come on this movie was hilarious

-imagine finn as a caregiver for an older disabled woman, named marta. she has a sharp sense of humor and she loves classic movies, especially ones that involve happy endings.

-one afternoon they go to the theatre to see beauty and the beast.

-it’s a weekday afternoon, so there are like 5 people in the whole theatre. they’re also super early, so they’re watching the pre-preview movie trivia and shouting out (outrageously and hilariously) wrong answers at the screen.

-a young woman enters the theatre and marta recognizes her at once. “nurse rey!” marta calls, happily. “come sit with me and my handsome young man!”

-rey lets out a startled laugh, but joins them. turns out she’s the nurse at marta’s allergy clinic, so they see each other every week.

-rey is sweet and kind to her patients, and marta adores her. (marta’s fond of finn, for the same reasons.)

-rey and finn introduce themselves and chat until the previews start. rey’s cute and easy to talk to, and finn likes her at once.

-after the movie, marta invites rey to join them for a late lunch, and she does. the three of them have a great time.

-idrk what else, but basically finn and rey bond over being medical professionals, and marta (not so subtly) plays matchmaker, and adorableness ensues.

I am reading the Rogue One novelization...

so far I feel most cheated by:

1. the fact that the movie didn’t articulate that Jyn’s change of heart comes from a dream she has of her mother telling her she is not just her father’s daughter

2. the fact that Bodhi lies about meeting Galen on the lunchline and I never find out the truth. Did their eyes meet across a crowded room and it was looooooove? Or did they meet at the secret underground gay club? INQUIRING MINDS WANT TO KNOW.

3. the fact that there is no way for the movie to adequately demonstrate how hilariously into Jyn Cassian is against his will. Is he taking lessons from Mr. Darcy?? (I DON’T LIKE HER, I SHOULD KILL HER, WHY AM I SAVING HER, SHIT I DIDN’T MEAN TO SAVE HER AGAIN)

4. the fact that it was Cassian’s gun that Jyn “found”

5. the fact that there is a backstory about K-2SO volunteering to wipe his own memory in case Cassian needs there to be no witnesses to his shadiness. their love is pure and true.

6. Bodhi Rook….I want a whole goddamn movie about him.

7. Also the fact that the book keeps calling Baze and Chirrut “brothers” but also like obviously describes a situation in which these dudes are super married. They’re not a little married, they’re the equivalent of a diamond jubilee kind of married.

8. Also I need approximately 10000000000% more backstory for Baze and Chirrut. And their own movie. And a tv show.

9. I object STRONGLY to the repeated bullshit about the inside of Jyn’s mind being the cave. I get it. The cave was a big deal. Can we leave this image alone yet????

10. This book goes out of its way to find characters to kill off. And if you were holding out hope that the little girl Jyn saved somehow made it out of the city before it blew….nope. Let’s definitely linger on the small child dying. Let’s flesh out her home life a little bit first so that you, the reader, cannot in any way avoid crying.

Top 16 of 2016

1. La La Land

It’s joyous, romantic, energetic, heartbreaking, and just so damn fun!!  Not only the best of the year, but the best of the past 2 years!!

2. Hell or High Water

An inspired neo western that deals with income inequality and family.  It’s tense and darkly funny, with a great Texas atmosphere and lived in characters.

3. Arrival

A smart alien ‘invasion’ movie that focuses on communication and unity instead of violence and bombast, underlined with an emotional and eye opening human story that demands multiple viewings.

4. The Edge of Seventeen

Hailee Steinfeld is Oscar worthy in this coming of age tale.  It’s equally hilarious and heartbreaking, all the while being surprisingly relatable.

5. Moonlight

A deep character study full of empathy and raw emotions.  Fantastic acting and even better direction.

6. Manchester by the Sea

A subtle, yet completely honest portrayal of dealing with grief.  One of the best acting ensembles of year.

7. Captain America: Civil War

Kinetic action, real world themes, and focus on characters new and old make this one of the best entries in the MCU.

8. Captain Fantastic

Who knew living off the grid could be so interesting?  A unique take on the family dramedy that shows the good and bad of both sides, and gets the family into some hysterical situations.

