“I am always a little sad that there are so few people who play Khajiit, and always disappointed that those who do play them as thieves or assassins. What about the warriors? The wise old mages? What about the Khajiit who have never stolen anything?”
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BORRR-RING…. j/k, my Khajiit did go full-on Thief, but then ended up wiping out the Dark Brotherhood. I think his husband Balimund softened his heart.
“Once I was wandering the Rift with my husband Vilkas. We came across a hunters’ camp, and took advantage of the available bedroll to sleep an hour. Then the “Lover’s Comfort” message appeared. I imagine those hunters still talk about the time two strange adventurers ran up, had sex in one of their bedrolls, and then went on their merry way never to be seen again.”
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- Damon Lindelof lists absent members of cast.
- Alice Eve: And Benedict!
- Damon Lindelof: I am getting to him… Gotta hold the Cumberbatch until the end.
- John Cho: An old family saying.
Woody Harrelson hypnotises Mark Ruffalo
Woody Harrelson hypnotised Mark Ruffalo while making ‘Now You See Me’ - and the cast tricked him into thinking it worked.
The actors form part of an all-star cast for Louis Leterrier’s upcoming heist thriller about a group of magicians who rob a bank, and in order to prepare for the role, all of the stars learned magic tricks which led to a prank on set.
Leterrier explained: ‘Everybody had to learn magic on set. Woody Harrelson went out to bars and tried to hypnotise people. He tried it on Mark Ruffalo and we all pretended that it worked. Woody was so freaked out. He was like, ‘I did it! I don’t know how, but I did it!”x
Mark Ruffalo (41/100): in Now You See Me
Q: You’ve played a police officer before, but what’s different about Dylan?
A: He’s kind of a rogue, he’s kind of mangy and a little sassy. Most of the cops I’ve played are pretty straightforward cops. He’s much more kind of an outsider, you know? They call it a street agent, you know. There’s desk agents and street agents basically in the FBI. He’s kind of unorthodox and he loves being on the street and he’s tough and he doesn’t shave, he doesn’t really follow the rules. He’s something of a lummox. He’s always screwing things up, but does it with a lot of authority.
You had me at sassy, good sir.
“I know everyone loves the companions but I just can’t like a group of people who, in the middle of a civil war, still claim to be apolitical.”
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FWIW, anon, I totally agree. I thought the Companions’ stated reasons for staying out of the war were kind of weaksauce. The other guilds have justifiable reasons for not getting involved - the Thieves’ Guild is in shambles when you first join, the College of Winterhold is regarded with fear and suspicion and probably don’t want to stick their necks out, and the Dark Brotherhood doesn’t seem to give a shit about politics in Skyrim. The other thing I wondered is, if the Companions “show up if the coin is good enough,” why don’t either the Imperials or the Stormcloaks just try paying them to fight on their side?