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My name is Lola. There is a lot of things you don't know about me and probably never will. Texas.
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Karim Benzema scored Real Madrid’s 1000th goal in the UEFA Champions League.
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I just love how James goes from touching Ronaldo’s face to Bale’s hair.
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now what?
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@laurengeorgalas and I discussing Ryan Goslings supposed fatherhood.
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4-0 I AM SO HAPPY , YES , THIS IS MY REAL MADRID I AM SO HAPPY
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REAL MADRID IS BACK EVERYBODY SIT THE FUCK DOWN
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"People miss you more when they see how much happier you are without them."
(via poesietanz)
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jessedampolo:

Tom Hardy- MasterBronson (2009)Inception (2010)Warrior (2011)Lawless (2012)The Dark Knight Rises (2012)Locke (2013)The Drop (2014)

Tom Hardy spam in full effect.
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Tom Hardy- MasterBronson (2009)Inception (2010)Warrior (2011)Lawless (2012)The Dark Knight Rises (2012)Locke (2013)The Drop (2014)

Tom Hardy spam in full effect.
jessedampolo:

Tom Hardy- MasterBronson (2009)Inception (2010)Warrior (2011)Lawless (2012)The Dark Knight Rises (2012)Locke (2013)The Drop (2014)

Tom Hardy spam in full effect.
jessedampolo:

Tom Hardy- MasterBronson (2009)Inception (2010)Warrior (2011)Lawless (2012)The Dark Knight Rises (2012)Locke (2013)The Drop (2014)

Tom Hardy spam in full effect.
jessedampolo:

Tom Hardy- MasterBronson (2009)Inception (2010)Warrior (2011)Lawless (2012)The Dark Knight Rises (2012)Locke (2013)The Drop (2014)

Tom Hardy spam in full effect.
jessedampolo:

Tom Hardy- MasterBronson (2009)Inception (2010)Warrior (2011)Lawless (2012)The Dark Knight Rises (2012)Locke (2013)The Drop (2014)

Tom Hardy spam in full effect.
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Tom Hardy- MasterBronson (2009)Inception (2010)Warrior (2011)Lawless (2012)The Dark Knight Rises (2012)Locke (2013)The Drop (2014)

Tom Hardy spam in full effect.
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marioncotilllards:


I’m from a nice, suburban, middle-class family, but my tattoos remind me where I’ve been.

Happy 37th birthday, Tom Hardy! (September 15th, 1977)

This man.
marioncotilllards:


I’m from a nice, suburban, middle-class family, but my tattoos remind me where I’ve been.

Happy 37th birthday, Tom Hardy! (September 15th, 1977)

This man.
marioncotilllards:


I’m from a nice, suburban, middle-class family, but my tattoos remind me where I’ve been.

Happy 37th birthday, Tom Hardy! (September 15th, 1977)

This man.
marioncotilllards:


I’m from a nice, suburban, middle-class family, but my tattoos remind me where I’ve been.

Happy 37th birthday, Tom Hardy! (September 15th, 1977)

This man.
marioncotilllards:


I’m from a nice, suburban, middle-class family, but my tattoos remind me where I’ve been.

Happy 37th birthday, Tom Hardy! (September 15th, 1977)

This man.
marioncotilllards:


I’m from a nice, suburban, middle-class family, but my tattoos remind me where I’ve been.

Happy 37th birthday, Tom Hardy! (September 15th, 1977)

This man.
marioncotilllards:


I’m from a nice, suburban, middle-class family, but my tattoos remind me where I’ve been.

Happy 37th birthday, Tom Hardy! (September 15th, 1977)

This man.
marioncotilllards:


I’m from a nice, suburban, middle-class family, but my tattoos remind me where I’ve been.

