A Whisper In A Crowd

Rebecca. 20. Student. London.

Film, TV, Photography, Music, Ramblings.





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LDN on Flickr.
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As “Doctor Who” fans know, this winter brought the emotional farewell to Matt Smith’s three-year run as the 11th incarnation of the Doctor. Gillan and he shared a special bond, since they started on the show at the same time.

In the final scene of his farewell, he hallucinates seeing Amy Pond, the first person he saw upon regenerating way back in 2010.

Gillan — who left the show in 2012 — says she thinks showrunner Steven Moffat wrote her into that scene just so she could be on set to give Smith emotional support.

“It was a really strange situation,” she says. “It was just the saddest thing I’ve ever seen to see him play his last scene as a character.”

The weight of the scene felt like the “end of the world.”

“Nothing’s going to be as fun as that,” she says.

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http://nypost.com/2014/04/04/the-5-things-that-happen-when-youre-a-sci-fi-babe/ (via steve-the-poncho-boy)
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When drunk people complement you

It’s like they aren’t going to be lying because drunk people just don’t have that sensor anymore, they just tell it how it is, and you’re like ‘YAY THANKS’

But then you remember drunk people have poor judgment and chat a lot of shit. 

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Never mind Valentines Day

I FUCKING LOVE THE WINTER OLYMPICS. 

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Benedict Cumberbatch & Anna Wintour at Hugo Boss NYFW show [x]
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Former Olympic Village of 1936, Elstal
Erected from 1934 to 1936, by the German Wehrmacht for the hosting of the Olympics. This Olympic village is massive in construction and was the living area of the athletes. It featured countless new inventions, like electric street lighting, central heating, phone cells which allowed for direct long-distance calls etc. The invention which still has the biggest impact on our lives, though, was the very first live TV broadcast. This broadvast featured, of course, the sports events occurring in the Olympia-stadion and was watched in the grand meeting room on the first floor of the Hindenburghaus. After seven days, the XI. Olympic Games were over and the athletes made way for infantrymen.
Photograph by David Kregenow from his series Sede Vacante. A publication is work in progress.
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