/14
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"Death, death, and death."
- Joss Whedon on his philosophy for Avengers: Age of Ultron [x]
11 08/14
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Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Character Posters [x]
11 08/14
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when i’m down i just look at this

09 08/14
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[x]

[x]

08 08/14
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Disney's 'Into The Woods' (2014)
03 08/14
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People are in hysterics because Studio Ghibli producer, Toshio Suzuki, apparently announced on television that Ghibli was closing down their production department and will no longer be making animated films.
But the ‘announcement’ was in Japanese and may not have been properly translated by the blog who broke the news.
Fortunately for my sanity, Kotaku translated it here:

"Studio Ghibli Is Not Dead Yet"

To summarise: They’re taking a break - which is actually common in Japan for animation studios.

People are in hysterics because Studio Ghibli producer, Toshio Suzuki, apparently announced on television that Ghibli was closing down their production department and will no longer be making animated films.

But the ‘announcement’ was in Japanese and may not have been properly translated by the blog who broke the news.

Fortunately for my sanity, Kotaku translated it here:

"Studio Ghibli Is Not Dead Yet"

To summarise: They’re taking a break - which is actually common in Japan for animation studios.

03 08/14
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