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Sebastian Stan in The Covenant.

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I still want to know how everyone agreed on “to hide Anakin Skywalker’s son, let’s take him to Anakin’s home planet, leave him with Anakin’s family, and not change his last name from ‘Skywalker’”

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This Week In Comics



DC: Batgirl has a new creative team and a fun new look that we hope will bring in a whole new audience with her upbeat tone.



Marvel: Thor is now a woman.







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The next time a man starts yelling at you, cut him off and tell him you just can’t talk to him when he’s being so emotional.

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Sometimes you do a image search and realize that some words have double meanings.
Sexual meanings.
Really disturbing sexual meanings which means that you can never look at the word with a straight face ever again.

And sometimes you know there’s a potentially bad meaning, but you have to google it anyway.  I was very nervous googling “thorn bush”.

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#you think you are so smart steve

This is why Peggy gets so angry that she decides to shoot him the next time she sees him. NOT because he macks on Private Lorraine. That’s his own damn business even if it makes her feel hurt and jealous, and she would be right to feel that way too considering what has transpired between them at the bar just the night before. 

But Steve crosses a line here when not only he doesn’t acknowledge that he has hurt Peggy, he also brings up assumptions about her and Howard in an attempt to compare it to his situation with Lorraine. And look how smug he is. So yeah, to say that this is not Steve’s finest hour would be an understatement. 

Apart from the clear implication of how even good men like Steve Rogers can have internalized attitudes about women (and I really appreciate how the movie calls him out on this), it also single-handedly destroys any shitty notions some people may still have about how Peggy only cares for Steve because of his looks after the serum. Because really…? Good looks and muscles be damned to hell, if you’re jerk then Peggy Carter has absolutely no time for you BYE.

She’s clearly angry and disappointed in him for kissing another woman.  He points out that, from what he understands, she’s involved with another man.  He didn’t accuse her of anything, and I think it’s so unfair that people are calling him out for something he didn’t do.  She informs him that he’s just like all other men when Steve is perfectly free to do whatever he wants, just as she is.  Which he reminds her.  But Steve is the bad guy.  Right.

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2002 Eastwick  Promotional Photoshoot

Young Christopher Robert Evans

*gracefully slams into the floor*

These were going by on my dash and I was like, lalalala minding my own business, eating my dinner, and then I realized what I was looking at and I dropped the food on the way to my mouth. I dropped food. 

I love food. 

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"The Princess is everything Luke wants to be. She is socially conscious, whereas he is thrown into things; intellectually, she is a strong leader, and he is just a kid."

- George Lucas

People often talk about how Han influenced Luke, but we should also look at how Leia influenced Luke.

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I’ve always really liked this idea—that they’re the exact same age, but their different lives have given them very different levels of maturity, and Luke is envious, but fascinated, and idolizes her a bit.

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It’s kind of weird to think of Han as being a big influence compared to Leia.  I mean, yes, they were close.  But it’s made reasonably obvious that close male friends aren’t something Luke’s ever lacked.  If anything, I’d say they’re mutually influential.  Han’s experience and training help temper Luke’s youth and inexperience, and his cynicism demands that Luke account for his own faith. Luke, in turn, cracks Han’s shell with hope and faith, and his earnest belief that Han can be better than what he’s let himself become won’t let him crawl back into the hole he’s dug for himself.

But Leia?

I mean, come on.  Luke’s got these vague intentions to run away and do…something.  He’s dissatisfied with his home life, he’s dissatisfied with the future he sees for himself, and he resents, in an equally vague way, the expectations of his family.  He thinks of joining the rebellion because he’s romanticized it.   He thinks of going to the academy because it’s anywhere but where he’s at.  All of his ambitions amount to this sort of nebulous, Anything But What I Have aspiration.  He goes running after Kenobi on the strength of a shitty, recorded hologram because it seems exciting.  He has no real idea about what this sort of mission would entail, or cost, or achieve.  It’s an Adventure, and he’s bored.

Then he meets Leia, and she’s literally everything he ever had some mindless daydream about being.  Only instead of being a cardboard cut-out hero in some story he’s using to distract himself from a shitty frontier subsistence-farmer life, she’s a real person who’s actually fucking doing it.  She’s a leader.  She’s a fighter.  She’s risking life and limb for a cause she completely and utterly understands and absolutely believes in.  This isn’t some thing she ran away to do because she got sick of being a princess and a senator.  People look up to her, and follow her, and obey her, because she’s spent her life earning it.

He’s looking around and going “Empire bad?  We blow up ships?” and she’s going “Here’s ten political treatises on why the Empire needs to go, here are the details of troop movements and expected reinforcements and supply lines for the upcoming battle, and here are the family photos of everybody in the next ten systems that are going to get stomped into bloody paste in retaliation if we fail here.” He finds her, and within five minutes she’s gone from the princess he’s rescuing because that’s what action heroes do to the person he needs to emulate if he’s ever going to make something of himself.

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