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HAPPY BIRTHDAY to [livejournal.com profile] jxisxthexnuts and [livejournal.com profile] random_serious!!!

Wish you the best girls :)

Now SPN!!!
CW promo: Supernatural winning People's Choice Awards(no spoilers)



A beautiful Dean-Castiel video (as the vidder said when everything I am is lost, I have forgot but you have not; when I am lost, you have not lost me. For feedback, go here.




Something interesting about Jensen: here. Thanks Lee.

Apparently Jensen audictioned for a role in the last Gillian movie. As Lee pointed out he didn't get the role because they wanted a younger actor (as it happened) or because was interested in that project because he thought that with the writer's strike S3 could end up with only 12 eps and he got half of the year free?(yeah I am quoting you babe).

I think Jensen is really missing opportunities...

About S6, if S5 will go on without being so epic as it should be, did Kripke already know about the renewal?

Gaia pics are coming!!!
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY to [livejournal.com profile] jxisxthexnuts and [livejournal.com profile] random_serious!!!

Wish you the best girls :)

Now SPN!!!
CW promo: Supernatural winning People's Choice Awards(no spoilers)



A beautiful Dean-Castiel video (as the vidder said when everything I am is lost, I have forgot but you have not; when I am lost, you have not lost me. For feedback, go here.




Something interesting about Jensen: here. Thanks Lee.

Apparently Jensen audictioned for a role in the last Gillian movie. As Lee pointed out he didn't get the role because they wanted a younger actor (as it happened) or because was interested in that project because he thought that with the writer's strike S3 could end up with only 12 eps and he got half of the year free?(yeah I am quoting you babe).

I think Jensen is really missing opportunities...

About S6, if S5 will go on without being so epic as it should be, did Kripke already know about the renewal?

Gaia pics are coming!!!
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I was looking for some pics on the net and I found these, taken from an Australian polar base.


They are stunning.

Nature is the best show around )
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I was looking for some pics on the net and I found these, taken from an Australian polar base.


They are stunning.

Nature is the best show around )
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Finally the results are public.

May you rest in peace now, Heath.

May all the people who have slung mud at you, shut up now.

You will be missed.
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Finally the results are public.

May you rest in peace now, Heath.

May all the people who have slung mud at you, shut up now.

You will be missed.
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This is something Heath would have been so proud of, I think.

Daniel Day Lewis really meant every word, you can see it from his body language.




"Heath Ledger gave [inspiration] to me," he said to the crowd, clutching his SAG award. "In 'Monster's Ball,' that character he created, it seemed to be almost like an unformed being, retreating from [himself], retreating from his father, from his life, even retreating from us, and yet we wanted to follow him, and yet we're scared to follow him almost. ... In 'Brokeback Mountain,' he was unique, he was perfect. ... I'd like to dedicate this to Heath Ledger."

thanks to [livejournal.com profile] jelloh0530
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This is something Heath would have been so proud of, I think.

Daniel Day Lewis really meant every word, you can see it from his body language.




"Heath Ledger gave [inspiration] to me," he said to the crowd, clutching his SAG award. "In 'Monster's Ball,' that character he created, it seemed to be almost like an unformed being, retreating from [himself], retreating from his father, from his life, even retreating from us, and yet we wanted to follow him, and yet we're scared to follow him almost. ... In 'Brokeback Mountain,' he was unique, he was perfect. ... I'd like to dedicate this to Heath Ledger."

thanks to [livejournal.com profile] jelloh0530
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Heath Ledger May Have Died From Natural Causes

Heath's Death Could Be Natural Causes

It would be sad, but it would be comforting in a way, for his family, for his friends. And all those people who are speculating on his life and his "so called" problems, would shut up eventually.

I guess we just have to wait for the results of the analysis....and I can't undestand yet why I care so much.
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Heath Ledger May Have Died From Natural Causes

Heath's Death Could Be Natural Causes

It would be sad, but it would be comforting in a way, for his family, for his friends. And all those people who are speculating on his life and his "so called" problems, would shut up eventually.

I guess we just have to wait for the results of the analysis....and I can't undestand yet why I care so much.
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I'm leaving the office in 30 minutes or so. I hope you will have all a nice weekend. Mine will be busy, as per usual, but good I think. The weather is cold but sunny. I think we'll go to the sea with Lapo. Nothing decided yet.

