fallontonight:

There was probably a better way to phrase that, Daniel Radcliffe. 

Jimmy said it first, but Daniel said it best.

(via lou-ann)

kmarlowe:

I DONT EVEN WATCH HANNIBAL BUT THIS FREDERICK CHILTON GUY KEEPS POPPING UP ON MY DASH AND ALL I CAN SEE IS THIS WEIRD HYBRID OF BJ NOVAK AND RICHARD ARMITAGE

I MEAN

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Richard Armitage, yes. BJ Novak, no. 

(via orthebeer)

beyondareasonablestout:

shelbysbutt:

gabydunn:

#kingbaby

omg

does tumblr realize that this baby is not actually the king of england yet

DON’T YOU DARE DISRESPECT THE KING.

(Source: obsessedwiththeroyals, via lacesloose)

celestedoodles:

A while back I had a request for Jem (of Jem and the Holograms) as an older woman. She goes on to pen a Broadway musical, Starlight Girls, about women in rock music dealing with the industry. It’s a hit and people are dazzled by the holographic lighting and set elements. The show does very well at the Tony Awards 

celestedoodles:

A while back I had a request for Jem (of Jem and the Holograms) as an older woman. She goes on to pen a Broadway musical, Starlight Girls, about women in rock music dealing with the industry. It’s a hit and people are dazzled by the holographic lighting and set elements. The show does very well at the Tony Awards 

(via amyspalding)

musicbabes:

Cher & Michael Jackson, 1974.

musicbabes:

Cher & Michael Jackson, 1974.

(via joespub)

Kind of Peter Gabriel-y.

(Source: Spotify)

I can make up a smile
Fool the crowd for a while
But the tears they’ve left a stain
I would stay if I could
Try to make it look good
But it’s hard to be pretty in pain

(Source: Spotify)

meangirlgifs:

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By all means move at a glacial pace, you know how that thrills me.

I say this so often that there was a period when I forgot what I was quoting.

(Source: expectopatrognads)

Jon Hamm has experienced a lot of emotions in his life and he can answer any emotional questions you may have.” - Sesame Street

zooeyglasses:

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they’re doing uncle vanya which she adapted at my regional theatre this summer

i saw it at the soho rep and i don’t know if you have ever been to that theatre but it’s tiny and they built the set to essentially just be vanya’s living room, with the audience sitting on carpeted risers against each wall. between her writing, that staging and merritt weaver/michael shannon/the rest of the amazing cast’s performances it was honestly a transcendent event. hi my huge annie baker heart-eyes are showing and this is all to say you have to have to have to go see it.

Annie Baker’s Uncle Vanya was the first time I’ve ever really gotten Chekhov. It felt more like we were just hanging out with people than seeing a play and it was one of the most utterly thrilling things I have ever seen onstage and I’ve seen A LOT. You think nothing new can be done and then you see something like that. Completely naturalistic direction (Sam Gold!!) and performances.

NIGHTNIGHT by DEDDY