Also the same person:
Also the same person:
in which joss whedon forgets which show he’s writing
erm joss…WHAT THE FUCK
Reblogging because I’m sure the comic readers out there could add some more.
i can’t hear you
over the sound
of me crushing my enemies
so here you go
this is the best post on tumblr, hands down
Their reactions made my life complete.
Tell the bookie put a bet on “not a damn thing will go wrong”
Barenaked Ladies - Odds are [ ►]
this yeti is me
I’D WATCH IT
BUT THIS IS LITERALLY PERFECT
"And then we see Summer Glau, whose another very important part of this equation. Now Young Summer, I have to talk about a bit. Summer was a ballerina who had no acting experience, came in and auditioned with a four page monologue and then proceeded to give it to us in a Russian accent and an English accent. It was kind of spectacular. Now this was the audition scene. I basically handed this non-actress four pages of monologue, told her you have to do this entire thing without ever looking at David until it’s time to. And she had to do it over and over again and she had never done anything like this before. She had done some commercials or something but um. The weight she gives this role and this speech is extraordinary. And Jeph Loeb said ‘You should audition her for Firefly. You should read her for River.’ And I’m eternally grateful for that. When she was wrapped the crew and what was left all stood up and applauded, and she was a little stunned by it I think. To see someone who has no experience and was very excited about coming in and do this, and doing it so well that everyone had to come around and pay tribute. When you find somebody at the beginning of their career like this, and they’re already really talented so you don’t have to do a lot of work, it makes you feel great.”
Simply looking to forward to X-mas so I can buy geeky and fandom presents for all my mates. You know who you are ;]
Two-Tone Tulle Cocktail Dresses
Ignis Glace: Letter from the Editor
Are we there yet? Every year, I await fall breathlessly, even impatiently. It’s a season of bounty, filled with brisk mornings that beg for a robust spirit and the maternal embrace of a warm, wool sweater. (I can’t wait to slip into my Isabel Benenato leather leggings!) Our cover girl Katniss Everdeen—the huntress with a heart of gold—personifies autumn. Her surprising strength and innate nobility has always transfixed us in the Capitol. (We also feel a surge of respect for the brave and hard toiling citizens of coal mining District 12.) And now, with the Quarter Quell nearing, we see a new side of the girl on fire: an icy determination that makes her even more of an icon to all of us.
This fall issue brings you an intimate profile of Katniss, along with an introduction to the designer—Maria Dora—who created her fantastic cowl. You’ll meet our new party reporter Kaysa Minox, a fixture on the society circuit, and learn about the new Capitol Couture art contest. Are you the next Salvador Dali? Oh and I have to call out our brilliant design team for using the most advanced technology (Web GL) to create our dynamic, animated 3D cover.
In the coming weeks, Capitol Couture will be highlighting the most exclusive happenings in the city—from the bevy of pre-Games parties to victor publicity tours. Expect an all access tour of President Snow’s glorious Georgian mansion and a first look at the couture on the red carpets. Of course, we’ll also bring you up-to-the-nanosecond coverage of what’s fresh in fashion, beauty, design and culture. Be relevant. Be chic. Be Capitol.
Monica Corcoran Harel