so this weekend was supposed to go like this:

  • write my screenplay on friday night
  • write my screenplay all day saturday
  • write my screenplay all day sunday
  • not sleep sunday night and instead pull an all-nighter
  • (writing my screenplay)

how this weekend actually went:

  • hung out with my friend friday night
  • stayed over at her house friday night
  • hung out with her all day saturday
  • slept half of sunday away
  • spent the rest at the beach with my friend
  • now i want to go to bed

aka i wrote no screenplay

it’s due on friday fuck my life choices

Comic-Con Trailer: The Walking Dead: Season 5 /region free/

suuzuyas:

trans person: *is trans and happy*

truscum: this person is not trans where is the PAIN and TORTURE being trans is ETERNAL SUFFERING ur not allowed to be happy

trans person: *still trans still happy*

cinyma:

John Hawkes and Elizabeth Olsen in 'Martha Marcy May Marlene'  2011.

cinyma:

John Hawkes and Elizabeth Olsen in 'Martha Marcy May Marlene'  2011.

What would you say is your favorite bromance moment?

thecostumetrailer:

"The most difficult thing I had to achieve in this film was creating the fabric for the Captain America Stealth Suit.  The Russos were very specific that they wanted a suit that was made of textured, woven, hard fabric like a Kevlar and not a printed stretch suit like you see over and over again in these films. But in reality it needed to be made of a stretch fabric that would allow movement and comfort, as well as the ability to be constructed into a more realistic military type trouser and protective top. I went through many incarnations of printed textures on stretch which then posed a whole new set of challenges and problems.  The HD cameras made raised textures strobe or moiré.  So finding the right one became a trial.  Then the printing ink would shine like plastic, which I disliked.  It took four months of research and development to create a texture that seems so simple and was yet, so complicated.” - Judianna Makovsky

thecostumetrailer:

"The most difficult thing I had to achieve in this film was creating the fabric for the Captain America Stealth Suit.  The Russos were very specific that they wanted a suit that was made of textured, woven, hard fabric like a Kevlar and not a printed stretch suit like you see over and over again in these films. But in reality it needed to be made of a stretch fabric that would allow movement and comfort, as well as the ability to be constructed into a more realistic military type trouser and protective top. I went through many incarnations of printed textures on stretch which then posed a whole new set of challenges and problems.  The HD cameras made raised textures strobe or moiré.  So finding the right one became a trial.  Then the printing ink would shine like plastic, which I disliked.  It took four months of research and development to create a texture that seems so simple and was yet, so complicated.” - Judianna Makovsky