Always and forever.

emmasneverland:

"…Haig made Elsa’s fear feel like real anxiety, which is what this character is all about. Elsa is a woman who lives in a constant state of worry that something will make her so afraid that she’ll lose control again, and that’s something people with anxiety can strongly relate to. It’s also something Haig captured perfectly—that fear of yourself and who you are when your anxiety is at its worst. From her shaking hands and her tight fists as she struggled to control her magic just walking down the street to her struggle to control her breathing as she hid, the physical details of her anxiety were heartbreaking." (x)


mayorswan:

4x01 - a tale of two sisters



Selena Gomez attends the Louis Vuitton show as part of the Paris Fashion Week on October 1, 2014

Selena Gomez attends the Louis Vuitton show as part of the Paris Fashion Week on October 1, 2014



Selena Gomez attends the Louis Vuitton show as part of the Paris Fashion Week on October 1, 2014

Selena Gomez attends the Louis Vuitton show as part of the Paris Fashion Week on October 1, 2014


dailylilycollins:

Lily Collins was seen enjoying a fun-filled date at Disneyland California with Matt Easton on September 27th



Selena Gomez attends the Louis Vuitton show as part of the Paris Fashion Week on October 1, 2014

Selena Gomez attends the Louis Vuitton show as part of the Paris Fashion Week on October 1, 2014



Selena Gomez attends the Louis Vuitton show as part of the Paris Fashion Week on October 1, 2014

Selena Gomez attends the Louis Vuitton show as part of the Paris Fashion Week on October 1, 2014



misandristofficial:

"Anytime a movie deals with their subjects honestly, it vaguely represents real people. With a lot of teen movies, they’re either super-super-clever to the point where it’s not believable — they’ll speak in long soliloquies that are way too eloquent for teenagers — or they’re horrible and you just don’t want to be sitting in a movie theater watching them for two hours. And it seems like the director’s making fun of them or saying, "Look how horrible our generation is." Whereas Gia’s not really making — in my opinion, when I see the movie — any statements about them; she’s just saying, here they are. You take what you want from it, and that’s my favorite kind of movie. I think people are so worried about having a point of view that they lose sight of that. If you present something honestly, you’ll take a lot from it." -Nat Wolff

Palo Alto (2014)


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