“ give all credit to jeremy. he’s pretty cool. the funny thing about working with him is he’s such a normal guy and pretty silly. he comes in and makes a bunch of jokes in the monitor. and then we’d put him in and you call camera, he would just turn ice cold. we called him the precision instrument, because he could basically do anything. a thing i would practice for three months and there’s no way i could do, and jeremy would just do it perfectly, like a professional stuntman himself.”
I’m not ready for a world where Chris Evans is no longer Steve Rogers, a man out of time, but still just a kid from Brooklyn at heart. Where RDJ doesn’t encapsulate Tony Stark completely- both his eccentricity and vulnerability. Where Chris Hemsworth’s Thor doesn’t radiate sunshine when he smiles. Where Scarlett and Jeremy have yet to tell Natasha and Clint’s story of Budapest. And where Mark Ruffalo no longer shows the soft side of the hulk as Bruce-bear.
I can’t wait to follow the new wave of heroes across the MCU, but I’ll never be ready to give up the 6 who started it all.