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As soon as I heard the bizarre and exciting news about Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson picking up Coheed and Cambria’s Amory Wars for a feature-film, I tried to picture how the characters would be cast.  The following is what me and my girlfriend came up with as our casting choices, and obviously this is just for fun.  Although with Wahlberg producing, who knows what kind of big names he could end up bringing to the table…!!??
Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Coheed Kilgannon

He looks the part, and can certainly play the part.  He was the Comedian in The Watchmen movie, which is based off of a comic book.  He was also quite the interesting fatherly figure in Supernatural.  Being involved in these types of projects makes him a pretty valid candidate, in my opinion.  And hey, if he wouldn’t be into it, there’s always the freakishly identical Javier Bardem!
Lynn Collins as Cambria Kilgannon

She is a dead ringer for this.  Her character in X-Men Origins: Wolverine had psychic abilities, much like Cambria.  She’s also been involved in weird stuff like John Carter and True Blood, the latter being on HBO, which is the network where Wahlberg’s hits Boardwalk Empire and Entourage reside (oooooooh!!!).
Kit Harington as Claudio Kilgannon

Looks pretty Claudish to me, and his character of Jon Snow on Game of Thrones (another HBO show, hmmm) is kind of similar in being somewhat of a rogue with lots of feelings and an underlying badassness.  DONE.
Michael Fassbender as Wilhelm Ryan

Because let’s face it, WE COULD ALL USE MORE FASSY IN OUR LIVES.  His interpretation of Magneto showed off that he can be sinister and dark, and have you SEEN THAT SMILE?  We all love to hate him as a villain.  Also notable: we already know he can pull of super neat helmets.
Benicio del Toro as Jesse “Inferno” Kilgannon

He has the face of somebody who could lead a revolution.  His sarcasm, his intimidating face, his little eyes… need I say more?
Jennifer Lawrence as Ambellina

She pulls off the blue in X-Men: First Class (alonside Fassy… oooooohhh!), and she pulls off being the Girl on Fire in the Hunger Games.  KIND OF CONVENIENT.  She’s badass, beautiful, fiesty, and won’t take nothin’ from NO man.  (Alicia would like me to add that she’s her favorite.)
Idris Elba as Mayo Deftinwolf

Idris is great.  He’s been in a comic book movie (Thor), and also a recent sci-fi thriller (Prometheus, along with Fassy…. hmmmmm).  He simply fits and I want him to do this I just do.
Janina Gavankar as Mariah Antillarea

All I can say is she definitely looks the part.  Her acting on True Blood (on HBO along with Lynn Collins zomgz so many connections) is pretty good for her small role.  She can do “strong-willed and independent”.  I can also see her leading a revolution and think it would just be great.
Benedict Timthy Carlton Cumberbatch as Star Cecil

HAVE YOU SEEN THAT DUDE’S FACE??  I want Sherlock’s voice to come out of that green alien and I KNOW that it would be the smallest and most precious role.  Also he will be starring in the new Star Trek sequel, which is rather spacey and appropriate.
And finally, Samuel L. Jackson as Al the Killer

BECAUSE.
 
 
Thank you so much for paying attention to this silly post that we’ve put so much blood sweat and tears into.
 

loganjamesn:

As soon as I heard the bizarre and exciting news about Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson picking up Coheed and Cambria’s Amory Wars for a feature-film, I tried to picture how the characters would be cast.  The following is what me and my girlfriend came up with as our casting choices, and obviously this is just for fun.  Although with Wahlberg producing, who knows what kind of big names he could end up bringing to the table…!!??

Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Coheed Kilgannon

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He looks the part, and can certainly play the part.  He was the Comedian in The Watchmen movie, which is based off of a comic book.  He was also quite the interesting fatherly figure in Supernatural.  Being involved in these types of projects makes him a pretty valid candidate, in my opinion.  And hey, if he wouldn’t be into it, there’s always the freakishly identical Javier Bardem!

Lynn Collins as Cambria Kilgannon

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She is a dead ringer for this.  Her character in X-Men Origins: Wolverine had psychic abilities, much like Cambria.  She’s also been involved in weird stuff like John Carter and True Blood, the latter being on HBO, which is the network where Wahlberg’s hits Boardwalk Empire and Entourage reside (oooooooh!!!).

Kit Harington as Claudio Kilgannon

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Looks pretty Claudish to me, and his character of Jon Snow on Game of Thrones (another HBO show, hmmm) is kind of similar in being somewhat of a rogue with lots of feelings and an underlying badassness.  DONE.

