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cause its my problem if i wanna pack up and run away
its my business if i feel the need to smoke and drink and sway
its my problem, its my problem if i feel the need to hide
and its my problem if i have no friends and feel i want to die
—  Marina And The Diamonds
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this is what happens when you bring a RED camera to the world’s best wave while capturing the world’s best surfers in absolute perfection. enjoy

and in case you’re wondering, the soundtrack is by st.south - slacks

Our characters have a lot of anger, especially towards Tony Stark, and we want revenge. We meet Ultron, and he’s someone who preaches peace and… believes what we believe, which is that the Avengers create destruction and that Tony Stark’s bomb is responsible for killing our parents. My character ends up really having to deal with her ignorance. A lot of problems that happen towards the end of the film are her responsibility
—  Elizabeth Olsen on the Scarlet Witch’s character arc in Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Instead of Ultron giving a lot of speeches so everybody knows what he’s thinking, it’d be nice if he had some allies. The story that Joss put together with these two kids is really sweet and poignant, and you really understand why they would start on this side of the line. It’s a great journey that they go on, from being these rough and tumble kids in Eastern Europe who blame the West, and the Avengers for the plight, the power structure of the world that keeps kids like them down. Over the course of it they realize maybe the Avengers are here for good reason.
—  Producer Jeremy Latcham on the Twins’, Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch, motivation in Avengers: Age of Ultron.