westratenick: It’s the last day of #TurnAMC and I want to thank @1jamiebell, our number one. A big show like this needs a great leader, and this man has been one every step of the way. He’s treated me like a brother from the day I first showed up. I’m proud to know him, and was very sad on this last day of shooting pictured above.
“You humans are weak and fractured,” Thanos weaves as he tries to get to the freed gauntlet.
“That’s where you’re wrong,” Tony says grabbing the gauntlet and putting it on, “I know each and everyone of us is willing to make the sacrifice play for each other. For what you don’t understand, Thanos, is that we love each other. We love our world. We all would die a hundred times for it. We are the makers of our own destiny. You don’t get to decide what our fate is. You don’t get to decide our worth.”
“TONY NO!” Tony hears Steve yell in the distance. He sees him running towards him fighting Thanos’ minions in an attempt to get to him. Tony smiles behind the faceplate. He wished he could tell Steve how he felt but he needed to use his strength and concentration to use the gauntlet one last time.
Tony starts and the world begins to dim a bit to black.
westratenick: To celebrate the last week of #TurnAMC- I’m gonna be posting all the photos I have left! - Me and my incredible wig and hair stylist @iamnakoya- Jamie getting a pie in his face on his Birthday!
Lon Chaney was known as “ The Man Of A Thousand Faces” because of his
penchant for portraying masked or deformed characters, characters who
were nonetheless discernibly human. He was an unusually sensitive mime,
an ability often attributed to the fact that his parents were deaf mutes
and he had to mime his stories and concerns to them.