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Trailer Premiere: Guardians of the Galaxy. Like the poster says, you’re welcome. Guardians of the Galaxy hits theaters August 1st, 2014. - Britt. 

Trailer Premiere: Guardians of the Galaxy

Like the poster says, you’re welcome. 
Guardians of the Galaxy hits theaters August 1st, 2014. 

- Britt. 


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REBLOG if you can’t stop talking about Divergent! What was your favorite part from the movie? http://bit.ly/DIVERGENTtix

divergentmovie:

REBLOG if you can’t stop talking about Divergent! What was your favorite part from the movie? http://bit.ly/DIVERGENTtix

Divergent marks the first time I have ever seen a teenage girl articulate, in no uncertain terms, that her body belongs to her. That she gets to decide who touches it, and how, and when. That her yes and her no are final, and unambiguous, and worthy of respect.

Divergent is important.

- Beth Lalonde 

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"You put the killing thing right between your teeth, but you don’t give it the power to do its killing." - Augustus Waters. Reblog if you you’re like us and hate every single one of your friends who recommended this damn book. We’re still bitter over the tears we shed over Augustus Waters and Ansel Elgort’s adorable face is making it much worse. - Britt. 

"You put the killing thing right between your teeth, but you don’t give it the power to do its killing." - Augustus Waters. 

Reblog if you you’re like us and hate every single one of your friends who recommended this damn book. We’re still bitter over the tears we shed over Augustus Waters and Ansel Elgort’s adorable face is making it much worse. 
- Britt. 

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boom. CLAP.
The sound of my heart, the beat goes on and on, and on…

….you make me feel good. Come on to me, come on to me now….

boom. CLAP. That’s all it took for us to fall in love with Augustus Waters, we fell in love the way you fall asleep. Slowly, and then all at once. Oh, the heartache. Oh, the tears. Oh, the ANGER. How could you do this to us again? It’s bad enough when you first read the book, the movie will be downright torture but it’s a bittersweet pain we all know we’ll gladly go through. With the film’s release fast approaching, it’s no wonder you can already pre-order the soundtrack that will rip our hearts out this summer! The soundtrack includes music all-stars such as Charli XCX, Birdy, Ed Sheeran, Tom Odell, Lykke Li  as well as many more. However, Charli XCX’s single has been one of the first to be released and it is a jam for those long summer nights when you need to dance your naturally tan booty’ off. Press play, let all your worries wash away as fast as you can clap your hands and take a look at the full track list for the official movie soundtrack of The Fault in Our Stars which you can pre-order on iTunes TODAY: 

  1. All of the Stars - Ed Sheeran. 
  2. Simple As This - Jake Bugg. 
  3. Let Me In - Grouplove. 
  4. Best Shot - Birdy & Jaymes Young. 
  5. All I Want - Kodaline. 
  6. Long Way Down - Tom Odell. 
  7. Boom Clap - Charli XCX. 
  8. While I’m Alive - STRFKR.
  9. Oblivion - Indians. 
  10. Strange Things Will Happen - The Radio Dept. 
  11. Bomfalleralla - Afasi & Filthy. 
  12. Without Words - Ray LaMontagne. 
  13. Not About Angels - Birdy. 
  14. No One Ever Loved - Lykke Li. 
  15. Wait - M83. 
  16. Tee Shirt (Bonus Track) - Birdy. 

When you pre-order the album on iTunes, you will also receive Birdy’s track “Not About Angels” along with Charli XCX’s “Boom Clap” or you can stream both tracks via Spotify.
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You see, the fault, dear readers, is not in our stars, but in ourselves. 
- Britt. 

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Trailer Premiere: Girl Meets World. MR. F…F…F…F…FEENY. Nineties children unite! This is what we’ve been waiting for. The couple that made us believe in true love are about to grace our television screens once again as parents. Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence defined a generation, and if their children are anything like them, then they will define theirs. Coming soon to Disney Channel…Girl Meets World, the spin-off of the hit series Boy Meets World. She’ll stop living in her father’s world when she makes it her own and we can’t wait to see what she’ll make of it. - Britt. 

