Disney’s tribute to Robin Williams at the end of Aladdin.
That’s… actually really beautiful. Well done, Disney.
I actually watched Aladdin on Disney Channel a few days ago and not only did they show this image at the end of the film but they showed the entire movie completely commercial free. That’s how much they appreciated him.
Well done Disney, well done.
Now that’s some grade A respect from Disney right there.
I just wanna make you laugh
I just wanna see that smile
Babe, we’re only here, oh, for a little while
I just wanna hold you till we fall asleep
I want love, I want us, I want you, I want me, I want peace (x)
why does this make me feel mad
Because he’s considered powerful, and she’s considered a whore.
Love “Da Man Wit the Chips” but Jameila White is the new “Protest MVP.” #staywoke #trill
and remember kids its never too late to become a raging degenerate homosexual
Oscar Santillan: Daybreak, visual installation
South American artist Oscar Santillan plays with shadows as his artwork focuses on creating ornate window installation right on the wall of the gallery.
The installation entitled Daybreak is created through a sanding process where the artist sands paint off the wall and uses the powder that falls off to create the floor shadow replica. This technique is not only clever, but it is an extremely simple and effective way to make use of as little material as possible.
His work plays with optical illusions as well as with light, shadows and perspective. The results are beautiful and intricate windows, that would most likely be seen in cathedrals. Just like the way sun and light shines through windows and emanates a shadow, Oscar Santillan effectively accomplishes this with his beautiful pieces
if you find yourself in times of trouble just remember that cap has a tactic where he basically throws himself in some guy’s arms while fighting
"Delphine isn’t dead" is pretty much what Graeme Manson just said. So let’s settle down.
Delphine and Cosima’s love is obvi a lot stronger and undeniable than most of us thought. 😉
Delphine isn’t going anywhere. If she knew it wasn’t part of their plan - Eskimo Pie would have been like “It’s up to you now. And I love your stinking guts”
The scene in the train station where a young boy smiles at Cyclops and he smiles back was unplanned. The boy was a huge X-Men fan, and Cyclops was his favorite. The scene originally called for Cyclops to look at the train schedule, but according to Bryan Singer the boy could not stop smiling at James Marsden. Finally, during one shot, Marsden just looked back at him and smiled, much to the boy’s delight. Bryan Singer liked the idea so much, he kept it in the film