Remember in the 90’s there used be a room in your house that was called the “computer room”.
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The final kissing scene for Thor 2: The Dark World was shot during retakes after the main filming was finished, but Natalie Portman, who portrays Thor’s love interest Jane Foster, wasn’t able to make it. ‘It was for reshoots and he was working in Hong Kong and I couldn’t get there because I was working on my own film,’ the actress said. Since Natalie wasn’t available, Chris’ wife Elsa Pataky was asked to stand in, and the kissing scene was pulled off with the help of some tricky camera angles. “And so they put his wife in my wig and costume, that’s why it was so passionate. It was such a perfect solution, wasn’t it,” said Natalie.
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#this gifset just hit me so hard#because it’s not of the biggest moments where they’re holding hands or dancing for each other or friendship cakes#or any of those other major romantic gestures#it’s the small moments where you can see that they’ve just become this cohesive unit#they’ve somehow become a team and it’s just the new normal now#when you pick a fight with mindy you get danny in your face yelling about how fine she is#when you pick a fight with danny you better believe mindy’s coming after you#MINDY AND DANNY ARE A PACKAGE DEAL NOW DEAL W IT
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"Bilbo, certainly by the second film, should be different. Not a different person, but be showing different things about him than when he was in Bag End at the start of the film. It’s very clear who and what he is at the beginning of the first film. He’s us, really. [By the second film] he’s killed a few things and people and other species and been in near-death experiences a lot. He’s very different in that way that people who come back from combat are different."
Martin Freeman on Bilbo
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