"I’ll shoot him with my guns!"
"But you don’t have any guns."
"That may be true but ya know where a true cowboy keeps his gun? *finger gun* In his heart."
“There is a funny part in the movie where my character gets angry at the end of a book and he throws the book out the window. I think many of us already want to do this, especially when a character dies.” - Bradley Cooper
No one can argue that his logic is sound…
bless this cast for truly understanding the books
Kathy Nightingale goes back to 1920 where she meets a man, marries him, and has three children, including a little girl named Sally, a beautiful little girl with dark hair, like her mother’s.
Billy Shipton goes back to 1960 where he meets and marries a beautiful, dark haired girl named Sally.
I’ll just leave you to ponder that for a moment.
Oh yeah, because whitewashing is definitely as bad as racebending.
Because POC characters haven’t been whitewashed since forever (see: The Last Airbender, 21, Prince of Persia, Earthsea, Star Trek Into Darkness, heck even Sin Lance in Arrow).
Because we are seriously lacking in white representation in Western media. (We aren’t.)
Because a lack of representation doesn’t affect self-esteem or empathy, or distort perceptions of POC. (It does.)
What do you think?
it just keeps getting better
Owl you can fly
but he can’t knot.
This scene must be confusing as shit when it’s dubbed in foreign languages