Ledger's death is affecting me more than I thought. I can barely imagine how his family and close friends are hurting now. The sense of loss, the emptyness.

This is my little tribute to Heath, one pic for each of his years and some good things said about him.

Goodbye Heath )


Ennis Del Mar was a man of few words, but powerful passions.
It required an actor possessed of uncommon instinct and courage to bring to the screen the vulnerable and conflicted hero of Annie Proulx's short story, “Brokeback Mountain.”
Heath Ledger was that actor. Without emotional eruptions or cowboy clichés, he inhabited a character whose struggle with a profound love and loss – both beyond his comprehension – was unforgettable.

Sign on San Diego


What made the performance so remarkable was that Mr. Ledger, without betraying Ennis’s dignity or his reserve, was nonetheless able to convey that truth to the audience. This kind of sensitivity — the ability to signal an inner emotional state without overtly showing it — is what distinguishes great screen acting from movie-star posing. And while Mr. Ledger was handsome enough, and famous enough, to be called a movie star, he was serious enough, and smart enough, to be suspicious of deploying his charisma too easily or cheaply.....

Mr. Ledger’s work will outlast the frenzy. But there should have been more. Instead of being preserved as a young star eclipsed in his prime, he should have had time to outgrow his early promise and become the strange, surprising, era-defining actor he always had the potential to be.

NY Times

In one scene -- the one that will leap into my mind every time I think of Ledger's acting career -- Ennis barges into the grocery store where his wife has taken a job to make ends meet. He's got the kids with him, and tells his wife she's got to mind them so he can go off on short notice. He shoves the bewildered kids at the woman and then takes off. Everything about his body language shows that he knows what he's doing is wrong. But he has no choice. This is what's become of his broken life. It's a wrenching vignette that plays to every man's worst fears about his own abilities as a father. That's the scene that broke me. And it did so because Ledger was a brilliant enough actor to sell it.
National Post

Silent Lucidity, for Heath and for his baby girl.

Hush now dont cry
Wipe away the teardrop from your eye
You're lying safe in bed
It was all a bad dream
Spinning in your head
Your mind tricked you to feel the pain
Of someone close to you leaving the game of life
So here it is, another chance
Wide awake you face the day
Your dream is over...or has it just begun?

Theres a place I like to hide
A doorway that I run to in the night
Relax child, you were there
But only didnt realize it and you were scared
It's a place where you will learn
To face your fears, retrace the tears
And ride the whims of your mind
Commanding in another world
Suddenly, you hear and see
This magic new dimension

I-will be watching over you
I-am gonna help you see it through
I-will protect you in the night
I-am smiling next to you...in silent lucidity

If you open your mind for me
You won't rely on open eyes to see
The walls you built within
Come tumblng down, and a new world will begin
Living twice at once you learn
You're safe froom pain in the dream domain
A soul set free to fly
A round trip journey in your head
Master of illusion, can you realize
Your dreams alive, you can be the guide but...
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I'm leaving the office in 30 minutes or so. I hope you will have all a nice weekend. Mine will be busy, as per usual, but good I think. The weather is cold but sunny. I think we'll go to the sea with Lapo. Nothing decided yet.

Ledger's death is affecting me more than I thought. I can barely imagine how his family and close friends are hurting now. The sense of loss, the emptyness.

This is my little tribute to Heath, one pic for each of his years and some good things said about him.

Goodbye Heath )


Ennis Del Mar was a man of few words, but powerful passions.
It required an actor possessed of uncommon instinct and courage to bring to the screen the vulnerable and conflicted hero of Annie Proulx's short story, “Brokeback Mountain.”
Heath Ledger was that actor. Without emotional eruptions or cowboy clichés, he inhabited a character whose struggle with a profound love and loss – both beyond his comprehension – was unforgettable.

Sign on San Diego


What made the performance so remarkable was that Mr. Ledger, without betraying Ennis’s dignity or his reserve, was nonetheless able to convey that truth to the audience. This kind of sensitivity — the ability to signal an inner emotional state without overtly showing it — is what distinguishes great screen acting from movie-star posing. And while Mr. Ledger was handsome enough, and famous enough, to be called a movie star, he was serious enough, and smart enough, to be suspicious of deploying his charisma too easily or cheaply.....

