I’m not aware of being a tart… I’m just trying to get by.

David Tennant in reply to Doctor Who Magazine reader question: 'You are frequently pictured in public wearing an open collar and very, very tight jeans. Are you secretly a bit of a tart, or are you teasing the fans?' (DWM 391, February 2008)

(Source: strangeparticles)

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tennydr10confidential:

Oh lord of all space and time take me now! 

tennydr10confidential:

Oh lord of all space and time take me now! 

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rominatrix:

Benedict Cumberbatch MSN Exclusives Interview [x]

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americanhorrorstoryfreakshoww:

I HONESTLY DONT KNOW HOW THIS SEASON COULD GET ANY BETTER AND IT HASNT EVEN STARTED

americanhorrorstoryfreakshoww:

I HONESTLY DONT KNOW HOW THIS SEASON COULD GET ANY BETTER AND IT HASNT EVEN STARTED

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historicalagentcarter:

I’ll post tomorrow about women’s wartime fashion, but I wanted to post this in advance. Bless this blogger, who has provided an excellent set of images and commentary about each of Peggy’s uniform/costume changes. At the end of the article is also a link to an interview with the film’s costume designer Anna B. Sheppard, who (I hadn’t realized) has also worked on a number of other WWII period films, including Band of Brothers, Inglorious Basterds and The Pianist.

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marvelsagentcarter:

"I always hoped that Peggy had a fulfilling life, and to know that she did, and was able to have a family and live a very rich life before she dies just means that [Agent Carter] is just a matter of filling in the gaps. How exciting can we make her life as a tribute to the woman she ends up becoming? — Hayley Atwell

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I don’t have a fleet of helicarriers or quinjets or thousands of agents at my disposal anymore. We’re lucky we still have our George Foreman grill.
Phil Coulson (via we-i-needyou)

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