9. The Witch 

A dark and atmospheric experience, with eerily authentic sense of dread.  It’s a horror movie that’s actually horrific!

10. Swiss Army Man

The most unique and absurdly hilarious movie of the year.  A movie that I feel is about normalizing openly loving relationships between two males, whether it’s romantic or not.  Career performance from Radcliffe as well.

11. The Nice Guys

The best written action comedy in years.  Amazing chemistry between Crowe and Gosling.  Just so much fun and totally rewatchable.

12. Sing Street

An inspired story filled with great music, likeable characters that you can’t help but root for, and a great authentic 80s feel.

13. Hunt for the Wilder people

Another absurdist comedy from Taika Waititi featuring fantastic banter between the two unlikely leads and a subtlety touching story.

14. Nocturnal Animals

A dark and twisted sophomore effort from Tom Ford.  Incredible ensemble all around and a story within a story that’s completely captivating.

15. Deadpool

Ryan Reynolds killed it in the role he was born to play.  Very funny and a very faithful adaptation of the tone of the comics!

16. Star Trek Beyond

A very entertaining and character driven movie for the franchise’s 50th anniversary.  Great new characters and great use of classic characters.

Honorable mentions:

- A Monster Calls

- Green Room

- The Neon Demon

- Equals

- Doctor Strange

- Kubo and the two strings

- David Brent: Life on the road

- American Honey

- The Jungle book

- Midnight special

Being In Ravenclaw Would Be

• excelling in any and every class you care about

• using a permanent sticking spell to glue poems and sheet music and drawings to the common room walls

• feeling the wind in your hair when you open the windows in the common room tower on a breezy day

• not caring about house points

• but scoring so many points for getting the overall highest marks

• being polite to professors in the classroom, but coming up with hilariously true insults about them in the common room at three in the morning

• laughing about how everyone calls you the “boring” “goody two-shoes” house as you gulp down smuggled butter beer and watch old R rated Muggle movies because you figured out how to make muggle technology work in the common room

• muggle-borns and some half-bloods intensely debating which house would win in the Hunger Games

• having deep conversations about religion and philosophy over breakfast

• getting overly competitive in games like risk, scrabble, or monopoly at five in the morning on a school night

• the common room smelling like tea and old books

• not caring what anyone thinks of your house because all that matters is that you’re happy with yourself

• listening to Luna Lovegood ramble on about Nargles and Crumple-Horned Snorkbacks and nodding with a deep expression when you’re all drunk at one in the morning

• cursing at the common room door until it slowly opens when you can’t think of an answer to a riddle

• arguing with the door until it finally lets you in


• coming up with ingenious ways to rig Quidditch matches but never using them

• studying Rowena Ravenclaw as much as possible

• listening to the ghosts’ stories intently

• having “poetry night” the last Friday of every month, which evolved into “do whatever you want as long as it’s not Cho Chang gushing about Harry Potter” night

• laughing when someone calls you a nerd because you haven’t turned in your homework in the last month and you’re on the brink of expulsion for having a spell inventing contest in the bathrooms

• wearing band t-shirts and fandom merchandise under your robes

• genuinely loving your Ravenclaw friends because never have you met a group of such deep, open-minded, lazy dorks in your life


Guys. GUYS. I was browsin’ through Netflix to find a movie to put on in the background while I unpack from my trip and tidy up my room and I saw some dance/music rom-dram called High Strung, and that formulaic shit is my JAM so I put it on. Guys. GUYS. THIS IS BEYOND A SHADOW OF A DOUBT THE MOST UNINTENTIONALLY HILARIOUS MOVIE I’VE EVER SEEN I’M HALFWAY THROUGH AND THERE ARE ACTUAL TEARS RUNNING DOWN MY FACE IT HAS EVERY TROPE IN THE KNOWN UNIVERSE AND IT’S GLORIOUS. 

