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iknewhxm:


Steve only put the picture of Peggy in his compass while they were being filmed, the rest of the time it had a picture of Bucky

YES LET’S ERASE THE LOVE STEVE HAD FOR PEGGY. FANTASTIC HEADCANON. ERASING WOMEN FOR THE SAKE OF A GAY SHIP. HE WAS ONLY PRETENDING TO LIKE PEGGY. TOTALLY PRETENDING. HE WAS TOTALLY PRETENDING TO WANT TO GO DANCING WITH HER BEFORE HE KNEW HE WAS GOING TO CRASH AND DIE. HE WAS ONLY PRETENDING TO BE UPSET WHEN HE HAD A DATE. HE WAS ONLY PRETENDING TO BE UPSET WHEN HE WENT TO VISIT HER AND SHE HAD DEMENTIA. juST PRETENDING NOPE HE DIDN’T LOVE HER. HE ONLY LOVED BUCKY. TOTALLY PLAUSIBLE. 

iknewhxm:

Steve only put the picture of Peggy in his compass while they were being filmed, the rest of the time it had a picture of Bucky

YES LET’S ERASE THE LOVE STEVE HAD FOR PEGGY. FANTASTIC HEADCANON. ERASING WOMEN FOR THE SAKE OF A GAY SHIP. HE WAS ONLY PRETENDING TO LIKE PEGGY. TOTALLY PRETENDING. HE WAS TOTALLY PRETENDING TO WANT TO GO DANCING WITH HER BEFORE HE KNEW HE WAS GOING TO CRASH AND DIE. HE WAS ONLY PRETENDING TO BE UPSET WHEN HE HAD A DATE. HE WAS ONLY PRETENDING TO BE UPSET WHEN HE WENT TO VISIT HER AND SHE HAD DEMENTIA. juST PRETENDING NOPE HE DIDN’T LOVE HER. HE ONLY LOVED BUCKY. TOTALLY PLAUSIBLE. 

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Filed under op please think really hard of all the reasons you would have to even suggest something like that and would you still remember that steve was holding that compass with that picture of her during the smithsonian scene? where are the rolling cameras then? -_- peggy carter steve rogers steve x peggy captain america catws catfa cap commentary

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Captain America needs my help.

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Filed under sam is still hurting he's home and he's not but he tries he tries everyday and he gives everyday he helps others because it's a way of helping himself too to paraphrase something that i remember from a long while ago his sky is falling but if he can help to make someone's else sky a little less likely to fall then he'll do it the converging parallels of his quiet and everyday heroics with his airborne competency and professionalism sam wilson the earth and the sky the grounding force and the soaring resolve captain america catws cap edits

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whenyourenotsavingtheworld:

Let’s have a conversation about how Clark consistently disobeyed his parents wrt keeping his powers a secret. His sense of duty is so deeply ingrained that when he saved the kids on the school bus, it wasn’t even his first time doing something like that because Mrs. Ross said so and Jonathan said they’d had this talk before about Clark exposing his powers to others. It’s so deeply ingrained that 17 year old Clark even considered joining the military (and THAT’S what the Kent’s were arguing about before the tornado). So ingrained that even after all that HE STILL COULD NOT STOP as an adult and had to constantly move and change jobs because, Mary and Joseph, the man just cares more about human lives than keeping his powers secret. SO MUCH SO THAT HE GAVE HIMSELF UP TO ZOD on the OFF CHANCE that MAYBE Zod would keep his word even though Clark didn’t truly believe he would but it was better than leaving the humans to fend for themselves. CAN WE JUST TALK ABOUT CLARK BEING ABSOLUTELY PRECIOUS?!

YES LET’S TALK ABOUT THIS. Because one of the perfect notes this movie hits for me is the fact that even though Clark is influenced by both his adoptive and his biological parents, he’s not ruled by them. He is constantly, in every single scene he appears in, making conscious choices. He carries out some of his parents’ wishes, but not all. And, crucially, his parents recognise exactly how important it is for him to have the freedom to make those choices. Lara and Jor-El die for that freedom, and at the core of Martha and Jonathan’s trepidation about Clark revealing himself is a desire for him to come out to the world on his own terms, rather than being forced into it.

Let’s talk about how when Clark encounters Lois in the scout ship, he doesn’t hesitate for one single second to come to her rescue, to let her see his face, to look her in the eyes. Afterwards he runs away, but ultimately he values her life much more than his privacy. And Lois, through re-tracing his anonymous heroing footsteps, and without exchanging more than a few words with him, instantly recognises that for Clark, not helping people is simply not an option. He is literally incapable of standing by and watching others suffer. Clark Kent is my forever boy for many reasons, and this is one of them.

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kittenskysong:

Sometimes I think about how Nick Fury, who has seen the worst humanity has to offer and is deeply cynical and distrustful, envisioned the Avengers Initiative made up of extraordinary people no one else could see the potential in (Clint: human with an outdated weapon, Natasha: ex-asassin & spy, Bruce: Rage Monster, Tony: reckless drunken playboy, Thor: alien relative of the enemy, the only one not a leap is Steve and he’s still considered old fashioned). I think about how he sometimes goes too far but always with the goal of making the world a safer place for other people and being willing to risk his own life to that end. I think of him putting his career and the fate of New York and possibly the world on the line because despite everything he has seen and done he still believes in heroes.

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[on diversity in media] I think its social responsibility. I think it’s our responsibility to stand up and say what we want. It think if you look at television in the past two years, it’s becoming the decade of the female. Like, all these new shows with female leads. Even if you look at television, as well as cable, as well as films, there’s been a resurgence, as far as the leading woman in Hollywood, which is great. And I think we’re also at the point now…you know, it’s interesting…x

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