leonardodicrapio:

leo needs to hire a new life coach rn he is in shambles 

  • running around with super soakers with his ass hanging out
  • swimming in his dirty boxers
  • cheering on irrelevant, c-list hobbits fighting each other

leo needs jesus rn

wannabeanimator:

Walt Disney Animation Studios | 1937 - 2014

After seeing this post, I decided to make this. The “Experimental” era is usually referred to as Post-Renaissance. I imagine the Revival is going to continue through this decade. 2015 and beyond films listed are: (left to right) Zootopia, Giants, and Moana.

If you want to read more about each era and how they got their names, click here.

"[on Ava Gardner] I love her, and God damn me for it."
— Frank Sinatra (via carygrantslover)
philmcandrew:

Page from Crying In Front Of Your Dog And Other Stories

philmcandrew:

Page from Crying In Front Of Your Dog And Other Stories

Michael Fassbender in Studio Q

I just got back from seeing A Million Ways to Die in the West. If Liam Neeson didn’t use a butt stunt or something like that then yep I saw his bare ass *cross his name off the list*

Paul Rudd is my favorite step brother

Favourite People: Steve Buscemi
↳ "When I get cast, I always flip to the end of the script to see if my character gets beaten up or killed."

Cary Grant on the set of “The Bachelor and The Bobby Soxer”, 1947.
bluepeets:

humansofnewyork:

"Most of the time it’s hard to be lonely all the time."

#remember when jeff goldblum and brian stokes mitchell played rachel’s parents on glee?  #this is their actual child 

bluepeets:

humansofnewyork:

"Most of the time it’s hard to be lonely all the time."

#remember when jeff goldblum and brian stokes mitchell played rachel’s parents on glee?  #this is their actual child 

muirin007:

I love the idea of Erik and Christine snuggling. It’s completely loaded with fluff, but I think both of them deserve a respite from all the high melodrama. For the record, this is completely G-rated cuddling.…….Okay, maybe PG because there was definitely some smooching involved. But that is it, kids, no Phantom hanky-panky here. Also, I wanted to try drawing Erik wearing his false nose. Many false noses of the day were attached to glasses or had straps that wrapped around the face in order to attach them to the nasal cavity, which I don’t think would fly with Erik. I imagine he would have sculpted his own false nose and used some sort of putty to blend it with his skin tone and attach it to his face. What, exactly, I’m not sure, but he’s a genius, so I’m sure he came up with something that looked natural enough. That being said, I still wanted the “seam” to be visible because this is 1881, after all, and  although Erik’s a genius, he doesn’t exactly have access to modern facial prosthetics. Originally, I drew him with his mask on, but I thought it would be incredibly uncomfortable for both of them if he attempted to fall asleep wearing it (can you imagine it digging into Christine’s chest? OUCH), so I came up with a little back story that involves him removing the mask but still opting to wear the false nose because he doesn’t want to completely gross Christine out. She, for the record, couldn’t care less, but he sees it as the gentlemanly thing to do. A gentleman, after all, doesn’t wipe his gaping nasal cavity all over his lady’s bosom.……….This went from romantic and fluffy to exceptionally disgusting.Phantom of the Opera belongs to Gaston Leroux.

muirin007:

I love the idea of Erik and Christine snuggling. It’s completely loaded with fluff, but I think both of them deserve a respite from all the high melodrama. 

For the record, this is completely G-rated cuddling.

…….Okay, maybe PG because there was definitely some smooching involved. But that is it, kids, no Phantom hanky-panky here. 

Also, I wanted to try drawing Erik wearing his false nose. Many false noses of the day were attached to glasses or had straps that wrapped around the face in order to attach them to the nasal cavity, which I don’t think would fly with Erik. I imagine he would have sculpted his own false nose and used some sort of putty to blend it with his skin tone and attach it to his face. What, exactly, I’m not sure, but he’s a genius, so I’m sure he came up with something that looked natural enough. That being said, I still wanted the “seam” to be visible because this is 1881, after all, and  although Erik’s a genius, he doesn’t exactly have access to modern facial prosthetics. 

Originally, I drew him with his mask on, but I thought it would be incredibly uncomfortable for both of them if he attempted to fall asleep wearing it (can you imagine it digging into Christine’s chest? OUCH), so I came up with a little back story that involves him removing the mask but still opting to wear the false nose because he doesn’t want to completely gross Christine out. She, for the record, couldn’t care less, but he sees it as the gentlemanly thing to do. A gentleman, after all, doesn’t wipe his gaping nasal cavity all over his lady’s bosom.

……….This went from romantic and fluffy to exceptionally disgusting.

Phantom of the Opera belongs to Gaston Leroux.

leonardodicrapio:

Mads Mikkelsen can’t remember how to tie his tie

ohtentoo:

best friends who slowly fall in love with each other is what otps are made of