1. popculturebrain:

    Trailer: The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Sept 14

    Written and directed by Stephen Chbosky, starring Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, Ezra Miller, Paul Rudd, Mae Whitman, Nina Dobrev, Kate Walsh and Dylan McDermott.

    Perks trailer!

     

  2. Avengers x Winnie the Pooh

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  3. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

    1. Thomas Lincoln [standing aghast]: You've killed us.
    2. Abraham Lincoln: On the contrary... I've killed him.
    3. Thomas Lincoln: More will come.
    4. Abraham Lincoln [walking away]: Then I shall need more stakes.
     

  4. New book!

     

  5. OMG WHY DIDN’T I HAVE THIS WHOLE SERIES AS A KID??!

     

  6. Excerpt from Shel Silverstein’s The Missing Piece Meets the Big O

    (Source: shelsilverstein.yolasite.com)

     

  7. mcarv:

    Four Icons series by Kyle Tezak

     

  8. usuallytaylor:

    I love this book.

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  9. The Chronicles of Narnia really misled me about Turkish Delight. Have you ever tried it? Because it is not delicious. Or delightful.
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    (via kaytee)

    Really, Edmund? You went all Judas on your siblings for turkish delight? Really??!

    (Source: kaytee)

     


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  11. We love these books, dearly and uncritically, the way we love the smell of our first girlfriend’s perfume, no matter how cheap or tacky it might have been. Let’s be honest: We all know that Ulysses and A la recherché du temps perdu are “better” books than The Velveteen Rabbit or The Little Prince, but come on—which would you take with you on a spaceship to salvage from the dying Earth?
     

  12. Official synopsis:

    “I once had a girl, or should I say, she once had me.”

    The melancholy tune and sentiment of this classic Beatles song seems to have taken the life of Toru Watanabe (Kenichi Matsuyama), who is similarly uncertain as to how he should view his relationships. At heart, a quiet and serious young Tokyo college student in 1969, Watanabe, is deeply devoted to his first love, Naoko (Rinko Kikuchi), a beautiful and introspective young woman. But their mutual passion is made by the tragic death of their best friend years before. Watanabe lives with the influence of death everywhere, while Naoko feels as if some integral part of her has been permanently lost. On the night of Naoko’s 20th birthday, they finally made love to each other. However, shortly thereafter Naoko decided to quit college and become a recluse. It is at that time Midori (Kiko Mizuhara) – a girl who is everything that Naoko is not !X outgoing, vivacious, supremely self-confident – marches into Watanabe!|s life and he has to choose between his future and his past.

    Wow.. they’re turning one of my favorite Murakami books into a movie. My expectations are low based on most movie adaptations, but i’m loving the cinematography of these stills already.

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  13. Look, other bands, they want to make it about sex or pain, but you know, The Beatles, they had it all figured out, okay? “I Want to Hold Your Hand.” The first single. It’s effing brilliant, right? That’s what everybody wants, Nicky. They don’t want a twenty-four-hour hump sesh, they don’t want to be married to you for a hundred years. They just want to hold your hand.
    — Thom (Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist) (via sade) (via leeshiebean) (via quote-book)
     


  14. We are walking down the street holding hands. There is a playground at the end of the block, and I run to the swings and I climb on and Henry takes the one next to me facing the opposite direction. And we swing higher and higher passing each other, sometimes in sync and sometimes streaming past each other so fast that it seems we are going to collide. And we laugh and laugh, and nothing can ever be sad, no one can be lost or dead or far away. Right now we are here and nothing can mar our perfection or steal the joy of this perfect moment.
    — Clare Abshire, The Time Traveler’s Wife
     

  15. almostlovers:

    The Lovely Bones trailer, directed by Peter Jackson

    I’ve been waiting for this movie for ages, and it looks even more beautiful than I expected. (which should be of no surprise, since the cinematographer is Andrew Lesnie, who worked on the LOTR movies with Peter Jackson)

    This was a pretty amazing book.