I saw the AP livestream of GoT London premiere and it was just horrible. My God, not only did we not get a new trailer and Stephen was not there but the whole thing was shot so poorly and we were basically treated to 90 minutes of the reporter chasing the actors trying to get them to say something
Harington looked so mellow I feared he was going to fall asleep standing up. We found out absolutely nothing and Selyse was there, Shireen was there, Davos was there, Stannis' entire goddamn family was there. Stephen, for the Love of God. are you kidding me?! Can you maybe just once emerge from your cave/forest hut/secluded lighthouse/the other dimension where beauty such as you lives and just give us a bit of joy at staring at you?
You know what love is? Love is when you watch a crappy coverage of Game of Thrones premiere
for 2h on Wednesday evening even if you know Stephen won't be there.
OK so we got a detailed summary of premiere episode from those who
have seen it and guess what? The prophecy scene with Cersei does not
mention the last part of it. It doesn't even mention valonqar! But the
funniest part is that the prophecy implies that
Cersei and Robert won't have kids of their own and YET back in season 1
we had Cersei talk about black-haired boy she had with Robert.
you know what it means, right?
D&D forgot. They just forgot it was there.
I'm 99% sure they also forgot Balon is still alive. I bet in season 7 he is the only king left and takes the throne by default.
Wait, that's not all!
Loras has a birthmark in the shape of Dorne and he is explaining geography to some dude in a gay sex scene in 5x01.
....from the minds that brought you such hits as burping whore, who is Tysha?, who is Arianne? what is this Riverlands you speak of? and we do not have the time for Lady Stoneheart.
And who can forget such classic as firecracker throwing magical children?
In the premiere Melisandre asks Jon if he is a virgin. Imagine Harington's face.
Sweet Lord, they will hear my laughter in space.
I finally saw Mommy. It was really great but I don't think I'll review it - it's Thrones season so I'm kinda preoccupied with that, also it would be really hard to gather all my thoughts about that one and I'm really exhausted lately. It's a really excellent movie, though.
I also saw Focus. The only good thing I can say about it - Margot, you are gorgeous and you deserve so much better.
My apologizes for not posting anything new for the entire week. I wish I could say I was doing something...well other than what I was actually doing which was....
...this week I made attempts to try and learn how to do some new
hair styles. Let me ask you just one thing - how do people braid their
hair?! I can barely braid a regular one, but a French one? on the back
of my head? How does one do that? It's too hard. I get to braid my hair
maybe 10 times since it's not that long and I already lose my way
after the third one. I just wanted to have Catelyn's hair :/
And finally it worked. Only took....several hours...over few days:
Here's the full effect with my new dress. RAWR!
(yes I know I've gotta tidy my room at some point)
I was supposed to see It Follows but the only showing is at 3 pm - when
I'm at work - and 9.30 pm - when I'm at home and I have no energy to go
across the city to the movie theater. This sucks.
Next week I'm going with my mom to see that new Cinderella movie. All I had to do was show her the picture of Madden and say "look, this guy is in it".
Meanwhile, the saga of Madden being adorable continues.
more than 250 million worldwide. I hope it means they will do a sequel.
Unbelievable that I'm actually rooting for Matthew Vaughn to make more
movies. That's how great Kingsman is.
I am dying to see Spy. The reviews from SXSW festival are fantastic. I love Melissa McCarthy and I adored both Bridesmaids and The Heat. But the biggest draw for me is Jason Statham finally in a comedy again. He starred in my favorite - Snatch - and the word is he steals the show in Spy. I see everything for this guy and apparently for the first time in a long time, he is actually in a movie that is worth seeing!
I finished Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Titus needs that Emmy. I laughed so hard when this happened:
Ruth chooses 5 movies set in Ireland in celebration of St. Patrick's Day