Take the scene last season where Ygritte scales The Wall only to have her axe loosen, cascading ice and causing her to drop until she’s saved from certain death only by a thin rope. “To shoot that I had to be dropped from 45 feet up to a mat at the bottom,” she explains. “I was having so much fun, I was going, ‘Wheeee!,’ every time I was dropped so we had to do it several takes just because the director wasn’t getting the shot that he wanted”.
The thing that made Lilo a “freak” was her passion. Lilo was passionate about everything she ever did. She was passionate about Elvis, about feeding the ocean fish sandwiches, about making friends, about taming Stitch, and about Hula. Look at her smile. She is the only one who seems to be truly enjoying what she’s doing. It adds life. Passion is life. It’s vitality. It’s amazing. Be a Lilo.
I needed to test out my warm/cool grey markers to see if they still had enough ink in them to drag to a con this weekend and couldn’t decide between drawing cute hipster boys in sweaters or more Bucky so I just drew both. I wish I had the sewing skills to make myself a jacket like that.
in which the actor who plays one of television’s least likeable characters is actually super considerate and cool
How can he be such a despicable cunt, then…
that’s some damn good acting
Jack Gleeson is apparently an angel. Damn good actor. Especially considering Sunday night.