Mom,dad and their boys.
(via dweebys)Source: mbthecool
Andrew Marlowe and the Castle writers, getting foreshadowing right since 2009: “Think of foreshadowing as setup. The best foreshadowing is subtle and is woven into the story; often in multiple ways. In this fashion, foreshadowing helps build tension and gives resonance and power to the story.”
DAMN YOU MARLOWE! DAMN YOU!
(via dweebys)Source: shipper-of-all-things
I just wanna take a moment to say how lifelike this scene was. The emotions on the face, the gestures, just AGH.
not to mention a 3D-animated kiss that actually looks like a kiss.
And just LOOK AT THE WAY HE HUGS HER
Also can we talk about the fabric movement CAN WE
the way he tucks her into him closer and holds her tighter, burrowing his head into her neck. AND THEN HOW HE CUPS THE BACK OF HER HEAD TO PULL HER IN I CAN’T
(via whereyoustopthestory)Source: npharris
s o b b i n g
about this frame
this is the best thing ever
So married.I’m pretty sure I’ve reblogged this before. I care not.
It doesn’t even phase Ryan when he calls Beckett in the middle of the night and Castle is there
Just get engaged, move in together, get married, and have kids already!
(oh wait! Beckett is going to say yes and she just needs to end her lease and 1 and 2 are canon)