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sebadasstian-stan:

Hawkeye vs. Deadpool #0

sebadasstian-stan:

Hawkeye vs. Deadpool #0

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Lupita Nyong’o for Elle France | July 18th, 2014

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"To make a movie is sort of ridiculous. We’re gonna go film eachother pretending to be other people, so other people can watch us pretend to be other people. But if it’s worth it and it’s really saying something, it can be transcendently important."

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gregprosper:

Jaleesa Aka DJ NjoY Shot by @gregprosper

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Pacific Rim (2013)
"Fortune favors the brave, dude."

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#bUNS  

anthonystarkis:

2014 Toronto International Film Festival - “Before We Go” Premiere

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I started Oblivion a few days ago, there’s a new Alt-J album, we got some laundry done and the sun is shining. Things are okay.

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There was a man on the bridge. Who was he?

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vesley:

my whole life

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Because you wouldn’t want to be historically inaccurate

medievalpoc:

If you are interested in having discussions about race and representation in fantasy media, analyzing and questioning our ideas about what “historical accuracy” means, and criticizing the way we use concepts about Medieval Europe to exclude people of color from enjoying historical play, in addition to learning about people of color in European art history, click here to follow the Medievalpoc tumblr.

Anyone who thinks it’s going “too far” to point out people who refuse to acknowledge the massive double standard in applying “historical accuracy” to fantasy settings only when it comes to including characters of color, go ahead and click here to unfollow the Medievalpoc tumblr.

For just the images, here’s the Flickr stream.

For static database without discussion, here’s the dot org website.

There’s also a Twitter. And a Facebook.

Just because you want a history lesson doesn’t mean you’re going to receive the lesson you were expecting. Pretending that history doesn’t affect the way we interact with each other today is not in keeping with what this whole thing is about.

Medievalpoc is about this:

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It’s also about this:

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It’s about this:

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Also about this:

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About this:

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Also about this:

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