a little girl who grows up thinking all doors are automatic but actually she’s haunted by a really polite ghost


Shirley Jackson, We have always lived in the castle

In the comics Havok is not always portrayed as a hero and his allegiances are often ambiguous. However, he was on Xavier’s team at the end of First Class, so what side is he on in this film? [Days of Future Past]

Till: Ambiguity is his thing. The ambiguity comes from a place of being a liability. He can’t control his power. He famously can’t control his power for a lot of his arc. That’s the reason he is never on the good side, because he doesn’t want to hurt anyone, but he’s never really been a bad guy. Or he has been but it was sort of Machiavellian, it was a ploy to get on the bad side and undermine them. I think Havok always has a good heart. But he’s definitely not playing for any team necessarily in this one. 

"The idea is to write it so that people hear it and it slides through the brain and goes straight to the heart."

— Maya Angelou (via writingbox)

I know people think that acting is not quite the occupation of grown-ups, but it is actually the ultimate learning process: You get a multitude of experiences, all for the price of one life.

"I loved you to the point of ruin. I loved you until my lungs were filled with ash."

— Tina Tran, Until I started choking on our memories (via lucreza)

ANGEL (1999-2004)


Blake Lively | by Mario Testino for Vogue US, August 2014

"When I was young, I expected from people more than they could give: neverending friendship and constant excitement.

Now I expect less than they can actually can give: to stay close silently. And their feelings, friendship, noble deeds always seem like a miracle to me: a true grace."

— Albert Camus, Notebooks 1935-1942 (via unreasonablyme)



inspired by Holy Bible


yeah a boyfriend sounds nice but a supreme enemy you can make out with sometimes in secret sounds a lot more hardcore

Theo rows toward the light. Passing through a metal grate that has been cut away. The launch emerges into a fog, distant sounds of the riot filtering through.

Children of Men (2006)
Alfonso Cuaron
"I have done bad things. I can’t take them back, and they are part of who I am. Most of the time, they seem like the only thing I am."

— Veronica Roth, Insurgent (via insanity-and-vanity)