BASIC PLOT: shy, talented American blonde ballerina attends a ~~~super exclusive~~~ Arts conservatory in Manhattan (is there even another city in the US?) and is pushed extra hard by her teachers because She’s Just So Talented™. Shy, talented American blonde ballerina is strolling down the subway post-class and hears a broody British modelesque violinist playing for money. Turns out the broody British modelesque violinist is an illegal immigrant with Nothing Left For Him Back Home™ (’what about your family?’ *moody stare* ‘like I said’ *dramatic glance into the Manhattan skyline* ‘nothing’) and the lawyer he’s been paying to get him a green card was swindling him (he kicks a trashcan into a car in front of a swanky office building out of RAGE because that’s what people trying to avoid run-ins with the police do obvi). Blonde Ballerina goes back to the subway the next day and shares a slow-mo stare with Broody Violinist and then OUT OF NOWHERE a gang strolls out of the subway train and starts shit with a crew of painters working on the subway station. Naturally both the gang and the painters are dance crews (!?!?!?!?!?!) who bust out into elaborate aggressive choreo, and Broody Violinist starts playing his violin to their battle music cause why not???? Chaos ensues, Blonde Ballerina gets pushed to the ground, Broody Violinist rushes to help her, his violin gets stolen, and OH NO his grandfather gave it to him so it’s A Big Deal™ and Blonde Ballerina is so distraught so she follows him all determined to help. That’s the set up of the basic plot, now HIGHLIGHTS:

1. The movie literally opens up with the most dramatic, horror-movie-like shot of Broody Violinist playing his violin shirtless in a vast, shadow-drenched bedroom in the early morning light with a voiceover that’s like ‘the music is inside me… and if I don’t play it… it consumes me’. Something to note about Broody Violinist is that he’s barely surviving NY but he lives in a swanky bachelor pad and dresses like a Calvin Klein model.

2. His downstairs neighbor just happens to be the head of the world’s most extra dance crew and he intercepts Broody Violinist one day for NO REASON and forces him to come into his apartment and watch his crew dance like it’s a fucking recital (LITERALLY I SWORE HE WAS HITTING ON HIM BECAUSE IT WAS SO TARGETED AND OUTRAGEOUS BUT NAH HE WAS JUST LIKE ‘HEY STRANGER COME MEET MY FRIENDS AND WATCH US DANCE NOT TAKING NO FOR AN ANSWER LOL HAVE SOME CALAMARI WHILE I WALK YOU THROUGH WHO EVERYONE IS AS THEY DO A SOLO’).

3. Blonde Ballerina’s roommate is the token Comedic Party Girl™ and they are honestly so gay it’s outrageous? Like they constantly walk around holding hands and had a pillow fight within 5 seconds of meeting each other and casually chat while one’s naked in a bubble bath and who the fuck is this movie trying to kid????

4. At one point Blonde Ballerina shows up at Broody Violinist’s apartment (HOW DOES SHE KNOW WHERE HE LIVES??? IDK???) with a violin she borrowed from her school and a flier that’s CONVENIENTLY for a ‘Strings and Dance!’ competition where the winner gets 25K and a full scholarship to the conservatory (i.e. student visa!!!!!!!), but Broody Violinist is Too Ferocious and Independent™ for conservatories and they’re beneath him and his Subway musician ways and Blonde Ballerina is Too Establishment™ to understand. So Blonde Ballerina is REAL UPSET and leaves and calls her girlfriend to cry about this random stranger rejecting her offer during the cab-ride home, and Broody Violinist stares dramatically at his table before realizing his Big Mistake™ and running after her, but NOOOO, the cab pulls away just as he reaches the door!!!! GASP, I’m so sad for these literal strangers acting like they just ended a five year relationship!!!!

5. There’s a straight-up montage where Blonde Ballerina is dancing with her frenemies at bar (what’s a dance movie without a bar scene where everyone inexplicably knows impromptu choreography) and it’s spliced with BROODY VIOLINIST RANDOMLY BOXING. LMAO LIKE THERE HAS BEEN NOT A SINGLE INDICATION THAT HE’S INTO BOXING OR ATHLETIC IN ANY WAY BUT HERE HE IS, TAKING SUPERHUMAN, SHIRTLESS SWINGS AT A PUNCHING BAG IN THE DARK TO THE BEAT OF THE BAR MUSIC THAT HE’S NOWHERE NEAR. I died. 

