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Random Judi gifs

Reblogging because… well, why not?!

It’s Judi.

Does one need another reason?  Really??

There’s never any need for another reason than that it’s Judi! She’s the only reason for anything!

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Clarking List of Sexiness: 3 - Agent in Shining Armour

I love, love, LOVE the fact that Coulson climbs up into the wheelhouse of the Bus in order to rescue Skye from Ward. And then the way she rushes at him and they hug for several moments before he worriedly asks her if she’s okay…

Nobody is as cool as Coulson

Which is why I absolutely LOVE it when Thor calls him “Son of Coul” - like Thor’s acknowledging how cool Coulson is! (Yeah, I know, I’m a Nerd!)

Clarking List of Sexiness: 3 - Agent in Shining Armour

I love, love, LOVE the fact that Coulson climbs up into the wheelhouse of the Bus in order to rescue Skye from Ward. And then the way she rushes at him and they hug for several moments before he worriedly asks her if she’s okay…

Something I’ve noticed on AoS. You can tell when Coulson’s about to go into action - he undoes the button on his jacket - right before he punches someone in the face…

My hero!

This is Coulson’s angry face. He may not go green, but you still don’t want to make him angry - or you may find he’s done with you…

This whole scene, Coulson’s anger and Skye’s revelation of just why she’s joined SHIELD, chokes me up every time… Brilliant acting from both Clark and Chloe.

Cheltenham Literature Festival: Dame Judi Dench believes young actors are being left in limbo

Oscar-winning actress Dame Judi Dench believes aspiring young actors are being discouraged from pursuing their dreams as a result of the laziness of professional companies.

The 79-year-old actress told an audience at Cheltenham Literature Festival that she felt angry about the way budding young stars are “left in limbo” after securing an audition for a role.

“A lot of young actors and students and people who get an audition now are left in limbo,” she said.

“And I get terribly angry about this. I feel I’ve got to stand up about it. Who do you go to in order to learn and make the mistakes if you are never told how you got on?

“It must be the easiest thing in the world to have a letter written and all you need to do is to send it someone.

“A friend of mine four to five months ago auditioned for a huge company and never heard back from one day to the next.

“Since the production has started now they just have assumed they didn’t get the role. It’s clearly discouraging to young students.”

The Philomena actress added that “it doesn’t hold true that good actors are in the job.”

“It’s if you are lucky if you have a job and if you happen to be good at it then that’s good too,” she told a sell-out crowd at the Times Forum in Montpellier Gardens.

“But don’t be dissuaded from doing it.”

Dench was guarded about how she felt about being killed off in the latest James Bond film, Skyfall, although her comments were telling.

“Don’t ask me what I feel about Ralph Fiennes playing the part,” he said.

“It was not Sam [Mendes, who directed the film]. I never found out who it was and I don’t want to find out.”

Later during the event, however, she let slip that screenwriter John Logan – who she subsequently worked with on play Peter and Alice – had been the one who had given her the chop.

“I just kept on asking questions and after a while he [John] turned round and said ‘do you wonder why I killed you off in Skyfall?.”

She admitted that she enjoyed the power that came with her character. “I liked the power of M but I did not like it when people called me bossy. I’m not bossy.”

The Philomena star also spoke about her latest project, film sequel The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel filmed in India.

“Two more people are in it this time,” she said. “Tamsin Greig which is very very good news and Richard Gere. But don’t tell anyone.”

But despite her film work in recent years, she still pines for the theatre.

"My daughter is on tour at the moment and we went the other night and I sat there and thought ‘gosh I miss that.’

"There’s no substitute to being part of a company."

She dismissed a question which suggested she might struggle with the workload which can run up to eight performances in a week.

"It’s very fashionable for someone else to play the part for a couple of performances but it was not the way I was trained or brought up.

"I was blessed with an enormous amount of energy and if you have two shows on a Wednesday you go easy on the Tuesday night."

Source

Cheltenham Literature Festival: Dame Judi Dench believes young actors are being left in limbo

Oscar-winning actress Dame Judi Dench believes aspiring young actors are being discouraged from pursuing their dreams as a result of the laziness of professional companies.

The 79-year-old actress told an audience at Cheltenham Literature Festival that she felt angry about the way budding young stars are “left in limbo” after securing an audition for a role.

