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All set for Hollywood! Irish actor Colin Morgan lands lead role in new US drama

(Source: worthyourtears)


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!).

Rec: In a Land of Prats and a Time of Zombies by jinkandtherebels


Title: In a Land of Prats and a Time of Zombies
Author: jinkandtherebels
Pairing: Merlin/Arthur
Rating: PG-13
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!

Inside Testament of Youth: Victor Richardson's scenes / Colin's screentime


(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…

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