Chris Evans Alphabet → Adorable
my husband until proven otherwise!
Steve crying after Bucky fell
What I love about this, is that this isn’t Hollywood crying (TM). This isn’t the single perfect manly tear of the hero, or the over the top Noooooooooo!!!!
This is real, ugly, in public and still can’t stop, tears down the nose, can’t breathe properly, awful crying.
And I love that we get Captain America doing it. Anyone who thinks Chris Evans doesn’t do an amazing job of portraying this incredibly human superhero, or Steve Rogers is a boring character in these films isn’t paying enough attention.
I was aware that I wasn’t liked outside our home. At least the other Beatles had Yoko to compare me to, so I didn’t come off all that badly with them. But some of those girls on the sidewalk! They told the housekeeper that I was acting as if I were jealous of them, that I clung to Paul to keep him to myself. I was scared of them. They really wished me harm. Some of them stole whole carousels of my color slides. Some of them tried to physically hurt me- on the day we were married one girl pushed a flaming newspaper through the front door. Did they want us all to be burned alive? There was nothing I could do about the way they felt, but they made me feel awful, just the idea of them always lurking out there, plotting their next break-in or whatever.
Well, that was for starters. The people at Apple didn’t like me because of the way I dressed, because I was American, divorced and- you know, Danny, I was unsure of myself in Paul’s London world, and it came off like arrogance.
The papers knew nothing about me except that I was a photographer, divorced, American. They picked up that story about me being the Eastman Kodak heiress; so that’s how I got spoiled and snotty, they figured out. It all fitted in for them. Paul was being asked about me all the time, he said great things about my photographs, that he was with me and that he was very happy about it, but all they wanted to know was if we were getting married, and he kept denying there were any plans for that, or else they really would have come after me.
You see, I couldn’t do anything right. I wasn’t going to change myself; anyhow, I don’t know how I could, and I was confident at least that Paul wanted me to be who I was. No beauty make-overs; could you imagine me “mod”? Well, it was rough, but there was always one person in England who was there for me, and it was enough.
Linda McCartney telling Danny Fields about the troubles she had to go through with people who didn’t like her at the beginning of her relationship with Paul. (From Linda McCartney: A Portrait by Danny Fields)
who is on your team, captain?
Marvel’s casting department cannot be beat. Literally all of the actors are their characters.
Sarah Halley Finn, casting director for Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America, The Avengers, Iron Man 3, Thor: Dark World, Captain America: Winter Soldier, Agents of SHIELD, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, and every single Marvel one-shot. All hail the queen.
ALL HAIL THE QUEEN!!!
This woman has taken “good at my job” to a whole new level.
no but i’m actually laughing at all the haters that loved to point out how emma was never welcoming of hook’s lines and jokes and innuedos have you sEEN HER SHE ACTUALLY ASKED HIM ABOUT WHERE HAD HE LEFT HIS STUPID JOKES AND SENSE OF HUMOR
I FEEL SO VINDICATED HOLY SHIT
Bekah you need to stop with all the Sebastian posts… You know i have to reblog them woman come on my heart rates going up. DO YOU WANT ME TO DIE??
bucky barnes on the streets
the winter soldier in the sheets