Familiar gravestones in Box Cemetery filming
The two-part finale continued filming in Llanelli today, and some familiar props from the show’s recent history have been spotted by llanellitown.com. Both the new and aged gravestone of Victorian Clara from The Snowmen were seen, along with the gravestone of modern Clara’s mother from The Rings of Akhaten.
Even more shocking is the appearance of Amy and Rory’s gravestone from their death in The Angels Take Manhattan. Box Cemetery is notable for being where Amy and Rory’s final scene was filmed. To further complicate things, what looks like a baby Weeping Angel was seen as well.
With the current leading rumor being that the finale sees the Cybermen converting the dead, it looks like we just might see some old faces come back, in a horrific way.
"Have you ever been a father?"
"I was to my sister. She was not my child, but she was my charge. She taught me so much about myself. Her name was…Mischa."
#hello children my name is andrea and i’d like to talk to you about how important mads’s acting is in this scene #let’s all pull up our chairs and open our notebooks so we can begin this lesson #okay srsly tho omg i was always kind of confused by how he looks so shattered but he has a little smirk on his face??? #then i realized it was probably bc will bringing up children made hannibal think of mischa #and by thinking of mischa he greeted her in his mind palace #the way his face changes and his eyebrows go slightly up when he says her name is a gesture of tenderness #the kind of tenderness reserved for small children #that face he made was the face he must’ve made to her a thousand times #whenever he played with her or said her name #and he relived all of that when he said her name#that’s why he looks secretly happy #that little smile after he says her name he’s probably imagining her delight in him acknowledging her #bye i quit (via madsmikkelsenn)
top 25 animated movies - Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron [1/25]
"The story that I want to tell you cannot be found in a book. They say that the history of the west was written from the saddle of a horse, but it’s never been told from the heart of one. Not until now. I was born here, in this place that would come to be called the Old West. But, to my kind, the land was ageless. It had no beginning and no end, no boundary between earth and sky. Like the wind and the buffalo, we belonged here, we would always belong here. They say the mustang is the spirit of the West. Whether that west was won or lost in the end, you’ll have to decide for yourself, but the story I want to tell you is true. I was there and I remember. I remember the sun, the sky, and the wind calling my name in a time when we ran free. I’ll never forget the sound and the feeling of running together. The hoof beats were many, but our hearts were one."
Still one of my favourites