I remember Hoechlin talking about the neck roll thing during the cast commentary of episode 1.10, where he mentioned that he’d actually suffered from repetitive neck spasms that caused this kind of twitch-roll movement, and that he’d used that muscle memory when he had to act out these scenes. This is actually precisely the same motion that my roommate makes when he gets neck spasms, and I remember wondering if Hoechlin had experienced the same thing before I even watched the commentary.
The thing is, my roommate’s neck twitches are a symptom of his PTSD. I’m sure there’s a hundred perfectly mundane reasons why someone would suffer from repetitive muscle twitches, so I’m not about to imply that there’s any connection there, but shots like these will always make me feel a little sad. It’s funny, because Derek’s supposed to come off as brutal and frightening in this scene, but every time I see that neck roll I just think of someone trying to shake away something horrible that won’t let them go.
"This is why you can’t trust women! They’re so good at makeup and wear it to fool guys into thinking they’re hot!"
shit. girls he’s on to us *washes off makeup to reveal lizard face and climbs up a wall* we will return with a new disguise. soon the power of earthly men will fall
how do you act around people who dont like star trek
follow the prime directive and don’t interfere with underdeveloped societies
i never understood how in movies the parents didnt believe in Santa but he was actually real like who the fuck did the parents think put the presents under the tree like what
fettuccine alfredo is just mac and cheese for people who dont like to have fun
Loki with his mommy :>
I finally saw Thor - The Dark World! And I loved the girls especially <3 Also, I have many Loki feels. He honestly needed a mom’s hug orz
All the SPN feels yesterday DDD:
i felt the sudden urge to have this on my blog
I dont know how much more school my body can handle
Doctor Who Meme: 3/10 Favourite episodes:
The Eleventh Hour
That would be yes then.