Trailer Premiere: Girl Meets World

MR. F…F…F…F…FEENY. 
Nineties children unite! This is what we’ve been waiting for. The couple that made us believe in true love are about to grace our television screens once again as parents. Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence defined a generation, and if their children are anything like them, then they will define theirs. 

Coming soon to Disney Channel…Girl Meets World, the spin-off of the hit series Boy Meets World. She’ll stop living in her father’s world when she makes it her own and we can’t wait to see what she’ll make of it. 
- Britt. 

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I give myself very good advice, but I very seldom follow it….oh, how relevant a quote can be. Goodness me, it’s been a while since I uploaded a personal post! I thought this was a great chance to let you guys know (and see) that I’m not a phantom who only pops up every so often. Also I wanted to take this chance to sincerely thank all of you for following this blog, it means the world to me and I couldn’t be more grateful. Side note, I ended up visiting Walt Disney World on Thursday to celebrate my mum’s birthday and I met Alice from Alice in Wonderland. We chatted about painting the roses red and while our conversation wasn’t terribly long, it did help a bit when it came to the hole in my heart that was left by the ending of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. However, Miss Sophie Lowe will always be my favorite Alice!
- Britt.  

I give myself very good advice, but I very seldom follow it….oh, how relevant a quote can be. Goodness me, it’s been a while since I uploaded a personal post! I thought this was a great chance to let you guys know (and see) that I’m not a phantom who only pops up every so often. Also I wanted to take this chance to sincerely thank all of you for following this blog, it means the world to me and I couldn’t be more grateful. 

Side note, I ended up visiting Walt Disney World on Thursday to celebrate my mum’s birthday and I met Alice from Alice in Wonderland. We chatted about painting the roses red and while our conversation wasn’t terribly long, it did help a bit when it came to the hole in my heart that was left by the ending of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. However, Miss Sophie Lowe will always be my favorite Alice!

- Britt.  



Star-Crossed x The 100.
The CW’s ever-changing television line-up is one that not even the best of us TV-fanatics can keep up with. However, this year has proven to be quite a good year for our resident game-changers with the renewal of newcomer’s Reign and The Originals but what’s more is the premiere of two thirteen-episode series that have been making a movement since being added to the roster. The first, Star-Crossed, a sci-fi romance reminiscent of Romeo and Juliet, starring 90210 veteran Matt Lanter and Aimee Teegarden. The second, The 100, a post-armageddon survival story about 100 teenagers who have grown up in space sent to Earth 100 years after civilization was wiped out on the planet. Star-Crossed explores the relationship between humans and the alien-race known as the Atrians who crash landed on their planet which in turn started a war between the two species. While the battle took place, a young Atrian boy known as Roman (Matt Lanter) found his way into a family’s shed where he met young Emery Whitehill (Aimee Teegarden) and they quickly bonded while she brought him food and comfort. Roman was soon found out by the authorities and captured, Emery never knew what truly happened to him. Ten years later, the humans and the Atrians have come to an uneasy truce. The Atrians live separately from the humans in a heavily-guarded compound known as the Sector and for the first time, a group of Atrian students are being acclimated into a human high-school. Emery is shocked to find out that Roman is one of those Atrian students and with this reveal, their relationship goes from one of friendship to something more. 
Ninety-seven years ago, civilization was wiped out when nuclear Armageddon decimated planet Earth. The only survivors were those living on 12 international space stations, three generations being born in space but when they start to run out of resources, drastic measures must be taken. The first being secretly exiling one hundred juvenile prisoners to Earth to test whether or not it’s inhabitable. The 100 follows the lives of not only the children sent to the ground but the lives of those still living on the Ark, the combination of the twelve space stations that were still in orbit when the planet was decimated. Grade A-, The 100 compels binge-watching according to Newsday. Many publications have given their opinion of what “The 100” is and in my honest opinion, there is no way to truly capture the essence of this show within a few paragraphs. You have to watch the show, it’s as simple as that. Based off the book by Kass Morgan, The 100 grabs you out of your seat and keeps you on the edge from beginning to end each week. It’s one show we become more and more impatient about waiting a whole week to see what happens next! Whether you are looking for a post-apopcalyptic survival story or out of this world romance, the CW Network has what you’re looking for with Star-Crossed and The 100! Tune into Star-Crossed on Monday’s at 8pm and The 100 on Wednesday’s, after hit series Arrow, at 9pm. P.S. William Shatner (Captain James T. Kirk of the starship Enterprise, anyone?) will be living tweeting The 100 this Wednesday and trust me, you won’t want to miss it! - Britt. 

