The Origami Sorceress

This is where I find inspiration for my magic.

jedavu:

Spectacular Natural Phenomenon: Indonesian Volcano Emits Glowing Blue Liquid

photograph by Olivier Grunewald 

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guo-jia:

stunningpicture:

After a lot of rain here in FL these baby frogs appeared. They eerily all faced the same direction.

THE RITUAL HAS BEGUN

guo-jia:

stunningpicture:

After a lot of rain here in FL these baby frogs appeared. They eerily all faced the same direction.

THE RITUAL HAS BEGUN

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sherlocklikestea:

since1969:

lovelikeliquor:

repobsession:

manif3stlove:

thecelestialchild:

thecdashrich:

thekewl:

danivalentine:

Jack Nicholson, who played the Joker in 1989 - and who was furious he wasn’t consulted about the creepy role - offered a cryptic comment when told Ledger was dead. 
“Well,” Nicholson told reporters in London early Wednesday, “I warned him.”

That last quote gave me chills

Really? Interesting if true

I read something that said he told him not to do it. Joker is one of, if not the, most sadistic villains. He kills to kill. There’s no method. Which is why all of the previous portrails were campy or jokey.

There is no way you can portray a character like that and not bring home even the smallest bits of it.  It’s kind of sad. The Joker was scary as shit, and I honestly believe that getting into that character messed with his head.

It would be really interesting to see the notebook Ledger kept while working up the character, maybe it did mess with his head.. and that quote is something to think about, if true. 

Heath Ledger was hugely affected by this role. Nicholson did warn him against it. To prepare, Ledger spent vast amount of time alone and kept a production diary as mentioned above. The last thing he wrote in his diary was BYE BYE. Ledger talked about his inability to fall asleep and how even with two ambien he barely slept at night. As is widely known, Ledger died of an overdose. Some say it was accidental while others believe he was a partier… The drugs he died of were meant for insonima, anxiety, pain, and a cold and none were taken in excess. Heath was a troubled man after his role as the joker, but no one can deny he played that role better than anyone ever had or ever will. The sadness of the situation aside, this is an amazing photo of the jokers.

We talked about this in my Acting class. Some students were confused because they said there has been other roles in other films that are far worse than the Joker and the actors never had issues but its not entirely about the character its about the ACTOR himself too. Heath had trouble distinguishing between fiction and reality. It is something that happens to a lot of actors, they get SO into their roles that once the Director yells ‘Cut!” they still believe they are that character. That is what happened to Heath. Actors need to be really careful about that because it can mess with your head.

The same thing happened to Jeremy Brett with Sherlock Holmes and ended up in his divorce

sherlocklikestea:

since1969:

lovelikeliquor:

repobsession:

manif3stlove:

thecelestialchild:

thecdashrich:

thekewl:

danivalentine:

Jack Nicholson, who played the Joker in 1989 - and who was furious he wasn’t consulted about the creepy role - offered a cryptic comment when told Ledger was dead. 

“Well,” Nicholson told reporters in London early Wednesday, “I warned him.”

That last quote gave me chills

Really? Interesting if true

I read something that said he told him not to do it. Joker is one of, if not the, most sadistic villains. He kills to kill. There’s no method. Which is why all of the previous portrails were campy or jokey.

There is no way you can portray a character like that and not bring home even the smallest bits of it.  It’s kind of sad. The Joker was scary as shit, and I honestly believe that getting into that character messed with his head.

It would be really interesting to see the notebook Ledger kept while working up the character, maybe it did mess with his head.. and that quote is something to think about, if true. 

Heath Ledger was hugely affected by this role. Nicholson did warn him against it. To prepare, Ledger spent vast amount of time alone and kept a production diary as mentioned above. The last thing he wrote in his diary was BYE BYE.
heath ledger's last journal entryLedger talked about his inability to fall asleep and how even with two ambien he barely slept at night. As is widely known, Ledger died of an overdose. Some say it was accidental while others believe he was a partier… The drugs he died of were meant for insonima, anxiety, pain, and a cold and none were taken in excess. Heath was a troubled man after his role as the joker, but no one can deny he played that role better than anyone ever had or ever will.

The sadness of the situation aside, this is an amazing photo of the jokers.

We talked about this in my Acting class. Some students were confused because they said there has been other roles in other films that are far worse than the Joker and the actors never had issues but its not entirely about the character its about the ACTOR himself too. Heath had trouble distinguishing between fiction and reality. It is something that happens to a lot of actors, they get SO into their roles that once the Director yells ‘Cut!” they still believe they are that character. That is what happened to Heath. Actors need to be really careful about that because it can mess with your head.

The same thing happened to Jeremy Brett with Sherlock Holmes and ended up in his divorce

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scificity:

Wall-mounted water cooled PC

scificity:

Wall-mounted water cooled PC

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lestradeisasilverfox:

Nathan Fillion is not appreciated enough.

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bluepueblo:

Spiral Staircase, The Vatican, Rome, Italy
photo via robin

bluepueblo:

Spiral Staircase, The Vatican, Rome, Italy

photo via robin

becca-morley:

history

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theclockstrikes-capaldi:

I honestly believe they were more excited to have Gabriel back than the fans

(All credit to their twitters)

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