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11:30pm April 24, 2014

giraffescanflytoo:

kurdtkocaine:

so my brother was doing something weird in the front yard in his underwear???

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and the next thing i know……

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Do you live in a Sims game

11:30pm April 24, 2014
onemuseleft:

americachavez:

nicolas-chocolat:

gtfo triceratops

#steve rogers #is rude to his fellow dinosaurs wow

The dinosaur clearly started it. 

onemuseleft:

americachavez:

nicolas-chocolat:

gtfo triceratops

 

The dinosaur clearly started it. 

11:30pm April 24, 2014
11:29pm April 24, 2014

mr-egbutt:

urulokid:

lokeanconcubine:

reacquaintedlove:

wifigirl2080:

gr0ovykellz:

matildarossette:

look like thor

omg his instagram should be snatched

One yt boy worthy of my attention.

who the fuck is this!?!

…can I keep you…?

YO HEY LISTEN

11:29pm April 24, 2014
marazazel:

lunar-lavender:

HUGE BABYBIG KITTY
EEEEEEEEEEEEEE

PAWS
BIG
FLOOFY
PAWPIEPAWS

marazazel:

lunar-lavender:

HUGE BABY
BIG KITTY

EEEEEEEEEEEEEE

PAWS

BIG

FLOOFY

PAWPIEPAWS

11:29pm April 24, 2014

cuntphrase:

unpopularqueen:

I LITERALLY STRUGGLE TO BELIEVE THAT SOME PEOPLE HAVNT TRIED TIM TAMS, VEGEMITE, FAIRY BREAD, WIZZ FIZZ, CHICOS, MINTIES AND CARAMELLO KOALAS
U R MISSING SK MUCH

are those street names for drugs

11:29pm April 24, 2014
sexhaver:

where u at

sexhaver:

where u at

11:28pm April 24, 2014
ellidfics:

liveship:

spuzz:

ellidfics:


Chris Evans doing his own stunts on “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”…

He’s also clearly doing the bulk of the fighting in the footage they’ve released so far.  Ditto the rest of the cast - they really went out of their way to make this as real as possible.

Forever reminded of the commentary for The First Avenger where they discuss how Chris Evans moves and runs and how unique it is, how much it’s like a dancer (because he did dance as a kid and he brings that shit naturally) and how they eventually decided to try and have him do as much as possible, especially the running, because his physical characteristics and movements are really hard to duplicate. That clearly carries over to The Winter Soldier.
Who Chris Evans is and how he moves, is now who Steve Rogers is and how Steve Rogers moves. I think he demonstrates that even more in this movie with all the extra training he went through and the input he had on the fighting style and shield use. Not to discount the awesome and vital work from the stunt people, though, who are an integral part of the whole thing. And they had their work cut out for them trying to match the uniqueness of Chris. I’m sure they did it perfectly.

I love how in one of the featurettes for TFA they talk about how Chris’s physicality informed the motion of the shield and not the other way around, how he gave them the movement and that determined how the shield was thrown and handled in general.
I just really cannot imagine how anyone else could’ve been Steve Rogers, he plays him so well on both an emotional and physical level in ways that are so subtle (because that in itself is Steve) that I don’t think casual viewers even fully appreciate it.

And it fits in perfectly with 616 Steve, who was not only a superbly trained commando, but a skilled gymnast whose fighting style was acrobatic, graceful, and fluid.  MCU Steve fights like combat is a deadly ballet, and it’s wonderful to see, especially in that battle on the Lemurian Star.

ellidfics:

liveship:

spuzz:

ellidfics:

Chris Evans doing his own stunts on “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”…

He’s also clearly doing the bulk of the fighting in the footage they’ve released so far.  Ditto the rest of the cast - they really went out of their way to make this as real as possible.

Forever reminded of the commentary for The First Avenger where they discuss how Chris Evans moves and runs and how unique it is, how much it’s like a dancer (because he did dance as a kid and he brings that shit naturally) and how they eventually decided to try and have him do as much as possible, especially the running, because his physical characteristics and movements are really hard to duplicate. That clearly carries over to The Winter Soldier.

Who Chris Evans is and how he moves, is now who Steve Rogers is and how Steve Rogers moves. I think he demonstrates that even more in this movie with all the extra training he went through and the input he had on the fighting style and shield use. Not to discount the awesome and vital work from the stunt people, though, who are an integral part of the whole thing. And they had their work cut out for them trying to match the uniqueness of Chris. I’m sure they did it perfectly.

I love how in one of the featurettes for TFA they talk about how Chris’s physicality informed the motion of the shield and not the other way around, how he gave them the movement and that determined how the shield was thrown and handled in general.

I just really cannot imagine how anyone else could’ve been Steve Rogers, he plays him so well on both an emotional and physical level in ways that are so subtle (because that in itself is Steve) that I don’t think casual viewers even fully appreciate it.

And it fits in perfectly with 616 Steve, who was not only a superbly trained commando, but a skilled gymnast whose fighting style was acrobatic, graceful, and fluid.  MCU Steve fights like combat is a deadly ballet, and it’s wonderful to see, especially in that battle on the Lemurian Star.

11:27pm April 24, 2014

farrahtales:

If you don’t strategically eat your food so that the last bites to go in your mouth are the tastiest look at your choices

11:27pm April 24, 2014

therailz:

when you fuck up and realize there’s nothing you can do so you just accept it

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