Welcome to the dollhouse.

chibstelford:

Breaking Bad (5.03, 5.14) + Sons of Anarchy (7.02)

Happy Heisenberg

shiningartifact:

thethorleitstein:

House Stark

THIS. IS. THE. GREATEST. EVER.

shiningartifact:

thethorleitstein:

House Stark

THIS. IS. THE. GREATEST. EVER.

Game of Thrones: Season 5 – New Cast Members (Comic Con)

fangirling-feels:

I love you Stephen King

fangirling-feels:

I love you Stephen King

mspolythenepam:

That wacky time Juice was on Veronica Mars.

mspolythenepam:

That wacky time Juice was on Veronica Mars.

Queen Elizabeth visiting the set of Game Of Thrones at Titanic Studios in Belfast


Variety: Have you experienced sexism in Hollywood? How have you handled it?
Rossum: I can’t tell you how many producers have made wink-and-nudge overtures at me. I’ve just been, Is this happening right now? Do they think that’s going to work? I may use bad language, but I know who I am, and I know what I’m willing to do to get a part, and it’s not that. I think that’s really hard for people who are here without a support group, without a family.
Maslany: For me it’s about the parts that are out there. I think it’s changing. That’s where I feel the sexism the most. The stories that we tell are male stories and often male-centric and the women are accessories, but it is changing. It’s changing so rapidly.
Rossum: TV is changing that.
Maslany: Absolutely. Like “Orange Is the New Black,” it’s all women. Our voices are getting louder. People are realizing that our stories are just as universal and just as relatable as male stories.
Rossum: And that there is a huge female audience out there that is hungry for female stories, and we are seeing that more and more.

Variety: Have you experienced sexism in Hollywood? How have you handled it?

Rossum: I can’t tell you how many producers have made wink-and-nudge overtures at me. I’ve just been, Is this happening right now? Do they think that’s going to work? I may use bad language, but I know who I am, and I know what I’m willing to do to get a part, and it’s not that. I think that’s really hard for people who are here without a support group, without a family.

Maslany: For me it’s about the parts that are out there. I think it’s changing. That’s where I feel the sexism the most. The stories that we tell are male stories and often male-centric and the women are accessories, but it is changing. It’s changing so rapidly.

Rossum: TV is changing that.

Maslany: Absolutely. Like “Orange Is the New Black,” it’s all women. Our voices are getting louder. People are realizing that our stories are just as universal and just as relatable as male stories.

Rossum: And that there is a huge female audience out there that is hungry for female stories, and we are seeing that more and more.

now the story of a wealthy family who lost everything, and the 
one son who had no choice but to keep them all together

so Ron Perlman retweeted a thing about Dhani Harrison’s cover of For Your Blues for charity

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this is the most random overlapping of my fandoms since Richard Schiff from the West Wing and Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney were bizzarely in an episode of Bones together