Favorite films » Snowpiercer (2013), Joon-ho Bong
"Know your place. Accept your place. Be a shoe."
"Dammit Steve, hold still"
A Code Name Verity inspired photoshoot by Margot Wood (x)
Maisie Williams and GRRM, outside his theater.
Josh Nizzi concept from The Art of Captain America: The Winter Soldier
"We wanted to make the Falcon one of the coolest, coolest, coolest characters we’ve ever had," says Victoria Alonso, Executive Producer and EVP of VFX and Post-Production. "You believe that he can fly—but he doesn’t feel like a butterfly, he doesn’t feel like a bird, he doesn’t feel like a crow. We went through a ton of R&D to get to a place where the wings are balanced in strength and where you believe that this particular human can fly, which is the hardest thing to actually put on the screen."
More artbook stuff here.
Happy Birthday, snarkenstone!
↳ The Fall from a distance
Some people, no matter where they look, they see themselves. | Inspired by [x]
Hero or villain? by Luis Quiles
Robert Baratheon’s Inbox
"I dont think i’ll ever take a better photo than this in my entire life. I have the love of my life swimming under and wave and one of my best friends on a wave"
[south asian werewolves] tell yourself that shapeshifters only exist in the epics, that all you’re hearing is the wind, that the wild dogs are silent of their own volition — not because a bigger predator is about, no. some claim that there are entire villages of wolf packs, lurking out of sight. others swear that the man-beasts hide solitary and silent among the city crowds, counting the days until the moon turns and their claws emerge. their bloodlust dates back to the satya yuga, when their earliest predecessors were born of brahma’s breath and banished to earth by vishnu. they may be limited to these two forms, watered down with mortal blood over the centuries, but what more destructive combination of beasts could there possibly be than human and wolf?