THE NORTH REMEMBERS
starwars:

This guy…

starwars:

This guy…

alwaysstarwars:

Our beautiful new X-Wing

I’m not sure which is stranger; Jimmy Fallon showing up as military officer in Band of Brothers or showing up as the manager of a rock band in Almost Famous.

A bloody end for Homer Simpson is one of several possible outcomes, according to our computer simulation.
Here’s how it would look if the police killed him with a barrage of baseballs.

"Wait, I never said ‘I am a golden god’…. or did I?"

"Wait, I never said ‘I am a golden god’…. or did I?"

DR ZAIUS! DR ZAIUS!
Let’s get one thing straight, the idea of a Planet of the Apes prequel is just plain stupid and just shows to how bankrupt Hollywood studios are in terms of creativity and new ideas. The same goes for a Hannibal and Fargo TV series. And yet, Hannibal is easily one of the best shows on television (and what the hell is with no Emmy nominations), I hear the same for Fargo and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is one of the best films so far this year and easily one of the best summer blockbusters in recent memory. It’s The Dark Knight of Planet of the Apes movies (now there’s a sentence I never thought I’d say). 
On a side note, I just realised I’ve memorised the entire song from the Planet of the Apes Broadway play from The Simpsons. And in no way is that sad.

DR ZAIUS! DR ZAIUS!

Let’s get one thing straight, the idea of a Planet of the Apes prequel is just plain stupid and just shows to how bankrupt Hollywood studios are in terms of creativity and new ideas. The same goes for a Hannibal and Fargo TV series. And yet, Hannibal is easily one of the best shows on television (and what the hell is with no Emmy nominations), I hear the same for Fargo and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is one of the best films so far this year and easily one of the best summer blockbusters in recent memory. It’s The Dark Knight of Planet of the Apes movies (now there’s a sentence I never thought I’d say). 

On a side note, I just realised I’ve memorised the entire song from the Planet of the Apes Broadway play from The Simpsons. And in no way is that sad.

This show… seriously. So good.

This show… seriously. So good.