New Avengers: Age of Ultron pictures from Entertainment Weekly.
/casually screams at Caps suit
Admit it we were all a little bummed out that the old lady didn’t actually all that badass fighting in this scene
I WAS DEVASTATED
#literally everyone in the theatre gasped when this lady started fucking shit up#mouths dropped gasps were heard#and then there was a sort of ‘oh’ that dropped over the crowd#we’re ready for it marvel#we’re ready for a squad of old ladies kicking butt#give it to us (stuffimgogingtohellfor)
I choose to believe that before the Alzheimer’s really set in Peggy and a bunch of the other retired ladies of SHIELD used to tell their families they were going out for bingo nights and then drive into the roughest parts of the city to bring some sweet vigilante justice. Nobody ever heard about it because none of the criminals were ever willing to admit they got their asses kicked by a bunch of grandmas, but there was a sudden drop in crimes against the elderly in DC.
It got better
I really wish the movie were out on DVD.
As it is, I hope everyone reblogging this has bought an actual ticket to see the movie, or plans to rent/watch it through a service that tracks views like netflix. Only by supporting movies can we hope to encourage such acting and directorial choices (Platonic Steve/Nat, slight Ho Yay and Bi Steve hints).
Watch in HD + Headphones.
That one time Tony stopped Hydra from getting the Iron Man suit
yeah adds WHOLE NOTHER MEANING TO THE MOVIE NOW FOLKS
I actually thought of this very scene the first time I saw the senator in CA2
*presented without further comment*
This hit me only today and I’m kicking myself for not seeing it sooner, but I’m also wondering why I haven’t seen anyone else scream about this? I guess it could be because I’m looking in the wrong places but I feel like this should be echoing all over fandom.
Bucky remembered Steve. Wait, no, not Bucky, the Winter Soldier remembered Steve.
'The man on the bridge' suddenly takes on a double meaning. The Winter Soldier isn't only talking about the man he saw that day on the bridge in DC; he's also asking about the man he saw in a memory flash, on a speeding train in the Alps. They look the same, they sound the same, they both called him Bucky. They must be the same.
I also think that it’s extraordinary that the Winter Soldier still has access to those memories. He remembers the last few seconds before a massive trauma, which is astonishing.
Another thing that hits me like a punch in the gut is how the Winter Soldier remembers Steve. He remembers the panicked shout and then how Steve desperately tries to reach him while hanging onto the railing. Steve is frantic and horrified, and it’s obvious that it’s because of the Winter Soldier. For some reason the Winter Soldier at one point in time inspired such an emotional response in another human being. Someone cared that much for him.
No wonder the Winter Soldier is so hung up on the man on the bridge. Not only do they have a history he can’t remember, but he also loved the Winter Soldier, which is an entirely new concept for the human-turned-weapon. And yet it feels right, it feels true.
But I knew him.
(gif source: trollux)
Hydra, my three-headed corn snake
WHAT A BABY WHAT A THREE BABIES
i love you hydra
My jealousy of you burns with the white-hot intensity of a thousand suns
This quote just seemed appropriate for so many different reasons.
THATS IT I HATE THIS MOVIE I HATE THIS SONG I HATE THIS SHIP I HATE THESE PERFECTLY EDITED AND HEARTBREAKINGLY ACCURATE FAN VIDEOS JUST STAB ME WITH A SPOON FEELS
Okay. My body is ready. Where’s the Sam/Steve videos with Marvin Gaye songs, or well, all the Stucky videos you can chuck at me, really.
"Steve Rogers has lost everyone, so that unexpected link…it’s a big deal to Steve." [x]
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