6. Broody Violinist RANDOMLY SHOWS UP as a waiter for an event Blonde Ballerina is attending with an Arrogant Playboy Violinist™ from her conservatory, and I kid you fucking not, they tango. INTENSELY TANGO. BROODY VIOLINIST CAN TANGO. HE CAN BOX, HE CAN TANGO, THE SKY’S THE LIMIT FOR BROODY VIOLINIST, AND THERE’S NO EXPLANATION OUTSIDE OF ‘My grandmother taught me’. So Broody Violinist and Blonde Ballerina tango all ‘frictiony’ (it’s hilar) and Arrogant Playboy Violinist (who’s playing the violin in some kind of performance) starts playing SUPER aggressively because he’s getting jealous that the girl he wouldn’t even call his date is friction Tango-ing with another guy. And then comes the moment where I lost my shit:

7. Arrogant Playboy Violinist™: “You want to settle this outside?”

Broody Violinist: “I’m fine settling it right here.”

Aggressively strides over to the orchestra and grabs a violin and THESE TWO TESTOSTERONE MACHO MORONS HAVE A FUCKING HOMOEROTIC VIOLIN-OFF. SAID VIOLIN-OFF INVOLVES SMACKING EACH OTHER’S BOWS AND AT ONE POINT EVOLVES INTO A LEGIT VIOLIN BOW FENCING MATCH AND IT’S THE FUNNIEST FUCKING THING I’VE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE BECAUSE THEY’RE LIKE SNARLING AND TWO SECONDS FROM MAKING OUT AND IT’S MEANT TO BE SO SERIOUS AND ~~ALPHA MALE~~ OMGGGG. And then naturally the rest of the wait staff is Broody Violinist’s extra ass neighbor and his dance crew so they take over the DJ-ing and start dancing in unison with their serving trays and oh my Gooooood it’s just the most perfectly absurd scene in cinematic history.

That’s as far as I’ve gotten. I don’t even know how this movie’s going to top itself but so far it’s been the most well-invested hour of my life and I can’t recommend it enough.


my friends and i found the fanfiction Hogwarts School of Prayer and Miracles by proudhousewife on to be hilarious, so we are making a super tacky movie to go with it. Here’s part one, the rest should come soon.

(also pls reblog, share with friends, comment, subscribe, whatever u want im desperate for attention)

anonymous asked:

What being the son/daughter of Baze Malbez and Chirrut Imwe would consist of

HHAHAHA I actually love this, their dynamics in the movie were amazing.

Being the son/daughter of Baze Malbus and Chirrut Imwe:

  • You love watching them bicker over the Force. You think it’s hilarious, but they don’t.
  • Chirrut secretly teaching you about the Force whenever Baze isn’t around. Baze finds out, and tries to convince you not to believe Chirrut. You do anyway, believing is much more interesting.
  • “Come on, (y/n), your dad is wandering off again and we have to take care of him.” “The Force is taking care of me!”
  • Baze teaches you how to use different weapons and Chirrut teaches you how to rely on senses other than sight. That combination of teachings makes you a hella good fighter. 
  • Becoming good friends with Jyn and Cassian when you guys become a team.
  • Chirrut allows you to have much more independence, mainly because he believes the Force will take care of you. Baze obviously disagrees, so he usually follows you wherever you go to make sure you’re safe. Most of the time you don’t even realize.
  • They both teach you to pick your battles accordingly, but to always fight for freedom.
  • They both want the best for your and both care about you deeply. 


Ah, right from the start I’m reminded of why I love this movie so much.

Your opening shot is of Kunar and there’s an ominous silence for a minute before you hear the starting riff of AC/DC. But this isn’t just BGM for a hero’s entry. You are shown where this music is coming from and that, lmao, is actually so frickin hilarious and kind of telling. Tony is blasting music in his humvee and is holding a glass of alcohol but he doesn’t look at ease or very happy. He actually looks completely bored and lifeless. He isn’t really enjoying anything, it’s just the motions for him. This is the Tony Stark who has absolutely no meaning in his life at this point and has adopted the Rich Playboy Weapons-Manufacturer Asshole image so well that he doesn’t give two hoots about being real. He’s loud, brash but in a totally uncaring way and this is also shown to be coming from the very real reason that he has nothing worth being real for. 


