dexcetera

Take a deep breath and tell us your deepest, darkest secret,

so we can wipe our brow

and know that we’re not alone.

Alan Watts (1915 – 1973)
Zen Master (via his-dark-side)

sisforsammi:

I’d listen to him mate, he goes on to be Dexter!

- You know, I have to work not to be worring about you all the time. You could get yourself killed if…
- If what?
- If that’s what you want.
- That’s not what I want.
- Are you sure? 
daddypolice:

So I met my absolute hero today

daddypolice:

So I met my absolute hero today

satanmuki:

“I’m just aware that many people are expressing that they aren’t. So many ways they could have ended it. I’m sad that this didn’t resonate with more people as an emotionally satisfying ending but I find it plausible. Undeniably, he’s still alive and there is an open-ended nature to that…” He anticipates my predictable response, ” … and yes, possibly a desire to revisit the character at some point in the story but there are no specific plans to do that.” 
From an interview via Independent

satanmuki:

“I’m just aware that many people are expressing that they aren’t. So many ways they could have ended it. I’m sad that this didn’t resonate with more people as an emotionally satisfying ending but I find it plausible. Undeniably, he’s still alive and there is an open-ended nature to that…” He anticipates my predictable response, ” … and yes, possibly a desire to revisit the character at some point in the story but there are no specific plans to do that.” 

From an interview via Independent

jemimakay:

July 6th, the last day of Michael’s Broadway run.

Going to miss these daily pics of him. :’)

Pic credits:

Christine Dante, Kristin Simone, Therese Borkenhagen, Abigail Reuben

jemimakay:

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jemimakay:

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satanmuki:

Michael C. Hall in the first official trailer for “Cold In July”

satanmuki:

Michael C. Hall in the first official trailer for “Cold In July”

lizard-on-ice:

A fan asks Michael C. Hall to say “Tonight’s the night”