SlippedDee

Multifandom and Art Blog: mostly
Captain America: Winter Soldier| Game of Thrones| Hannibal| Marvel in general, fanarts and also my own drawings.

I'm from Vienna, Austria and my family origin is polish.
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The 8th Annual Pajiba 10: The Ten Most Bangable Stars on the Planet []

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torrilla:

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According to “Joss Whedon: The Biography,” in stores August 1, Hiddleston, who plays antihero Loki in the film, wrote Whedon a heartfelt email after reading Whedon’s draft for the first time.

We’ve published Hiddleston’s letter in full along with Whedon’s response with permission from Chicago Review Press below.

Joss,

I am so excited I can hardly speak.

The first time I read it I grabbed at it like Charlie Bucket snatching for a golden ticket somewhere behind the chocolate in the wrapper of a Wonka Bar. I didn’t know where to start. Like a classic actor I jumped in looking for LOKI on every page, jumping back and forth, reading words in no particular order, utterances imprinting themselves like flash-cuts of newspaper headlines in my mind: “real menace”; “field of obeisance”; “discontented, nothing is enough”; “his smile is nothing but a glimpse of his skull“; “Puny god” …

… Thank you for writing me my Hans Gruber. But a Hans Gruber with super-magic powers. As played by James Mason … It’s high operatic villainy alongside detached throwaway tongue-in-cheek; plus the “real menace” and his closely guarded suitcase of pain. It’s grand and epic and majestic and poetic and lyrical and wicked and rich and badass and might possibly be the most gloriously fun part I’ve ever stared down the barrel of playing. It is just so juicy

I love how throughout you continue to put Loki on some kind of pedestal of regal magnificence and then consistently tear him down. He gets battered, punched, blasted, side-swiped, roared at, sent tumbling on his back, and every time he gets back up smiling, wickedly, never for a second losing his eloquence, style, wit, self-aggrandisement or grandeur, and you never send him up or deny him his real intelligence…. That he loves to make an entrance; that he has a taste for the grand gesture, the big speech, the spectacle. I might be biased, but I do feel as though you have written me the coolest part.

… But really I’m just sending you a transatlantic shout-out and first-bump, things that traditionally British actors probably don’t do. It’s epic.

Whedon wrote back with a simplistic response:

Tom, this is one of those emails you keep forever. Thanks so much. It’s more articulate (and possibly longer) than the script. I couldn’t be more pleased at your reaction, but I’ll also tell you I’m still working on it … Thank you again. I’m so glad you’re pleased. Absurd fun to ensue.

Best, (including uncharacteristic fist bump), joss.

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itsninjam:

tedmosbyisnotajerk:

if anyone ever asks me what tumblr is i’m gonna show them this video and just walk away

GOD ITS 5AM AND IM TRYING TO HOLD IN MY LAUGHTER FUCK

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aobaslutygaki:

Okay guys, so you know how Rin has a thing about the pant sleeve rolled up with the ankle bracket exposed? 

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Let me explain to you guys a thing I happen to know a bit about. *cough*

In the gay men’s club scene (certainly in Australia and America), guys use different attributes (like bracelets) to indicate their preferred ‘position’. Like back in the 70’s when men would use one pierced ear to indicate homosexuality— guys now use nail polish on one hand, but also ankle and wrist bracelets to indicate their sexuality and their preferred position. 

As opposed to just having a bracelet, if you roll your sleeve up to expose it it shows that you want other men to notice it, and thus you are wearing it deliberately.

Generally — Right is Bottom, Left is Top. 

So Rin Really does prefer the bottom. (at least with Sousuke in the second pic, I guess when he clubbin’ he wants to be the top)

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syntaxbitch:

merwhovengerlockhoodoncer:

releasemyeffinflamingos:

They didn’t find him for a week.

reblogging because i headcanoned that they only found him because Tony happened to be flying that way and was like “that’s a freaking huge bird nesting in th- WHAT THE HECK CLINT? GUYS I FOUND CLINT!”

Heck, I’m reblogging because that is an adorable expression. “They’ll never find me… This is my own private glow-y nest.”

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jea-rao:

Hug.

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marvelentertainment:

At the ‪#‎MarvelSDCC‬ booth at San Diego Comic Con, “Marvel’s Agent Carter” cast and crew are all smiles, especially Peggy herself, Hayley Atwell.

Avengers: Age of Ultron Comic Con 2014 Posters; 6 down, 2 to go

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thunderboltsortofapenny:

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fyeahwintersoldier:

   

Those tags. Perfect

But what I don’t get is why we don’t see more of this in fic. Because even knowing the circumstances, for Bucky to say something like that to Steve is straight up mean, and he knows it. He has to know how personally Steve took his perpetual failure to be noticed; Steve didn’t really make much of a secret of it. He knows that this is one of Steve’s insecurities, and he goes right for it, because he wants Steve to hurt as much as he’s hurting right now. For him, it’s not even about Peggy — it’s about the fact that for the first time, their roles have been reversed, and he hates it. He’s realising how tough it must have been for Steve to be treated the way he was, but instead of empathizing, instead of following Steve’s lead, he lashes out. He doesn’t accept his new role as the invisible one; he tries to put Steve back in his place.