Never Been Kissed- Chris Evans One Shot

Pairing: Chris Evans X Reader

Prompt: You are a best-selling romantic novelist and Chris is portraying the lead male in the movie adaptation of your latest book. When you meet him, the topic of your love life comes up and he is in disbelief that you have never been kissed.

Word Count: 1590

A/N: Your “book” is loosely based off the movie, ‘Made of Honor’. I do quote the movie, ‘Never Been Kissed’, a few times (for example: the penguin part) because it really inspired me to write this one shot. Both movies are hilarious romantic comedies and I would recommend them to anyone who likes a good laugh.


You nervously fumbled with your fingers as you sat in the back seat of your car. Your driver was taking you to the studio. Not just any studio, but the studio where your very first movie would be filmed. You were a novelist and never really believed that any of your stories would be best-sellers. Your latest novel, ‘The Best Friend’, had become a New York Times best seller and was now being adapted into a movie.

Your book was about a man who realized he was in love with his best friend a little too late. William, or Will for short, was the lead man and in the friend zone. You wrote the character as a charming, intelligent, humble, and basically perfect guy. He was kind of your dream guy. His best friend, Janet, was sweet as well, but she was oblivious to his feelings and she got engaged to Curtis, her boyfriend of one year. Of course, the news of their engagement made Will realize how much he really liked Janet. Various things happen leading up to the wedding as Will attempts to tell her about his true feelings. In the end, he crashes the wedding and Janet chooses him over Curtis.

Today was the day that you would meet the cast of the film. You knew who they were, but you had never met them before. The lead male role, Will, would be portrayed by none other than Chris Evans, one of the most renowned actors in the world. To say you were nervous to meet such a star would be the understatement of the year.

“We have arrived, Ms. Y/L/N.” Your driver informed you. He stopped in front of the doors. He got out of the car and came around to your side to open your door.

“Thank you.” You smiled at him. You entered the studio, with a few guards following you and the director’s assistant walking along side you.

“We apologize, only one member of the cast is here.” The assistant informed you and you nodded.

“I’m early, it’s all right. I like being early to things.” You replied. You turned a corner and the assistant opened a door.

“He’s right in here. I’ll leave you two.” She said, walking away. You entered the room and noticed it was sort of like a break room with a few couches and a television. Someone was on the couch and, upon hearing the door, he sat up to look at the new person.

“Oh, hello. You must Y/N /L/N.” Chris Evans smiled at you. He stood up and made his way over to you. He held out his hand and you shook it.

“Yes, I am. You must be Chris Evans.” You replied.

“I am. I play Will in the movie.” He explained.

“I know. They told me already.” You said with a small laugh.

“Here, we can sit down.” He stated, walking back over to the couch. You followed and sat across from him, “I have to say, I read your book and it’s incredible. I love the strong characters and how they develop. You’re an amazing author.”

“You think so?” You asked, feeling a blush spread across your cheeks. You never got used to the compliments people gave you on your stories.

“Absolutely. It’s an honor to be in the movie and to meet you.”

“Thank you. I’m sure you will play a great Will.” You smiled.

“Are you working on any more books currently? Am I allowed to ask that?” He asked with a chuckle.

“Of course you can. I’m trying to. I want to write-it’s my passion-but I’m in a bit of a rough patch at the moment.” You replied.

“Rough patch? You mean like relationship trouble?” Chris questioned, cocking his head to the side curiously.

“No, not at all.” You laughed, “I’ve only ever been in one relationship. I’m currently struggling with writer’s block-that’s all.”

“One relationship? And you’re in your 30s?” He smiled slightly in disbelief.

“Yes. I was in college and I only dated him for a few weeks. We never kissed or anything.” You shrugged as if it was simple.

