Believe that a mother’s love is stronger than her dark heart.
#i can’t help but be in awe of regina as a mom #a selfish character who put herself and her revenge above all else gave up all of it #all of her control #over this little boy #her everything #her reason to smile #her reason to feel loved again #all without expecting nothing in return #in fact she knew that allowing him in her life might mean the destruction of her so carefully planned revenge #the revenge that cost her the life of the one person she still had left that she loved and that loved her back #she knew it but still she looked at him #looked at his chubby smiling face #and she put him first #she did everything in her power to give him his best chance at happiness
The best chance they could have possibly been given.
guys can we talk about REgina Mills for a sec?
I was thinking today about how the OUAT writers, out of all the characters (and there are a lot) and main character— the most established one is actually kind of just Regina?
so my roommate often talks in his sleep
normally it’s just things in spanish, or gibberish, or fragments of sentences
but tonight his true colors came out and i hear him say excitedly
"Yeah guys, and now it’s time to Bedazzle everything.”
There’s more to life than just looking for the next fight. You’ve got to look for the moments.
Adam & Edward: I love that!
Edward: I love that you touched her face! That was not in the script. Lana came up with that and that was like an awesome choice.
Lana: You know, I remember thinking… I reshot this scene after I worked with Bailee on some of the other scenes, and I just.. part of me missed touching her. I just missed touching her when I was kind and loving towards her. Like I wanted her to stop crying, and to calm her like she did in the true love scene.
Edward: It was so complicated, because you wanted to help her stop crying and yet at the same time you were basically saying ‘but, there’s nothing you can do, you’re going to die’.
i dont know if the picture is supposed to be of the employee who forgot the blunt or the customer who found it and im not sure which would be funnier
Jena Malone and Sam Claflin for Glamour Magazine