"You know what they’re looking for, right? It’s called frontotemporal dementia. Areas of your brain start to shrink. It’s what my mother had. It’s the only form of dementia that can hit teenagers. And there’s no cure."
Script: Cohle calmly takes the pulse in his neck, as if idly curious about his heart rate.
Matthew McConaughey explains: He’s coming off of years being Crash. He’s trying to walk the line. Monk-like. Trying to hold it together. And that’s a lot easier with less interaction with others. There’s a mechanical side to him.
I just don’t want Jack Gleeson to leave! He’s my favorite person, one of my favorite people in the whole cast. I can’t even believe he’s leaving. It upsets me too much. Maybe I’ll never see him again! No, I will see him again, of course. Jack Attack. I’ll see him. I’ll invite him to a concert. How can he refuse? His onscreen girlfriend? He has to! [Laughs.] -Sophie Turner [x]
I will return. Find you, love you, marry you and live without shame
He’s gone. Our king is gone.
ian&mickey + being together [s4]
Oona Chaplin photographed by Polly Rothwell (2014)
Give me five minutes… working with an eighth grader.
- I’ll tell them to apologize.
- In this way, you will teach them that always there is an escape way named apology!
Le passé (2013)
Written and directed by Asghar Farhadi
“[AJ Buckley, who plays Danny Crowe] also said he suggested that 25:17 tattoo on Danny’s chest— not because Danny’s religious but because Danny’s a fan of Pulp Fiction and Samuel L. Jackson’s Ezekiel 25:17 monologue. We talked about a couple of episodes last season (“Get Drew” and “Decoy”) that had Tarantino homages in them, so I think that’s rather fitting.”
— ‘Justified’ postmortem: EP Graham Yost dissects ‘Over the Mountain’ | EW.com