I had the privilege of donning Captain America’s costume. I’m pleased to say it fit like a glove. (laughs)
Chris Evans - I take my hat off to him. He was so game. I put his costume on and I did a crude impression of Captain America and then later, he watched me do it. And so that performance that you see, is Chris Evans doing an impression of me doing an impression of him.- Tom Hiddleston, Thor: The Dark World Commentary
someone left this as a review on one of my fanfics
Outtakes from Shaun of the Dead
✯Good Omens Fancast✯
Aziraphale // Richard AyoadeThis post was the most perfect Aziraphale & Crowley casting headcanon I’ve seen and it got me thinking about my Good Omens fancast again! (WIP)
Crowley // Sendhil Ramamurthy
Anathema Device // Oona Chaplin
Newton Pulsifer // Colin Morgan
Shadwell // Dylan Moran
"I wasn’t lucky enough to have ever found what I wanted to do. Don’t get me wrong— I did nicely. But I never found my passion."
what if age of ultron is like introducing wanda and pietro and it’s like
"the maximoff twins are mu[cut to another scene]"
and then later there’s a fighting and someone goes
"oh god she’s a m[LOUD EXPLOSIONS]"
and then in the aftermath someone’s like
"so you guys are [CAR HORN]ts huh?"
and it just keeps going through the whole movie
Got tagged by some loser named twist-the-melon. So have some facts and things.
1. I was a cheerleader from ages 6 - 13. That is somewhere between 1/3rd and 1/4th of my life, which is weird to think about. I wanted to do some sort of activity when I was a kid, and when I was young, I assumed that meant a sport because all my brothers were involved with sports. I tried tee-ball for one year and hated it, but it was through that that I discovered cheerleading at my rec center. I was never good at the gymnastic bits of it. Never did master the art of the somersault, much to my deep shame. (It haunts me still, ngl.) But I loved it all the same. It gave me an excuse to be loud and aggressively happy, both things I liked being when I was a kid. I left it behind when I discovered theater, but I will still fight you if you say that cheerleading isn’t a sport.
2. I knew more great-grandparents in my lifetime than regular grandparents. My parents never explained the “great” concept to me when I was young, so I assumed that their grandparents were also my grandparents. (This also went for cousins and aunts and uncles. My parents are kinda lazy.) My dad’s mom died when I was 3, and I met my mom’s parents a grand total of once, as they’re weird and total assholes. So the only actual grandparent I really had was my dad’s dad, who didn’t pass until last year. But for great-grandparents, I had three, plus a great-aunt and a great-uncle who I always thought of as additional grandparents until I was like 13. I was lucky to have them all, because they were all great in both senses of the world, and I never felt like I was lacking in grandparents.
3. I turned 24 this past Thursday. It was an astonishingly boring birthday. About as boring as this fact, actually.
4. Ariel was always, always my favorite Disney princess. I had serious ginger affinity, plus I really loved swimming when I was younger. I desperately wanted to be a mermaid. Still do a little bit. I WILL FIGHT ANYONE WHO SAYS SHE GAVE UP BEING A MERMAID FOR ERIC, SHE WANTED TO GO ON LAND FOR YEARS BEFORE THAT, NO SERIOUSLY, I WILL DESTROY YOU.
5. I’ve been to three concerts in the past seven months: Arctic Monkeys in September, The Fratellis in November, and Arcade Fire in March. I’ve been extremely fortunate to see all these acts, as they’re all in the list of my favorite bands and they’re all spectacular live.
stop ruining my life please. ➝ sebastian stan
do you enjoy playing cap more in modern times or in the origin story?
Pretty much about my whole life