This has got to be one of my favorite beauty looks that I’ve done WOW im totally into this double eyeliner wing thing haha. This elegant look wouldn’t have been quite so pretty without this nice headchain from Ruth Nore Designs, a shop that specializes in flower crowns, chains, and other ELVISH inspired pieces!!! Everything from her store is mythical and makes me feel like Fae ROYALTY. This septum ring is from Lotusandco. and all of my makeup products and information can be found below the cut.
PSR HAS A PIPERKA!! As well as a tapastic, which I may just batch upload to when I complete an “episode”! This update concludes the prologue and because I’m graduating I can’t make any promises on my updating schedule until I’m settled down again. A wholehearted thanks to all my professors, friends, colleagues, and followers who have been nothing but supportive of me until now!!! \( ˊ̱˂˃ˋ̱ )◞⸜₍ ˍ́˱˲ˍ̀ ₎⸝◟( ˊ̱˂˃ˋ̱ )/ (me in the middle!) Thank you! I look forward to the future!
The latest actor to be linked to a Marvel Studios movie: character actress Tilda Swinton, who’s reportedly in talks to star in Doctor Strange, alongside Benedict Cumberbatch.
But Swinton isn’t the first left-field casting choice for a Marvel movie. Here are five unlikely actors who have gone on to star in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
1. Robert Downey Jr as Iron Man
It’s easy to forget now, but back in 2008, RDJ was far from Hollywood royalty. A brilliant but troubled actor with a history of substance abuse, few would take a chance on him.
But director Jon Favreau went to bat for RDJ, insisting he was perfect for the role of billionaire playboy Tony Stark. And he was right.
Seven years later, RDJ remains clean, the Internet’s darling and a key part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
2. Chris Pratt as Star-Lord
Remember Andy Dwyer from Parks and Recreation? Yeah, the dim-witted but lovable slob? Well, someone thought he would be PERFECT to play an action hero.
That someone was Zero Dark Thirty director Kathryn Bigelow, who cast Chris Pratt as part of the film on the Special Forces team that assassinated Osama Bin Laden. So Pratt dropped the weight, piled on the muscle and changed his acting roles forever.
And after that, Pratt went on to play Star-Lord, the most charismatic, charming and funny leading man in space since Han Solo.
3. Edward Norton as The Hulk
Circa 2007: Marvel announces that Oscar-winner Edward Norton will both write and star in The Incredible Hulk, a reboot of the green giant’s movie franchise. Cue the Internet’s collective reaction: “WAIT WHAT SERIOUSLY????”
In the end, the man considered one of the greatest actors of his generation only played the role once. But Norton did a more than decent job - more’s the pity that creative conflicts led to Marvel re-casting the role.
4. Paul Rudd as Ant-Man
The movie’s not out yet, but judging by the trailers, Paul Rudd already looks the part. As ex-convict, thief and reluctant hero Scott Lang, Rudd looks made for the role, fumbling his way to heroism
But few would have imagined Rudd, a regular in Judd Apatow comedies, as a superhero. But hey, if Seth Rogen can play the Green Hornet, Paul Rudd can be Ant-Man.
5. Bradley Cooper as Rocket Raccoon
So we need someone to voice a foul-mouthed, genetically-enhanced talking raccoon who likes BIG FLARKING GUNS. Let’s see, should we cast a comedian like say, Adam Sandler? Maybe Patton Oswalt?
I know, let’s go with Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper! The result: brilliance. Who would have thought a tiny talking raccoon could be this much fun?