#in the hands of almost any other actor #this would collapse the entire artifice of the show & the contrivance of one actress playing about a dozen clones #the integrity of each performance would break down #you’d be left with the sense that the clones are interchangeable women with only superficial differences in appearance & mannerism #but somehow she’s able to layer these performances one over another like skins #there’s a tangible difference between tatiana maslany as alison hendrix #and tatiana maslany as sarah manning as alison hendrix #each of the clones is so whole and unique and distinct that the performances are collectively an argument: #these human beings aren’t interchangeable #they share DNA but environment and nurture and epigenetics have made them completely singular individuals #[they aren’t even all women] #you can’t generalise them; there’s no single trait they all share #except that they’re human beings not biological objects to be exploited #her work is such a tour de force sometimes it just leaves you breathless (via elucipher)
WHEN WILL YOUR FUCKING FAVES?
WHEN WILL YOUR FAVE CELEB COUPLE?!?!
I AM IN SHAMBLES!
AND FILLED WITH EMOTIONS!
I AM SO INSPIRED
i need a hug right now also five hundred thousand dollars in cash
calling me “thirsty” isn’t even an insult it’s a known fact
"Their chemistry is real. I love working with Emily. I don’t think that my character had cracked a smile before episode 3 when I saw her and… She’s the only person that I get to be myself with in front of. That’s really a lovely thing for Oliver. And…I enjoy that people on the internet have their Oliver/Felicity love. I like that a lot."
Stephen ‘Captain Olicity’ Amell.
rooting for a team you hate to beat a team you hate more
"I loved him straight away. He turned up and hadn’t slept. He was on an all-night flight, and he was really polite. We talked, and I really liked him. I could tell straightaway he wasn’t a fame boy, and he was really talented and a cool guy." *