lizherondales:

So you’d better run before I strike you d o w n.

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jaclcfrost:

how i deal with my feelings

  • never talk about them
  • barely acknowledge them
  • hope they go away
  • i don’t, basically
  • that’s what i’m saying
  • i do not deal with my feelings

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A Brief History of Jennifer Lawrence and Woody Harrelson’s Love for Each Other
Jennifer Lawrence likes her Hunger Games co-star Woody Harrelson so much that, in this month’s Vanity Fair cover story, she tells V.F. contributing editor Sam Kashner that she does not even care that Harrelson is a raw vegan—high praise coming from a Cool Ranch Doritos carb fiend who dismisses gluten-free diets as “the new cool eating disorder.” Harrelson so appreciates Lawrence that he spent an hour talking to Kashner about his Hunger Games co-star for the piece. We’ve compiled the pair’s latest round of compliments for each other (many of which did not make the cover story), with their past praises for a compendium of their on-the-record love fests.
Woody Harrelson: [On the first time they met] I have this hippy bus that I call “The Mother Ship.” And I was in there—I can’t remember what I was doing, but, anyway, I was in there, and I hear someone coming up the steps. And I hear her voice before I see her … [V.F. outtake]
Jennifer Lawrence: I was so nervous [to meet Woody]. I had been practicing what I was going to say in my trailer because I couldn’t decide if I was going to go with “Hey, how are ya, I’m Jen!” or “Hi Woody, it’s such an honor to meet you, I’m Jennifer.” [Entertainment Weekly]
Harrelson: And she says, “Hi, Woody. It’s Jen Lawrence. I just wanted to say”—and then she comes into view, you know, and she sees immediately that I have a yoga swing in there. She goes, “Is that a sex swing?” [Laughter] I said, “Well, I guess it could be.” … It’s like she doesn’t have a censor. I really love that in people—I guess some people I don’t love it in, but in her it’s wonderful. [V.F. outtake]
Lawrence: [Woody’s Hunger Games character] Haymitch is this drunk, seemingly I-don’t-care guy, but then Woody’s got the sweetest, kindest eyes. When he looks at you and when you see him on camera you just see love and tenderness and caring. He has that rough look and that rough Haymitch way of talking, but all of it is betrayed by his eyes. [Entertainment Weekly]
Harrelson: She’s a deep gal … she feels things really deeply. And as soon as she feels it, she reacts immediately and, you know, almost like a child would react immediately, as opposed to an adult who sometimes takes in something and, you know, there’s a delay… . She’s so true, it’s staggering. [V.F. outtake]
Lawrence: Woody Harrelson is one of my closest friends in the entire world. [V.F. outtake]
Harrelson: She’s one of my favorite people on the planet, and I can’t imagine my life without her… . When I think about the fact that I did turn down The Hunger Games [at first] and had to be [talked into it by director Gary Ross], I think to myself the thing that I would miss more than anything—you know, certainly, I’d want to be a part of The Hunger Games just generally in the other aspects, but not getting to know Jen is just, like, inconceivable. [V.F. outtake]
Lawrence: The two of them [Woody Harrelson and Lenny Kravitz] are so weird because normally when you’re in famous people’s presence, the last thing you are is relaxed, but they both have this calming vibe about them. [Den of Geek]
Harrelson: I am, sometimes, I’ve got to admit, a bit of a butthole this way, but I will try to make people laugh sometimes during a scene, you know. And so—but you can’t, you just can’t make her laugh, she’s so in it. And, actually, the times I have tried to, it just shamed me because she was so just completely in the scene; it just shamed me for being outside of the scene, you know. [V.F. outtake]
Lawrence: Woody and I have never really spoken about acting. We’re very similar. Francis [Lawrence] always makes fun of me, because I show up on set and I have no idea what we’re doing or even if I have a line. So he’ll text me in the morning: “Do you have any idea what we’re doing? No? O.K., let me tell you.” And last year Woody goes, “Man! I’ve never worked with somebody who makes me feel like I’m workin’ too hard!” [Vanity Fair]
Harrelson: I watched her grow into amazingly the biggest female star in the world, you know. And it’s staggering to me how much she’s been able to just hold onto her basic decency and just her amazing marvelous spirit, you know, which is always nurturing other people. And like, she’s always involved all the time with—she helps people, she does things. She’s very maternal, in a way. I think she’ll make a great mother. [V.F. outtake]
Lawrence: Woody is perfection. [Entertainment Weekly]
Harrelson: I take my hat off to her because, you know, it’s easy for someone to become an asshole when they get that much attention and you get that many people telling you you’re great. You know, it’s not terrible, the people telling you you’re great; what’s a terrible thing is when you start believing it. [V.F. outtake]
Lawrence: Woody Harrelson in a cropped top was my favorite … He got really hot [at a party] and wanted to borrow a shirt of mine because he wore a thermal and the only thing he could fit in was a baggy crop top. And the best part is nobody mentioned it! The whole party, like nobody said anything. They’re just like, “Yeah, Woody’s in a crop top.” [People]
Harrelson: Jennifer doesn’t have a trace of arrogance … She’s not trying to put on any airs or be anyone she’s not. She’s the real deal. She’s just this frickin’ amazing gal from Kentucky who hit it big. [Rolling Stone]
Lawrence: [At a party she and Woody] started a thing called Sanchez, which is where you snap your finger and swipe it across somebody’s face. We were licking our fingers and swiping it. So somebody invited his wife over, and she came in with a friend, and they were both in dresses and high heels. When they walked in, I was chasing Woody over a couch. We flipped the couch over and he was shoving a sock down my throat. So we had fun. And then we went to this amazing mansion and started doing cartwheels.” [Vanity Fair]
Harrelson: She is one-of-a-kind, man. She is so herself. [Vogue]
Lawrence: Woody. I love Woody. [Vanity Fair]
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A Brief History of Jennifer Lawrence and Woody Harrelson’s Love for Each Other

