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nubbsgalore:

photos by tin man lee in alaska’s barter island. (see also: previous polar bear posts)

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butterfly II by knipser62. http://ift.tt/1nTIQgi

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butterfly II by knipser62. http://ift.tt/1nTIQgi

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onegirlinalltheworld:

core scoobies, seasons 1-7.

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aliceleeeee:

'Surprising' Dan Stevens emerges in film after 'Abbey'
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Dan Stevens' Downton Abbey heartthrob character Matthew Crawley died in a car crash at the end of 2013’s season 3.
Now the British actor is shedding his Abbey past — and a lot more — in a number of image-bending film roles.
In The Guest (due out Sept. 17) he plays a mysterious soldier with an American accent in a role that earned plaudits at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in January. In June, a trailer dropped for the thriller, which showed Stevens wielding a handgun, smoking and looking smoking hot in a post-shower scene.
"The eyebrows were definitely raised by people used to seeing me in Downton Abbey form,” says Stevens, 31. “I’m enjoying surprising people in all sorts of ways.”
Stevens will continue the menace with A Walk Among the Tombstones with Liam Neeson (Sept. 19), where he plays a drug trafficker. He’s just wrapped Criminal Activities with Michael Pitt, due out next summer. He also started production on The Ticket, where he stars as a blind man who regains his sight, but turns entirely superficial.
For a change of pace, Stevens shows a very silly side as Sir Lancelot in Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (Dec. 19),a part he worked hard to grab.
"Everything about it made me think, ‘I’m going to have a go at this.’ I have this mad character that I used to break out for friends that represented a lot of things I found very funny," he says. "I thought I’d give it a try with Lancelot."
He showed it to director Shawn Levy who signed him up. Levy says Stevens’ goofy portrayal “damn near steals the movie.”
Stevens says he’s enjoying the new ride, even when he was saddled with riding a horse in full armor through the rain in famous Trafalgar Square. Londoners were able to see the new, surprisingly comedic Stevens firsthand.
"It was very strange to sit on the horse and watch double-decker buses go by," says Stevens. "The rest of London was going about its business while some idiot was on his horse in a full suit of armor."
http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/movies/2014/07/27/night-at-the-museum-3-secret-of-the-tomb/12494557/

aliceleeeee:

'Surprising' Dan Stevens emerges in film after 'Abbey'

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Dan StevensDownton Abbey heartthrob character Matthew Crawley died in a car crash at the end of 2013’s season 3.

Now the British actor is shedding his Abbey past — and a lot more — in a number of image-bending film roles.

In The Guest (due out Sept. 17) he plays a mysterious soldier with an American accent in a role that earned plaudits at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in January. In June, a trailer dropped for the thriller, which showed Stevens wielding a handgun, smoking and looking smoking hot in a post-shower scene.

"The eyebrows were definitely raised by people used to seeing me in Downton Abbey form,” says Stevens, 31. “I’m enjoying surprising people in all sorts of ways.”

Stevens will continue the menace with A Walk Among the Tombstones with Liam Neeson (Sept. 19), where he plays a drug trafficker. He’s just wrapped Criminal Activities with Michael Pitt, due out next summer. He also started production on The Ticket, where he stars as a blind man who regains his sight, but turns entirely superficial.

For a change of pace, Stevens shows a very silly side as Sir Lancelot in Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (Dec. 19),a part he worked hard to grab.

"Everything about it made me think, ‘I’m going to have a go at this.’ I have this mad character that I used to break out for friends that represented a lot of things I found very funny," he says. "I thought I’d give it a try with Lancelot."

He showed it to director Shawn Levy who signed him up. Levy says Stevens’ goofy portrayal “damn near steals the movie.”

Stevens says he’s enjoying the new ride, even when he was saddled with riding a horse in full armor through the rain in famous Trafalgar Square. Londoners were able to see the new, surprisingly comedic Stevens firsthand.

"It was very strange to sit on the horse and watch double-decker buses go by," says Stevens. "The rest of London was going about its business while some idiot was on his horse in a full suit of armor."

http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/movies/2014/07/27/night-at-the-museum-3-secret-of-the-tomb/12494557/

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arielcalypso:

thechicwiththecurls:

  • it’s okay for you to like skinny girls
  • it’s okay for you to like skinny girls with big boobs and a butt
  • it’s okay for you to like curvy girls
  • it’s okay for you to like heavier girls
  • it’s totally okay to like thighs or thigh gaps and big boobs or small boobs and big butts or little butts
  • what’s not okay is telling a woman that she isn’t beautiful or sexy because she doesn’t meet your personal body type preferences

 Everyone needs to reblog this.

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aliceleeeee:

Lancelot (Dan Stevens, left) and Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) plan the next move to save the magic in a scene from the motion picture “Night at the Museum 3: Secret of the Tomb.”(Photo: Kerry Brown 20th Century Fox) (x)

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earthandanimals:


Lion king by Alain Ranger
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psychoshango:

you ever notice how in women’s razor commercials the models’ legs are already completely hairless before they “shave” them

like we can’t even handle showing body hair in a commercial about how to get rid of body hair

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EW’s Hard Rock Hotel San Diego photo studio - The Orphan Black cast; behind the scenes and final photo.

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Doctor: ‘Donna, this is not 1920. This is 1914, the beginning of World War I.’

Doctor Who // Downton Abbey crossover. Donna and the Doctor travel back in time to Downton Abbey. He has promised Donna a ‘spiffing’ 1920s cocktail party after their last, very dangerous adventure. Just, well you know, something small and unexciting…without running.

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amerigirltn:

generatingrhythm:

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What is this referring to? Is MDocks the actress that’s mad at DS?
Please someone enlighten me. Thanks

Oh please! This is so ridiculous. All the people liking this post are the first ones to warn everybody not to believe the Daily Mail if they print something they don’t like about Michelle Dockery. Meanwhile if a gossip website says something about bad Dan Stevens, they all believe it. Even if it clearly states the following:

“Crazy days and nights is a gossip site. The site publishes rumors, conjecture, and fiction. In addition to accurately reported information, certain situations, characters and events portrayed in the blog are either products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Information on this site may contain errors or inaccuracies; the blog’s proprietor does not make warranty as to the correctness or reliability of the site’s content. Links to content on and quotation of material from other sites are not the responsibility of crazy days and nights.”

amerigirltn:

generatingrhythm:

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What is this referring to? Is MDocks the actress that’s mad at DS?

Please someone enlighten me. Thanks

Oh please! This is so ridiculous. All the people liking this post are the first ones to warn everybody not to believe the Daily Mail if they print something they don’t like about Michelle Dockery. Meanwhile if a gossip website says something about bad Dan Stevens, they all believe it. Even if it clearly states the following:

Crazy days and nights is a gossip site. The site publishes rumors, conjecture, and fiction. In addition to accurately reported information, certain situations, characters and events portrayed in the blog are either products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Information on this site may contain errors or inaccuracies; the blog’s proprietor does not make warranty as to the correctness or reliability of the site’s content. Links to content on and quotation of material from other sites are not the responsibility of crazy days and nights.

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