Leonardo #1: December, 1986.
The Invasion Parts One & Two: September 26th, 2014.
Japanese child actress Mana Ashida (little Mako) was embarrassed that she couldn’t pronounce Guillermo Del Toro’s name so he gave her special permission to call him “Totoro-san” instead.
My Neighbor Guillermo Del Toro.
If I don’t reblog this, assume I’m dead.
YOU CAN SHIP CHARACTERS SEXUALLY BUT NOT ROMANTICALLY
YOU CAN SHIP CHARACTERS ROMANTICALLY BUT NOT SEXUALLY
YOU CAN SHIP CHARACTERS ROMANTICALLY AND SEXUALLY
YOU CAN SHIP CHARACTERS COMPLETELY PLATONICALLY
YOU CAN SHIP CANON SHIPS, GAY OR STRAIGHT OR OTHER
YOU CAN SHIP NON-CANON SHIPS, GAY OR STRAIGHT OR OTHER
YOU CAN SHIP NON-CANON THREESOMES, GAY OR STRAIGHT OR OTHER
YOU CAN SHIP WHAT YOU WANT TO SHIP
STOP SHAMING FANS FOR THE THINGS THEY SHIP
Bless this post
i took this photo of totoro while watching the movie, im crYING
sometimes i think about how portal was a game with no male characters, featuring a WOC protagonist and an excellent female antagonist who were both anything but sexualised, and yet somehow still managed to create an interesting and engaging experience for female and male gamers alike, win awards, and get a sequel, and then i look at people who say “games with female protagonists don’t sell” and i laugh. for a very long time.
A Letter To Momo Official US Release Trailer 1 (2014)
Genndy Tartakovsky’s Popeye Animation Test (Sony Animation)
You know what’s great about this? It’s not hyper realism slapped on with every pore and hair visible like the creepy 3D Smurfs. It’s just as smooth and soft looking as the old pencil animations of Popeye just translated perfectly into 3D models.