Just want to know what goes through his mind on this particular moment.
It would be interesting to know that. I love this scene because of Bradley’s acting and because it’s subtle and not a bloodbath. Doesn’t really need to be. I’m seeing now that other shows do everything to be ‘realistic’. I don’t want to knock that, but I personally prefer this. You see Arthur put his hand over his wound. You see the stain on the chainmail, but once again it’s subtle, because it’s more about his reaction than anything. He starts walking forward like oh, just walk away, but watch his eyes carefully and his mouth. He knows…he can feel it, not going to walk away from this one. This man who has told his servant not to waste his tears, who has been there for his fallen knights, who has never really feared death seems to suddenly know he’s not far from it. And he reacts. And he feels. And it’s just a very powerful moment, a very sad one where I remember being so emotional because it was handled well. Bradley handled it so damn well. Without special effects and any extra props to make it look gruesome. It was simply a human moment, a moment of sudden frailty. Thank you for this gif set.
#this is my favorite #i just feel like it’s so in character#sam and dean and jo and bobby are all cracking up #castiel looks really pleased with himself because he made a joke that made everyone laugh #ellen is like ‘you bozos can we just take this picture before i descend to your level and start laughing too’ #FAMILY #CRIES
Dylan: We want to ask if you guys could vote for Teen Wolf for the Teen Choice Awards. Best Choice Summer Show. Can you please do it? Because if you do [hooks leg over Tyler] that’s all that needs to be said.
Tyler: We’ll take more naps. I’m still tired.
Dylan: Let’s go back to sleep.
FYI: Russ Hamilton is the location manager for Supernatural.