Happy 37th birthday, Tom Hardy! (September 15th, 1977)

This man.
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Tom Hardy for Stand Up To Cancer campaign

Tom Hardy for Stand Up To Cancer campaign
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cumberbatchweb:

As some people had asked here’s the full article from yesterday’s Times on the Stand up to Cancer campaign which Benedict has been photographed for.
I’ve also included all the images in case people are interested (hello Tom Hardy!)
Photos by Greg Williams.
When the photographer Greg Williams took these pictures, he was looking for one thing: urgency. Gillian Anderson flung off her heels and ran barefoot along the pavement; Idris Elba bolted down a London street; Steve Coogan leapt over a hedge. It was all in aid of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign, which launches this autumn.
Williams lost his mother to ovarian cancer in 2008, after three relapses that spanned 19 years. For this project he asked his subjects to sprint towards him “as fast as they can, as if trying to save a life”.
The first person Williams enlisted was his good friend, the actor Tom Hardy, who charged down the road near his house in a dressing gown and boxer shorts. The idea was that, “He could have just been making his breakfast at home and then suddenly it’s this mad call to arms. He drops everything and the most important thing in the world is saving that life,” says Williams.
Other stars soon came forward to support the campaign. Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne and Anna Friel all took part in a bid to increase awareness. “The quicker we move, the faster we can find cures and help people,” says Williams. “It makes perfect sense really.”
Stand Up To Cancer is a joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 (standuptocancer.org.uk)
cumberbatchweb:

As some people had asked here’s the full article from yesterday’s Times on the Stand up to Cancer campaign which Benedict has been photographed for.
I’ve also included all the images in case people are interested (hello Tom Hardy!)
Photos by Greg Williams.
When the photographer Greg Williams took these pictures, he was looking for one thing: urgency. Gillian Anderson flung off her heels and ran barefoot along the pavement; Idris Elba bolted down a London street; Steve Coogan leapt over a hedge. It was all in aid of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign, which launches this autumn.
Williams lost his mother to ovarian cancer in 2008, after three relapses that spanned 19 years. For this project he asked his subjects to sprint towards him “as fast as they can, as if trying to save a life”.
The first person Williams enlisted was his good friend, the actor Tom Hardy, who charged down the road near his house in a dressing gown and boxer shorts. The idea was that, “He could have just been making his breakfast at home and then suddenly it’s this mad call to arms. He drops everything and the most important thing in the world is saving that life,” says Williams.
Other stars soon came forward to support the campaign. Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne and Anna Friel all took part in a bid to increase awareness. “The quicker we move, the faster we can find cures and help people,” says Williams. “It makes perfect sense really.”
Stand Up To Cancer is a joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 (standuptocancer.org.uk)
cumberbatchweb:

As some people had asked here’s the full article from yesterday’s Times on the Stand up to Cancer campaign which Benedict has been photographed for.
I’ve also included all the images in case people are interested (hello Tom Hardy!)
Photos by Greg Williams.
When the photographer Greg Williams took these pictures, he was looking for one thing: urgency. Gillian Anderson flung off her heels and ran barefoot along the pavement; Idris Elba bolted down a London street; Steve Coogan leapt over a hedge. It was all in aid of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign, which launches this autumn.
Williams lost his mother to ovarian cancer in 2008, after three relapses that spanned 19 years. For this project he asked his subjects to sprint towards him “as fast as they can, as if trying to save a life”.
The first person Williams enlisted was his good friend, the actor Tom Hardy, who charged down the road near his house in a dressing gown and boxer shorts. The idea was that, “He could have just been making his breakfast at home and then suddenly it’s this mad call to arms. He drops everything and the most important thing in the world is saving that life,” says Williams.
Other stars soon came forward to support the campaign. Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne and Anna Friel all took part in a bid to increase awareness. “The quicker we move, the faster we can find cures and help people,” says Williams. “It makes perfect sense really.”
Stand Up To Cancer is a joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 (standuptocancer.org.uk)
cumberbatchweb:

As some people had asked here’s the full article from yesterday’s Times on the Stand up to Cancer campaign which Benedict has been photographed for.
I’ve also included all the images in case people are interested (hello Tom Hardy!)
Photos by Greg Williams.
When the photographer Greg Williams took these pictures, he was looking for one thing: urgency. Gillian Anderson flung off her heels and ran barefoot along the pavement; Idris Elba bolted down a London street; Steve Coogan leapt over a hedge. It was all in aid of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign, which launches this autumn.
Williams lost his mother to ovarian cancer in 2008, after three relapses that spanned 19 years. For this project he asked his subjects to sprint towards him “as fast as they can, as if trying to save a life”.
The first person Williams enlisted was his good friend, the actor Tom Hardy, who charged down the road near his house in a dressing gown and boxer shorts. The idea was that, “He could have just been making his breakfast at home and then suddenly it’s this mad call to arms. He drops everything and the most important thing in the world is saving that life,” says Williams.
Other stars soon came forward to support the campaign. Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne and Anna Friel all took part in a bid to increase awareness. “The quicker we move, the faster we can find cures and help people,” says Williams. “It makes perfect sense really.”
Stand Up To Cancer is a joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 (standuptocancer.org.uk)
cumberbatchweb:

As some people had asked here’s the full article from yesterday’s Times on the Stand up to Cancer campaign which Benedict has been photographed for.
I’ve also included all the images in case people are interested (hello Tom Hardy!)
Photos by Greg Williams.
When the photographer Greg Williams took these pictures, he was looking for one thing: urgency. Gillian Anderson flung off her heels and ran barefoot along the pavement; Idris Elba bolted down a London street; Steve Coogan leapt over a hedge. It was all in aid of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign, which launches this autumn.
Williams lost his mother to ovarian cancer in 2008, after three relapses that spanned 19 years. For this project he asked his subjects to sprint towards him “as fast as they can, as if trying to save a life”.
The first person Williams enlisted was his good friend, the actor Tom Hardy, who charged down the road near his house in a dressing gown and boxer shorts. The idea was that, “He could have just been making his breakfast at home and then suddenly it’s this mad call to arms. He drops everything and the most important thing in the world is saving that life,” says Williams.
Other stars soon came forward to support the campaign. Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne and Anna Friel all took part in a bid to increase awareness. “The quicker we move, the faster we can find cures and help people,” says Williams. “It makes perfect sense really.”
Stand Up To Cancer is a joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 (standuptocancer.org.uk)
cumberbatchweb:

As some people had asked here’s the full article from yesterday’s Times on the Stand up to Cancer campaign which Benedict has been photographed for.
I’ve also included all the images in case people are interested (hello Tom Hardy!)
Photos by Greg Williams.
When the photographer Greg Williams took these pictures, he was looking for one thing: urgency. Gillian Anderson flung off her heels and ran barefoot along the pavement; Idris Elba bolted down a London street; Steve Coogan leapt over a hedge. It was all in aid of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign, which launches this autumn.
Williams lost his mother to ovarian cancer in 2008, after three relapses that spanned 19 years. For this project he asked his subjects to sprint towards him “as fast as they can, as if trying to save a life”.
The first person Williams enlisted was his good friend, the actor Tom Hardy, who charged down the road near his house in a dressing gown and boxer shorts. The idea was that, “He could have just been making his breakfast at home and then suddenly it’s this mad call to arms. He drops everything and the most important thing in the world is saving that life,” says Williams.
Other stars soon came forward to support the campaign. Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne and Anna Friel all took part in a bid to increase awareness. “The quicker we move, the faster we can find cures and help people,” says Williams. “It makes perfect sense really.”
Stand Up To Cancer is a joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 (standuptocancer.org.uk)
cumberbatchweb:

As some people had asked here’s the full article from yesterday’s Times on the Stand up to Cancer campaign which Benedict has been photographed for.
I’ve also included all the images in case people are interested (hello Tom Hardy!)
Photos by Greg Williams.
When the photographer Greg Williams took these pictures, he was looking for one thing: urgency. Gillian Anderson flung off her heels and ran barefoot along the pavement; Idris Elba bolted down a London street; Steve Coogan leapt over a hedge. It was all in aid of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign, which launches this autumn.
Williams lost his mother to ovarian cancer in 2008, after three relapses that spanned 19 years. For this project he asked his subjects to sprint towards him “as fast as they can, as if trying to save a life”.
The first person Williams enlisted was his good friend, the actor Tom Hardy, who charged down the road near his house in a dressing gown and boxer shorts. The idea was that, “He could have just been making his breakfast at home and then suddenly it’s this mad call to arms. He drops everything and the most important thing in the world is saving that life,” says Williams.
Other stars soon came forward to support the campaign. Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne and Anna Friel all took part in a bid to increase awareness. “The quicker we move, the faster we can find cures and help people,” says Williams. “It makes perfect sense really.”
Stand Up To Cancer is a joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 (standuptocancer.org.uk)