I’ll always be there for you.
Because that’s what friends are for.
We know his beginning. We know the middles we choose for him. But chances are he’ll never have the one thing that fandom desperately wants for him: an end. A regeneration scene, McGann’s features blurring into those of Christopher Eccleston. There was a time, I think, when that made me sad. Now I wonder if that’s not the best thing about Doctor Eight – the one “past Doctor” who can go on and on without ever losing his mystique, for whom cliffhangers will always dangle in the present tense.
So let’s never see that regeneration, be it in a Time War or due to a nasty paper cut. Let’s have him journey on and on, into a never quite certain future. An eternal champion; the undying Doctor.
phoenixcee asked you:
Hey there :) Thought I’d let you know that I watched Wicked and Rent live on broadway with my friend yesterday (tried Chess, got distracted) He absolutely adored Wicked as he loves it but had never seen it til now! We also loved Rent, but had some critique (positive and negative, mostly on the actors) as we were so used to the movie version. I was wondering how you think the final performance cast compares to the movie cast?
Have a cut, under which I talk at insane lengths about my opinions of the Rent cast in the movie and final performance as well as bringing up many other actors I love in the roles and anecdotes and random stuff.
Because when you’ve been a fan for nearly a decade, you do collect some opinions.
Aaaahhhh. So many feels.
This is completely lovely. <3
Was watching BBC Entertainment, as I do, and they showed QI 1x1 and then 2x1. Yes, they showed two season openers in a row. Idk. They show so much QI on BBCE that I think they just like to play merry hell with the order of it.
Third Star is… pretty much my new favorite movie? Part of me wants to cop out by keysmashing, because my heart is so full of emotions right now. I didn’t cry, but I curled in on myself and teared up during the ending. I want to say so much about this movie.
It made me experience so many different…
SM: Andrew Scott became a star - which he absolutely deserves to be - on the basis of being in the last three or four minutes of Sherlock. His screen-time was tiny but it’s a measure of that man’s extraordinary talent that he’s become such a big deal so quickly. He’s a genius.
MG: What Andrew does astonishingly in this series is the suggestion of bone-deep weariness with existence. There’s a sort of black— those black eyes— which you can’t quite fathom. It’s really quite chilling. It’s almost like there’s something else inside him looking out.
Matt Smith (via pdaervo)