Seeing Katie Mcgrath's photos at the movie theater made me think of this: Lena Luthor has never gone out to the movies. When she was young, it was either because the papparazzi followed her everywhere to get a glimpse of the Luthor's youngest child or because she was on boarding school. Then, in her adulthood, she never had time to go, being a CEO and all. Now imagine Kara finding out about it and being adamant to show her what she's been missing out. (cont).
(cont.) She’ll plan a movie theater marathon with lots of popcorn, sodas and candies and Lena will be so thrilled that she won’t even notice that people are staring at her (because she’s clad in her business suit, all classy and all). Then, at some point, Kara will hold her hand and Lena will be bold enough to lay her head on Kara’s shoulder and it will be perfect and I’m crying just thinking about how happy my babies will be T_T (also, sorry for the rant, but your reblog gave me feels lol)
I’M CRYING I LOVE IT LIKE
- kara does that thing where she pretends to stretch and slowly puts her arm around lena and lena has to try so hard to laugh and/or be all “kara, honey. you can put your arm around me, you know.”
- they go through six bags of popcorn because kara eats like four on her own before lena even starts eating, and then lena realizes what she’s been missing in her life (it’s popcorn. with lots of butter. that’s what has been missing.)
- toward the end of the movie, lena leans over to kara, whispers something about “you know, making out in the back of a movie theater is kind of a tradition–“
- and kara blushes hard and reminds herself to find a less popular movie next time because oh, she’s tempted to pick up her popcorn and move to that back row but she’s also kind of really into the movie and people are low key staring at them already so maybe making out in the back isn’t the best idea
- also kara’s definitely that person that claps at the end of the movie and lena’s like “…it’s a movie babe why are you clapping” and kara’s just all “so? it was good!” and so lena starts clapping and then they’re standing up and cheering and clapping
- it’s a sight to see, lena looking spiffy in her work clothes, kara in a sundress, whooping and hollering
- as people leave, they kind of stare. one pauses: “is that… lena luthor?”
- the answer: yes, and she becomes a regular. if lena luthor and up-and-coming journalist kara danvers show up every friday night like clockwork, well. no one has to tell the paparazzi, right?
- (besides, it’s great for business, with the amount of popcorn those two go through)