GOT season 5 casting is anounced
pedro pascal will be playing doran martell in old person makeup
pedro pascal will also be playing arianne martell in a wig
pedro pascal will be playing every single GOT character from now on
except for daenerys targaryen, who has been replaced by jason momoa
it’s pretty important to find your drift partner, don’t get me wrong. but it’s also really really important to find your control room team— y’know, that group of people that you love and trust and despite (or because of) not being able to actually read your mind, still watch your back all the time and aren’t afraid to override the controls and manually shut your shit down to save your fucking lives.
remember those people too.
Frogs fall out of my mouth when I talk. Toads, too.
It used to be a problem.
There was an incident when I was young and cross and fed up with parental expectations. My sister, who is the Good One, has gold fall from her lips, and since I could not be her, I had to go a…
The previous Doctor was engaged in a close relationship with his sidekick Clara that even led to a passionate kiss.
But Capaldi, 56, insisted his Time Lord would not be following in Matt Smith’s footsteps by getting intimate with 28-year-old Coleman’s character.
"There’ll be no flirting, that’s for sure," he told the Sunday Times Magazine. "It’s not what this Doctor’s concerned with. It’s quite a fun relationship, but no, I did call and say, ‘I want no Papa-Nicole moments’. I think there was a bit of tension with that at first, but I was absolutely adamant.”
The Papa-Nicole comment relates to a series of 1990s Renault Clio car adverts which hinted at a romance between an older man and a younger woman, before they were revealed to be father and daughter.
Capaldi also had good news for those Doctor Who purists who believe the show’s storylines have become over the top.
"It’s going to be a bit different from what we’ve seen over recent years. A bit more gravity," he said. "Some situations are more sombre and I think there are more rooted dramatic scenes. Over the past two or three years, which I’ve loved, there has often been a breathless vigour; we still have that attack, but we have another level of drama, another tone. And the scenes are longer.”
"I didn’t want to be Doctor Who in a Doctor Who I didn’t like," he said. "I had to be convinced the show was going in a direction I was interested in.