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.
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.
Blake Lively | by Mario Testino for Vogue US, August 2014
GOD HAS LEFT THE BUILDING.
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)