STARTED FROM THE BOTTOM
NOW WE’RE HERE
Do you think directors get sad when they realize they will never make a more perfect action sequence than the castle siege set to “I Need A Hero” from Shrek 2?
Disney Villains Week: Day 2 (Favorite Villain Song)
↳ Poor Unfortunate Souls - Ursula (The Little Mermaid)
Poor unfortunate souls. In pain, in need. This one longing to be thinner; that one wants to get the girl, and do I help them? Yes, indeed. Those poor unfortunate souls. So sad, so true. They come flocking to my cauldron crying, “Spells, Ursula, please!” and I help them! Yes I do.
so GameInformer did an interview with Tai Yasue (co-director of KH3) and about the fan reaction to KH3, he said:
THAT’S SO CUTE TO ME OMG
like I like watching those silly/crazy reaction videos on YouTube but THE DEV TEAM IN JAPAN WATCHES THEM TOO AND GETS HYPE OVER OUR HYPE??? <3 ahhhh that makes me rly happy for some reason
*99% of black people all agree that something is offensive*
1 black person comes out with their cooning self and says ‘actually you know what I’m black and I don’t find this offensive tbh’
White people: OMG FINALLY SOMEONE SAID IT. YESSSS. SEE YOU GUYS ARE OVERREACTING. WE ALL BLEED RED WE ALL SUFFER EQUALLY. WE ALL BURN IN THE SUN!!!!!!!!
[Image: fanart of Link and Zelda from The Legend of Zelda. The two are wearing medieval-inspired clothing, Link with a ponytail and brown cloak and Zelda wearing a white headcovering and a long blue cloak over a white dress. The two are standing closely together with serious expressions, Zelda holding up one hand and speaking solemnly.]
Such polite barks
he gets up all excited the last time like YEAH I’M GONNA SPEAK YEAH WATCH THIS
The Washington Post’s graphic comparing casualties in the Gaza war.
My balls are pretty big. There’s a confidence that my sisters and I were raised with. After my dad died, my mom moved us from Queens back to the Dominican Republic. A very macho sort of place. But my mom raised us to know that we are equal to anyone. Whenever we went out, if we were meeting other people, my mom would always say, “I hope you like them.” Not “I hope they like you.” We were the most important.
Zoe Saldana for The Hollywood Reporter (August 2014)