afreudianslipper:

We are Groot.”

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fyeahmagneto:

X-Men Rule #1: when in doubt, it’s probably Magneto’s or Wanda’s fault.

X-Men: No More Humans

(via fyeahmaximoffandeisenhardt)

"I very much believe in doing it. I very much believe that it’s unfair to say, “People don’t want to see movies with female heroes,” then list five movies that were not very good, therefore, people didn’t go to the movies because they weren’t good movies, versus [because] they were female leads. And they don’t mention “Hunger Games,” “Frozen,” “Divergent.” You can go back to “Kill Bill” or “Aliens.” These are all female-led movies. It can certainly be done. I hope we do it sooner rather than later. But we find ourselves in the very strange position of managing more franchises than most people have — which is a very, very good thing and we don’t take for granted, but is a challenging thing. You may notice from those release dates, we have three for 2017. And that’s because just the timing worked on what was sort of gearing up. But it does mean you have to put one franchise on hold for three or four years in order to introduce a new one? I don’t know. Those are the kinds of chess matches we’re playing right now."

Kevin Feige, continuing to say a whole lot of nothing about a Marvel Studios female-led film. He admits that it “can be done”, but his new excuse is that he is making too many movies to make one of them about a woman. (via alwaysalreadyangry)

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(via morgan-leigh)

This FUCKING INFURIATES ME. “Put one franchise on hold”? Are you SHITTING ME? You guys are the assholes who selected the movies you’re doing now—surprise, the fans weren’t clamoring for Ant-Man and Doctor Strange (or Guardians of the Galaxy!) movies. And you must be a shitty chess player if you think that killing off a founding Avenger is the way to run your franchise.

Not to mention—these aren’t charity projects, you’re making insane amounts of money on all of the films. Are you honestly going to tell me that the market can’t handle one additional film a year? Considering that you guys were all proud about releasing a movie on the same day as DC, I think you understand that the public is going to see your films, regardless. 

You can “believe in doing it” all you want, but until you ACTUALLY DO IT, this is bullshit. 

(Source: comicbookresources.com, via morgan-leigh)

gingerhaze:

GOTG COMICS

no actual spoilers probably don’t worry

stupidlullabies:

I am exactly the opposite of sorry for this.

(via everythingsbetterwithbisexuals)

“I love that she’s unapologetically badass. There’s no back-story trying to explain something horrible that happened to her that explains who she is. No, that’s just who she is. She just is this person; no explanation needed. Just like men—when a male character comes on screen and is a badass, you just accept it. And I’m hoping that’s what fans do with Rosa. She is who she is and she just doesn’t give a shit.”- Stephanie Beatriz on her character, Rosa Diaz, in Brooklyn Nine-Nine

(Source: bevkatzz, via perforatedsanity)

Tags: brooklyn 99

everybodyilovedies:

Han Solos level of snark was exactly the level of snark I aspired to as a young person.

(Source: romanoffied)

Tags: Star Wars

waitingforthet:

Was that her catchphrase or something during the 90s? I’ve only read a few books from the Jim Lee X-Men era, but it seemed like Betsy said that in each and every one.
I really liked that one outfit Kitty Pryde had for like, fifteen seconds in 2000. (Pre-leather jacket/belly shirt outfit, post-Excalibur.)

waitingforthet:

Was that her catchphrase or something during the 90s? I’ve only read a few books from the Jim Lee X-Men era, but it seemed like Betsy said that in each and every one.

I really liked that one outfit Kitty Pryde had for like, fifteen seconds in 2000. (Pre-leather jacket/belly shirt outfit, post-Excalibur.)