doctorwho:

doctorwho:

Wow, we’ve been posting a whole bunch of announcements today: cinema screenings and special programming. August is shaping up to be super exciting! 

Leading up to the premiere of Series 8 on August 23rd, BBC America will be premiering a whole bunch of all new never before seen super fun specials-
Saturday, August 16 at 9:00pm ET- Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion
Saturday, August 16 at 10:00PM ET- Real History of Science Fiction
Monday, August 18 at 10:00pm ET- Doctor Who: The Ultimate Time Lord

In addition to those new specials, starting Monday, August 18 at 8:00am ET, BBC America will be starting the Doctor Who Takeover Week, where Doctor Who will be airing all week long. 
To top it all off, right before the premiere of Deep Breath, Chris Hardwick (Nerdist, superfan, host of @Midnight ) will be hosting a Doctor Who: Live Pre-Show at 7:30pm ET and Doctor Who: After Who Live at 11:00pm ET following the premiere of Intruders. Both the pre- and post-show will feature a whole bunch of awesome guests including Mark Gatiss, and will include exclusive behind-the-scenes footage. 

And that’s not all! Next week on August 6th, you and all of your friends (and maybe even your pets, if you can teach them how to internet) will have the chance to vote for your favorite episodes over on BBCAmerica.com. The top selections of this "Make Your Own Sunday" poll will be aired on August 24 as part of a BBC America marathon. 
Take a deep breath, folks. There’s a lot of stuff going on this month, and it’s gonna be fantastic.

In case you missed it

doctorwho:

doctorwho:

Wow, we’ve been posting a whole bunch of announcements today: cinema screenings and special programming. August is shaping up to be super exciting! 

Leading up to the premiere of Series 8 on August 23rd, BBC America will be premiering a whole bunch of all new never before seen super fun specials-

  • Saturday, August 16 at 9:00pm ET- Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion
  • Saturday, August 16 at 10:00PM ETReal History of Science Fiction
  • Monday, August 18 at 10:00pm ET- Doctor Who: The Ultimate Time Lord

In addition to those new specials, starting Monday, August 18 at 8:00am ET, BBC America will be starting the Doctor Who Takeover Week, where Doctor Who will be airing all week long. 

To top it all off, right before the premiere of Deep Breath, Chris Hardwick (Nerdist, superfan, host of @Midnight ) will be hosting a Doctor Who: Live Pre-Show at 7:30pm ET and Doctor Who: After Who Live at 11:00pm ET following the premiere of Intruders. Both the pre- and post-show will feature a whole bunch of awesome guests including Mark Gatiss, and will include exclusive behind-the-scenes footage. 

And that’s not all! Next week on August 6th, you and all of your friends (and maybe even your pets, if you can teach them how to internet) will have the chance to vote for your favorite episodes over on BBCAmerica.com. The top selections of this "Make Your Own Sunday" poll will be aired on August 24 as part of a BBC America marathon. 

Take a deep breath, folks. There’s a lot of stuff going on this month, and it’s gonna be fantastic.

In case you missed it

mazarin221b:

ohgodbenny:

John Barrowman on meeting Benedict Cumberbatch. (x)

He is basically us.

Yep.

(Source: lokkasena)

smileswithgrace:

adarafaelbarbas:

wunderscheisse:

puhpuhtooie:

driftinglikeafloatingboat:

deadcuntsociety:

brocreate:

Samuel L. Jackson reads “Go The Fuck To Sleep”

Bedtime will never be the same again. 

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I’M CRYING CAUSE THIS IS REAL

holy shit i need this. 

This is the best thing ever happened with earth.

SOBBING

SCREAMING

I

MY LIFE

WHAT IS HAPPENING

I actually found this book in a store and I totally lost my shit

(Source: mf-zed)

hellotailor:

mrv3000:

i’ve probably reblogged this multiple times but by god i’ll do it again.

batcii:

smoo told me to draw zutara week stuff so instead i drew some modern au gaang. sorry for my shitty handwriting.

copperbadge:

cactusspatz:

copperbadge:

Tony Stark’s granddaughter, Rhodey Stark: 

[From Avengers #24, 2013.]
We don’t know for sure that she’s James Rhodes’ descendant; she could just be named in honour of Rhodey.
BUT COME ON that is totally Rhodey’s granddaughter. 

You know what that means, right? This means that one of Rhodey’s offspring married one of Tony’s offspring. Dear god, can you imagine how he took that news? Poor Rhodey.Either that, or mpreg. I prefer my version.

