It seems unending...

comfychairs11:

bandtenpizzahut:

imnotveryfunnybutpleaseloveme:

kingcroacus:

googlehomie:

hey man I haven’t heard anything from Beethoven in a while is he on hiatus or something

beethoven hasnt heard anything in a while either

Too soon

HE DIED IN 1827

He’s decomposing 


wildlark:

I saw a comedic opportunity and I fucking took it.


deep-in-the-meadoww:

MY BEST FRIEND AND JOSH ON THE SET OF MOCKINGJAY TODAY (SHES AN EXTRA)

deep-in-the-meadoww:

MY BEST FRIEND AND JOSH ON THE SET OF MOCKINGJAY TODAY (SHES AN EXTRA)


abstractcontraption:

onlyfoolsandvikings:

onlyfoolsandvikings:

this happens to me every single time i am sick to death of seeing the same thing

why are you reblogging this oh god please don’t

Because you’re right


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panempropaganda:

It’s Officially Not Official! No ‘Mockingjay’ Teaser Trailer at Cannes
Sooooo, this morning a very nice Cannes Film Festival blog, Cannes Coverage, posted a tweet that said they had confirmed a Mockingjay teaser trailer would debut at Cannes. We also know from this January Variety article that there will be a Mockingjay marketing presence at the film festival, but it’s NEVER been confirmed that a trailer will be released there. Just speculation and hope (and we have certainly been guilty of both here at Panempropaganda).
Lionsgate has confirmed with us this morning that there will NOT be a trailer shown at the Cannes Film Festival this year. Adam Vary of Buzzfeed also confirmed with the studio (see his tweet here) that there is no Mockingjay teaser trailer planned for the festival.
FYI, studios deal behind the scenes at the Cannes Film Festival to acquire films and sell existing properties to foreign buyers. Cannes is basically the marketplace for the international film industry. Lionsgate will certainly present something to foreign film distributors at the festival. Lionsgate marketing head Tim Palen:
“A big part of the second film [Catching Fire] was growing the franchise, and the greatest potential was international,” he says. “We did a major presentation to distributors in Cannes, and did six premieres outside the U.S. And we still have room to grow. We’ve matched Iron Man 3 on domestic, but we can do better on international.”
What does this mean for fans? Cannes is a huge show - last year there was a massive Catching Fire beach party to celebrate the Covergirl partnership, lots of marketing presence and red carpet appearances by Jennifer Lawrence, Sam Claflin, Liam Hemsworth and Francis Lawrence. But it was all very hush-hush right up until early May. So, if you like pretty cast pictures and marketing reveals (hey - we LOVE them!) the Cannes Film Festival could be a bonanza for you this year.
But no Mockingjay teaser trailer at Cannes. At least that’s the “official” word for now.

panempropaganda:

It’s Officially Not Official! No ‘Mockingjay’ Teaser Trailer at Cannes

Sooooo, this morning a very nice Cannes Film Festival blog, Cannes Coverage, posted a tweet that said they had confirmed a Mockingjay teaser trailer would debut at Cannes. We also know from this January Variety article that there will be a Mockingjay marketing presence at the film festival, but it’s NEVER been confirmed that a trailer will be released there. Just speculation and hope (and we have certainly been guilty of both here at Panempropaganda).

Lionsgate has confirmed with us this morning that there will NOT be a trailer shown at the Cannes Film Festival this year. Adam Vary of Buzzfeed also confirmed with the studio (see his tweet here) that there is no Mockingjay teaser trailer planned for the festival.

FYI, studios deal behind the scenes at the Cannes Film Festival to acquire films and sell existing properties to foreign buyers. Cannes is basically the marketplace for the international film industry. Lionsgate will certainly present something to foreign film distributors at the festival. Lionsgate marketing head Tim Palen:

“A big part of the second film [Catching Fire] was growing the franchise, and the greatest potential was international,” he says. “We did a major presentation to distributors in Cannes, and did six premieres outside the U.S. And we still have room to grow. We’ve matched Iron Man 3 on domestic, but we can do better on international.”

What does this mean for fans? Cannes is a huge show - last year there was a massive Catching Fire beach party to celebrate the Covergirl partnership, lots of marketing presence and red carpet appearances by Jennifer Lawrence, Sam Claflin, Liam Hemsworth and Francis Lawrence. But it was all very hush-hush right up until early May. So, if you like pretty cast pictures and marketing reveals (hey - we LOVE them!) the Cannes Film Festival could be a bonanza for you this year.

But no Mockingjay teaser trailer at Cannes. At least that’s the “official” word for now.


prettylittletmi:

this guy works at buzzfeed 

prettylittletmi:

this guy works at buzzfeed 


ravenscupboard:

have a gif of Simon doing the death wiggle <3

ravenscupboard:

have a gif of Simon doing the death wiggle <3


work-it-out:

"can you turn the volume down?"

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"the music you like is weird"

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"your favorite band sucks"

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directionlove88:

faultinourstarsmovie:

One note = one vote. Like or reblog to vote for your state! Go North Carolina! http://thefaultinourstarsmovie.com/demandourstars 

Scx

directionlove88:

faultinourstarsmovie:

One note = one vote. Like or reblog to vote for your state! Go North Carolina! http://thefaultinourstarsmovie.com/demandourstars 

Scx


craigslistdad:

and that’s when it came up and swallowed me millionth dollar

I have to reblog this every time I see it.

craigslistdad:

and that’s when it came up and swallowed me millionth dollar

I have to reblog this every time I see it.