mcmatteo:

824706:

I’m sorry I am but nothing will ever top this gif this is the greatest thing I’ve ever seen and I want to kiss this dog

He’s ready for an adventure

That time Clint got turned into a dog BUT HE’LL BE GOOD GODDAMNED IF HE GETS LEFT BEHIND, OKAY, COULSON, NO FUCKING WAY. :|||||

mcmatteo:

824706:

I’m sorry I am but nothing will ever top this gif this is the greatest thing I’ve ever seen and I want to kiss this dog

He’s ready for an adventure

That time Clint got turned into a dog BUT HE’LL BE GOOD GODDAMNED IF HE GETS LEFT BEHIND, OKAY, COULSON, NO FUCKING WAY. :|||||

(Source: machistado, via shadowhuntress)

subbystan:

 (via queerly-it-is)

(Source: branstarked, via akafoxxcub)

deliciouspineapple:

rinjirenee:

justbrevity:

Thor de France

THIS WHEELED HORSE IS ENJOYABLE, I LIKE IT

THIS WHEELED HORSE IS ENJOYABLE, I LIKE IT

deliciouspineapple:

rinjirenee:

justbrevity:

Thor de France

THIS WHEELED HORSE IS ENJOYABLE, I LIKE IT

THIS WHEELED HORSE IS ENJOYABLE, I LIKE IT

(Source: tony-fuckin-stark, via lariagwyn)

bluandorange:

bluandorange:

okay but can you imagine like

a week after your truck gets stolen out of the goddamn mall parking lot, you get a knock on the door and there’s fucking Captain America standing there. Says he’s here about your goddamn truck. And for a moment you wonder if…

ninemoons42:

SNIPERS

SO THAT’S WHAT CLINT WAS DOING DURING CATWS.

(Source: hiddlesy)

Tags: SNIPERS MARVEL

tomcanspankmehardy:

Chris Evans *bites fist* x

(via chrisevansisafandom)

majesty:

if you’re reading this i hope something good happens to you today

(via jennybel75)

dimensionsinprobability:

DUM-E tries to make friends with the new robot arm, doesn’t realize there’s a person attached to it

dimensionsinprobability:

DUM-E tries to make friends with the new robot arm, doesn’t realize there’s a person attached to it

(via sebstan-buckycap)

allthingseurope:

Bucharest, Romania (by www.peterhagenouw.com)

allthingseurope:

Bucharest, Romania (by www.peterhagenouw.com)

(via lariagwyn)

saucefactory:

whereareyouravengers:

agatharights:

hatepig:

agatharights:

crewdlydrawn:

paraxdisepink:

littlewingtodd:

… The Winter Soldier killed Howard and Maria Stark…
Bucky killed Howard and Maria Stark.
BUCKY FUCKING BARNES KILLED HOWARD AND MARIA STARK.
Make the goddamn connection. ‘Accident’ my ass…
I know it wasn’t the real Bucky. He was buried underneath a shit ton of Hydra brainwashing and memory loss. But just the idea of him murdering Tony’s parents without even knowing is unimaginable and it hurts my heart. Fuck you Marvel and all your damn feels. 

Not just murdering Tony’s parents, but murdering a man Bucky no doubt knew personally and might have considered a friend, murdering someone who helped Steve rescue him from the HYDRA base and who we can be 99.99999% sure Bucky himself would not have wanted to kill.  

I didn’t catch this and now everything hurts.

when i said “The MCU is beautiful and nothing hurts” what I meant was “everything hurts forever goodbye”

I love it. Because with the popular “Tony hacked SHIELD and all that info is waiting for him” post going around, imagine when Tony digs it up and finds out the guy who Steve’s chasing around killed his dad. Imagine him cobbling together a slapdash suit without Pepper noticing and jetting to where Bucky is, and being ready to blow him up without him even realizing Tony’s there, only to stop.
Because the man down there doesn’t look like a remorseless trained killer. He’s dirty and he’s thin and he’s sleeping on a park bench. The cybernetic arm he’s got doesn’t work right. The fingers are awkwardly curled where the servomotors have run down. The knuckles on his flesh and blood hand are bruised and scraped from where he had to fight off a couple of drug addicts wanting to roll a homeless guy for spare change.
And Tony would lower the repulsors and pick up his phone and call Steve. And leave before he got there.
Pepper would find him in the morning with a smashed up set of armor and a bottle of scotch and an old album. Drunk and crying.
Tony thinks long and hard before he puts on the suit again.

