My first thought was well, I’m not old enough to play Captain Hook. Obviously everybody had that traditional idea of Captain Hook in their minds. Eddie and Adam wanted to go for a slightly younger Captain Hook. I thought it would be a nice way to put a slant on the guy, try and make him slightly more lovable than outwardly evil, which is how he’s always been portrayed before. He’s just sort of a nasty bad guy in everything else whereas in this I wanted people to feel bad for liking him - Colin O’Donoghue
Their interactions are OBVIOUSLY full of intense, sexual, sensual, caring, passionate subtext.
Believing otherwise and forcing this belief, is just an imposition and an interference with our right as intelligent viewers to re-story and re-claim the women we watch as they tell their stories. The writers will not admit to this subtext until later seasons or even the end of the series (networks do pressure in this department and we’re in the dark at the moment about what’s going on there) but even this is beyond the point and we don’t need to worry about it.
Swan Queen is absolutely happening on our screens and it’s only indicative of the times we live in that this story is both happening and being denied at the same time.
this reminds me of my post about why SQ is not a crack ship. there is incredible intensity between them. that cannot be denied. it can only be heterosplained.
This needs to be back on my Dash
I will reblog this until the end of tumblr
Jennifer Morrison and Colin O’Donoghue: BTS of OUAT, 07/17/14 (x)
The most powerful magic of all.
Captain Swan Hiatus Meme | 2/5 emotions
characters with the coolest wardrobes: rachel green, friends