“So you mean to tell me that you write best-selling romantic novels, but you have never been kissed and you have only had one romantic relationship?”

“I know it sounds ridiculous. I didn’t have time for men. I focused on my studies throughout school and my job as an editor. Now that my writing career is really taking flight, I don’t have any time for a relationship. I mean, I do have time, but he’d have to deal with how busy my schedule is now.” You explained and he nodded, “I’m fine with never being kissed. I think kissing is a magical thing. I plan on saving my first kiss for someone special. When you kiss someone and everything around becomes hazy and the only thing in focus is you and this person and you realize that that person is the only person that you’re supposed to kiss for the rest of your life, and for one moment you get this amazing gift and you want to laugh and you want to cry because you feel so lucky that you found it and so scared that that it will go away all at the same time.”

“You really are a writer.” Chris laughed and you blushed in embarrassment.

“I’m a hopeless romantic-I get carried away sometimes.”

“I’m a bit of a romantic myself. I completely understand.” He replied and you looked back at him, making eye contact.

“Sometimes I wish I was like a penguin.” You blurted out before explaining, “You know, Adelie penguins, they spend their whole lives looking for that one other penguin and when they meet them, they know. And they spend the rest of their lives together. They never have to get through heartbreak, it’s just searching for love.”

“Maybe that should be your next book-penguins finding love.”

“Maybe.” You shrugged, making a mental note of the idea.

“Would you ever write a book about yourself?”

“No. I’ll add little, insignificant things about my life, but I’ll never write a full autobiography.” You explained. There was a silence that filled the air and you looked around the room, studying it.

“Would you like to go out with me on Saturday?” Chris asked. You turned your attention back to him and his was biting his lip nervously.

“Like a date?” You answered with a smile beginning to form on your lips.

“Why not?”

“Then, yes, I’d like to go on a date with you.” You stated.


That Saturday, Chris took you out to dinner at a quaint, little restaurant. After your meal finished, he drove you back home and walked you to your door.

“You told me earlier that you were waiting for someone special to share your first kiss with.” Chris said as you two stopped outside of your front door, “Am I someone special?”

“I guess so.” You teased.

“Can I kiss you?” He asked with his hands resting on your cheeks.

“Only if you make it a good first kiss.” You smiled and he leaned down to kiss your lips. The feelings of your first kiss was something that you wish never went away. It was truly as magical as everyone had previously described to you.

“How was that for your first kiss?” He asked, pulling away.

“It was special indeed.” You replied.

“Does that mean I can do it again?” Chris said. You nodded and, in an instant, his lips were back on yours. He was gentle and passionate at the same time. He pulled away from you once more. “I think I may have found my Adelie penguin. Good night, Y/N.”

“Good night, Chris.” You smiled opening your door. You stepped inside as he got into his car. You waved farewell before shutting your door. You heard his car drive away as you pulled out your notebook.

'Everyone talks about how amazing their first kiss is. They discuss how sparks fly and two souls become one. They describe the action as magical. As a hopeless romantic, I believe that kisses can be magical. I also believed that they should be shared between two people who care deeply about each other. This is the story of how I survived until the age of thirty without ever being kissed…’


“'Never Been Kissed’?” Chris read the title of your newest idea curiously. You two had been happily dating for seven months and you finally managed to finish your latest book. You had just given him your laptop to read through your new novel. It still had to be edited and pitched to a publisher, but you wanted him to read at least the first chapter of it. He looked over at you and smiled, “You wrote this about yourself, didn’t you?”

“A little bit. I told you I’d never write an autobiography. I did, however, write the first paragraph right after our first date.” You replied.

“I’m glad I helped you get over that writer’s block.” Chris leaned down to give a quick kiss.

“I love you.” You said.

“And I love you, penguin.” He replied, causing you to smile.


You get to make up the reader’s character b/c I am lazy!

Doing a panel with Elizabeth was always interesting, and it was certainly a recurring event. You did quite a few movies together, and you were costars in the Avengers movies. The fans loved you two, and there were more than a few theories about you actually being a couple. It was inevitable that a question about this would come up, but you never minded. You thought it was hilarious in fact. 

