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The newsreels are dead. We’ve bored the public for too long. Give me this opportunity and I’ll prove it. But may I say one more thing—you haven’t seen my best yet.

(Source: queensmilitant, via siegfriedlorainesassoon)

youngned:

I KNOW THIS WAS DONE FOR PUSHING DAISIES FANS
BUT I’M HAVING A MELTDOWN OVER HERE

youngned:

I KNOW THIS WAS DONE FOR PUSHING DAISIES FANS

BUT I’M HAVING A MELTDOWN OVER HERE

Every single Marvel Studios movie has centered around a presumably straight, white, male protagonist, even if white women (mostly love interests) and men of color (support roles) have played roles in the film. The franchise is a box office juggernaut and has a ton of movies on this list, but we’ve gotten two to three movies about each of the men on the Avengers and there’s yet to be a film about Black Widow.

Both of Marvel’s ensemble films—The Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy—trimmed down the superhero teams for their film adaptations, and the women characters, save for one, were the first to be cut. Most moviegoers will never know that women of color and LGBTQ characters were cut from Guardians of the Galaxy, but audiences will get to relate to the talking raccoon and the talking tree.

dailysamclaflin:

Before we started we went paintballing together, went out for dinner, that sort of thing. It was all about developing what the members of the Riot Club might call “banter”.

Sam Claflin, Max Irons and Douglas Booth for Mr Porter’s Journal [x]