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sorta-out-there:

disneyfrozenprincess:

peterapanzel:

pile-on-the-years:

baku-babe:

jordanpowers1995:

baku-babe:

frozenheadcanons:

Olaf will melt when Elsa dies.

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I’M SORRY, IT WAS A THOUGHT.

Well then *ahem* WHY WOULD YOU THINK SOMETHING LIKE THAT?!!!
 *cries*

Um, I hate to be that person but…imagine Anna singing Do You Want To Build A Snowman at Elsa’s grave. 

first of all how dare you

i’m so done right now

i’d like to apologies before hand for this.

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i am very sorry.

Sadness

andrewpresents

andrewpresents:

Chris Brown feat. Ariana Grande | ‘Don’t Be Gone Too Long’

With legal woes keeping Chris Brown from focusing his attention on his music career (I mean, what’s new!), it was starting to get a little uncertain on when we would finally get his duet with Ariana Grande. Fortunately, the gods have answered and lo and behold we’ve been given the proper new tune ‘Don’t Be Gone Too Long’. It’s a little less gimmicky compared to some of his most recent singles (i.e. ‘Turn Up The Music’, though I do really love that song) and actually very good all around - especially the Ariana parts that fade in and out during the chorus. Also important to note: Breezy posted a simple, yet effective, video for the song which basically showcases his insane dancing abilities (click here to watch the video). 

As of right now there is still no work on when the song will be released. Brown’s new album X is scheduled for a May 5 release, though I think we should all just hold off until May 5 rolls along before we start believing that one. 

Yes

capitolcouture

capitolcouture:

Exclusive: Inside the Quarter Quell Arena

The Gamemakers have out done themselves.

Earlier this year, Capitol Couture brought you an exclusive look at the Gamemakers- brilliant minds working behind the scenes to bring Panem continually exciting and engaging Hunger Games.  Prior to this year’s Quarter Quell, Plutarch Heavensbee (new Head Gamemaker) had stated that he was reluctant to give even the slightest hint of what the shiny new arena would hold, for fear of spoiling any surprises for Panem’s eager public; in retrospect, we couldn’t agree with him more.  

An undertaking of what we can only assume to have been vast proportions, both the layout and features of this year’s Games grounds wildly exceeded any conjectured expectations.  As the tributes travel through the terrain, we see a level of demanded ingenuity tailored to the victors’ unique abilities, talents, and personalities, requiring adaptation at whiplash speed.  We wonder what must have been going through Katniss Everdeen’s mind as the girl on fire surfaced on a platform in the middle of the saltwater center.  

A landscape of physical trials as formidable as their psychological counterparts, this Quarter Quell has shown us everything from terrifying savage beasts to the imitated cries of those closest to and most loved by our tributes, the latter generated by sound mixing software just revealed from District 3.  A reliable source tells us the unforgiving fog has been years in the making, as it proved a near-impossible undertaking- yet the extensive Games team pulled through, and the fog was added last-minute.   

Careful calculations played a crucial role in the precarious location of the redesigned Cornucopia and its surrounding extending spokes of land, which extended just out of range of any weapons provided.  The never-seen-before sectioning with individual challenges presented additional tests, allowing the rest of Panem to solve the puzzle of the arena alongside the tributes, and in some cases, even before (we heard bets were placed hours in advance of Wiress’ cryptic clock-related messages).  

The games never cease to amaze, especially in this 75th year—  a true Quarter Quell Celebration! Catch all the Hunger Games action now!

Best movie ever

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disneysfrozenguy:

sheisplentytoughthankyouverymuch:

sincerelyyourth:

I actually very much love this gifset because Ursula ended up being right about that one (when talking about the body language). It was pretty clear that Ursula set up that deal with Ariel expecting it to be so easy to get what she wanted and not even in fact believing that Ariel and Eric might come THAT close to falling in love and finally kissing because she obviously viewed their love as an immature, silly, childish crush based on nothing - and in all honesty in the beginning she was right about it. Eric and Ariel at their start really were a childish immature crush based on nothing. A parody on exaggerated teenage dream of falling in love at first sight after facing a life changing situation, in their case Ariel saving Eric’s life. They saw each other once, they dreamed of seeing each other again and each of them carried that unrealistic idealized image of the other in their heads when technically they didn’t know anything about each other yet (Ariel’s “he loves me, he loves me not!” only highlights the naivety of the whole situation at that point). And Ursula saw it and laughed at it and decided to use it for her own selfish purposes - because what could young love do against her evil, well thought out plans? She didn’t expect one bit that Eric would even look in Ariel’s side without her having the core identity of “the one” he hopelessly fell in love with and was desperatelly looking for - her gorgeous voice. She didn’t believe these two can make it because their love seemed so childish, so idealized, so helpless, so naive. But then all her plans fall apart because - and that she could definitely never predict - Ariel and Eric end up being actually good for each other. They get to know each other “from zero”, Eric gives himself a chance to let a charming mute girl into his life despite still being attracted to the unrealistic image of “the one” who saved him, and eventually he chooses the real girl over an idealized unrealistic dream whereas Ariel actually spends time with her dream guy and forms a much stronger bond with him than she did when she sang him a songs while he was unconscious. They relate to each other and enjoy their time together. They work so well not because they are young and hopelessly in love with an unrealistic ideal anymore, but because they really are GOOD for each other. Even with Ariel being mute, even with Eric not recognizing his “dream girl” in her at first, even with things being more than complecated and awkward and weird. And this is why I effin’ love The Little Mermaid as much as I do. Ursula is a typical example of a cynical individual with goals who has a supposedly “realistic” look on a hopeless immature love. But she ends up failing because sometimes, yes, sometimes this hopeless immature love actually grows and blooms and gets stronger and beware if you dare to stand in it’s way.

I FUCKING LOVE ^YOU^ OKAY I DO I JUST DO I CAN’T EVEN WITH YOUR AMAZINGNESS HERE RIGHT NOW

I love this MOVIE!!!!