Jennifer Lawrence likes her Hunger Games co-star Woody Harrelson so much that, in this month’s Vanity Fair cover story, she tells V.F. contributing editor Sam Kashner that she does not even care that Harrelson is a raw vegan—high praise coming from a Cool Ranch Doritos carb fiend who dismisses gluten-free diets as “the new cool eating disorder.” Harrelson so appreciates Lawrence that he spent an hour talking to Kashner about his Hunger Games co-star for the piece. We’ve compiled the pair’s latest round of compliments for each other (many of which did not make the cover story), with their past praises for a compendium of their on-the-record love fests.

Woody Harrelson: [On the first time they met] I have this hippy bus that I call “The Mother Ship.” And I was in there—I can’t remember what I was doing, but, anyway, I was in there, and I hear someone coming up the steps. And I hear her voice before I see her … [V.F. outtake]

Jennifer Lawrence: I was so nervous [to meet Woody]. I had been practicing what I was going to say in my trailer because I couldn’t decide if I was going to go with “Hey, how are ya, I’m Jen!” or “Hi Woody, it’s such an honor to meet you, I’m Jennifer.” [Entertainment Weekly]

Harrelson: And she says, “Hi, Woody. It’s Jen Lawrence. I just wanted to say”—and then she comes into view, you know, and she sees immediately that I have a yoga swing in there. She goes, “Is that a sex swing?” [Laughter] I said, “Well, I guess it could be.” … It’s like she doesn’t have a censor. I really love that in people—I guess some people I don’t love it in, but in her it’s wonderful. [V.F. outtake]

Lawrence: [Woody’s Hunger Games character] Haymitch is this drunk, seemingly I-don’t-care guy, but then Woody’s got the sweetest, kindest eyes. When he looks at you and when you see him on camera you just see love and tenderness and caring. He has that rough look and that rough Haymitch way of talking, but all of it is betrayed by his eyes. [Entertainment Weekly]