HATEPIG WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS

I FUCKING IMAGINED THAT LAST PARAGRAPH AND I CRIED I REALLY CRIED AND I HAVE FINALS IN TWO WEEKS I DONT HAVE TIME FOR THAT SAD SHIT AND HOMELESS BUCKY FUCK EVERYTHING

THAT’S IT. I’M DONE

saucefactory:

whereareyouravengers:

agatharights:

hatepig:

agatharights:

crewdlydrawn:

paraxdisepink:

littlewingtodd:

… The Winter Soldier killed Howard and Maria Stark…

Bucky killed Howard and Maria Stark.

BUCKY FUCKING BARNES KILLED HOWARD AND MARIA STARK.

Make the goddamn connection. ‘Accident’ my ass…

I know it wasn’t the real Bucky. He was buried underneath a shit ton of Hydra brainwashing and memory loss. But just the idea of him murdering Tony’s parents without even knowing is unimaginable and it hurts my heart. Fuck you Marvel and all your damn feels. 

Not just murdering Tony’s parents, but murdering a man Bucky no doubt knew personally and might have considered a friend, murdering someone who helped Steve rescue him from the HYDRA base and who we can be 99.99999% sure Bucky himself would not have wanted to kill.  

I didn’t catch this and now everything hurts.

when i said “The MCU is beautiful and nothing hurts” what I meant was “everything hurts forever goodbye”

I love it. Because with the popular “Tony hacked SHIELD and all that info is waiting for him” post going around, imagine when Tony digs it up and finds out the guy who Steve’s chasing around killed his dad. Imagine him cobbling together a slapdash suit without Pepper noticing and jetting to where Bucky is, and being ready to blow him up without him even realizing Tony’s there, only to stop.

Because the man down there doesn’t look like a remorseless trained killer. He’s dirty and he’s thin and he’s sleeping on a park bench. The cybernetic arm he’s got doesn’t work right. The fingers are awkwardly curled where the servomotors have run down. The knuckles on his flesh and blood hand are bruised and scraped from where he had to fight off a couple of drug addicts wanting to roll a homeless guy for spare change.

And Tony would lower the repulsors and pick up his phone and call Steve. And leave before he got there.

Pepper would find him in the morning with a smashed up set of armor and a bottle of scotch and an old album. Drunk and crying.

Tony thinks long and hard before he puts on the suit again.

HATEPIG WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS

I FUCKING IMAGINED THAT LAST PARAGRAPH AND I CRIED I REALLY CRIED AND I HAVE FINALS IN TWO WEEKS I DONT HAVE TIME FOR THAT SAD SHIT AND HOMELESS BUCKY FUCK EVERYTHING

THAT’S IT. I’M DONE

(Source: jason-tcdd, via aliassmith)

mechinaries:

i imagine both steve and bucky like to come up with different ways to poke fun at sam every time they pass him during jogging

because they are shitheads

(the first one is a print you can get here)

okay so this is basically EVERYTHING I WANT OUT OF CAP 3.

(via emaisee)

raptorific:

  • Witnessed parents’ murder as a child
  • Spent adolescence training to one day avenge parents’ murder
  • Taken into the care of a British surrogate father who used to be a professional badass himself, but now mostly concerns himself with trying to protect his new charge during their…
"We had many more interesting characters onscreen in the 20s, 30s , 40s than we do now and we allowed women to really embody all the contradictions that make up a human being back then. They could be the femme fatale and then turn around and be the mother and then turn around and be the seductress and then turn around and be the saint and we accepted that. They were complex human beings. Now we really like to put people in boxes. As men, we do it because we don’t understand characters that aren’t ourselves and we aren’t willing to put ourselves in the skin of those characters. And women, I think, terrify us. We tend not to write women as human beings. It’s cartoons we’re making now. And that’s a shame."

Director Paul Haggis (via summerscourtney)

I was just watching FUNNY FACE, for Audrey Hepburn, and I ended up dazzled and fascinated by the lady who played the scheming, dancing, occasionally empathising, hugely ambitious, terribly funny fashion editor. I looked her up and found out she was Kay Thompson, and that she’d written the Eloise books. So she was amazing! But I also thought, wow, I’d like to see a modern movie in which a forty-eight-year-old lady had that much dancing singing fulfilled-in-her-career happy-about-her-life fun, and that big a part.

(via sarahreesbrennan)

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