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Cyber sexual assault

That’s what this is. Those leaked private photos (and in Jess’s case videos too) is nothing more than the highest violation of privacy you can commit. It’s beyond disgusting that it happened but then to see the blasé reaction from a selection of posters who think it’s all for their own personal enjoyment, makes it far worse. How can people be so vile? So heartless? So inhumane? These women are people too who did nothing wrong. My heart goes out to all of them. And I hope those hackers get the justice they deserve. It’s so sickening to think we live in world with people who have no regard for privacy or empathy for those when it’s violated so profoundly.

Filed under jessica brown findlay

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"Allen is amazing. I’ve never met someone quite so charming in my life – he could charm the birds from the trees. At the risk of sounding like a pretentious actor, he’s very generous, very patient. I haven’t done a lot of telly. I learned in the theatre so he could see sometimes that I was finding things hard and he would say, “Breathe, it’s OK.” He knows the ropes and the house style and how to do things. I can’t speak highly enough of him."


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/you/article-2734873/Cover-story-Daisy-shakes-Downton.html

Filed under Daisy Lewis Downton Abbey Sarah Bunting Allen Leech Count me as a part of the Sarah fan club! If I can't call her feisty anymore what about ballsy? i'm glad Robert dislikes her because he's anti feminist so it makes sense

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I saw The F Word (What If for Americans) last night, and I have to say this was one of the best Rom Coms out there today. Dan was the perfect Wallace. It’s sweet, it’s funny, it’s not schmaltzy. And it shows off the beautiful city of Toronto like no other film has yet to do. Brilliantly done. Go see it if you can. You won’t be disappointed.
Especially with the Cool Whip alternative name game. LOL!

I saw The F Word (What If for Americans) last night, and I have to say this was one of the best Rom Coms out there today. Dan was the perfect Wallace. It’s sweet, it’s funny, it’s not schmaltzy. And it shows off the beautiful city of Toronto like no other film has yet to do. Brilliantly done. Go see it if you can. You won’t be disappointed.

Especially with the Cool Whip alternative name game. LOL!

Filed under Daniel Radcliffe Zoe Kazan Adam Driver Megan Park Michael Dowse The F Word What If

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If the movie or tv mini-series were to be given the greenlight today, this is who I visualize to play Cormoran Strike and Robin Ellacott.
Ray Winstone just seems like he has the perfect build for Cormoran. Hefty and he could pull off a limp with the prosthetic no problem. Granted I know he’s older than in the book but I can’t seem to find a British actor with similar features closer than what Ray could do. I’m still open for to other suggestions though. If Clive Owen could put on ALOT of weight, he might do as well. ;)
Helen George is the perfect Robin. Intuitive and resourceful, she’s got the makings of a great detective.

If the movie or tv mini-series were to be given the greenlight today, this is who I visualize to play Cormoran Strike and Robin Ellacott.

Ray Winstone just seems like he has the perfect build for Cormoran. Hefty and he could pull off a limp with the prosthetic no problem. Granted I know he’s older than in the book but I can’t seem to find a British actor with similar features closer than what Ray could do. I’m still open for to other suggestions though. If Clive Owen could put on ALOT of weight, he might do as well. ;)

Helen George is the perfect Robin. Intuitive and resourceful, she’s got the makings of a great detective.

Filed under JK Rowling Cormoran Strike Robin Ellacott The Cuckoo's Calling The Silkworm Robert Gailbraith