okay. so. I’m going to stop using this blog. I’m too coward to delete it because this shit is like 2 years old. but I’ve had enough. nothing personal, I just feel like this account is full of good (and bad) memories that I don’t want to think about. some of you were really nice to me and I really appreciate that.

I don’t know when I’m coming back in a different account, but if you care enough to know what is my new url just…… message me???? I’m definitely going to see it.

also, I’d love to thank you for liking/reblogging my gifs or even following me for that reason (rip julia the gifmaker). you made me believe that I actually can be good at doing something and that means a hell lot. I love you.

I’m sorry if I ever hurt you with my words (which I know I did w/ more than one person). I didn’t really mean it. I’m a piece of shit and I don’t deserve you.

hm…….. that’s it???? tchauzinho 😊💕


Takuma Nakahira, via.


Sweet dreams are made of


Producer Tolmach says that when casting the role, DeHaan wasn’t necessarily the first name that Webb and the producers dreamt up. “We’d seen Dane in a couple of movies, but we just didn’t know the breadth of his work,” says Tolmach. “But something magical happened. He was wholly original and unique and different. He forced us to see the character in a way we didn’t before – an extraordinary way. We were mesmerized. There’s something about his eyes; he has a searing intensity and there’s enormous heart, but there’s also a lot of pain and room for darkness. That’s Harry Osborn.”

“Dane is a fantastic actor. He looks like no one else,” says Arad. “Those eyes are his. He’s vulnerable; he can show you his journey, or awkwardness, or insanity, or whatever the scene calls for. And he’s a perfect match for Marc Webb, who often directs his actors to let go and show him whatever comes to mind – Dane can go haywire and give you scenes that are very different.”

“It was exciting to be cast as Harry, because it’s such a full, dynamic, crazy arc of a character,” DeHaan concludes. “I knew it was something I could really sink my teeth into.”

more positive reviews on dane dehaan in the upcoming amazing spiderman 2 a.k.a. fuel for my undying obsession for this beautiful, talented scene-stealing moth (via sackleradam)
And, uh, Peter uses Google rather than Bing in this one, like an actual human being.
Indiewire, confirming what is no doubt the most important plot point of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (via miss617)


bofransson :

Flower Garden / pansies

Emil Nolde - 1908

@SpiderManMovie alternate ending. #Spiderman#OsbornArmy


The song is about being violently assaulted and it made me crazy for a few years. I got really paranoid walking around at night and started feeling really unsafe. The song is more about empowering myself physically amongst a masculine power, and the hate of feeling powerless, making light of masculine physical power, making it jovial and non-threatening. I took a typically violent cultural situation and made it pop and happy.”


don’t check up on people who have decided you are not in their picture anymore. you don’t need to know how they’re doing. save yourself the trouble, seriously.


other girls: shallow, boring, bad taste in music

me: one for the noot noot

anyway i feel stupid and unnecessary but it’s a good thing there are people out there that can confirm that i’m actually those things ;~)