I shall uphold my sacred oath to protect this realm as its gatekeeper. If your return threatens the safety of Asgard, my gate will remain shut and you will be left to perish.
Some Trinity concepts I’ve been working on. This is exactly how I like to imagine these three ♥
Endless list of favorite movies (in no particular order): Sleepy Hollow (1999)
"The horseman was a Hessian mercenary, sent to these shores by German princes to keep Americans under the yoke of England, but unlike his compatriots who came for money, the Horseman came for the love of carnage. When battle was joined, there you’d find him. He rode a giant black steed named Daredevil. He was infamous for riding his horse hard into battle, chopping off heads at full gallop. He had filed his teeth down to sharp points to add to the ferocity of his appearance. This butcher didn’t finally reach his end…until the year of ‘79, not far from here in our Western Woods. They chopped off his head with his own sword, even today the Western Woods is a haunted place, where brave men will not venture. For what was planted in the ground that day.. was a seed of evil."
"Edmund was a graver and quieter man than Peter, and great in council and judgement. He was called King Edmund the Just."
Mercury’s Winged Feet, Jardín Botánico, Buenos Aires by Ignacio
Titanic (film) trivia: The swim dress was the biggest costume design challenge in the movie. Over 24 copies of it were made due to all the strain that was put on them from being in the water for all the action scenes. The dress had a tremendous amount of layers to it but James Cameron wanted it to look as if it was naked against her skin when soaked. In order to achieve that effect, Kate couldn’t wear any kind of wetsuit underneath her costume unlike all the other cast and crew members who were able to protect themselves from the freezing water.
Laura Benanti on growing up with a love for Broadway.