eirenical:

Les Mis Modern Aesthetic, Joly

He was the gayest of them all. All these young, maniacal, puny, merry incoherences lived in harmony together, and the result was an eccentric and agreeable being whom his comrades, who were prodigal of winged consonants, called Jolllly. “You may fly away on the four L’s,” Jean Prouvaire said to him.

Les Miserables, Victor Hugo, 3.4.1

Face Claim: Aldis Hodge

#ALDIS HODGE AS JOLY#and in Hardison’s DJ outfit from The Wedding Job no less#YOUR IDEAS INTRIGUE ME AND I WISH TO LEARN MORE#Les Miserables

 (via @shamrockjolnes)

First of all, thank you.  Those tags totally made my night.  XD  (…yes, I stalk my reblogs.  Sorry.  -.-;;;)

Second of all, I will GLADLY babble at you about this particular headcanon, if you like.  JUST SAY THE WORD.  Because it is a fully-formed headcanon with a trilogy of fic attached to it and it is very, VERY near and dear to my heart and I will happily grab any excuse to babble about it.  ^_______^

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hedwig-dordt:

valeria2067:

hedwig-dordt:

Can we kickstart this somehow?

Or even a boyfriend!

Idris Elba is a talented cellist whose career was held back due to raising his younger brother alone.

Tom Hiddleston is a jaded Arts & Entertainment columnist who hates the Christmas concert season (thanks to the one horrid Christmas violin recital he gave during his university days – the recital that made him vow never to play in public again).

Idris has such talent and feeling and magic in his performance, though, and Tom finds himself feeling something again. After requesting an interview, he discovers that it isn’t just the music that has captivated him; it’s the gorgeous, brilliant man behind it, too.

Predictable rom-com ups and downs ensue, culminating in a public proposal at the end of and important benefit concert.

Tom writes a song just for Idris and plays it on the violin at their wedding.

They live happily ever after.

HeartStrings – Coming to theaters this December

Can I humbly suggest we add Aldis Hodge to the cast as Idris Elba’s friend from music school who made it pro:

Les Mis Modern Aesthetic, Joly

He was the gayest of them all. All these young, maniacal, puny, merry incoherences lived in harmony together, and the result was an eccentric and agreeable being whom his comrades, who were prodigal of winged consonants, called Jolllly. “You may fly away on the four L’s,” Jean Prouvaire said to him.

Les Miserables, Victor Hugo, 3.4.1

Face Claim: Aldis Hodge