leda74:

29 September 1979: Thirty-five years ago today, the first episode of City of Death was broadcast.

leda74:

29 September 1979: Thirty-five years ago today, the first episode of City of Death was broadcast.

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kane52630:

The Many Faces of Batman

Lewis Wilson - Batman 1943 (serial)

Robert Lowery - Batman and Robin 1949 (serial)

Adam West - Batman: The Movie 1966

Michael Keaton - Batman 1989/Batman Returns

Kevin Conroy - Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

Val Kilmer - Batman Forever

George Clooney - Batman & Robin

Christian Bale - Batman Begins/The Dark Knight/The Dark Knight Rises

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marilynmay:


And this bit here I did actually add on set. Not just the picture of Butthead on the punching bag but this, where I said I wanted to get a couple of shots. We were going fast – and that one, I didn’t know if I was going to use the two of them. And to me it’s almost the most important shot in the show because it really shows the mystery of their relationship. And that’s one where I wanted the audience to fill in the blanks. I wanted them – I wanted whatever you want to have happened, to have happened. If people believe that on their last night together they made love, great! If they believe that on their last night together they talked all night, great! If they believe that they had a fight, great!Whatever it is, it’s up to the viewer and I think that the viewer has earned that, and I love that elliptical nature of their last night together. I think that there should be work for the viewer to do, in that sense, emotionally, because I think it makes it more textured. And that shot of the two of them looking at each other, I just find beautiful.

Joss Whedon, ‘Chosen’ commentary

marilynmay:

And this bit here I did actually add on set. Not just the picture of Butthead on the punching bag but this, where I said I wanted to get a couple of shots. We were going fast – and that one, I didn’t know if I was going to use the two of them. And to me it’s almost the most important shot in the show because it really shows the mystery of their relationship. And that’s one where I wanted the audience to fill in the blanks. I wanted them – I wanted whatever you want to have happened, to have happened. If people believe that on their last night together they made love, great! If they believe that on their last night together they talked all night, great! If they believe that they had a fight, great!

Whatever it is, it’s up to the viewer and I think that the viewer has earned that, and I love that elliptical nature of their last night together. I think that there should be work for the viewer to do, in that sense, emotionally, because I think it makes it more textured. And that shot of the two of them looking at each other, I just find beautiful.

Joss Whedon, ‘Chosen’ commentary

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la-lobalita:

al-grave:

The varying wavelengths of different colors

Adorable science is adorable. 

la-lobalita:

al-grave:

The varying wavelengths of different colors

Adorable science is adorable. 

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bottomjared:

im dead

ivashhkovs:

buffy meme: five characters

Rupert Giles

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Misha lays down the motherfucking law. [x]

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two new designs based on “Soos and the Real Girl” [x] [x

thespoonmissioner:

meat cute… subtle…

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