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divergentofficial:

Welcome, new Initiates! We know you loved the Divergent film, so we thought we’d share eight juicy details that weren’t in the movie you can look forward to when you read the book.

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1. There’s more than hamburgers in the Dauntless cafeteria—there’s chocolate cake! Can you guess which…

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rachel berry in every single episode (season 5° edition); 
→ 5x16: Tested

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18 4 / 2014

fishcustardandthecumberbeast:

tsundereslasher:

E.T., what about E.T.?

That moment when Jeremy realises he’s in his 40’s.

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But the funny thing about that is we (as readers/viewers) sometimes miss out on information that might have been interesting. The author didn’t think it was, but fans? Most fans will soak up content like a sponge (see: LotR extended editions, cutscenes, etc). And so we’re likely to ask ridiculous questions like “What is laundry day like at Avengers Tower?” - not because it’s important to the narrative, but because we’re curious.

Not to mention: every narrator is an unreliable narrator. Especially the ones who seem the most straightforward. Which means there are a wealth of stories not being told hiding right behind the story that is.

Which, I think, gives an inkling of the primary difference between original fic and fanfic: original fic is declarative, saying “here is the story, these are the important events and characters and aspects of the world,” while fanfic is exploratory (even when it’s got a cracking good plot).

Fanfic exists in the interstices, in the ellipses and the enjambment. Fanfiction exists in the moment before the wave function collapses. A transformative work doesn’t actually transform the original media it is based off of (because the original medium exists in a fixed state and cannot be literally changed by fans unless the canon creators allow it to be so) so much as take the essential structure of the narrative and the characters and twist it, turn it, rotate and reflect it until we’ve built a fractal around it.

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“Fandom as Inhabitation of Negative Space” (via cypress-tree)

JESUS, THIS HAS HOW MANY NOTES??

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When you get to the end of a story and want to fill in all the blanks, that’s not necessarily the sign of a lack in the original. Sometimes it’s just because you don’t want to leave this amazing new world that has been created!

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unbalancedfox:

g0ggles:

When people in movies run directly away from the train / boulder / truck / etc instead of just like, taking two steps to the side of it

OH NO A GIGANTIC TREE FALLING OVER *runs away directly along its length*

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pointless-posts-and-fandoms:

karenhallion:

queenmera:

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Every time I see this, it makes me happy. 

Hemsworth looks like he got his ass kicked multiple times while Evans just laughed at him the entire time

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randomneesly-awesome:

brucebannrs:

How It Should Have Ended: Frozen [x]

I WAS SO HAPPY WHEN I SAW THIS A FEW DAYS AGO ON MY YOUTUBE SCREEN OMG

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