Angel Of Music

assassins142cat:

andybiersack-bvb:

Tim Burton.

I love all his movie :-) xx

assassins142cat:

Harry Osborn and Felicia Hardy

Halicia

gammabombs:

I’m not a hero. I’m a thief. Born a thief. Raised a thief. Will die a thief.

gildedpoverty:

"There’s nothing here for me on this barren road. There’s no one here while the city sleeps, and all the shops are closed. Can’t help but think of the times I’ve had with you."

ladyvimes:

Scott Eastwood for Town & Country 

ladyvimes:

Scott Eastwood for Town & Country 

caaarpedieeem:

Issue summer of 2012

caaarpedieeem:

Issue summer of 2012

Deleted Scene: Felicia notices Harry’s hand shaking. 


The Hollywood Reporter’s Philanthropy Issue: James Franco is donating the proceeds from the three small films he’s currently co-producing — Memoria, Killing Animals and Yosemite, all based on his short stories about his experiences growing up in Palo Alto, Calif. — to critically ill children through ‘The Art of Elysium’. The charity helps some 40,000 sick youth every year with art, music and film workshops held by volunteers in hospitals all over Los Angeles and New York City.
Elysium, which turns 17 this August, has a long track record of working with stars. Sting, Scarlett Johansson, Miley Cyrus, Billy Idol, Mark Wahlberg and Amber Heard (Franco’s co-star in the upcoming ‘The Adderall Diaries’) also have contributed to the organization.
In fact, this year Heard will receive the Spirit of Elysium Award for her frequent volunteering and other good works (past winners include Eva Mendes, David Arquette, Dunst and Franco). “When I first moved to L.A., I was looking for a way to help,” says Heard, 28. “But since I didn’t have any money, my time was all I could offer.” These days, Heard contributes more than time: She purchased music equipment and costumes for Elysium’s numerous children’s programs.

The Hollywood Reporter’s Philanthropy Issue: James Franco is donating the proceeds from the three small films he’s currently co-producing — Memoria, Killing Animals and Yosemite, all based on his short stories about his experiences growing up in Palo Alto, Calif. — to critically ill children through ‘The Art of Elysium’. The charity helps some 40,000 sick youth every year with art, music and film workshops held by volunteers in hospitals all over Los Angeles and New York City.

Elysium, which turns 17 this August, has a long track record of working with stars. Sting, Scarlett Johansson, Miley Cyrus, Billy Idol, Mark Wahlberg and Amber Heard (Franco’s co-star in the upcoming ‘The Adderall Diaries’) also have contributed to the organization.

In fact, this year Heard will receive the Spirit of Elysium Award for her frequent volunteering and other good works (past winners include Eva Mendes, David Arquette, Dunst and Franco). “When I first moved to L.A., I was looking for a way to help,” says Heard, 28. “But since I didn’t have any money, my time was all I could offer.” These days, Heard contributes more than time: She purchased music equipment and costumes for Elysium’s numerous children’s programs.

hogwartsdreams:

Jame Fraser looking awesome

zolij:

a mai mozi emlékére

zolij:

a mai mozi emlékére

down-the-muddy-river:

Harry’s reaction to the possibility of being the next Dorian’s lover.

down-the-muddy-river:

Harry’s reaction to the possibility of being the next Dorian’s lover.

xx

sonsgifs:

fear the reaper