Kelly - 17 - Vietnamese. I ship
James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender and all the other life ruiners around the world :”> . Also Dying for XMFC, Sherlock, Merlin, Supernatural…..(this is a endless list). Love all kind of music
(Fav: Nightwish, within temptation, TATU, Tokio Hotel…).
Enjoy!
(btw, the pics, gifs or vids are not mine)

email: kelly4rose@hotmail.com

 




Heath Ledger improvised when he started clapping inside his jail cell in a mocking and sardonic capacity as Gordon is promoted. The clapping was not scripted but Nolan immediately encouraged the crew to continue filming and the sequence was included in the film.

Also in the scene outside the hospital, just before it finally explodes, the explosives onset had stalled, so Heath improvised the scene and played around with the bomb remote.
and
Heath Ledger directed both homemade videos that the Joker sends to GCN himself. The first video involving the fake Batman was done under Nolan’s supervision. Nolan thought Ledger had done so well with that sequence, he felt there was no need for him to be there when it came time to film the scene where reporter Mike Engel reads the Joker’s statement. He put his trust in Ledger and let him do whatever he wanted, ultimately pleased with the result after he’d seen the outcome. 
and
The Joker’s distinctive tongue flip grew out of Heath Ledger’s own habit of doing that. 
and the part of the movie where the Joker walks in on the mob and says, “And I thought my jokes were bad.”? The words in the original script were actually, “And I thought I told bad jokes,” but apparently Heath changed it.
This is one of the reasons why I like this dude. He doesn’t merely act, he also contributes to the movie.


Heath Ledger improvised when he started clapping inside his jail cell in a mocking and sardonic capacity as Gordon is promoted. The clapping was not scripted but Nolan immediately encouraged the crew to continue filming and the sequence was included in the film.

Also in the scene outside the hospital, just before it finally explodes, the explosives onset had stalled, so Heath improvised the scene and played around with the bomb remote.

and

Heath Ledger directed both homemade videos that the Joker sends to GCN himself. The first video involving the fake Batman was done under Nolan’s supervision. Nolan thought Ledger had done so well with that sequence, he felt there was no need for him to be there when it came time to film the scene where reporter Mike Engel reads the Joker’s statement. He put his trust in Ledger and let him do whatever he wanted, ultimately pleased with the result after he’d seen the outcome. 

and

The Joker’s distinctive tongue flip grew out of Heath Ledger’s own habit of doing that. 

and the part of the movie where the Joker walks in on the mob and says, “And I thought my jokes were bad.”? The words in the original script were actually, “And I thought I told bad jokes,” but apparently Heath changed it.

This is one of the reasons why I like this dude. He doesn’t merely act, he also contributes to the movie.

(Source: virginiaa)

Just a random thought.

wolstroh:

Shipping Batman/Joker is like being against the whole world that says: “Poor child, you are wronged, your ship doesn’t work”. But you know what? It works freaking perfectly for me.image

confessions-of-a-teenage-fitblr:

plot twist: santa actually brings you the naked celebrity you asked for and you have to awkwardly unwrap them in front of your entire family

jensensboxerbriefs:

Jensen, Jared and Misha were wrestling in Jensen’s hotel room in Toronto and Misha and Jared both have cracked ribs. Misha said his elbow will be back to normal in a couple weeks. And Jensen showed up to work the next day with half his forehead missing and marks on his chin from rug burns. #Chicon

(Source: jensenlicious)

dazedrose:

raggedy-angel:

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fire-of-fire:

THIS IS THE FACE JENSEN MAKES WHEN HE’S THINKING ABOUT BEING PUSHED INTO THE CARPET BY MISHA AND/OR JARED.

No words!!! His face!! The blush!!! Busted boys

(Source: stickingupforsammy)