#oh hey remember when a fun movie#was also a great feminist film#and had a moment devoted to the intersection between racism and feminism#as much shit as these girls had to put up with#there are some women who have even bigger mountains to scale#all wrapped up in a moment without any dialogue
So many people are like “Capaldi is a Doctor Who fan, he’ll tell Moffat what’s what”
Are you kidding me? Those two nerds are just going to be geeking out at each other the entire time. They are both super knowledgeable about the show.
I’ve been reading posts on tumblr about how there’s rumours of “tension” and how they’re yelling at each other on set.
Actors respect their writers. Just like writers respect their actors.
Matt stood his ground on many occasions where Moffat had different choices in mind, they would stop the roll and talk, and many times Matt’s acting choices were respected because it was his interpretation of the character. Moffat never tried to control it then, why would he do so with a much more seasoned actor who has incredible breath and understanding?
So don’t come into my house and tell me that Capaldi is going to teach Moffat what’s what. They’re both colleagues who respect each other’s work and respect the precedents that have been set by the history of the show.
If they’re fighting over anything, it’s which move comes next in their secret Scottish handshake. “IT’S THE PINKY BUMP STEVEN I SHOULD BE LEARNING LINES RIGHT NOW” “NO PETER THIS IS MORE IMPORTANT WHAT ABOUT THE PEACE SIGN NEXT”
beautiful music videos | (11/?) all about that bass by meghan trainor
"Yeah it’s pretty clear, I ain’t no size 2! But I can shake it, shake it, like I’m supposed to do! ‘Cause I got that boom boom that all the boys chase… All the right junk in all the right places! I see the magazines working that Photoshop, we know that shit ain’t real, come on now, make it stop! If you got beauty just raise ‘em up, cause […]"
Life in general is pretty minimizing because you have a lot of big ideas and you have to battle the mistaken delusions and instability that come with youth. And then watching that just wither away as you become more of a realist is a harrowing experience for any human being. I just think you gotta have a good fucking attitude.
Peter in yet another Times article (this one from November 2010), on his reaction to Miramax deciding not to produce his script for Moon Man. (via hootsmcb)
Peter Capaldi - redefining adorability(via kitt66)