shanology:

verysharpteeth:

mariavlc82:

Sebastian Stan knows the struggle

Part of what I love about him. It’s like he hasn’t quite bought into the importance of ACTING and is like “look, I enjoy doing this as a job, but let’s not get all philosophical when you gots to get paid, y’all” You can do things that you think look like good scripts and have “artistic integrity” and what not, but at the end of the day you’ve got a Starbucks tab to deal with. Sebastian’s keepin’ it real when it comes to his work. And he doesn’t apologize for looking at it like a job (though he does apologize to people for the whole THING being awful and them having to watch it). 

Still my favorite quote on this:

Q: I’m wondering, for a young actor in Hollywood, is there any sort of expectation to take a certain role or to shy away from another type of role?

Sebastian Stan: Everyone’s got boundaries, no matter where you start out. But there was nothing off-putting to me about the script. I liked it, it was a great script, but at the same time, for all practical purposes, I needed a job (laughs).

(talking about The Architect)

He can be very, very serious about the roles he’s into - look at every interview he’s given about Bucky since the Winter Soldier - but he’s also like, “Dude, needed to work.”

           (via actualmenacebuckybarnes)

tofixtheshadows:

I think my favorite thing about the fandom culture on tumblr are the headcanon posts. They’re all revolutionary, because they almost invariably come from marginalized voices. We who have been unloved by the world imagine our favorite characters loving us, fighting for us. Where their creators expect us to exalt them through uncritical worship, we do it by humbling them instead. We make them better by making them one of us.

We racebend, or we explore and celebrate the cultural backgrounds of non-white characters whose ethnicities have been canonically overlooked. We reclaim them as queer or non-binary or neurotypical or disabled, and then we imagine them loving themselves and being loved by their communities. We take characters who have been broken in their battles and envision for them days of quiet happiness, of rest and healing and small comforts, because we’ve been there and we know exactly what you need. We turn them into the role models we should have, that we desperately need, and I think it helps us love ourselves more too. 

So don’t ever stop writing posts about Scott McCall hearing his mother sing lullabies in Spanish or Bucky Barnes helping kids get prosthetics or charity-starting bisexual Steve Rogers who stands up for women’s rights or Hogwarts houses validating their trans students. Give me all your fan art of fat Feferi and hijabi Rose Lalonde and the Avengers in a big cuddle pile of mutual self care. This is so important, don’t let anybody tell you differently. I appreciate it all so much.

gazzymouse:

too-cool-for-facebook:

crankystalfos:

jackiemakescomics:

captaintsundere:

authormichals:

Manueluv and I are convinced Agent K is Coulson’s father. Hell, MIB is even owned by Marvel. 

Welp. Never gonna unsee this.

Shiiiiiiiiiiiit

HEADCANON ACCEPTED SO FAST I THINK I BROKE SOMETHING

Guys - who do you think told Phil all those stories about Cap?

THIS POST IS OVER 2 YEARS OLD AND IT JUST. GOT. BETTER.