Chris Evans | The Perfect Score
The enemy has the advantage but we have to fight on for those we’ve lost so the sacrifices they made were not made in vain. And then we disappear, become g h o s t s, that’s how we have to live now, in the s h a d o w s, to protect the innocent and save lives, even when they don’t know it. - (x)
marvel meme: nine people [2/9] Sam Wilson/Falcon
Pawnee: first in friendship, fourth in obesity.
for sovietassassins — Natasha Romanoff
what if steve laughed like chris
Make More Movies Starring Women
Maleficent. Lucy. The Fault in Our Stars. These were three of the rare summer movies that actually starred a woman in the lead role, and I think it’s no coincidence that each hit big. Maleficent was the summer’s third highest grosser (and Angelina Jolie’s most successful film ever), Scarlett Johansson’s Lucy took on the Rock’s Hercules at the box office and won handily, and The Fault in Our Stars is a $124 million smash that’s poised to comfortably succeed The Notebook as an entire generation’s romantic touchstone.
So can we have more of these, please? Too often, women are underserved and under-represented onscreen during the summer (as in the otherwise excellent Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), but out-of-season smashes like The Hunger Games and Divergent prove that audiences have an appetite for franchises with female leads. Fortunately, this is a lesson that Hollywood finally seems to have learned: Next summer is positively jam-packed with female-fronted vehicles, including Pitch Perfect 2, an untitled buddy comedy starring Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara, Melissa McCarthy’s Spy, the Amy Schumer comedy Trainwreck, and Pixar’s potentially pioneering Inside Out."
they also went to the louvre together to, like, check out the dicks on statues for comparison just to calm scott the fuck down.
(i can just picture them, scott being his usual neurotic self, and ernest just like, ‘give me strength. are you fucking kidding me? i nearly died in the war. i have a fucking medal of bravery. and we’re looking at cocks together. gatsby can only take you so far, my friend. you better write another goddamn masterpiece soon.’)
JACK HARKNESS MEETING BUCKY AND STEVE IN THE 1940s AND FLIRTING FURIOUSLY WITH BOTH OF THEM
JACK HARKNESS SEEING THEM AGAIN IN THE 21ST CENTURY AND THEY’RE ALL EQUALLY CONFUSED AS EACH OTHER