It was much earlier in the morning than you would’ve liked it to be. The morning before the Con begun was always a daze, filled with coffee and makeup brushes. You woke up in a comfortable bed to a shrill alarm clock, Elizabeth’s arm wrapped around your torso, and you rolled over slightly. This awoke her, and she groaned sleepily. “I wish we could stay in bed just an hour longer,” she moaned, still refusing to open her eyes. You hummed in agreement, finally getting up. You turned on the coffee pot (your best friend at the moment) and went to the bathroom. When you returned and the blonde was still laying there, you threw a pillow at her, and she finally made the motions to get up. 

“So,” she walked towards you, wrapping her arms around you, “is today the day we tell them?” You smiled cheekily, thinking about the outcome. “I think we’d actually break the internet.” She laughed, which was a beautiful sound. You danced around the apartment together, blasting Paramore and whatever song you could possibly think of, while you got ready together. This had to be the plot of a (Y/n) x Elizabeth fanfiction somewhere, you were sure. If only they could see you now. She did snapchat you dancing, but no one would know who was filming. Your relationship was just a mystery to everyone. 

About an hour later, you strutted into the con, just a few minutes before Elizabeth did. You loved coming to these events, because you got to interact with all the people who used to be where you were; fans, coming to see there favorite actors and actresses. You were truly living the dream, and you appreciated everyone there. When Elizabeth walked into the convention center, you smiled at her happily, pretending to see her for the first time in a few days. You kissed her on the cheek, and some passing fans started freaking out. You signed some autographs, making your way to where you were both supposed to be. 

The panel was going well. It was a promotion for the upcoming Infinity War, and you and Elizabeth were sitting side by side, whispering a bit between questions. 

“This is my question for (Y/n),” a nervous girl approached the mic, and you perked up, smiling at her. “We’ve been following your character since the first Avengers movie, and she’s had her own solo film. We’ve already seen a lot of development with her since then, but she’s never been given a romantic lead. In the comics, she had a girlfriend, so will we ever see that come to the MCU?” You smiled widely, thinking of the best way to word your answer. “I’m not technically supposed to confirm or deny anything, but I think it’s safe to get your hopes up.” 

It was her turn to smile at this point, but she didn’t walk away from the mic just yet. “One more thing, are you and Elizabeth dating?” You laughed a bit, before glancing at her for approval. When she nodded, you knew it was time to come clean. 

“We’re not dating,” you confirmed, “but we are married.” You both slipped your rings out of your pockets, and put them on your ring finger, waving them towards the crowd. 

Needless to say, #(Y/n)ElizabethMarried was trending on Twitter.

anonymous asked:

Hey! Hey! ok so what if their S/O has a really protective Bff that just kinda cock-blocks them all the time (unintentionally but they still do it

Hi! Please include which skellies you want the request to focus on. Also this is a sfw blog, so keep that in mind :)

(But that is fudging hilarious, imagine Red. Just trying to inch closer to his s/o while they’re on the couch and then the friend comes from no where like “I BROUGHT POPCORN AND MOVIES SCOOTCH OVER HALLOWEEN DECORATION”. And they take the seat in the middle and red is just like

Member that time Josh was pining for Tyler?

Well here’s Tyler pining for Josh. Behind a literal pane of glass.

imagine…………….. having 37 pages on your blog about ewan mcrgregor which is roughly 370 posts……………. having watched almost all of his movies, most of his interviews on yt, having gifed and edited his face a ridiculous amount of time …………. having the ewanmcgregod url for like a year then having the ewan-mcgregor url….. 

and then an anon comes to your inbox and says you should release your url because you hate him

the audwhitecity 



  Yes, spending more time with Summer. She wanted to come over and watch some sad movie about a dog. Watching movies with her is…interesting.

  “That poor grass! The dog died right on it!” She says through her nearly hilarious bawling. “Oooh that grass!”

  “Umm, Summer? The dog is the one you should cry for-”

  “SHUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUHSSSSSSAAAAAA! The grass is a living thing too you know, do you believe that?” 

  “Ummm, yeah! Sure!” I guess…technically she is right.