And I think it’s really telling, too, that Steve doesn’t rise to it. Bucky’s being an asshole, but it’s probably not the first time. He recognises this meanness in Bucky and he turns it back on him. I imagine that Steve might even be parroting back to him something Bucky’s said to him before — “don’t take it so hard; maybe she’s got a friend.” If Bucky’s pushing against the new order of things, Steve’s pushing back. He’s not going to let Bucky put him back in his old place, because that’s not how things are anymore. And Bucky can either take it or leave it, but Steve’s just not going to take the bait, not anymore.

I kinda think that this is what Sebstan’s getting at when he says that you can see hints of the Winter Soldier even in TFA. It’s not just about his coldness or his ruthlessness; it’s about his hard edges, where he comes up against his own best friend and even his own better judgment. It’s moments like this where you can see that he’s not a good man, at least not the way Steve is. Neither one of them can just let things go, but the difference is that the fights Steve picks are with people who (at least in his own mind) deserve it, while the fights that Bucky picks are with people who don’t. Both of them are impulsive, but there’s a hard-edged cruelty to Bucky that makes him almost thoughtless — that if he just thought about what he was saying or doing, he might be more careful or even caring, but it’s only afterwards, when he has time to reflect, that any of this occurs to him.

So… all of this is to say that I don’t really buy the characterization of Bucky as someone who is avowedly and self-consciously protective of Steve. Bucky is mean to Steve, albeit not always in ways that he doesn’t deserve. (See also: when he calls out Steve for feeling like he has to prove something by enlisting.) Of course, he’s mean in ways that betray long years of friendship; he wouldn’t be able to get under Steve’s skin so well if he didn’t know him so well. But it’s clear that the long years of intimacy between them haven’t just wrought affection, but darker feelings as well: jealousy, resentment — and they go both ways.

Bucky may well protect Steve, but I don’t think it’s a conscious decision. If anything, it strikes me more as possessiveness than it does protectiveness. Steve is his friend, which means he’s Bucky’s to joke with, to scheme with, to boss around, to pick fights with, to be mean to. If he pulls Steve out of fights, it’s because if anyone’s going to fuck with Steve, it’s going to be him. But if anyone’s going to fuck with Steve, then they better also laugh with him and cry with him and drink with him and be with him, and no one’s going to do those things better than Bucky. So if Bucky’s protectiveness — possessiveness — whatever — comes from anywhere, it comes from a place of jealousy, because Steve makes him feel good about himself. He makes him feel good and strong and capable, and Bucky needs him around to keep doing that because Bucky doesn’t feel those things about himself on his own.

And Captain America already makes Bucky feel diminished.

And that’s where the Winter Soldier comes from. If you take away Steve, Bucky’s left with only the bad parts of himself in his own mind. The good parts are still there, but he just can’t see them. He becomes invisible inside his own head.

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I am like 80% on board with this.

Also consider that none of this gets addressed before he falls

One of the first things Bucky could remember is being jealous and resentful towards Steve because he lost him to Captain America, was already losing his place in the world even before Hydra found him.

This is where most narratives would have the best friend turn bitter rival and betray his friends, only to have a change of heart just in time for a Heroic Sacrifice.

And here, he turns it into being the knife in the dark, because he knows he’s not a good guy, so use that on the enemy, use it to do something “good.” Be the guy who wields death in his hands, who takes out threats for the squad and for Steve, and get half of that old feeling of being strong and needed again.

i don’t agree 100% with this. I agree about seeing the Winter Soldier already in the first movie within him. I agree Bucky being mean. I thought at that time ‘wow… Bucky! Wth?’ and yes, it’s a scene after he was tortured by hydra, it’s a scene where he should be happy to finally be back, rescued, but everything’s changed. Steve is not his little Stevie anymore. Yes, he is mean and Steve knows that Bucky is sometimes like this. You can tell from his reaction. He rebounded it casually as if this happens now and then and THAT really made me wonder. Steve saying ‘Don’t take it so hard. Maybe she’s got a friend.’ with that little snarky smile sounded SO MUCH like something Bucky frequently saying to him. Bucky even looking up like rolling his eyeballs. It’s as Steve was waiting for something like this. And that’s maybe what Steve wanted to prove to Bucky. That mean side Bucky has sometimes towards Steve I can totally say where this comes from. Bucky knows how great Steve is but if it doesn’t match with his physicality/ or people not recognizing it, it makes Bucky really angry about Steve’s fate.  It’s like this anger makes him challenge Steve in a way to remind himself that Steve is not some defenseless, kind little kid. I don’t think those mean comments are coming from jelousy. 

It’s more like the big brother, what Sebastian Stan also said in an interview, like being: ‘Come on, Steve, show me what you’ve got.’ throwing those comments like little verbal knifes at Steve (and he knows Steve and knows what’s hurting him and how much) it’s more like the big brother preparing his little brother to the hard side of life. And who’d be a better teacher then him? 

And I think, despite Bucky being a mess because of Hydra and seeing Steve changed, drawing attention of the girls, Bucky is scared of losing his position as Steve’s ‘big brother’. I had the feeling he is more like checking if their relationship changed as well. But I think it didn’t and that’s what grounds Bucky in a certain way.

burbiart:

i only draw good stuff when im supposed to be drawing other stuff apparently >[

these two have somehow randomly burst threw my door grabbed me from the balls and trampled over my heart and it’s becoming a problem

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Steve Rogers in the Movie Theater | Pre-Serum & Post-Serum

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shorm:

I’m sure this is making the rounds already, but just to make sure everyone sees this — this is a really good trial.

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armchaircynics:

tony bet no one ever called steve a prodigy, and that made him inexplicably sad, because steve was a wonder. (x)

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