It's not okay that the one in the middle turns me on.
I saw only 2 movies this last week. I haven't actually seen Twenty8K from which the above gifs are from, just, you know, gifed it for the ladies, but I did see Welcome to Sarajevo. All I wanted to see was Stephen in unbuttoned shirt (which I did). Unfortunately, I also got to see heartbreaking scenes of soldiers taking infants away from their families...Man, am I glad there was all this shirtlessness going on.
So there is this really long interview from Oxford with Kit Harington and John Bradley which I couldn't watch yet because D&D were there (ew) and I need some sort of liquor to get through this, but apparently this adorable moment happened:
In this week's entry of D&D suck - an actor wrote an letter after the showrunners told him/her they are killing off the character, stating the reasons why he/she thinks it's a bad idea. The showrunners, in front of that audience, in that video which is online now, said it only made them want to kill that character off more. What a dick move to say such a thing.
And people are actually blaming the actor here? This isn't just a
show, but a source of livelihood for these people. What's wrong in
writing a letter trying to defend your character and trying to stay in
the show? And they use it as an anecdote and ridicule it. These people
are the worst.
The premiere in San Francisco was infinitely better than that fiasco in London. Look who was there:
Almost entire freaking cast wast there, even Hodor who is not in this season was there, but was Stephen there?
And why is no one playing with the Stannis doll?!
The answer to the question - who would you bring back? from the London premiere:
LISTEN TO YOUR DAMN CAST!!!!!
Let me tell you about my Wednesday. So I sit there, in my office , refreshing asoiaf.westeros board as one does and then I see these tidbits 1. Gwendoline Christie said Bri's storyline this
season is her favorite by far. 2. a rumor from someone claiming
to have seen screener of episode 2 that Bri says to Sansa that she
looks like her mother to which Sansa replies 'my mother is dead' and
then after Brienne and Pod escape Vale guards they...hear scary noises
in the forest.
So naturally I jump all over it.
Then on imdb this news shows up - in short there is this actress Stella McCusker who looks a lot like Michele Fairley and she appears for the first time in episode 3 which is said to have an ending that will freak book readers out and is credited as 'old woman'.
Also at the same time another post by Hibberd showed up, claiming that he has some answers about "LS being cut" when as usual he had fuck all.
I went on a total Internet rampage, spreading these rumours everywhere to read other people's opinion.
It makes perfect sense in my life if I get Stoneheart but she is not played by Michelle. It's kinda like 'yes, Sati, you get Stannis in the armor and winning the battle....but he will arrive in the next episode'. 'Yes, Sati, you get Stoneheart...but it's not Michelle'. Yes, sure, with make up, you can do it. But the thing is we will know it's not her!
Then there is another info saying that this actress plays someone in Winterfell.
Then there is a part of an old woman who helps Brienne who appears in few episodes which is apparently not the same old woman.
In short - it's a total clusterfuck. It's like trying to figure out that third Matrix movie
The noises in the forest info seems legit, though. There better be the pay off there I've been waiting three fucking years for.
As usual George R.R. Martin is working hard on writing the books. "George R.R. Martin recently caught up on AMC’s The Walking Dead. The Game of Thrones author tells us he binged about 14 episodes in a row". My God. When I was watching Kimmy Schmidt I managed to find time to watch 1,5 episode a day. And it's only 20 minutes for one episode.
I know some of you are fans of Girls and Lena Dunhamso I highly encourage you to see the recent vile thing she did. Come on, you cannot defend this stuff.
Meanwhile, Vin Diesel said some stuff that is really...you have to read it for yourselves.
So Matthew Goode joined Downton Abbey and now Downton Abbey is ending? Oh, for fuck's sake.
Meanwhile I now only watch his scenes in The Good Wife because I cannot
stand Alicia anymore. She is so boring, rigid and joyless. Also Margulies
portrayal of her is more overrated than most of Meryl Streep's work.
I've seen Wild Taleswhich was really fun. The wedding story was my favorite and the actress playing the bride was so fantastic!
I had a hellish week at work this week. My contract expires on Tuesday and they didn't inform me what's next for this whole week. So today I got pissed off and just asked my boss if I still will have a job and it turns out that yes and he totally forgot that he was supposed to tell me what's happening. I work at a freaking courthouse, shouldn't it be a serious place?
Anyways I'm glad, because I cannot be unemployed and Thrones obsessed. Both of those combined would be just...sad.
Michael Keaton will host SNL on April 4th. I'm definitely going to see that one.
Gillian Flynn will write script for that Steve McQueen's movie. Why can't she just focus on Sharp Objects adaptation so we don't have another Dark Places fiasco on our hands?