cecil and carlos sitting in a tree
first comes love
then comes marriage
then comes a strange anthropomorphic blob of glowing goo that moved in one day while they were at work and refuses to leave so now it just sits in the middle of the living room and whines loudly whenever anyone switches the channel off of its terrible soap operas
cecil calls it steve.
and now the weather
He’s more complex, he’s very complex. Maybe because I’m the actor who plays him, I understand him and I agree with him. I agree with everything he does. In the prologue, he turns away when the dragon comes. Would you do any differently? This is a dragon. He knows. He’s fought dragons, he was part of the big serpent wars, he knows how hard they are to kill.
Do you remember the look between the dwarves and the elves? That look was about – “You dwarves have accumulated a lot of wealth and you’ve hoarded it away, what do you think is gonna happen? You’re gonna burn. You’re asking for trouble, you’re summoning a dragon with this activity right now.” I don’t want the wealth, you know? He’s a natural wild creature. He wants the white gems that are there because they mean something, they’re heirlooms of his people and they mean something. But that big pile of gold that’s so important to the dwarves is also important to that dragon. So when that dragon comes, he’s like – “This is your problem, not mine. And I am the custodian of this wood, and I am the custodian of these elves.” And you know, elves are immortal creatures, their lives are precious, precious things. He feels a real obligation to not waste them fighting a dragon the dwarves summoned. - Lee Pace (x)
Straight men are so gay.
Do you think they know?