waiting for all the people who have ghosted me to return when they finally realize their mistake [🎥 casper]
Stranger Things 3 Trailer: *exists* You: LOOK AT MY MEME!
Pics from my dad’s recent vacation. [Murder Mystery]
A recap of Stranger Things 2
They're coming back! Queer Eye, S4, July 19th.
🎶baby, baby, baby, I’m on a roll 🎶
warm up your discman the new ashley o is out (but really, it's streaming everywhere now)
Thinking about #Nabrina and how I never showed you guys this photo before because I was certain it would send y'all into a frenzy. 📸 by @dritch for #glamstheticseries
The making of @rimoftheworldmovie looks like going to summer camp with all your best friends... but ya know with aliens and spaceships too
@trinkets launches tomorrow and it's a really sweet show about finding friends in unlikely places. If you've ever suffered immense heartbreak, felt super unsure of yourself, or broken a few rules, then you'll truly enjoy this one!
Deeply feeling bottom right corner, hbu 👇?
The real Exonerated Five and the actors who play them in @whentheyseeus Korey Wise played by Jharrel Jerome Yusef Salaam played by Ethan Herisse Raymond Santana played by Marquis Rodriguez Kevin Richardson played by Asante Blackk Anton McCray played by Caleel Harris. 📸: @bradogbonna for @nytimes
Just when I think I’ve seen it all...
Consider this roundup of Netflix stars dancing and singing behind the scenes as my official petition for every show and movie to have a musical episode. Sign your name below if you support this cause.
Listen, everyone’s first kiss is different....
Ashley Too play my favorite song
officially an Ashley O stan ✌️
This summer will change everything 🐀
Have you watched @whentheyseeus this weekend? It’s based on a true story, where, in 1989, Raymond Santana, Kevin Richardson, Korey Wise, Yusef Salaam, and Antron McCray—ages 14, 15, and 16, were wrongfully accused of an attack on a woman in Central Park. Despite no DNA evidence, fingerprints, or blood linking any of them to the crime, all five defendants were convicted and grew up in prison. When They See Us focuses on how the justice system let these young boys down — at the cost of their childhood — and the way families fight for freedom and justice in the face of tragedy. If you never heard of this story, now is the time to dive in.
Acting normal, being casual, cool, comfy, chill.
Y’all, tell your friends you’re proud of them! Do it! TELL THEM RIGHT NOW!!
If you’ve ever been bullied for having red hair (which is a ridiculous thing that people choose to be cruel about) then let these 5 awesome red heads be a reminder that you’re not only stunning with your auburn locks, but you’re fiercely smart, clever, and capable of achieving incredible things. Also, if you’re out there bullying people, literally just stop. . (📸 Tap to see photo credit)
Instead of selfies, my phone is full of photos of my favorite actors and their doubles.
Official campaign manager for #Brik 2020. Their platform is very pro-lizard, if you’re into that 🦎
“Take two hours of the day to not be on your phone, and to live in the world and be present. And let go of social media for a minute. And go be out in the world and experience life with your own two eyes and two hands and the body that you were given.” sage advice from @tatigabrielle for @mochimagofficial *promptly posts photos and puts phone down* (📸 by @leodeveney)
So much joy and love was shared at the @whentheyseeus premiere last night. This show will take you on an emotional rollercoaster and these young men will amaze you with their performances. (📸 by @mark.c)
Took these babes on a road trip, gave @alexfitzalan a bunch of cameras to capture the magic, all of a sudden feel like throwing my phone in the woods
Keeping y’all well fed 🐀
Rotate the “p” in “pie” and it turns into “die,” really makes you think
Is there anything cuter than Sam going on his tiptoes to kiss Grizz?
Was feeling nostalgic