ircnman:

Anon asked: Edward Norton as the Hulk or Mark Ruffalo as the Hulk

(Source: ircnman)

whothehellisbucky:

Comic > Concept art > Real life

cocoabarnes:

how fuckin’ dare you, sebastian stan: 5/∞

deansass:

deansass:

If a guy tells you to go make him a sandwich go to kitchen bring knife kill him and use his meat for a sandwich then whisper “you asked me to make you a sandwich”

Are you trying to tell me there’s only 14 psychopaths on this website because I swear everyone I saw here seems like one

(Source: deansass)

vylla-art:

That one time Bucky found out how Steve “died”.

vylla-art:

That one time Bucky found out how Steve “died”.

themindchateau:

Have you given any thought to what your fans’ nicknames are going to be called? [x]

steveorogers:

Embrace your differences and the qualities about you that you think are weird. Eventually, they’re going to be the only things separating you from everyone else.

steveorogers:

Embrace your differences and the qualities about you that you think are weird. Eventually, they’re going to be the only things separating you from everyone else.

iammorethanmemory:

Aaron Tveit on “why the internet is so obsessed with him” (x)

everybodyilovedies:

jeremy-ruiner:

remember that time when maria hill avoided being shot by the greatest marksman in the world???

because i sure as fuck do

This scene actually incited a very elaborate debate between roommate and I immediately following the movie (aka, sitting on our back porch at 3 am refusing to sleep even though we both had work in like 2 hours). He was slightly irked by the fact that Hawkeye “missed too much”. 

My thought was that the only time he missed—with Maria Hill, and shooting Fury in the chest and not the head and not double-tapping him as they walked past—was because he was fighting back against Loki’s control, in his own small way. Once he was out of Loki’s control, he doesn’t miss at all, ever. Not once.

Roomie wasn’t entirely convinced by this, since Hawkeye makes some ridiculous shots when under Loki’s control, like letting the air-intake engines on the helicarrier take the arrow to the exact point he wanted to cripple the engines. I still stick with my theory, since these were shots he was taking directly against his coworkers, while shots like the hellicarrier weren’t directly injuring anyone, and so the mental dissonance wouldn’t be high enough to fight against Loki’s control.

(Source: adifferentcall-moved)