Watching "Blink" again. This is the only Doctor...
tyrotoxism: societyisburning: missing-no: yourfilthymugglemother: DON’T FUCKING BLINK. HOLY SHIT. WHEN I SAW THAT, I THOUGHT IT WAS JUST A JPEG. FUUUUUUUUU. D< BRB, GOING TO THE PAST AND LIVING TO DEATH. This was just on btw, like 2 hours ago um.
ron, you don't have a wife: laksjdhfg09: Q: How... →
laksjdhfg09: Q: How did you get on with the cat playing Crookshanks? [Instant groans from the boys.] Emma Watson: Oh, I love my cat! They are so rude to my cat! Rupert Grint: It’s the ugliest cat. Daniel Radcliffe It looks like it’s been thrown against the wall at birth. Emma Watson:…
this is madness
i have to stop reblogging
Bonnie Wright on Twilight
Cinemania: How do you compare Harry Potter with Twilight?
Bonnie: They’re completely different. The way J.K. Rowling writes is way more superior to that of the author of Twilight, besides the story has more different layers and subplots that address different topics. Harry Potter is also more universal and it reaches people of a wider range of age, which starts from little children. Twilight is more for American teens, especially girls. They’re two different stories, really, but I think that the best thing of both sagas is that they have motivated kids and young people to read. They have opened a whole new universe. I remember before kids didn’t even read a book of more than 10 pages and look at them now.
Cinemania: Which other books do you like?
Bonnie: Well, not the Twilight ones.
ron, you don't have a wife: I AM SOBBING →
tyrotoxism: I’m making a DH graphic and I wanted to add direct quotes from The Forest Again, so I went to my book to see what lines I wanted. Well I ended up re-reading this part: “You’ve been so brave.” He could not speak. His eyes feasted on her, and he thought that he would like to stand and look…
The U.S. print run of book one, Harry Potter and...