“A lot of young actors and students and people who get an audition now are left in limbo,” she said.

“And I get terribly angry about this. I feel I’ve got to stand up about it. Who do you go to in order to learn and make the mistakes if you are never told how you got on?

“It must be the easiest thing in the world to have a letter written and all you need to do is to send it someone.

“A friend of mine four to five months ago auditioned for a huge company and never heard back from one day to the next.

“Since the production has started now they just have assumed they didn’t get the role. It’s clearly discouraging to young students.”

The Philomena actress added that “it doesn’t hold true that good actors are in the job.”

“It’s if you are lucky if you have a job and if you happen to be good at it then that’s good too,” she told a sell-out crowd at the Times Forum in Montpellier Gardens.

“But don’t be dissuaded from doing it.”

Dench was guarded about how she felt about being killed off in the latest James Bond film, Skyfall, although her comments were telling.

“Don’t ask me what I feel about Ralph Fiennes playing the part,” he said.

“It was not Sam [Mendes, who directed the film]. I never found out who it was and I don’t want to find out.”

Later during the event, however, she let slip that screenwriter John Logan – who she subsequently worked with on play Peter and Alice – had been the one who had given her the chop.

“I just kept on asking questions and after a while he [John] turned round and said ‘do you wonder why I killed you off in Skyfall?.”

She admitted that she enjoyed the power that came with her character. “I liked the power of M but I did not like it when people called me bossy. I’m not bossy.”

The Philomena star also spoke about her latest project, film sequel The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel filmed in India.

“Two more people are in it this time,” she said. “Tamsin Greig which is very very good news and Richard Gere. But don’t tell anyone.”

But despite her film work in recent years, she still pines for the theatre.

"My daughter is on tour at the moment and we went the other night and I sat there and thought ‘gosh I miss that.’

"There’s no substitute to being part of a company."

She dismissed a question which suggested she might struggle with the workload which can run up to eight performances in a week.

"It’s very fashionable for someone else to play the part for a couple of performances but it was not the way I was trained or brought up.

"I was blessed with an enormous amount of energy and if you have two shows on a Wednesday you go easy on the Tuesday night."

Source

inspieos:

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Agent Smirky McSmirkson decides to mess with Skye’s head and not confirm or deny the existence of a SHIELD truth serum…

He’s a dork. And a big ol’ tease…

And so madly in love with her.

Truly, madly, deeply - already… Like, from the very first minute he set eyes on her. And she him!

Agent Smirky McSmirkson decides to mess with Skye’s head and not confirm or deny the existence of a SHIELD truth serum…

He’s a dork. And a big ol’ tease…

agecannotwitherher:

fuckyeahdench:

"M"

I’m in love with this picture.  She’s saying “don’t mess with me”.

Actually, I think she’s saying “Don’t mess with me, or I will end you”! That’s definitely the hard stare of a seriously pissed off M.

agecannotwitherher:

fuckyeahdench:

"M"

I’m in love with this picture. She’s saying “don’t mess with me”.

Actually, I think she’s saying “Don’t mess with me, or I will end you”! That’s definitely the hard stare of a seriously pissed off M.

This moment hits me every time. So much heartfelt relief from both of them…

*snorts*

This is a bit closer - though still not close enough, alas… Still, it’s a mighty fine arse!

Fret ye not, little one - his arse is totally on the list (among so many other things!).

*smirks*

Good gods, you guys!

Now I’m going to pretend this is Coulson and Skye going undercover at some event, because hot damn I would love to see THAT on my screen!

Good gods, you guys!

Now I’m going to pretend this is Coulson and Skye going undercover at some event, because hot damn I would love to see THAT on my screen!

His pointer finger circled my puckered love cave. ‘Are you ready for this?’ he mewled, smirking at me like a mother hamster about to eat her three-legged young.

50 Shades of Grey

Next time you feel bad about your work, remember this shit got published

(via assguardingloki)

How can anyone consider this remotely sexy or erotic? I mean that! HOW?! I want to vomit!

The Clarking List of Sexiness: 2 - Agent Coulson, Action Man

I love how this scene was shot, with the camera swinging 360 degrees around Clark and Leonor Varela as they move close together and turn to face in opposite directions as they’re firing. Lovely choreography.

Plus, ActionMan!Coulson is always sexy!