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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strawberrypatty:

rufflesnotdiets:

huffingtonpost:

Schooled  Larry King.

Watch the full interview here.

"non-practicing bisexual" christ on a bike

Ugh, but ANNA… If you don’t practice, you won’t pass your annual test and you’ll lose your bisexual card!

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winchestercaptains:

officialtribble:

How History Books Will Remember The Government Shut Down: A Masterpost

i never want this post to die

If we are truly committed to ending oppression and violence, then we must be committed to each other. Then we must live out of the simple truth that we need each other. We need each other. And this is where I would like to center my comments for today.

The best analysis in the world is useless if we don’t treat each other well. If we don’t invest our time and energy in learning how to love each other better, if we can’t build relationships that can last more than 2-5 years. If we can’t commit to practicing working out hard dynamics in our relationships or if we are recreating the very conditions we are fighting against inside of our collectives, organizations, and movements.

It doesn’t matter how much you know, if you’re not willing to work on your heart and your relationship with yourself. If you don’t know how to say, “I’m sorry,” “that really hurt my feelings,” or “I messed up.” None of this matters if you are interested in staying “right” all the time or always wanting to only talk about the places you’re oppressed and never talk about the places you are privileged.

Soo Na, from Garlic and Salt in Outsiders Within: Writing on Transracial Adoption

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tastefullyoffensive:

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tastefullyoffensive:

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asofterbucky:

vin diesel is having way too much fun and it’s awesome

asofterbucky:

vin diesel is having way too much fun and it’s awesome

sirdef:

I think one of the saddest parts about this whole Ant-Man fridging Jan and her not getting to be an Avenger in the MCU thing is that no one would be more disappointed by this than the Avengers themselves. After all, Janet is the 5th greatest Avenger of all time- and “If the Avengers themselves voted on this list, it’s likely the Wasp would take the number one spot.” (x)
A founding Avenger, leader, fashionista, and honestly one of the Avengers that loves being an Avenger the most, Jan definitely deserved a spot on the MCU Avengers. It’s sad that we’re still in an era where Marvel Studios can’t value the woman who founded and named the Avengers.
In the hopes that Marvel will understand that Jan is an important and necessary addition to the MCU Avengers as an active superhero and not a footnote in Hank Pym’s story, we’re tweeting out on twitter using the #JanetVanCrime hashtag. Please lend your voice so Marvel can avoid this mistake, or at least be less inclined to make future ones.
For the inevitable dudebros that are going to come up to me and try to tell me Jan isn’t important to the Avengers, don’t talk to me, talk to Jan’s earrings:

sirdef:

I think one of the saddest parts about this whole Ant-Man fridging Jan and her not getting to be an Avenger in the MCU thing is that no one would be more disappointed by this than the Avengers themselves. After all, Janet is the 5th greatest Avenger of all time- and “If the Avengers themselves voted on this list, it’s likely the Wasp would take the number one spot.” (x)

A founding Avenger, leader, fashionista, and honestly one of the Avengers that loves being an Avenger the most, Jan definitely deserved a spot on the MCU Avengers. It’s sad that we’re still in an era where Marvel Studios can’t value the woman who founded and named the Avengers.

In the hopes that Marvel will understand that Jan is an important and necessary addition to the MCU Avengers as an active superhero and not a footnote in Hank Pym’s story, we’re tweeting out on twitter using the #JanetVanCrime hashtag. Please lend your voice so Marvel can avoid this mistake, or at least be less inclined to make future ones.

For the inevitable dudebros that are going to come up to me and try to tell me Jan isn’t important to the Avengers, don’t talk to me, talk to Jan’s earrings:

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nicolerosenbaum:

isaacgoodhart:

Guardians is finally out!! Her’e a fan art I made after the first trailer came out and melted my mind. 

Oh my goooooooooooosh.

nicolerosenbaum:

isaacgoodhart:

Guardians is finally out!! Her’e a fan art I made after the first trailer came out and melted my mind. 

Oh my goooooooooooosh.

why seb stan is problematic

setphaserstostucky:

  • he hugged people at a con when he wasn’t supposed to
  • he forgot to wash his hair for comic con 2013
  • he said wiotch one time like that is a problem in and of itself
  • sometimes he doesnt button his shirts up all the way
  • v necks
  • also transparent shirts
  • skinny jeans like who do you think you are some kind of hip teen
  • does he dress in the dark or something what a dweeb
  • doesnt know how to dress for tennis
  • he lives in starbucks
  • binge watched friends
  • he went to prom THREE TIMES
  • THREE
  • seems to regret everything he says
  • always wasting perfectly good alcohol by pouring it on himself
  • cant answer interview questions without saying “um” or “you know”
  • his tongue is out of control
  • slammin thighs and bedroom eyes
  • feel free to add anything you can think of