Mr. Ledger’s work will outlast the frenzy. But there should have been more. Instead of being preserved as a young star eclipsed in his prime, he should have had time to outgrow his early promise and become the strange, surprising, era-defining actor he always had the potential to be.

NY Times

In one scene -- the one that will leap into my mind every time I think of Ledger's acting career -- Ennis barges into the grocery store where his wife has taken a job to make ends meet. He's got the kids with him, and tells his wife she's got to mind them so he can go off on short notice. He shoves the bewildered kids at the woman and then takes off. Everything about his body language shows that he knows what he's doing is wrong. But he has no choice. This is what's become of his broken life. It's a wrenching vignette that plays to every man's worst fears about his own abilities as a father. That's the scene that broke me. And it did so because Ledger was a brilliant enough actor to sell it.
National Post

Silent Lucidity, for Heath and for his baby girl.

Hush now dont cry
Wipe away the teardrop from your eye
You're lying safe in bed
It was all a bad dream
Spinning in your head
Your mind tricked you to feel the pain
Of someone close to you leaving the game of life
So here it is, another chance
Wide awake you face the day
Your dream is over...or has it just begun?

Theres a place I like to hide
A doorway that I run to in the night
Relax child, you were there
But only didnt realize it and you were scared
It's a place where you will learn
To face your fears, retrace the tears
And ride the whims of your mind
Commanding in another world
Suddenly, you hear and see
This magic new dimension

I-will be watching over you
I-am gonna help you see it through
I-will protect you in the night
I-am smiling next to you...in silent lucidity

If you open your mind for me
You won't rely on open eyes to see
The walls you built within
Come tumblng down, and a new world will begin
Living twice at once you learn
You're safe froom pain in the dream domain
A soul set free to fly
A round trip journey in your head
Master of illusion, can you realize
Your dreams alive, you can be the guide but...
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I have some free time at work today so I'm surfing the net.

I'm following the confused situation of the Italian government and some news about Heath Ledger's death.

I hit on THIS ARTICLE about his death.

I don't even want to quote it, because it's disgusting.
Please tell me they are kidding, which I think not, because, as much as I try to respect every opinion, that one can't be respected. It's insane. It's offensive.

I'm so sorry Heath, I really am.
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I have some free time at work today so I'm surfing the net.

I'm following the confused situation of the Italian government and some news about Heath Ledger's death.

I hit on THIS ARTICLE about his death.

I don't even want to quote it, because it's disgusting.
Please tell me they are kidding, which I think not, because, as much as I try to respect every opinion, that one can't be respected. It's insane. It's offensive.

I'm so sorry Heath, I really am.
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Jared Leto with Parish Hilton????

I usually don't do gossip but I have always had a different idea of Jared in my mind, guess I was wrong...oh well who cares? It's their business, right?


------------------------

One more week and SUPERNATURAL will be back, this is important!

[livejournal.com profile] raloria posted the new air dates of the last 4 episodes.

Titles and Dates )
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Jared Leto with Parish Hilton????

I usually don't do gossip but I have always had a different idea of Jared in my mind, guess I was wrong...oh well who cares? It's their business, right?


------------------------

One more week and SUPERNATURAL will be back, this is important!

[livejournal.com profile] raloria posted the new air dates of the last 4 episodes.

Titles and Dates )
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Heath Ledger is dead.

Apparentely it was accidental. So unfair.

Thank you Heath, you gave us some great acting moments. Brokeback Mountain is and will be forever one of my favorite movies.

R.I.P.

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Heath Ledger is dead.

Apparentely it was accidental. So unfair.

Thank you Heath, you gave us some great acting moments. Brokeback Mountain is and will be forever one of my favorite movies.

R.I.P.

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Brad Renfro is dead.

This saddens me a lot. I really liked his way of acting and he was really too young to die.

*sighs*

R.I.P.
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Brad Renfro is dead.

This saddens me a lot. I really liked his way of acting and he was really too young to die.

*sighs*

R.I.P.

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