BQ

What are you guys hoping for in season 5?

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miraclepromos:

The Originals Season 2 - Comic-Con Trailer

What’s the McCall pack motto gonna be or what are your personal mottos
to calm you down?

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Tyler (on how Shelley and Tyler first met): My truly most embarrassing moment was when I went into the hair and make-up trailer, and I was aware that Jill Wagner who plays Kate was back on the show and I’d gone in. I had some stuff on my hands and hair, and I see this one getting her hair done, so it’s just this side hair thing and it’s very similar to Jill. And I came to give her a hug, just thought I’d run over and say hi. So I ran over, gave her a kiss on the cheek, turned, definitely not Jill, and I immediately went, “You’re not Jill, you’re not Jill, I just assaulted you, I’m so sorry. Oh, my God, hi, I’m Tyler, nice to meet you.” 

Holland: In Tyler Hoechlin’s world, a kiss on the cheek is an assault. 

Tyler: I just invaded her personal space!  

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"You guys accept me for who I am! I’m insane and crazy."

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theravingmadd:

Comic-Con Trailer: The Walking Dead: Season 5

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paladeckis:

The Walking Dead: Season 5

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memitims:

dean + resurrection

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  Anonymous asked:

i tend to forget how old steve and bucky are. in the grand scheme of things they are /babies/. i know we joke about them being old men but really what are they, 25? 26? with everything they've both gone through they are /so young/ it hurts to think about it. they were boys fresh and innocent and thrust into the war and then both of them forced into this strange new world. and they are men but still so terribly young to have been put through so much. babies, both of them, ugh my heart

boopboopbi:

ink-phoenix:

IT HURTS ME. It hurts me so much. And I think we tend to forget because in the comic story line of course they’re older, age differently etc etc and in the MCU, they’re played by slightly older actors which — you don’t actually sit down and think about it because of all the 95-year-old jokes until you do the math and you’re like, wait, wait, wait. 

They are so young. During TWS, I imagine Steve’s a little over 27 - he was born in 1918 and he went down with the plane in 1945, so at best, he’s now about 28— Bucky’s one year older than him, so considering the movie canon implies they keep him in cryo for longer periods, he’s probably not older than 29 himself.

They both went to war when they were kids, for all intents and purposes, in CA: TFA Steve’s 23 and he’s leading the commandos in secret black ops across Europe to fight Nazi superpowered robots and tesseract-based weapons— which is just the reality of war, it has been for centuries and it is still nowadays; it’s always the youngest and brightest, and very few have the stomach to address what it does to those people who come back, if they come back, and just how they come back. 

That’s what I loved so much about The Winter Soldier (and for different reasons, IM3). The scene with Sam at the VA meeting was so beautifully executed, it made my heart weep. And Steve, not knowing what to do with himself so just continuing to fight, Sam asking the hard questions because he knows, because he’s been there. I think they did an incredible job of addressing that yes, this is a movie about super heroes, but it’s also a movie about a soldier who came back from war with nothing. And Steve’s are extreme circumstances, true, but it doesn’t affect him any less.

It also reminds me just how much everyone demands from both Steve and Bucky, throughout the movie. Bucky, of course, doesn’t have a choice, but it does make it so much more harrowing when you think that all Bucky’s known in his adult life is death and devastation and nobody gives a shit what it does to him. It’s dehumanizing. It is, pure and simple, the personification of the cost of war. Steve, who still has his own agency, still is put in a position where there’s not a lot of choice — we get the feeling he’s not all that thrilled to work for Shield but he, quite literally, has no clue what else to do because that’s been his whole life and people expect Captain America to toe the company line and ‘fight the good fight’. As soon as he questions it, he becomes a threat to be eliminated.

And god, they’re kids. They’re not powerful white men in suits who press a button and decide, with the detachment that can only come with privilege, to wipe out a million people at once because they might become a threat. They’re just kids. Steve’s trying to do what’s right; Bucky doesn’t have a choice— which is the thread that ties the movie together, the importance of choice, and of free will, and thinking for yourself and standing up for what’s right. Every character in the movie makes really hard choices— from the tech standing up to Rumlow, to Natasha who sacrifices all of her own secrets for the greater good, to Sam who puts the wings back on, hoping that this time maybe it will have a happy ending, maybe he will be able to make a difference, when he couldn’t with Riley.

In the end, when Steve surrenders to the Winter Soldier, when he stops fighting and puts the choice completely in Bucky’s hands, it breaks something in Bucky’s programming — it tells him that he can choose. And Bucky chooses to save Steve, even if he doesn’t yet know why. It gives me SO MUCH HOPE, and it’s really what Steve and Bucky’s story is to me — hope, hope that you can go through so much, sacrifice so much, suffer so much and lose so much of yourself, and then still manage to come out okay on the other side,

ink-phoenix, once again proving why I love and hate her in equal measures.

my favorite thing is people constantly reminding sebstan he’s in it for the rest of his life

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"Dylan O’Brien just hugged a fan who broke down crying. He gave her his name tag."

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