THE MAGIC BEGINS - Day 2: Favourite book
T H E G O B L E T O F F I R E
the lord of the rings: the fellowship of the ring (2001) | 365 films |
celebrity meme request » Clemence Poesy Faceless (asked by anon)
"Now you tell me you have been raising him like a pig for slaughter -"
Philosopher’s Stone Screencaps
The Walking Dead Meme — three walker kills → Rick Grimes[3/3]
"I don’t want people to forget about Potter. I love what we did on those films and they were an amazing 10 years of my life. Contrary to popular belief, I don’t want to sever any connection with it. It’s just that I want to be an actor and not just a character. The last few years people have been giving me opportunities to show that more and more [..] I like doing things that people wouldn’t necessarily expect. I enjoy that aspect [of being an actor]. It’s a fun part of my job.”
Daniel Radcliffe Brushes Off ‘Fifty Shades’ Snub (x)
I appreciate the very real disgust on his face in the second gif.
i bet rob pattinson just rang him up and screamed don’t do it in the phone
I bet this phonecall happened at 2am with no greeting and Dan knew exactly who it was and why.
I bet Robert Pattinson has made it his mission in life to prevent people from taking shitty roles that will haunt them forever and everyone in Hollywood knows it and now he’s like the Acting Avenger
the Acting Avenger
Each of the four Hogwarts houses has its own ghost. Slytherin boasts the Bloody Baron, who is covered in silver bloodstains. The least talkative of the house ghosts is the Grey Lady, who is long-haired and beautiful. Hufflepuff house is haunted by the Fat Friar, who was executed because senior churchmen grew suspicious of his ability to cure the pox merely by poking peasants with a stick, and his ill-advised habit of pulling rabbits out of the communion cup. Though a genial character in general, the Fat Friar still resents the fact that he was never made a cardinal. Gryffindor house is home to Nearly Headless Nick, who in life was Sir Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington. Something of a snob, and a less accomplished wizard than he believed, Sir Nicholas lounged around the court of Henry VII in life, until his foolish attempt to beautify a lady-in-waiting by magic caused the unfortunate woman to sprout tusks. Sir Nicholas was stripped of his wand and inexpertly executed, leaving his head hanging off by a single flap of skin and sinew. He retains a feeling of inadequacy with regard to truly headless ghosts.