Star-Crossed x The 100.

The CW’s ever-changing television line-up is one that not even the best of us TV-fanatics can keep up with. However, this year has proven to be quite a good year for our resident game-changers with the renewal of newcomer’s Reign and The Originals but what’s more is the premiere of two thirteen-episode series that have been making a movement since being added to the roster. The first, Star-Crossed, a sci-fi romance reminiscent of Romeo and Juliet, starring 90210 veteran Matt Lanter and Aimee Teegarden. The second, The 100, a post-armageddon survival story about 100 teenagers who have grown up in space sent to Earth 100 years after civilization was wiped out on the planet. 

Star-Crossed explores the relationship between humans and the alien-race known as the Atrians who crash landed on their planet which in turn started a war between the two species. While the battle took place, a young Atrian boy known as Roman (Matt Lanter) found his way into a family’s shed where he met young Emery Whitehill (Aimee Teegarden) and they quickly bonded while she brought him food and comfort. Roman was soon found out by the authorities and captured, Emery never knew what truly happened to him. Ten years later, the humans and the Atrians have come to an uneasy truce. The Atrians live separately from the humans in a heavily-guarded compound known as the Sector and for the first time, a group of Atrian students are being acclimated into a human high-school. Emery is shocked to find out that Roman is one of those Atrian students and with this reveal, their relationship goes from one of friendship to something more. 

Ninety-seven years ago, civilization was wiped out when nuclear Armageddon decimated planet Earth. The only survivors were those living on 12 international space stations, three generations being born in space but when they start to run out of resources, drastic measures must be taken. The first being secretly exiling one hundred juvenile prisoners to Earth to test whether or not it’s inhabitable. The 100 follows the lives of not only the children sent to the ground but the lives of those still living on the Ark, the combination of the twelve space stations that were still in orbit when the planet was decimated. Grade A-, The 100 compels binge-watching according to Newsday. Many publications have given their opinion of what “The 100” is and in my honest opinion, there is no way to truly capture the essence of this show within a few paragraphs. You have to watch the show, it’s as simple as that. Based off the book by Kass Morgan, The 100 grabs you out of your seat and keeps you on the edge from beginning to end each week. It’s one show we become more and more impatient about waiting a whole week to see what happens next! 

Whether you are looking for a post-apopcalyptic survival story or out of this world romance, the CW Network has what you’re looking for with Star-Crossed and The 100! Tune into Star-Crossed on Monday’s at 8pm and The 100 on Wednesday’s, after hit series Arrow, at 9pm. 

P.S. William Shatner (Captain James T. Kirk of the starship Enterprise, anyone?) will be living tweeting The 100 this Wednesday and trust me, you won’t want to miss it! 
- Britt. 

London Grammar | Devil Inside (from Game of Thrones Season 4 trailer)

The devil is at your door but it’s not a hideous monster you see standing on the other side, it’s yourself. This haunting cover of Devil Inside by our faves in London Grammar sets the tone of the ominous final trailer for the fourth season of Game of Thrones, the critically acclaimed HBO series based off of George R.R. Martin’s novels. What demons will come out to play this year from the inhabitants of Westeros after the tragedy that struck during the Red Wedding. 

#nowplaying….
- Britt. 

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