10 Things I hate about you

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Tom getting distracted during interviews.

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Hogwarts isn’t safe anymore.


Hogwarts isn’t safe anymore.

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'If I Stay' Trailer (by MTV)

The book wrecked me (every time I read it), the trailer wrecked me (when Denny is holding baby Teddy? Oh god … just ugly sobbing through to the end), and I’m pretty sure I’m going to be a loud, sobbing, blubbering mess. I’m going to this movie with an entire box of kleenex.

This is one of my very favorite books, and from the looks of the trailer, Hollywood might just get it right. I mean honestly, the casting of Mia’s parents is perfection, and I love that Adam is handsome, but also looks like a normal dude (which he IS). Don’t let me down!

I was bascially sobbing by the end. LOVE the book, can’t wait for the movie!

Sometimes you make choices in life and sometimes choices make you

I only do this because I’m having fun. The day I stop having fun, I’ll just walk away. I wasn’t going to have fun doing a teen movie again…. I don’t want to do this for the rest of my life….I don’t want to spend the rest of my youth doing this in this industry. There’s so much I want to discover.

Happy 35th Birthday Heath Ledger.

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My eyes twitch up, just for a second, to see his face. Tobias, as blank-faced as the rest of them. Was I wrong? Is he not Divergent? Tears spark behind my eyes, and I blink them back as I turn away from him.

People crowd into the car around me, so we stand in four rows, shoulder-to-shoulder. And then something peculiar happens: fingers lace with mine, and a palm presses to my palm. Tobias, holding my hand.

My entire body is alive with energy. I squeeze his hand, and he squeezes back. He is awake. I was right.

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In addition to capturing nostalgia, there are many reasons the show caught on with the younger crowd: It launched a thousand catchphrases (“Legend – wait for it – dary”), pick-up lines (“Haaave you met Ted?”) and teachings for 20-something life (“Nothing good ever happens after 2 a.m.”). Overall though, “HIMYM” offered a much more valuable lesson about the importance of adult friendship, as the intense bonding in post-college years means that those friends essentially become your family. (x)

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so theo james can sing

I’m pretty sure that this is what jesus died for

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Tobias walks toward me, slowly.
What’s going on?
I stare up at him, paralyzed. He smiles down at me. The smile looks kind. Familiar. He presses his mouth to mine, and my lips part. I thought it would be impossible to forget I was in a simulation. I was wrong; he makes everything else disintegrate.

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Following in the footsteps of “The Hobbit” franchise, Warner Bros. is planning “three megamovies” for J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter spinoff, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”

The New York Times reports in its profile on WB CEO Kevin Tsujihara that the hotly anticipated franchise will be a trilogy.

Back when the series was first announced in September, Tsujihara was relatively tight-lipped about the project, only saying “The hope is that we’re going to build a film franchise.” [x]

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