In theory, at least if we go by patriarchic naming conventions, it means that Tony’s son knocked up Rhodey’s daughter. I’m sure Rhodey was thrilled. 
Or Tony’s daughter kept her name and passed it on to her daughter; that’s very Stark. 
Either way I feel like Tony and Rhodey had a conversation at some point that involved shotguns.

copperbadge:

cactusspatz:

copperbadge:

Tony Stark’s granddaughter, Rhodey Stark: 

[From Avengers #24, 2013.]

We don’t know for sure that she’s James Rhodes’ descendant; she could just be named in honour of Rhodey.

BUT COME ON that is totally Rhodey’s granddaughter. 

You know what that means, right? This means that one of Rhodey’s offspring married one of Tony’s offspring. Dear god, can you imagine how he took that news? Poor Rhodey.

Either that, or mpreg. I prefer my version.

In theory, at least if we go by patriarchic naming conventions, it means that Tony’s son knocked up Rhodey’s daughter. I’m sure Rhodey was thrilled

Or Tony’s daughter kept her name and passed it on to her daughter; that’s very Stark. 

Either way I feel like Tony and Rhodey had a conversation at some point that involved shotguns.

(Source: badgergasm)

Apple Q&A - Moffat sends Benedict actual 6 year old into a giggle fit [x]

(Source: midnytemercury)

copperbadge:

kammartinez:

copperbadge:

In theory, at least if we go by patriarchic naming conventions, it means that Tony’s son knocked up Rhodey’s daughter. I’m sure Rhodey was thrilled. 
Or Tony’s daughter kept her name and passed it on to her daughter; that’s very Stark. 
Either way I feel like Tony and Rhodey had a conversation at some point that involved shotguns.

I don’t think it started out with something as mild as shotguns. I think that’s when it all settled down, when tempers had cooled . I imagine the initial conflict was an aerial dogfight, with Tony in the suit and Rhodey in his jet, the both of them yelling at each other over their comms. But that’s just me.

Oh, I’m sure it wasn’t just Tony and Rhodey. I would imagine the kids’ mothers were involved too, with shifting allegiance based on whether they were so pissed they wanted to punch everyone or whether they were calm enough to want to stop things (I’m assuming Pepper and Carol but I’m willing to entertain other possibilities on a case by case basis; Tony does have an ongoing thing for Jennifer Walters).
Plus, there’s Rhodey Stark’s parents to consider, since I strongly doubt they were sitting at home waiting for their parents to duke it out. Although I suppose the dogfight might have been caused by their elopement. 
So you have at least three battle suits (Iron Man, War Machine, Rescue) plus at least one, probably two Kree-powers (Carol and Carol Junior) possibly plus whatever superhero powers (green rage monster?) or heavy machinery Stark Junior had.
I mean, and presumably the rest of the Avengers sitting on a roof nearby eating popcorn. 
Steve is going to be so annoyed when he gets back from his first vacation in ten years and finds his friends and godchildren making spectacles of themselves. 

copperbadge:

kammartinez:

copperbadge:

In theory, at least if we go by patriarchic naming conventions, it means that Tony’s son knocked up Rhodey’s daughter. I’m sure Rhodey was thrilled

Or Tony’s daughter kept her name and passed it on to her daughter; that’s very Stark. 

Either way I feel like Tony and Rhodey had a conversation at some point that involved shotguns.

I don’t think it started out with something as mild as shotguns. I think that’s when it all settled down, when tempers had cooled . I imagine the initial conflict was an aerial dogfight, with Tony in the suit and Rhodey in his jet, the both of them yelling at each other over their comms. But that’s just me.

Oh, I’m sure it wasn’t just Tony and Rhodey. I would imagine the kids’ mothers were involved too, with shifting allegiance based on whether they were so pissed they wanted to punch everyone or whether they were calm enough to want to stop things (I’m assuming Pepper and Carol but I’m willing to entertain other possibilities on a case by case basis; Tony does have an ongoing thing for Jennifer Walters).

Plus, there’s Rhodey Stark’s parents to consider, since I strongly doubt they were sitting at home waiting for their parents to duke it out. Although I suppose the dogfight might have been caused by their elopement. 

So you have at least three battle suits (Iron Man, War Machine, Rescue) plus at least one, probably two Kree-powers (Carol and Carol Junior) possibly plus whatever superhero powers (green rage monster?) or heavy machinery Stark Junior had.

I mean, and presumably the rest of the Avengers sitting on a roof nearby eating popcorn. 

Steve is going to be so annoyed when he gets back from his first vacation in ten years and finds his friends and godchildren making spectacles of themselves. 

(Source: badgergasm)