Summary: (College!AU) In which you’re too stressed to get any schoolwork done so Bucky offers an alternative plan.
Pairing: Bucky x Reader
Word Count: 2,370
A/N: An anon requested The reader is really stressed and Bucky helps her calm down. It’d be cool to see them clean the kitchen together and joke around. This occurs between “The Little Things (Part One)” and “The Little Things (Part Two)” I should be doing work and preparing for finals, but I was too stressed so I wrote this instead
You stare at your textbook, willing the words on the page to somehow become more interesting. When they don’t, you move the book from the table onto your lap in the hopes that this new angle will help you absorb what you’re reading. After you catch yourself skimming over the same paragraph for what is now the third time in a row, you slam the textbook closed in frustration.
Midterms are upon you and what you should be doing is studying for the exams you have this week. Unfortunately for you, your brain is not in compliance with this plan. It wants nothing to do with the study guides, outlines, and index cards you’ve created. You had hoped that switching gears and reading straight from your textbook might work, but that attempt failed just as badly as the rest.
You lean forward and rest your forehead on the edge of the cool, wooden table as hopelessness and frustration overwhelm your senses. The last thing you should be doing right now is nothing, and yet, nothing is all you can bring yourself to do.
Did you know that before my many years with Disney feature animation, Disney toon studios and before I became the principal artist for the Disney Stores that I was a Disney Store cast member in high school? It’s true. I was an opening cast member at Stoneridge Mall in Pleasenton , CA. Disney Stores celebrates 30 years this week! Congrats Disney Stores!
How Disney Star Ross Lynch Plays A Gay Serial Killer in ‘My Friend Dahmer’
To play a young serial killer in “My Friend Dahmer,” ex-Disney Channel star Ross Lynch
didn’t just walk in his character’s shoes. He took over the childhood
home where Jeffrey Dahmer grew up and murdered his first victim. The
movie shot for two weeks in that eerie location, near Akron, Ohio. “When
I arrived, I felt comfortable,” says Lynch, 21. “This is going to sound
weird — it was almost like I was home.”
“My Friend Dahmer” (based on a graphic novel by Derf Backderf) is a
departure for Lynch, who starred in “Teen Beach Movie.” He wears shaggy
hair and big glasses to channel a disturbed criminal who murdered 17 men
and boys before his 1991 arrest. This story takes place before that, as
Dahmer is graduating from high school in the late ’70s and struggling
to fit in. But the role in the independent movie, which premieres at the
Tribeca Film Festival on Friday night, started to seep into the actor’s
psyche. “I kept losing sleep because — in my imagination — I kept
seeing him in the corner of my room. That was really frightening.”
Lynch spoke to Variety about the film and if he’s trying to break away from his squeaky-clean Disney past.
What did you know about Jeffrey Dahmer’s story?
Believe it or not, I didn’t know who Jeffrey Dahmer was. I was born in
’95. And I think he died in ’94. The script was floating around. It was a
Black List script. My agent emailed it to us. I thought, “This sounds
really interesting.” I auditioned a few times.
There’s a tradition of Disney stars — from Anne Hathaway to
Selena Gomez — going dark in independent films. Were you trying to show
Yeah. When I was doing the majority of the Disney stuff, I was always
thinking, “What’s next?,” because Disney is not forever. Although it was
a great time and I learned extraordinary things, I knew there had to be
something [else]. I didn’t want to go off the rails and started
partying. When “Dahmer” came along, it was the perfect opportunity to
really immerse myself in that role and hint at what I’d like to do in
How did you research Dahmer’s life?
It’s so twisted and scary to read about the things he did. He was also
surprisingly smart and charming. There are many interviews about him
confessing about what was going through his head. It was cool to listen
to how he spoke. He had somewhat of that Midwestern twang, almost like a
Minnesota accent, but not really. I did a subtle version of it.
Did you see the Jeremy Renner movie?
I didn’t. That was a different time in Dahmer’s life. I’m doing a
version of him slowly losing his humanity. I would kind of walk around
the house and practice the movement.
What did you base his walk on?
I based it off Jeffrey Dahmer. There are a few interviews, it’s very
short, but he walks right into the interview. He was a big guy and he
was really burly. He was somewhat gentle in his younger years, because
he was so shy. And he was so strong; he had awkward movements. I was
really trying to get that. When we were filming, word got out, because
we were in his hometown. People showed up on set and they were like,
“There’s no way.” They were shocked at how accurate my walk was.
You actually look like a young Jeffrey Dahmer.
I know. It’s kind of scary.
It’s hard to read about what Dahmer did to his victims. Did the role get to you?
The most I felt the role had affected me was when I got home. I realized
how much was lingering. I was anti-social for a second. Generally, I’m a
Did you grapple with the idea that by telling a serial killer’s life, you might be celebrating him?
I wanted to show the sympathetic version of what happened to him. I don’t think it’s a celebration.
Can your Disney fans see this film?
I think there’s definitely a wide range of my fan base that would enjoy
it. I remember when the press release first came out, a lot of people on
Twitter and social media were really excited. They like to see a
departure, too. They like to see growth. But if you’re a 10-year-old fan
or a little younger, maybe this isn’t the right film for you.
Me, to myself:
ok be chill don't let them know how obsessive and weird you are
hi did you know that the crew behind Disney's latest original film, "Moana", did years of research in various Polynesian islands in order to ensure they accurately depicted the culture of the region? Instead of focusing on one island they chose to mix several legends and different versions of ancient stories to create a new perspective that still honored th—
Well, so many role twist and i got confused when i made this fact =.=
I know i have disappointed many people ;w;) but here’s the right fact:
Yui Ishikawa, Japanese voice actress who provides the voice of Mikasa Ackerman in the anime Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan), also provides the voice of Anna in the Japanese version of Disney’s Frozen. Unfortunately, she was replaced by Sayaka Kanda to play the role.
As it’s known, Aladar was raised by the lemurs, that’s why his way of thinking is completely different from the other dinosaurs. But their influence is not limited to his way of thinking. He shows some lemur-like behavioral traits as well during the movie. Originally the filmmakers wanted him to behave and move more like a lemur, but they rejected the idea with the exception of some brief movements.
That sassy tail swish which Aladar shows to Kron was actually intended to be one of them, it’s the same gesture, which was made by both Plio and Yar in the beginning of the movie.
Source: “Audio Commentary #1 With Directors And Special Effects Team” from the DVD