"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)







I loved him in this film. So underrated.

He wasn’t underrated, though. The movie just flopped.

That’s what I will never get. Not even the fandom went to watch the film. Sad.

The problem was it’s not a very interesting subject to most people. I went to see it not knowing more than the bare basics of what happened with wiki leaks and absolutely loved it. The scene in the gifs did odd things to me, I ended up half stuck under my seat in the cinema.

I think the problem with this film was not that it’s bad. It’s not nearly as bad as some critics tried to make it look. The problem was a) that they made boring, mundane Donscheidt-Berg the main character, b) that they did ZERO marketing, and c) that only people interested in WikiLeaks watched it, and it was no film for people who already knew the story. So there was ZERO buzz.
They made so many mistakes it’s almost funny.

да вы все дураки, не вникающие в суть чего-либо мало-мальски сложного -__-


загар, а вокруг глаз белые пятна

молодец ну :D



I look at these dogs, I see the best part of Will.

I feel like ‘Thor: The Dark World” is a chance as an actor to find new depth, new dimension, new iterations of Loki’s psychology, of his physicality and his capacity for feeling. On one level he is an off- the-rails psychopathic agent of chaos, but on a human level, his psychology and his emotional landscape is very, very interesting because he’s so intelligent and yet so broken. This film is a chance to find where his capacity for heroism and his Machiavellian menace meet.” — Tom Hiddleston

A  s m i l e  is the prettiest thing you can wear.

Tom Hiddleston at the 2012 Jameson Empire Awards [x]

'I noticed  there was a butterfly during that seance
that was around for those two days [we filmed the scene] and
then it followed me around for the whole shoot, for all eight episodes. It was like my little guardian angel. It was very weird.
Everyone was laughing. It was like a 
Penny Dreadful
 butterfly. A spirit'. Eva Green.


42 year old teenager Richard Armitage on receiving Orcrist at the end of filming The Hobbit

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