Ha! Love this!
Ha! Love this!
I love how Hans is all subtle and Anna just CRASHES into him.
Does Anna even know how strong she is? I mean, she hit a wolf away with a lute. She just batted it away like it was nothing. And then she punches Hans flying off a boat. He arches. Arches.AND LET’S NOT FORGET SHE JUST ACCIDENTALLY THROWS A BUST FAR AWAY LIKE IT’S NOTHING. HOW STRONG IS THIS GIRL?People also forget that she pulled kristoff up a cliff and pulled a tree down to hit marshmallow in the face… this girl
Anna born with superstrength and her while life her parents just told her she was clumsy and ordinary. They didn’t want to deal with another weird superpowered daughter.
Headcanon accepted! Anna has super strength and Elsa has Ice Powers. They’d make a great crime fighti- wait…haven’t we seen that before?
HEADCANON DEFINITELY ACCEPTED NOW
Strength? Ice? SIBLINGS? Guys, you’re missing a thing:
Do you wanna throw the Mjolniiiiir? Or cross the Bifrost to Midgaaard?
Can we make this the most reblogged picture on Tumblr
It’s true that Robert Wise’s film adaptation of the Leonard Bernstein/Stephen Sondheim musical is a classic, featuring an all-star cast and iconic choreography by Jerome Robbins.
But here’s why we want Spielberg to tear it all down and start over.
More authentically Spanish? Si, por favor.
In the 1961 film, Russian actress Natalie Wood played the Hispanic Maria, with her voice dubbed by famed Hollywood songstress Marni Nixon. Spielberg is unlikely to whitewash the casting, so we would actually have a Hispanic actress play Maria. Equally important to the show’s authenticity: actual Spanish in the script. In 2009, the show’s original librettist, Arthur Laurents, helmed a revival that utilized a wealth of new Spanish translations and insertions to the original text, written by Tony-award-winning In the Heights composer Lin-Manuel Miranda. The chance for new film audiences to see the musical with this additional context is one we shouldn’t pass up for anything.
So, the article has some valid points.
But I have this question to follow up: why a remake of West Side Story before a Hollywood adaptation of In the Heights?
Yes, I’m biased because I love the classic film, but c’mon… In the Heights.
No, bad Spielberg.
No, no, Spielberg. Bad director. No remakes.
You know what this adultery needs? SANDWICHES.
Hot, toasted sandwiches. UNNNNHHHH, YEAAAAAAAAH
I’m really glad Bill Murray mentioned Harold Ramis.
The look on Bill Murray’s face is breaking my heart.
Yeah, that last gif hurts my heart to look at, his face is so heartbroken. :(
iSN’T CONSENT BEAUTIFUL
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Look who’s got the best bookmark ?!
Someone please mass-produce these IMMEDIATELY. We really really need a Cumberbomb bookmark.
This is a beautiful thing.
Yep. Making this happen.