Matt Smith meets Matt look-alike on The Graham Norton Show (x)
I’M SO HAPPY
I FOLLOW MATT ON TUMBLR AND JUST
Meet Matt, Matt’s Cousin Matt.
I WAS THERE. I was queueing and chatting to the people in front of me (the dalek and the guy who got his arm signed by DT) and my dad grabbed my arm and turned me round because Matt walked past, every single person in the whovian queue did a double take. It was hilarious.
Would the creators of the following movies please stand up
The Golden Compass
City of Bones
The City of Ember
AND THE FIFTH HARRY POTTER MOVIE
now please sit down and listen to this talk on how good books can be made into good movies if you remember the plot of the book and actually put all of it in the movie, presented by the creators of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
I’m here to save humanity. Again.
How many Time Lords does it take to open a door
I like the idea of taking every woman joke from the last season, and turning them into Moffat jokes.
Also I haven’t seen this on tumblr before, watched it for the first time today and I think it needs to be seen
I think I officially belong on tumblr now. Currently sat in front of my laptop in a DW t-shirt, scrolling through tumblr, listening to the 10 hour version of Taking the Hobbits to Isengard on youtube (although I’m only at 30mins) and trying to figure out if I can get away with red converses for my Oswin cosplay for my flats halloween party on friday. All the while avoiding going to bed/doing the last 2 questions in my maths test.
I want to re-watch the escape artist rn because of David’s face but I don’t want to watch it because of, you know, everything else. you feel me
we’re getting a film for a book that was mentioned in a book and was then written into an actual book based on the book mentioned in a book
Bohemian Gravity and a cappella version of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”
Brilliant. Although now I’m waiting for the “volcano version” where “MAMAAAAA” becomes “LAVAAAAAA. OOooooOOOooo!”
Quantum Queen! Brilliant way to start the day. McGill University master’s student Timothy Blais turned his thesis on three-dimensional gravity into a rock opera cover tune. He has also apparently learned to clone himself.
When you consider that Brian May is an actual astrophysicist and Freddie is named for the closest planet to the sun, this just gets better.
I mean…the ratio of work done on it to number of people who can truly appreciate it has never been lower for a YouTube video…ever. That isn’t to say that you won’t love this. I did, and I had no idea what the frak he was talking about 90% of the time.
This is the best thing I’ve ever seen on youtube. (Except possibly Potter Puppet Pals)
Brian May needs to see this.
Just press play.