My kitten gets impatient waiting for my boyfriend to get up in the morning
Colin’s star is on the rise after roles in Merlin and The FallIrish actor Colin Morgan has been cast in new US series Humans.
The Armagh native is set to pack his bags and head to Hollywood for the new drama being produced by Made Men producers AMC and Channel 4.
The highly anticipated show is a remake of the Swedish sci-fi drama Real Humans.
Renamed Humans the series will air in both the U.K. and America in 2015.
omfg that is just too adorable
i can show you the world
if i ever fail to reblog this, assume that i am dead
i love you so, witch cat and brave kitten
Has anyone posted this yet? (I didn’t happen to see it in the tags…)David Anders posted this on twitter, but then I didn’t see it when I went to his page (Is twitter just tweaking on me? Or does that mean he deleted the post or something?). Since I didn’t see the post, I couldn’t link to it, so I just took a screenshot from my timeline (hence the crappy quality, sorry).Anyway, BRADLEY!!!! :) I’m just glad he’s alive (although he might be a zombie? haha!).
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Title: In a Land of Prats and a Time of Zombies
Word Count: 54,081
Warnings: Graphic depictions of violence, supporting character death
Summary: Em may not remember his own name, but he likes to think he’s a pretty nice guy. Aside from the whole eating-people thing. Unfortunately Arthur, who has been trained specifically to blow the heads off zombies, doesn’t share this view of things. (Warm Bodies fusion)
Why I loved it: This story was one of my favorites from the recent After Camlann Big Bang challenge. It combines the classic enemies-to-lovers trope with a great plot, fast pace, terrific characterizations, and a tone that intertwines humor and intensity. Set in a post-apocalyptic future, Merlin is a zombie and Arthur, one of the last remaining humans, is a zombie hunter. I’m not familiar with Warm Bodes, with which this is a fusion, but that didn’t get in the way of my immersion in the fic. The story nicely juggles the built-in conflict of the real and innate violence of the zombies - they kill to live and this isn’t downplayed - with the sweetness and likability of the characters, especially Merlin. It’s also effective at showing the dawning of moral consciousness among the zombies. I love the way the author ties in the development of a moral compass in an individual to the turning of a new age for the whole au universe. It felt “big,” in the way an epic fic should. I found myself catching my breath over the surprising and imaginative way the author connected this future au back to canon. The ending was fantastic - really satisfying and a bit mind blowing. Highly recommended!
(This one is a response to questions I received about Colin’s screentime. This is a heavy spoiler so only read when you really can’t wait to see it. It’s not as detailed as the first scene I wrote about - it’s merely giving an overlook of his scenes.)
Colin is in it quite a bit. I think of the…