I’m so humbled to be a part of The Normal Heart. Congratulations to my friends and colleagues, Ryan Murphy, Matt Bomer, Alfred Molina, Jim Parsons, Joe Mantello and Julia Roberts.
And to the great Larry Kramer, thank you forever.
Favorite 50 pictures of Robert Downey Jr - 08/50
Bucky never having been out of cryo for so long, and his arm starts to rust, so he’s gotta ask Stark for a maintenance kit, but instead, Tony just builds him a whole new arm.
And this one can feel and doesn’t have that damned red star on its shoulder and can probably shoot missiles out of the…
i hate whenever you suggest a poc actor for a mcu role and all these comic book assholes crawl out of the woodwork and raise a finger going “eeehhh excuse me but doctor strange / janet van dyne / etc etc etc was white in the comics, soooooo” like thank u im so glad u have pointed out that comics written 50 years ago by racist white people didnt have any diversity in them i mean gosh thats really relevant to a movie casting decision in 2014
Reminds me of the T’boli penchant for dangly jewelry that we studied in anthropology class way back.
Steve being awestruck by modern graffiti.
He loves the creativity and colors, and Steve especially loves Banksy. He loves the cleverness, poignancy, and political statements.
Just a blog dedicated to headcanons about Steve and Bucky, with special guest appearances from the…
Jeezus fucking christ help me, my brain (and tumblr) has been taken over by this headcanon site.
Bucky doesn’t like going to the movies— there’s too much glorified and gratuitous violence— so Steve starts taking him to the theatre instead, because after all, they live in NYC.
And it turns out that Bucky loves Phantom of the Opera (something about Steve being Raoul and Bucky being Erik), but…
It has taken time and effort and a lot of patience, but Bucky is doing really well. He’ll never be the Bucky he was again, but he’s no longer the Winter Soldier. He’s gotten reacquainted with asking and wanting, feeling and doing things because they occur to him. But sometimes, when the nights…
Bucky and Steve watching Game of Thrones, and Steve is horrified, but Bucky loves it, and he immediately bonds with Natasha over it, and they marathon the first 3 seasons together.
And Steve gets kinda jealous, but concedes once Bucky and he start watching BBC’s Sherlock.
They’re distressed when Natasha tell them there are only 9 episodes.