Hannibal doesn’t speak English, Will doesn’t speak Lithuanian, yet when they meet there is an instant, electric connection between them that eclipses every language barrier.
“aš negaliu jums iš mano galvos" / "i can’t get you out of my head"
"They’ll either end up married or she’ll kill him", Remus said and flopped down on the couch next to James. "There is no middle ground with these two."
BENEDICK: Fair Beatrice, I thank you for your pains.
BEATRICE: I took no more pains for those thanks than you take pains to thank me: if it had been painful, I would not have come.
Fancast: Aldis Hodge as Tony Stark
#oh my goddddddd #i’m automatically a million times more interested in rich kind of dickish superheroes when they are poc tbh #because like imagine being a little black boy growing up so so so smart and so so so alone #half your teachers dismissing you when you get bored and restless because you already KNOW all this stuff #and focusing on your disruptive behaviour that results from that combination of boredom and loneliness #you grow up without any real peers because the other kids at your rich fancy private school are all white #and nobody would ever dare say anything but you’re self-conscious anyway #so you deal with it by being as outrageous as possible because then at least you can control why they look at you askance #your dad’s been trying to prove himself to long gone heroes for as long as you can remember #and your mother loves you but she doesn’t always understand you #they die young and you go off the rails and it doesn’t even sting that they all think you’ve proven them right #because you kind of believe it as well #you’ve grown up never seeing a black boy on the television who wasn’t violent #and even when you get straightened out some with help from rhodey there’s a long fucking way to go #but you reach out and you /demand/ respect because you’re angry and you want justice for all your wrongs #the media never really accept you; they’re hungry for more of your misadventures so they can paint you like a villain (via peppermoonchilds)
Hannibal AU, in which Hannibal is really bad at playing instruments.
We thought we lost you (884 words) by Jeydon
Fandom: In the Flesh (TV)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: Author Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Simon Monroe/Kieren Walker, Amy Dyer & Kieren Walker, Amy Dyer/Simon Monroe
Tumblr prompt: Kieren is about to be sent to Norfolk as a non compliant but Simon and Amy don’t know. A year later Kieren comes back completely changed and wants nothing to do with his family Amy or Simon, so they have to try and remind him of who he really is. [ Changed a bit, Simon and Amy are there when he’s taken but they have no idea why he’s being taken away, unlike his parents ]
In The Flesh AU- Simon and Kieren meet in the treatment centre
Kieren Walker opened his eyes and sat up, expecting his room to be empty. Alex, who he was meant to be sharing with, had disappeared after an incident during checkups. Where? Kieren didn’t even want to think about. However, as he looked over at the supposedly empty bed, he was surprised to see it occupied. An older man with shadows for hair and moonlight for skin, lay twitching in his sleep. Simon, the older man’s name which he learnt later, was quiet at first. Then slowly they both began to open up to each other. Through sleepless nights and flashbacks they held one another. Whispering promises to never be apart and live for each other. Then when experiments begin and they were torn apart, separated in different treatment centres, waiting for the day when they’re reunited.
OH MY GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD YES
AU Sherlock Holmes
Eva Green as S. Holmes
Kelly Reilly as J. Watson
Natalie Dormer as J. Moriarty
1888, Jack the Ripper terrorizes the streets of London. Scotland Yard, desperate to catch the killer, reluctantly consults with the infamous detective, Sherlocke Holmes and her stalwart colleague, the pioneering doctor, Joanna Watson. Sherlocke delves into the underbelly of London, and her curiosity is ignited when she discovers that the Ripper may not be a serial killer at all, but merely the servant of a greater master.
Everywhere Sherlocke turns, the name ‘Moriarty' whispers through the blood-soaked streets. She soon becomes embroiled in a cat-and-mouse game with the mysterious entity that is Moriarty, a game that may end up costing not only the soul of London itself, but also her own.
[summary by Ari]