ALL BUSES LEAD TO TENNESSEE



"Cap and Black Widow are are very different people. It’s kind of like this odd pairing. She has very questionable morality, and she makes a living, lying. Cap couldn’t do it, if he tried." - Chris Evans



singedlace:

vika-chu:

Waistcoats

Probably the single most attractive and sexy piece of clothing in the history of ever.

i need one



reminder that this has Hugo Weaving removing a Hugo Weaving mask to reveal Hugo Weaving wearing a mask which is actually supposed to be his real face



buckybarrnes:

i don’t understand people who think steve rogers would be even remotely racist/sexist/homophobic/etc, even in the ’40s, just because he was raised such a long time ago.

you’re talking about a man who is so inherently good that he deserves a halo around his head. even if he makes the wrong choices sometimes, his intentions are always 100% pure, self-sacrificing, and righteous.

you’re talking about a man who grew up physically different from everyone around him. you’re talking about a man who was bullied to the point at which his cause for joining the Army was to literally stop bullies. you’re talking about a man who was tormented, overshadowed, overlooked, and outmatched for his entire life until he received the serum. how dare you think that he would even consider acting this way towards someone else?



Hell hath freezeth over.

Indeed, it has.



phanphanphan:

part of me wants to do really well in school and get an amazing job and the other part of me just wants to lie on the floor and do nothing ever because i’m gonna die in the end anyway



punkmoss:

i feel like mary lambert just saved my entire day by putting out this music video



fedorea:

why are men so afraid of women having leg hair???????? women have to put up with ur chest hair and back hair and gross pubic hair and scratchy facial hair all the time and u dont shave that bc ‘it takes too much time’ like…????? ok thanks for ur hypocrisy u dried up sink sponge




You have to pay attention to the moments when you’ve felt on top on the world. I remember the first time I was on stage, I was doing ‘West Side Story,’ I was 17 and this woman was crying because she liked what I was doing so much.





Sebastian’s ring and chest hair appreciation (x)



bluandorange:

here to the end of the line

bluandorange:

here to the end of the line



gyzym:

hellotailor:

An interview with the creator of ‘American Captain,’ the Steve Rogers diary comic.

Q: The most obvious ongoing theme in American Captain is the fact that Steve is constantly kind of confused and miserable about his life, which was a pretty smart prediction considering the events of the new Captain America movie, in which Steve is a very messed up guy.  How much do you plan on having American Captain fit in with the new canon from Winter Soldier?

A: “Damn, is he messed up. Wow. Damn. I think Chris Evans probably looked at a lot of photos of returning servicemen, because he Thousand-Yard Stares his way through that film like a champion.

And he was messed up in The Avengers, too. The Avengers is a weird movie that seems to try very hard to produce some kind of psychological resolution for its characters, but also, Steve is introduced by literally trying to punch away visual flashbacks to the war in which his best friend died and then he did. I’m sure he felt pretty cool after beating up some aliens in New York, but he’s introduced with an explicit visual depiction of his having PTSD, and that unfortunately doesn’t go away just because you had a victory, or because the world really is as dangerous as your instincts are constantly telling you sometimes. In fact, it’s the “sometimes” that’ll really get you.”

"Steve has always been kind of a dark character. AmCap is really not at a massive disjunct with a lot of the earlier comics. It has less super villains, sure, but probably equal amounts of Steve wandering around internalizing angst. (A good Cap, I think, is about 50% punching, 50% angst).

The other thing about Steve is that he looks like a walking Tom of Finland drawing (IRL, I mean. He doesn’t draw himself like that, and that’s deliberate on my part) but inside, he is, and will probably always be, an awkward, bullied geek. I think, personally, that that has always been a part of his character, too. Specifically the part that explains his dorky dad jokes.”

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behold, an excellent interview with the creator of the captain america comic you are going to be weeping into your pillow about in three hours after you’ve read all of it in one achingly painful beautifully crafted sitting, I’M SORRY/YOU’RE WELCOME