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twenty-two-year-old screenwriting... person?
history, television, other assorted nonsense.

Happy Wednesday, I guess

Happy Wednesday, I guess

mistyfiedpleiades:

shiksa-feminista:

riningear:

Pompeii 
(pitched to different “gender”)

Sorry for low-tier quality, I just really wanted to hear what this would sound like. 

HOLY FUCK

Wow…

t-minus like a month until Boston Calling DLKAJFDASAKLDJFALKFDAS

(via fromthehillbythelake)

teennick:

</3

get fucked Eli

(via cheapnovelty87)

whattheshea:

santanovak:

degrassi more like dumbass boys thinking they’re entitled to shit am i right

CAN I GET AN AMEN

A fucking men. Begone from my life, Degrassi.*

*until June or whatever

ethanaboutnothing:

ediebrit:

oh my fucking god

l i t e r a l l y watch this show

watched it all in a day rave reviews gold stars to all involved A+ give her a boring late show franchise give her an empire give her my first born

Aaron Sorkin: Hollywood Lacks Female Heroes Because Lady Scripts Aren't Good Enough →

AH, AARON SORKIN, YOU SMUG DOUCHEBAG.

"Also, apparently the answer to including women in film is to plug female actresses into typically male roles.

"There’s a misunderstanding out there too. Because I’ve been reading a lot recently about how a female-driven movie like, say, Bridesmaids is looked at as a fluke. The success of that movie is looked at as a fluke and therefore Hollywood doesn’t do it. That’s a premise that suggests that studio executives have piles of scripts as good as Bridesmaids on their desks. They don’t. Bridesmaids got made because it was really good. I promise you nothing but capitalism drives decision-making in Hollywood. If there’s a sense that this will make money, it’ll get made.”

Then what is the excuse for all of the male-driven comedies from the past five years that aren’t half as good as Bridesmaids? What happened with Grown-Ups 2, then? Or The Hangover IIIThe InternshipMadea’s Witness Protection ProgramTed?Did all of these movies have amazing scripts that were somehow botched on their way to the screen or what?

This statement is a perfect example of a double standard. Scripts featuring female protagonists are held to a higher standard than those that feature men. And let’s not pretend this doesn’t extend to female writers.

“And I think that studio executives understand that it’s more than just 52 percent of the audience that is female. Generally, if there’s a couple, a man-woman couple, it’s the woman who’s deciding what were seeing tonight. I think that they understand that. And the trick is there just need to be more good scripts that have the kind of characters you’re looking for.”

Yes, he just blamed the problem on women again. Maybe if we ladies would stop forcing our boyfriends to see third-rate action movies, the problem would clear itself up.”

Bad books on writing tell you to ‘WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW’, a solemn and totally false adage that is the reason there exist so many mediocre novels about English professors contemplating adultery.

— 

Joe Haldeman (via thegodawfulgatsby)

bahahaaaaaa

(Source: maxkirin, via yaflash)

After tonight, we’ll officially be 3/4 our way through THE MOST TORTUOUS DEGRASSI SEASON OF OUR TIME

(Source: imogenmorenos)

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I was usually most productive when I wasn’t paying attention in a class I couldn’t be bothered with. Attempting to recreate that experience by putting on the news and immediately tuning it out.