You better start believing in ghost stories Miss Turner, you’re in one.

Have you come to witness the end of your universe?

And I come back to you now… at the turn of the tide.

khan + nose crinkle

nataliedurmer:

"This is going to sound so hokey, but I feel like any problem in the world in my opinion, is probably rooted in a lack of compassion. You can disagree; we don’t have to think the same, but just a sense of compassion for other people. It’s the gas, the fuel behind conflict resolve, and a lot of times when I see it, my personal opinion in politics, foreign affairs, is just this general lack of compassion for other people’s struggles, other people’s opinions. So, if I could somehow infuse that, that would be the power." - Chris Evans on a superpower and how he would use it

It’s like a mirage, from the distance you look like a painter but up close there’s just not much there. Big Eyes (2014) - Tim Burton

Don’t ever feel bad for making a decision that upsets other people. You are not responsible for their happiness. You are responsible for your happiness.
— Isaiah Henkel (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

"I pinch myself all the time. This is great, great fun. I love the first two films [Madagascar], and knowing that my godchildren are going to see this and, hopefully, laugh at it is… really good." // (x)

Here’s where you’re wrong. She was already perfect.

unmarvel:

#throwbackThorsday 

this gives me life

unmarvel:

#throwbackThorsday 

this gives me life

Anthony: It’s a particularly unpleasant scene, that. I did not enjoy that.


REBECCA HALL: “Benedict was one of those boys that you met and you could already see what he was going to be like when he was middle-aged. He is a one-off, and it is the fate of people who are unique for others not to notice their talent straight off the bat. It’s easy for people to say, ‘Wow, you are the next Johnny Depp.’ Benedict was never going to be the next anybody. He was always going to be just who he is.” ✿

REBECCA HALL: “Benedict was one of those boys that you met and you could already see what he was going to be like when he was middle-aged. He is a one-off, and it is the fate of people who are unique for others not to notice their talent straight off the bat. It’s easy for people to say, ‘Wow, you are the next Johnny Depp.’ Benedict was never going to be the next anybody. He was always going to be just who he is.”