PLEASE can someone (who knows how to edit a video properly - unlike me!) make a video showing people exactly why Colin DESERVES to win Best Actor at the NTAs this year.
He is such an AMAZING actor, with such incredible range.
And I honestly think that he has worked his socks off, above and beyond Benedict and Matt, in 2012.
Merlin was, at times, let down by it’s script, but Colin ALWAYS delivered. I love them all - but Colin Morgan has truly earned this one.
So… just in case some people need prompting/reminding/convincing, I think a video would really help!
Plus it would be a nice tribute to his part in making ‘Merlin’ great.
(I just want him to get the recognition he deserves!)
I think we should all vote for Merlin/Colin Morgan.
I know Matt Smith and Doctor Who are in the categories and I know Benedict Cumberbatch and Sherlock are in the categories, but…come on. Colin deserves to know that five years worth of acting weren’t for nothing.
VOTE FOR COLIN!
Do as your King commands, vote for Merlin (and Colin) at the NTA (here). Make sure you go through all the categories and enter your email address at the end so your vote counts.
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You can vote overseas for this and everyone in UK and Ireland MUST vote for Colin and Merlin in their groups otherwise the ghost of uther will come back to haunt you… here’s the link http://www.nationaltvawards.com/vote
When your fandoms collide…
This is, quite simply, stunning - and needs to be seen by more people!
Five glorious minutes of ‘This is War’ featuring all four fabulous Series of Merlin.
All hail cb_eaglemaniac! So excited for Series 5!
Cutest dog, really great, funny song, and the loveliest spirit that went into making it… “Happy still am I… I love me life, I love me house, and I love me family. And the thing that makes it all OK - my family loves me!”
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…or much of it at least (though Kim Possible was before my time and not sure what’s next to it diagonally)… And there was also The Moomins, Barney and Friends, Top Cat, The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Hong Kong Phooey, Jim Henson’s Mother Goose, Fireman Sam, Thomas the Tank Engine, Play School, Fantastic Four, Spiderman, Batman, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Wacky Races, Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry Kids, The Woody Woodpecker Show, Sylverster and Tweety Mysteries, Thunderbirds, Joe 90, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers, Duck Tales, Tale Spin, Deputy Dawg, The Smurfs, Poddington Peas, Oakie Doke, Charlie Chalk, William’s Wish Wellinftons, The Addams Family, The Racoons, Transylvania Pet Shop, Casper the Friendly Ghost, Tales of the Tooth Faries, Bodger and Badger, Bananas in Pyjamas, 2 Stupid Dogs, I am Weasel, The Cramp Twins, The Fairy OddParents, Blue’s Clues, Clifford the Big Red Dog, Kipper, Franklin the Turtle, Mona the Vampire, Dennis the Menace, The Mask, Teletubbies, The Tweenies, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Totally Spies, Cardcaptors, Jimmy Neutron, The Mummy: The Animated Series, Inspector Gadget, The Pink Panther, Danger Mouse, ZZZAP!, Yogi Bear, Catch the Pigeon, Rocko’s Modern Life, The Super Mario Bros. Super Show, Sonic the Hedgehog, Peter Pan and the Pirates, Gummi Bears, Brum, The Magic Roundabout, The Wombles, Oh, Mr Toad!, Tiny Toons, Dappledown Farm, The Muppet Babies, Spot, Rosie and Jim, Rainbow, Wizadora, The Gingerbread Man, Morph, Mr Benn, Huxley Pig, Spider in the Bath, Funny Bones, Rupert, Bump the Elephant, Hector’s House, Old Bear Stories, Paddington Bear, Tots TV, Pingu, Playdays, Noddy, Sooty & Co. etc. etc. Not to mention the all live action shows like Sabrina the Teenage Witch and The Queen’s Nose…
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I haven’t posted for an aaaaage - and I haven’t see The Avengers Assemble yet - and I’m only really familiar with The Hulk and Captain America - (although my Thor rental from LoveFilm did arrive today, so it won’t be long now until I go to the cinema and transform into an Avengers junkie)… but this was too good not to reblog immediately!
Via For Doppleheads
Some evil little s**ts made my Mum cry - and she was only just able to tell me, she welled up again when she did so.
Not yet 50, she was leaving her work, walking with a stick as she must do now, exhibiting a slight limp that people often overlooked before the pain became such that she was advised to always use a walking aid. Previously she would soldier on, very stoic, only occasionally leaning on my arm or using her ‘emergency’ stick. One leg is 10cm shorter than the other, her left shoe is built up as much as possible to make up for the shortfall.
She passed a group of young punks, with red and yellow hair and bubble boots, trying achingly hard to be cool. Not that their cultural affiliation or age is particularly important - shouting abuse at strangers is, after all, sadly not confined to the punk movement, nor teenagers. One of the boys was doubtless trying to impress the girls he was with. Apparently it worked because, when he shouted “FUCKING CRIPPLE” as she walked past, they giggled.