Top loves at the moment: Community, Childish Gambino, Unicorns, Doctor Who, Sherlock, Merlin, Supernatural, West Wing, True Blood, Amelie, caffeine, the Whedonverse, Batman, Young Justice, Persona, Comics (Saga, Morning Glories, Gotham Sirens, Phonogram, Fatale, etc), Batgirl, The Avengers, Board Games, Video Games, Geekdom. - I could go on, but you'll see.
Five by five.
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Here's who I'm crushing on.
Valentine’s Day love from Ben Wyatt.
Logan as a knight in shining armour? No way.
But I cheered when this happened.
It’s different because I’m brown, man — I’m Indian.
Skylar was like, “Dude, you’re gonna be a star after this.” And I was like, “I don’t think you understand.” It wasn’t my choice that the last movie I did was Rocket Science, and that was seven years ago, bro. It takes time…
THIS. I want to see more actors and actresses saying “NO”. I won’t play that stereotypical role. I won’t be here to amuse you just because I am Asian/Aboriginal/Fat/Gay/etc. I will take a role that isn’t just slapstick and making fun of me for what makes me unique. I will take a role because it is GOOD ROLE.
Peter Dinklage is a hero in this regard. He tries to avoid roles that cast him just to be a person of his height. He takes roles in Penelope, 30 Rock, and Game of Thrones (and etc) that his height is obviously a part of, but not the be-all-and-end-all of his character. And he is badass for it.
This is why I get upset when I see “talented Korean actor” or Melissa McCarthy/Rebel Wilson being cast as the “fat chick” or “comic relief”. You are more than what they see. Act it.
This sort of breaks my heart.
No! Not Eggs! Run Rory!
I can’t wait to see her do great things.
"I am a pretty, pretty princess Dalek."
Just finished watching season five of Supernatural.
Why do I do this to myself?