Michael Fassbender as Wilhelm Ryan

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Because let’s face it, WE COULD ALL USE MORE FASSY IN OUR LIVES.  His interpretation of Magneto showed off that he can be sinister and dark, and have you SEEN THAT SMILE?  We all love to hate him as a villain.  Also notable: we already know he can pull of super neat helmets.

Benicio del Toro as Jesse “Inferno” Kilgannon

image

He has the face of somebody who could lead a revolution.  His sarcasm, his intimidating face, his little eyes… need I say more?

Jennifer Lawrence as Ambellina

image

She pulls off the blue in X-Men: First Class (alonside Fassy… oooooohhh!), and she pulls off being the Girl on Fire in the Hunger Games.  KIND OF CONVENIENT.  She’s badass, beautiful, fiesty, and won’t take nothin’ from NO man.  (Alicia would like me to add that she’s her favorite.)

Idris Elba as Mayo Deftinwolf

image

Idris is great.  He’s been in a comic book movie (Thor), and also a recent sci-fi thriller (Prometheus, along with Fassy…. hmmmmm).  He simply fits and I want him to do this I just do.

Janina Gavankar as Mariah Antillarea

image

All I can say is she definitely looks the part.  Her acting on True Blood (on HBO along with Lynn Collins zomgz so many connections) is pretty good for her small role.  She can do “strong-willed and independent”.  I can also see her leading a revolution and think it would just be great.

Benedict Timthy Carlton Cumberbatch as Star Cecil

image

HAVE YOU SEEN THAT DUDE’S FACE??  I want Sherlock’s voice to come out of that green alien and I KNOW that it would be the smallest and most precious role.  Also he will be starring in the new Star Trek sequel, which is rather spacey and appropriate.

And finally, Samuel L. Jackson as Al the Killer

image

BECAUSE.

 

 

Thank you so much for paying attention to this silly post that we’ve put so much blood sweat and tears into.

 

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tottycrushes:

Stephanie Cam by Russ Neipp 

tottycrushes:

Stephanie Cam by Russ Neipp 

fugaazi:

This is one of the best fucking gifs I have ever seen

fugaazi:

This is one of the best fucking gifs I have ever seen

punkasfuck77:

punkabilly-princess:

Pretty sure this is punkasfuck77's artwork. Why isn't it sourced?

Cos people are assholes. Thanks for pointing it out, I don’t know how to change it tho :/

punkasfuck77:

punkabilly-princess:

Pretty sure this is punkasfuck77's artwork. Why isn't it sourced?

Cos people are assholes. Thanks for pointing it out, I don’t know how to change it tho :/

fyeahscienceteachers:

For teaching: environmental science, climate change

fyeahscienceteachers:

For teaching: environmental science, climate change

April Come She Will by Coheed and Cambria

those-days-we-lost-our-dignity:

simongarfunkel:

Progressive rockers Coheed and Cambria’s delicate delivery of “April Come She Will” ushers in spring. With frontman Claudio Sanchez’s lead vocals, this rare cover further reveals the musical depth and range of a band more known for their progressive rock, heavy metal, and post hardcore sounds.

In 1965, Paul Simon originally recorded and released the song on The Paul Simon Songbook. Simon and Garfunkel followed suite in December 1965 with their recording for their Sounds of Silence. Forty-six years later, for Christmas time of 2011, Coheed and Cambria debuted their cover version on YouTube.

"April, come she will
When streams are ripe and swelled with rain”

What are your thoughts of this band’s rendition? Which version do you prefer? 

About the Uncovering Covers series.

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, such that this music series aims to spotlight musical gems as well as new and familiar artists. Cover songs will draw from the grand discographies of Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel, including both the duo’s and their solo works. 

This year’s series will focus on the Simon & Garfunkel catalogue.

My favorite s and g song by my favorite band ever

gothic-culture:

My list of creepy females.
Yvonne De Carlo - Lily Munster
Carolyn Jones - Morticia Addams (TV series, circa 1964)
Angelina Jolie - Maleficent
Cassandra Peterson - Elvira
Maila Nurmi - Vampira
Fairuza Balk - Nancy Downs (The Craft)
Taissa Farmiga - Zoe Benson (American Horror Story: Coven)
Anjelica Huston - Morticia Addams (Film circa 1991)