Where were you, Charles?

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mcavoyclub:

James McAvoy attends the screening of The Weinstein Company’s ‘The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby’ hosted by Prada and The Cinema Society at Landmark Sunshine Cinema on September 10, 2014 in New York City.

mcavoyclub:

James McAvoy attends the screening of The Weinstein Company’s ‘The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby’ hosted by Prada and The Cinema Society at Landmark Sunshine Cinema on September 10, 2014 in New York City.

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abitto:

This one has defeated me. I tried colouring it but it just won’t happen.
You win this round, GotG.

abitto:

This one has defeated me. I tried colouring it but it just won’t happen.

You win this round, GotG.

destiel-demon-angel:

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waltherwhites:

remember when the doctor took the midnight train going anywhere

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Let’s not.

Let’s not.

Oh no

Oh no

Are all the comments in twos on this?

Are all the comments in twos on this?

Stop that, it isn’t funny

Stop that, it isn’t funny

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James McAvoy, photographed by Matthew Brookes for InStyle, May 2014

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council in mass effect : 'ah yes, 'reapers'
council in mass effect 2: ah yes,'reapers'
council in mass effect 3: .. get shepard

Rage and Serenity from the soundtrack is practically a love theme for Charles and Erik because it’s a combination of their own individual Leitmotifs. This essay explains in more detail what makes the piece so poignant.
“…at 0:42, a small melodic motif is introduced, which seems to generally be used as Charles’ theme in the film. This continues to play as Charles acts as a mentor and friend to Erik, showing him the memory, and telling him to try again.
At 1:19 in the song, Erik’s theme comes in. Now, Erik has two themes: a calmer, somewhat arpeggiated electric guitar riff, and a more intense “Magneto” theme, generally used when he is doing something violent. The one used here is the calmer one. However, instead of taking over the music entirely, the guitar actually plays the theme in counterpoint to Charles’ theme, not sacrificing its unique timbre, but still blending in with the orchestra to create an amazing sound. The song builds to a climax as Erik finally moves the dish, and then fades away gently as Erik smiles and laughs, and Charles pats him on the back proudly.
This, more than anything, really enforces the metaphor that Erik and Charles are Rage and Serenity. They have their individual strengths and advantages, but they are stronger when working together to reach a single goal. And working together doesn’t erase either of their individual qualities—Erik is still Rage and Charles is still Serenity, just as the guitar is still a guitar and the orchestra is still an orchestra. Together, they create something new and better, something more than a sum of its parts, as the popular saying goes. That’s why the relationship between Charles and Erik is so powerful, and why this scene is so emotionally charged—they were practically made for each other, each perfectly complementing the other.”

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nedthepiemaker:

OSRIC

nedthepiemaker:

OSRIC

myfriendimsorry:

James McAvoy - 28/???

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andybebop:

all i ever think about are domestic!au charles and erik having intense telepathic arguments with each other from across the house and then when erik’s too fed up he’s just like “fuck you i’m putting on the helmet” “don’t you da—ERIK

vorkosigans:

fandom meme - nine characters: Legion (Mass Effect)

Tali: Legion, the answer to your question was “Yes”.
Legion: I know, Tali. But thank you. Keelah se’lai.

wintersoldierbuckyybarnes:

current celebrity crushes [5/?]

↳ James McAvoy

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