Karen Gillan-Guardians of the galaxy behind the scenes


scottaukerman:

earwolf:

Please enjoy the first trailer to Kulap Vilaysack’s “Origin Story” documentary.

Please watch this trailer of a film directed by and starring my former girlfriend whom I married.


wicdiv:

Jamie did a variant for Beachball comics for issue 3. 
(You can order it and all their variants online too, FYI.)

I have the first two issues of this and it’s SOOOO GOOOOOD

wicdiv:

Jamie did a variant for Beachball comics for issue 3. 

(You can order it and all their variants online too, FYI.)

I have the first two issues of this and it’s SOOOO GOOOOOD


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rachellastname:

this is incredible

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The relationships I’ve had where the person likes The Smiths have always gone better than ones that don’t.
Jen Kirkman ( jenkirkman
I Seem Fun: Small World, Isn’t It? 
All Things Comedy (via podquotes)

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thedissolve:


“In Godzilla, almost all human action is futile and/or fatal, and the small victories belong almost exclusively to supporting characters (a young boy reuniting with his parents, a scientist finally getting a good look at the majesty of the monster she’s studied all her life). Godzilla is both humanity’s reckoning and its salvation, a response to our unchecked parasitic relationship with the planet and a reminder of our ultimately supporting role as stewards rather than beneficiaries. Steven Spielberg exerts an undeniable influence on the way the film moves, but Hayao Miyazaki’s work best anticipates where it goes. If Jurassic Park is about the perils of playing God, Godzilla responds that just being ourselves is bad enough.”

Some critics have dinged Godzilla for losing track of its human characters, but David Ehrlich posits that that’s simply a function of the film’s status as a “post-human blockbuster.” [Read more…]

thedissolve:

“In Godzilla, almost all human action is futile and/or fatal, and the small victories belong almost exclusively to supporting characters (a young boy reuniting with his parents, a scientist finally getting a good look at the majesty of the monster she’s studied all her life). Godzilla is both humanity’s reckoning and its salvation, a response to our unchecked parasitic relationship with the planet and a reminder of our ultimately supporting role as stewards rather than beneficiaries. Steven Spielberg exerts an undeniable influence on the way the film moves, but Hayao Miyazaki’s work best anticipates where it goes. If Jurassic Park is about the perils of playing God, Godzilla responds that just being ourselves is bad enough.”

Some critics have dinged Godzilla for losing track of its human characters, but David Ehrlich posits that that’s simply a function of the film’s status as a “post-human blockbuster.” [Read more…]