Happy Birthday, Mary!
You can do better, I know you can. Don’t make me disappointed with you and your pretty smartass face
Those Were the Days - Closing Time/The Snowmen
Matt Smith on the set of How to Catch a Monster (5/13/2013)
Happy 15th Birthday, Alana!
Happy Birthday David Tennant!
REQUESTED BY THEBOYWHOFANGIRLED:
Rated: PG-13 | Cast: Andrew Garfield, Emma Watson, Karen GillanJeremy Briggs (Garfield) is in love with his girlfriend (Watson), he is. He has been since they met on his first day of college, but since then he’s slowly began to realize that they might not be as perfect for one another as he’d once thought. They get along, she’s clever, and kind, and sympathetic, and gentle, and he loves that, but she doesn’t share his interests, doesn’t care about his music, doesn’t get passionate about much at all, really, and he wishes she’d actually let loose for once instead of focusing on being so damned ordinary. They don’t argue, they tuck all the bad things away until they’re gone, and that may work but it’s not healthy. He’s starting to worry that the woman that he’s decided is his soul mate, might not be. It is around this time that English exchange student, Lydia Wilkerson (Gillan) appears at his school, and she’s perfect for him, actually, properly. They agree on everything, she’s exciting, exhilarating, fascinating and he’s falling hard and fast. So now he’s torn between the woman he’s loved for years, and the woman of his dreams. Which will he choose?
REQUESTED BY THESARAHJANESMITH:
Rated: PG-13 | Cast: Matt Smith, Arthur Davill, Karen GillanJames Walker (Smith) and Roger Gray (Darvill) are CIA agents. Top of their class, clever, effective and useful in nearly every situation. They’re famous for their work undercover and for their near flawless partnership, but when a Russian spy and expert thief named Skye Rusakova (Gillan) is revealed to be plotting the theft of a valued American artifact, and James and Roger are asked to go undercover as other Russian spies and discover her plans, to stop them before they start, things become slightly more complicated. Because in the process, James begins to fall head over heels for Skye, finding himself in an extremely compromising situation. And when the threat she poses to their beloved country reaches an all time high, they have no choice but to kill her. Can James do it? Can Roger convince his partner to do his job before he does something stupid?
REQUESTED BY BARMAIDCLARA:
Rated: PG-13 | Cast: Saorise Ronan, Matt Smith, Keira KnightleyEvery day they wake up some place different. It wasn’t always this way, they can remember days when they woke up every morning in the bed they went to sleep in, but so much has changed since then. It started three years ago, they all woke up in the middle of a white, blank impossible room that never ended, with no doors and no windows. The next morning, they woke up in Paris, the next, a castle. The problem is, they have no control over it, and the only common denominators are each other, and the fact that every other person, no matter where they go, is trying to kill them. All they have is each other and they’ve grown to accept that fact, Marcus (Smith) and Rosalie (Knightley) have even managed to find love in each other, and Jasmine (Ronan) has become like a daughter to them both, but there’s hardly ever time to just be together in a situation where your life is constantly in danger. They’ve tried everything to set the world straight, but nothing has worked and it’s starting to drive them mad. With the panic rising inside of them, the trust they’ve developed in one another is beginning to deteriorate. They’re turning on each other, paranoid and frightened. What happens when the only people you can trust in the world, can no longer be depended upon?
REQUESTED BY PADALECKILI:
Rated: PG-13 | Cast: Saorise Ronan, Lauren Lopez, Logan LermanThe new slayer (Ronan) has risen, with her unfortunate placement in Cleveland, she’s been fighting against vampires since she turned sixteen, unbeknownst to her mother, and all of her friends. Her watcher is her only confidant and it’s driving her crazy. Despite this fact, she had every intention of keeping her friends in the dark, but one night when the vampire activity is especially high and one attacks her friend Kit (Lerman), she has no choice but to reveal herself to him. Soon, she discovers that Kit’s girlfriend, Lynne (Lopez) witnessed the entire debacle and he had been forced to explain everything to her. With her friends by her side, she continues saving the world, struggling to keep them safe in the mean time.
REQUESTED BY OWLMYLOVE:
Rated: PG-13 | Cast: Kat Dennings, Jared Gilmore, Stanley Tucci, Clark GreggFeminine assassin, Lora Jenkins (Dennings) has been commissioned by mafia boss, Reese Kinder (Tucci) to kill the president’s son, Michael (Gilmore). Upon meeting him, she finds herself incapable of taking out the hit, regardless of her eagerness to take the job initially. So on a whim, she decides to kidnap him instead, taking him on a “roadtrip” to nowhere, but she realizes as they travel that there’s not a chance in the world she can take him home. Soon, she is not only fleeing from the president (Gregg) and his men, but also the mafia she had found herself entangled with. As she rushes across the country, dodging near death experiences left and right, she slowly begins to grow attached to the boy and her already complicated situation gets worse.
REQUESTED BY GALLIFREYSS:
Rated: PG-13 | Cast: Matt Smith, Natlie Dormer, David Tennant, Lena Headley, and John BarrowmanNathan Webber (Smith) and Lillith James (Dormer) are assassins, two of the best in the world, in fact, infamous for their undercover skills and ability to get a job done in record time. They’ve always done an excellent job of keeping their identities secret from the wrong people, until their former “bookie” as they liked to call her, Trudy Wilks (Headley) is taken into custody by an intelligence agency that wants nothing but to take the pair out of the game. Trouble of it is, one of the agents on the case, Ethan Carr (Barrowman) can’t seem to bring himself to hurt Lillith. With time ticking down, and stress building, can Ethan overcome his sudden empathy with the young assassin? Can his handler (Tennant) convince him to get it over with regardless? Or will the two most successful assassins in the world get away with it one last time?
Thirteen Little Blue Envelopes - Meryl Streep as Mari Adams