Harrelson: She’s a deep gal … she feels things really deeply. And as soon as she feels it, she reacts immediately and, you know, almost like a child would react immediately, as opposed to an adult who sometimes takes in something and, you know, there’s a delay… . She’s so true, it’s staggering. [V.F. outtake]

Lawrence: Woody Harrelson is one of my closest friends in the entire world. [V.F. outtake]

Harrelson: She’s one of my favorite people on the planet, and I can’t imagine my life without her… . When I think about the fact that I did turn down The Hunger Games [at first] and had to be [talked into it by director Gary Ross], I think to myself the thing that I would miss more than anything—you know, certainly, I’d want to be a part of The Hunger Games just generally in the other aspects, but not getting to know Jen is just, like, inconceivable. [V.F. outtake]

Lawrence: The two of them [Woody Harrelson and Lenny Kravitz] are so weird because normally when you’re in famous people’s presence, the last thing you are is relaxed, but they both have this calming vibe about them. [Den of Geek]

Harrelson: I am, sometimes, I’ve got to admit, a bit of a butthole this way, but I will try to make people laugh sometimes during a scene, you know. And so—but you can’t, you just can’t make her laugh, she’s so in it. And, actually, the times I have tried to, it just shamed me because she was so just completely in the scene; it just shamed me for being outside of the scene, you know. [V.F. outtake]

Lawrence: Woody and I have never really spoken about acting. We’re very similar. Francis [Lawrence] always makes fun of me, because I show up on set and I have no idea what we’re doing or even if I have a line. So he’ll text me in the morning: “Do you have any idea what we’re doing? No? O.K., let me tell you.” And last year Woody goes, “Man! I’ve never worked with somebody who makes me feel like I’m workin’ too hard!” [Vanity Fair]

Harrelson: I watched her grow into amazingly the biggest female star in the world, you know. And it’s staggering to me how much she’s been able to just hold onto her basic decency and just her amazing marvelous spirit, you know, which is always nurturing other people. And like, she’s always involved all the time with—she helps people, she does things. She’s very maternal, in a way. I think she’ll make a great mother. [V.F. outtake]

Lawrence: Woody is perfection. [Entertainment Weekly]

Harrelson: I take my hat off to her because, you know, it’s easy for someone to become an asshole when they get that much attention and you get that many people telling you you’re great. You know, it’s not terrible, the people telling you you’re great; what’s a terrible thing is when you start believing it. [V.F. outtake]

Lawrence: Woody Harrelson in a cropped top was my favorite … He got really hot [at a party] and wanted to borrow a shirt of mine because he wore a thermal and the only thing he could fit in was a baggy crop top. And the best part is nobody mentioned it! The whole party, like nobody said anything. They’re just like, “Yeah, Woody’s in a crop top.” [People]

Harrelson: Jennifer doesn’t have a trace of arrogance … She’s not trying to put on any airs or be anyone she’s not. She’s the real deal. She’s just this frickin’ amazing gal from Kentucky who hit it big. [Rolling Stone]

Lawrence: [At a party she and Woody] started a thing called Sanchez, which is where you snap your finger and swipe it across somebody’s face. We were licking our fingers and swiping it. So somebody invited his wife over, and she came in with a friend, and they were both in dresses and high heels. When they walked in, I was chasing Woody over a couch. We flipped the couch over and he was shoving a sock down my throat. So we had fun. And then we went to this amazing mansion and started doing cartwheels.” [Vanity Fair]

Harrelson: She is one-of-a-kind, man. She is so herself. [Vogue]

Lawrence: Woody. I love Woody. [Vanity Fair]

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Album Art

weeping-who-girl:

David Tennant saying seriously in his American accent

Someone asked for a soundbyte of this last night, so I thought I’d share it with everyone :)

ArtistEmmett Carver
TitleSeriously
AlbumDavid Tennant