"She was clever and brave and kind and funny. And had more love in one heart, than I could ever have in two."

(Source: lady-helena-bonham-crawley, via sonicsong89)


Through crimson stars and silent stars and tumbling nebulas like oceans set on fire, through empires of glass and civilizations of pure thought, and a whole, terrible, wonderful universe of impossibilities. 
You see these eyes? They're old eyes...
Through crimson stars and silent stars and tumbling nebulas like oceans set on fire, through empires of glass and civilizations of pure thought, and a whole, terrible, wonderful universe of impossibilities.
You see these eyes? They're old eyes...

(via lost-neverlander)

Matt Smith on Alex Kingston (Wizard World Chicago)

Fan: Do you have a favorite side character on Doctor Who beside your lovely companions?
Matt Smith: Good question. I really liked Vincent actually, you know, he was cool. Craig Owens I really liked, he was cool.
Audience: *shouts* Alex Kingston!
Karen Gillan: Alex Kingston!
Matt Smith: Oh, yeah, no, she's part of the family, Alex.
John Barrowman, the man who brought Captain Jack Harkness to life on “Doctor Who” and its spinoff “Torchwood,” told The TV Addict that he and Alex Kingston, who plays River Song on “Doctor Who,” met at a party and instantly hit it off.

The two, who have both appeared on The CW’s “Arrow,” met at theater producer Cameron Mackintosh’s house in London for an anniversary celebration.

“We didn’t even say anything, we just looked at each other and went, ‘Aaaaaahhh! My god!’ We got a glass of champagne and started talking about how it would be great if River and Jack — actually, she said River and Jack should have their own TV show,” Barrowman said. “Then as we talked more, we realized that we’re both born on the same day. We’re both March 11 babies and we have so much in common. We like a lot of the same things and our attitude towards stuff is very, very similar. It struck a chord with us because that’s why River and Jack are very similar characters, in their attitude and their fun and their aggression, we are the same in real life — which is really ironic.”

lizziecorday:

You can’t see me can you. You look at me and you can’t see me. Do you know what it’s like? I’m right here, standing in front of you.

You’re always here to me. And I always listen. And I can always see you. 

 

(via areyoumarriedriver)