willsmiff:

kayleyhyde:

We all know that feeling, vending machine

#i am also full of snacks and darkness

willsmiff:

kayleyhyde:

We all know that feeling, vending machine

fyeahcooldormrooms:

Texas State University, San Marcos Hall

fyeahcooldormrooms:

Texas State University, San Marcos Hall

Anna Kendrick attends ‘The Last Five Years’ premiere during the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival at Ryerson Theatre on September 7, 2014 

"I love playing someone who has so much integrity, who has so much joy and so much life—even though her life is now in prison. She’s locked up, but she’s able to build up joy anyway."

- samira wiley for brooklyn magazine

  • spring: black clothes
  • summer: black clothes
  • autumn: black clothes
  • winter: black clothes

going-to-scranton:

Still waiting for the New Girl/Mindy Project crossover episode where everyone isn’t in the episode except for Coach from New Girl and Peter from Mindy Project. It also guest stars Eliza Coupe, Elisha Cuthbert, Casey Wilson and Zachary Knighton and takes place in Chicago. Coach finds out he’s married to Eliza Coupe’s character and Peter finds out he’s gay.

ak47news:


"We have a very deep connection, and it’s hard to have friendships in this town. We have a mutual respect for each other, professionally and personally. And we’re also sexually attracted to each other. That’s another kind of layer of our relationship."

— Aubrey Plaza, talking about her “BFF” Anna Kendrick in the NY Times.

ak47news:

"We have a very deep connection, and it’s hard to have friendships in this town. We have a mutual respect for each other, professionally and personally. And we’re also sexually attracted to each other. That’s another kind of layer of our relationship."

— Aubrey Plaza, talking about her “BFF” Anna Kendrick in the NY Times.

Catherine Hiatt. An Irish-Catholic actress from a hard-luck shore town in eastern Virginia. Smart but insecure, fiercely loyal and ardently committed but distrustful of her talent and her beauty. Musically, Sheryl Crow meets Joan Baez meets Kelly Clarkson.  Character arcs from an ambitious, fresh-faced girl in a new relationship to a woman stunned by a betrayal and a divorce that she is only beginning to understand.


Chelsea Peretti and Melissa Fumero are angels from heaven.
Every day on set I learn more from and about them, and therefore more about myself. They are hilarious, supportive, vulnerable, and lovable – the best work BFFs I could have asked for. Every time one of them nails something in a scene, it feels like a victory for me. Maybe another combo of women would have created a competitive feeling (DON’T YOU REMEMBER MEAN GIRLS, YOU GUYS??), but not so with these two. I can go to them for advice, and they help me see things from another perspective. Recently, I asked Mel a question and then finished with a “sorrrrry.” She told me to stop apologizing for myself and I immediately thought SHIT, she’s right, I do that all the time. I may not have been able to see that if it had come from another close friend, but there’s something about the work friendship dynamic that’s really special and enlightening in that way. And I’ve got their backs, too. I have a deep desire to see these women succeed and fly in every aspect of their lives. ANGELS I TELL YOU.”
Stephanie Beatriz: 5 Things Working On ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Taught Me (x)

Chelsea Peretti and Melissa Fumero are angels from heaven.

Every day on set I learn more from and about them, and therefore more about myself. They are hilarious, supportive, vulnerable, and lovable – the best work BFFs I could have asked for. Every time one of them nails something in a scene, it feels like a victory for me. Maybe another combo of women would have created a competitive feeling (DON’T YOU REMEMBER MEAN GIRLS, YOU GUYS??), but not so with these two. I can go to them for advice, and they help me see things from another perspective. Recently, I asked Mel a question and then finished with a “sorrrrry.” She told me to stop apologizing for myself and I immediately thought SHIT, she’s right, I do that all the time. I may not have been able to see that if it had come from another close friend, but there’s something about the work friendship dynamic that’s really special and enlightening in that way. And I’ve got their backs, too. I have a deep desire to see these women succeed and fly in every aspect of their lives. ANGELS I TELL YOU.”

Stephanie Beatriz: 5 Things Working On ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Taught Me (x)

chescaleigh:

agirlnamedally:

I COULD NOT LOVE THIS MAN OR THIS QUOTE ANY MORE

I needed this today

chescaleigh:

agirlnamedally:

I COULD NOT LOVE THIS MAN OR THIS QUOTE ANY MORE

I needed this today

Favorite Pottermore Artwork so far

jem-love13:

Did you say clouds and sunsets?