Wildly fanciful, highly unrealistic

Observe actor Dylan O’Brien’s horror-struck expression as director Wes Ball talks about the one time a crew member got bit by a baby rattlesnake while working on the set of “The Maze Runner.” (That’s writer James Dashner giving Dylan a comforting pat after Wes finishes the story.) [x]

Chris Colfer & Lea Michele - I'm The Greatest Star
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nightbirdanderson:

I was listening to Lea’s version of I’m The Greatest Star, only then to go and listen to Chris’ version of the song. I like them both, but then got curious as to what they would sound like together.

Without wasting any time I downloaded a sound editor and mixed these two recordings together to the best of my ability. And yeah, here you go.


Dick Van Dyke and Julie Andrews in Mary Poppins, 1964.

Dick Van Dyke and Julie Andrews in Mary Poppins, 1964.

If he asked, I’d be his.

That’s not a dream. A dream is something that fills up the emptiness inside. The one thing that you know, if it came true, all the hurt would go away. You singing ‘Don’t Cry For Me Argentina’ in front of a sold-out crowd is not a fantasy. It’s an inevitability.

Deep in space, there are giant interstellar clouds. Most of them just float through the universe, content to be balls of gas and space dust, but there are special ones. Maybe they collide with a supernova or are just made up of something extra amazing. But one day, they just get too big for the nebulas they’re in, and with the sheer gravitational force of their awesomeness, they become a star! I am that amazing cloud. My whole life has led to this moment.

punkphantom:


malformalady:

A man after a successful heart transplant, holding his old, diseased heart

metal as fuck

punkphantom:

malformalady:

A man after a successful heart transplant, holding his old, diseased heart

metal as fuck