Likes: terrorizing mortals; libraries; serious eyeshadow; chain wallets; suspiciously lifelike marble statues
Dislikes: people who aren't statues yet; bros; Perseus
Prayer circle that all the negotiations for the Avengers 2 work out and we get all the actors back
[Avengers screencap comic in which Thor mocks science, only to learn about gravity once Hulk smacks the crap out of him]
Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner, that is.
“I put a bullet in my mouth and the other guy spit it out”: this was the one thing in the movie that really made me tear up, because like Banner, I’ve got a lot of rage, that rage has been vilified by others for its destructive/disruptive potential, and I feel very ambivalent about it. It’s also the only reason I’m still alive today. My anger makes my life difficult, but it also saves it.
So I was watching the Avengers and for some reason I noticed Steve’s gym shoes. First time I have noticed his gym shoes, and this is like my 100th time watching the movie. They look like Chuck Taylor All-Star. So I did some google-ing. Apparently, All-Stars were created in 1917. During WWII, American soldiers wore white high-top chucks when training. Chuck Taylor also served in the Air Force. Man, Joss Whedon is brilliant!
Actually, his costumer is probably the one who did all that research.
^^ there’s a shit ton of people who put a fuckload of work into a movie and just a handful who get recognized for it.
shout-out to the avengers’ costume and wardrobe department:
Pilar Agoyo …. seamstress
Pilar Agoyo …. tailor
Anthony Almaraz …. set costumer
Deborah Ambrosino …. specialty costume manufacturer
Aleah Ames …. costumer
Javier Arrieta …. key costumer
Blake Bolger …. specialty costumer/dresser: Legacy Effects
Pablo Borges …. costumer
Brandon Brocker …. wardrobe production assistant
Dorothy Bulac …. key specialty costumer
Paul John Carli …. set costumer
Wynema Chavez …. ager/dyer
Keith Christensen …. sculptor: Ironhead Studio
Lucy Cobbs …. costume production assistant: New York
Scott T. Coppock …. set costumer: New York
Dan Crawley …. mold shop supervisor
Erin Dell’amore …. specialty costumes silicone technician: Ironhead Studios
Rebecca DeNoewer …. costumer: Cleveland
Michelle Deville …. specialty costumer/dresser: Legacy Effects
Emily Egge …. set costumer
Alison Evans …. costumer: Cleveland
Melanie Marie Evans …. set costumer: second unit, Pennsylvania & Ohio
Klara Farberov …. costumer
Jody Felz …. costumer
Ryk Fortuna …. specialty costumes sculptor and mold maker: Ironhead Studios
Kelli French …. additional costumer
Darryl Garcia Jr. …. costume assistant
Robyn Gebhart …. cutter/fitter
Julia Gombert …. ager/dyer
Rhonney Greene …. costume supervisor: New York
Jeff Himmel …. specialty costumer/dresser: Legacy Effects (as Jeffrey Himmel)
Kristi Hoffman …. costumer
Askia Won-Ling Jacob …. set costumer
Jim Kundig …. specialty costumer: Film Illusions
Amahl Lovato …. ager/dyer
Carol McLennan …. set costumer
Melissa Moody …. tailor
Bob Moore Jr. …. set costumer
Chris Newlander …. costumer
Meriwether Nichols …. key costumer: second unit
Meriwether Nichols …. set costumer
Rob Overbeck …. costume assistant
Stephen Pardee …. ager/dyer: New York
David Paulin …. head ager/dyer
Angelique Paull …. costume supervisor
Rob Phillips …. head ager/painter
Aura Sperling Pierce …. set costumer
Joy Ramsay …. costumer
Lauren Rosenbloom …. costume research
Amy Roth …. assistant costume designer: New York
Adam Sabodish …. costume assistant
Leticia Sandoval …. specialty costumes
Claire Sandrin …. set costumer
Anna Seltzer …. costume assistant
Trey Shaffer …. costume graphic designer
Virginia Smith Phillips …. background costumer
Christopher Swift …. specialty costumer/dresser: Legacy Effects
Jesse Trevino …. costumer
Jesse Trevino …. set costumer
Suzi Turnbull …. costume supervisor
Ali Tycast …. costume assistant
Gillian Waterman …. costumer
Peter White …. costumer: Robert Downey Jr.
Mollie Kimball Whitson …. costume assistant
Dale Wibben …. cutter/fitter
Robert Wojewodski …. assistant costume designer
Timothy A. Wonsik …. key costumer
Lisa Wujick …. costumer
Karen Young …. costumer
Shout-out to Pilar Agoyo tho because men’s trousers do not normally hug their asses in so flattering a fashion.
[Three animated gifs of a Tony Stark cosplayer hanging Xmas ornaments on a Loki cosplayer’s horns and receiving an elbow to the groin for his pains]
THE AVENGERS CAST | FUNNY FACES
Once, when Thor was visiting the Shield headquarters, he carelessly put Mjolnir down on a stack of papers. Agent Coulson had to get the papers, so he simply picked up and moved the hammer, inadvertently proving himself worthy. Thor was stunned, but truthfully Coulson was more concerned with the fact that the papers had been wrinkled in the process.
Submitted by ishdakitty
So every time I go to Starbucks and they ask for my name I always tell them ‘Tony Stark’.
(I’m cool I know.)
Anyway today when they called out my ‘name’ and I went to collect it I noticed this guy blatantly staring at me as he ordered his drink.
I thought nothing of it and went over to get some sugar when I noticed that the guy was walking over to me, still staring right into my eyes.
So by this point I was getting quite nervous and was about to ask him if I knew him when he leaned in right next to my ear and whispered;
I stood there, mouth open, about to ask him what the actual fuck when the barista called out ‘Latte for Loki’ and the guy walked over, picked up his drink, winked at me and walked out the door.
I swear to god I have never laughed more in a public place than I did today.
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