I’ve said all my adult life that a Superman story without Clark Kent in it never really feels like a Superman story.
Mark Waid (via reyesrobbies)

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Chris Pratt as Star-Lord on the first day of shooting Guardians of the Galaxy

Yes. Good.
Now if they never let him take it off and don’t let him talk, then we’re on to something.
wasn’t impressed with him in the trailer

Chris Pratt as Star-Lord on the first day of shooting Guardians of the Galaxy

Yes. Good.

Now if they never let him take it off and don’t let him talk, then we’re on to something.

wasn’t impressed with him in the trailer

(Source: guardiansofthegalaxy)

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Almost Spoiler-free Summary of Cap 2

  • Steve: Let's be friends
  • Nat: No. *vaguely alludes to tragic backstory*
  • Steve: *jumps off stuff*
  • Steve: Let's be friends
  • Fury: Hell no. *vaguely alludes to tragic backstory*
  • Steve: *jumps off stuff*
  • Steve: We're friends
  • Bucky: *doesn't remember tragic backstory*
  • Steve: *jumps off stuff*
  • Steve: Let's be friends
  • Sam: HELL YEAH
  • Steve: *jumps off stuff with Sam*

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dukeofnachos:

kurosaki224:

happyhaunter:

steve and bucky are startled by a levitating knife

It’s been ten minutes why am I still laughing

"the future is so scary"

I know Stark is behind this somehow

(Source: winter-s0ldier)

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hugoweaving-rs:

Good morning me lovelies, breakfast anyone? :-)

Every single time I see this bit I think V is wearing garish pink oven mitts to match his apron. Then the movie is all, no, those are tragic burn scars. And I’m just

oh

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6 year old fan asks Sebastian a question.

(Source: missmarvel)

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Mmmm.

What delicious pot roast, carrots, and potatoes, if I do say so myself. Simmer the meat for almost four hours and it becomes beautifully tender.

thenotoriousscuttlecliff:

the-timelord-girl-who-hunts:

wordsofdiana:

The only thing I want in Avengers 2 is Cap picking up Thor’s hammer, totally unaware it should be impossible.

Actually in Marvel lore it is implicitly stated That Steve is one of only a few people on earth actually worthy of carrying Thor’s hammer

To hell with Steve, I want Natasha to pick it up and realise, even with all the red in her ledger, she is still just as worthy as Thor or Steve. 

Hmmm. Mjolnir’s got a sort of warrior/chivalric thing going on. Straightforward, honest, truthful. Blunt, even. Natasha is awesome, but she’s not a warrior. She’s a spy, an assassin. She’s all deception, underhanded tricks, putting on personas to match the situation. Subtle and cunning.

It’s not that Natasha isn’t “worthy”, she’s just living by an entirely different code than the honorable warrior ideal. Why would a spy use a clumsy weapon like a hammer when a few words or a disarming smile could deal with the situation with much more precision?

Take Cap 2 when Steve and Natasha are trying to get out of the mall. Steve immediately starts talking about punching their way out. Natasha cuts him off and quickly blends into the background. His arm around her shoulder and a little laugh, suddenly they’re invisible. I loved that bit so much. The two of them could have totally punched their way out from the word go, but they didn’t have to.

Subtlety. Scalpel instead of Hammer.

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