There’s something incredibly cinematic about Dane. He can be surprisingly funny, and it’s weird because when you watch him, there’s something a little off-balance, a little dark, but then you start talking to him and he’s the sweetest guy in the world… It’s disarming. — Marc Webb, who cast and directed him in Amazing Spider-Man 2


james potter with his glasses pushed up onto his head and shirt untucked and sleeves cut off with an artfully imprecise severing charm like an idiot

james potter squinting over tiny little impossibly detailed doodles in the margins of his essays (to the disgust of half of his teachers) and on napkins and his friends arms and (later) all over lily’s back. ((i think he was def the main artistic contributor to the marauder’s map.))

james potter having a knack for complex transfiguration and transmutation formulas and figuring them out easily

james potter cracking open a snitch to see how it works and putting it back together, being delighted by muggle contraptions and how complex and intricate they are, taking apart and rebuilding most of lily’s household appliances at least once

james always doing stuff with his hands, fixing and fiddling with things whenever he gets nervous

                                    I blew into this world on a leaf.
                          I’m still blowing. I don’t think I’ll ever land.
I have ADD and I’m a slut. Would you have wanted a kid like me?

When you’re seventeen to early twenties, that’s the time you’re trying to work out who you are. If you’re trying to make some kind of artistic or creative impact, that’s the age when you start to figure out how to do that.