What if your future was the past? || Outlander First Look Trailer

wait, is this jonathan tucker???? from BLACK DONNELLYS???? yohoooo “back to watching hannibal” 


For my American friends, a handy guide to Ireland, Northern Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kindgom. :)


Happy 55th Birthday, Emma Thompson!

b. 15th April 1959

"I’m not fiddling about with myself. We’re in this awful youth-driven thing now where everybody needs to look 30 at 60. The trick is to age honestly and make it look great so that everyone looks forward to it."

I really feal bad for liking LOTR more as movies than books..

I remember reading Lord of the Rings right after I watched The Two Towers when I was younger and I didn´t really like the descriptive style of Tolkien´s writing and in all honesty I have always felt very bad about it. I found elvish langauge very charming (I was 13, okay, Aragorn was my king) and I sort of felt ashamed to say I love Lord of the Rings because aren´t you supposed to like the books more? ALWAYS? 

I admire Tolkien and his fantasy, I admire the way he managed to create such a world that feels so incredibly real! I love his life love story and such and seriously, he is a man I look up at BUT again, his books to me are not the style I like, I prefer story over descriptive style and that is not exactly what he does (if I remember correctly, two pages wasted on telling what does a tree look like). 

However I have found a confession on lotrconfessions blog where someone admitted that they like movies more and I was like YEAH I´M NOT ALONE. in all respect I do so as well 

anyway, for the third time iˇm going to give the books their chance they deserve and read them all in English because Tolkien deserves it and because I can openly say I´m a fan of LOTR (and because I so wanna roleplay it, just be taken into that world

Hats off to Jack Gleeson for his masterful portrayal of “His Grace.” We all know the realm wouldn’t be the same without King Joffrey. x


It`s not easy being rich …………………… by rodneyharrison1966 on Flickr.