Let It Be

The Beatles
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The Beatles - Let It Be

When I find myself in times of trouble
Mother Mary comes to me
speaking words of wisdom,
“Let it be.” 

And in my hour of darkness
She is standing right in front of me
speaking words of wisdom,
“Let it be.” 

Some Nights

Some Nights
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fun. - Some Nights

But I still wake up, I still see your ghost
Oh Lord, I’m still not sure what I stand for
What do I stand for? What do I stand for?
Most nights, I don’t know anymore.

FYI— fun.’s new album was released yesterday.

Robert Downey Jr.
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Robert Downey Jr. - On his young fans

“I really, really, really get off on the fact that I have young fans. And um, because I really didn’t when I was of the appropriate age.  And now that I’m a little bit gray at the temples, it’s really fun to have the youngsters enjoy what I do.”

And I really, really, really get off on the fact that you really, really, really get off on the fact that you have young fans, Mr. Downey.

(via fuckyeahrdj)

"There are some genuinely worrying moments of sexual tension between (Downey Jr.’s Holmes and Law’s Watson). Worrying, because as soon as they’re given the tiniest of chances they’re inadvertently on top of one another in an uncompromising position. It’s difficult to dissuade a wanting for them to just get on with it and fulfill their pent-up sexuality."


— review from Gay Times of Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows.


“(Holmes) … is also there to rescue Watson from the boredom of heterosexual life. Holmes is always taunting Watson about how the doctor is clearly having much more fun on their adventure than he would have on a honeymoon in Brighton. And though Watson protests, we know Holmes is right.

Put another way, this is a movie about what two ultra-smart, ultra-tough guys like Holmes and Watson would do on their honeymoon.  Shooting the biggest freaking guns you’ve ever seen is involved … There’s no heterosexual alibi at all. I love that this movie exudes a feeling of “yeah, this is totally gay and you love it.” Because we do love it! The rapport between Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law is spicier and more believable than what you see between the leads in most romantic comedies.”

— review from io9 of Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows