just give the script to me and toni


Christian is the kind of actor that throws things at you, things that aren’t written in the scene that really end up helping you a lot. In the scene on the cliff where I’m crying, I didn’t even know that I was going to be crying that much in that scene, it just kind of happened in the first take. It was because of the help from Christian and how he was doing it with me. He cares so much and gives it so much passion. He hugs Clay at the end of that scene but that wasn’t written in the scene. Christian just did that and it’s those little things that he would do. At the end of episode 9 where I’m freaking out and kicking my bike and then I sit down and play tape 10, and he comes over and sits next to me — that wasn’t in the script either. He just does these things that end up taking these scenes to the next level and makes you care about their friendship so much more. - Dylan Minnette

anonymous asked:

i didnt expect to love the idea of trans nat so much but,, i do??? peter and nat become Ultimate Trans Buds and she gives pete so much hope for the future w how comfortable she's become w her body and he can be okay

leaked script from infinity war:

tony, over an intercom:hey, kid, i’m gonna need you to help me out with this fight in the middle of the city. thanos is tougher than we expected.

peter: okay!!!!!11!1!!

natasha: i thought you said this was too dangerous for him

tony: nah, it’ll be fine

peter: sweet!! lemme just go suit up and – hey what’s that noise

steve, from across the room, standing in the shadows while combing his beard: that’s natasha growling. she gets protective over you.

When Bucky’s sentence appeared on his wrist, his aunt washed his mouth out with soap and the fourteen year old grumbled for ages about how it wasn’t his fault. His ma found him makeup that fit his skin and checked his forearm every morning to make sure that the offensive word was cleaned up before he left for school. Buck thought it was cool, though. Would show the last word of the sentence his soulmate would say, and it always impressed his friends.

…he thought it was less cool when he got older and ended up perking up every time he was challenged to a fight. Which was more often than he wanted, especially after he joined up. They never used quite the right expletive, though, at the end, and he’d loosen up and punch their lights out, glad that this asshole wasn’t his soulmate.

When he got back he didn’t go out too much, didn’t get challenged to fights. Wasn’t worth it, not when he didn’t want to be around people and when it just didn’t seem fair anymore. The other guy would end up on the floor and he’d be flexing his metal hand as he sprinted away, running the words over in his mind. He hadn’t just broken the nose of his soulmate, thank god. 

“Fight me, ass-spelunking fuckboy.”

Bucky hadn’t planned to do more than glance at the guy who was limping out of the alley, clearly not the winner of whatever fight had happened by the bar. But he froze on the spot, his gloved hand going to grab at his forearm, covered by the hoodie. He waited a breath to go over the words in his mind, make sure he’d heard them right.

“Come on,  I was just trying to get a beer..” he muttered, turning a little more. The small blond was glaring up at him, daring him to make a move, but at the words he froze as well and his expression managed to harden.

“This a fucking joke?” He spat, rushing forwards and grabbing Bucky his hoodie. The man was a decent amount shorter than him, already hurting from his last fight, but Bucky couldn’t help but be impressed. “Who put you up to this, huh? Brock? Tony?” Bucky couldn’t tell if he was shaking with fear or rage or just shivering, but he pushed the man off, stepping back to give him enough space to push his sleeve up and show the messy script that had been with him nearly two decades. 

“No joke,” he said, his eyes locked on the tattoo and not the other man. He didn’t want to see the guy’s reaction when he realized that his soulmate was… well, him. “But I’ll show you mine if you show me yours.”

The man’s laughter made him want to bolt, but after a second he realized it didn’t sound malicious, just amused. “I bet your parents were happy to see my foul mouth on their boy,” he teased. “You gonna look at me?” Bucky glanced up as the other man pulled his shirt up to show his own phrase inked on his ribs in Bucky’s scrawled cursive. “You gonna let me buy you that beer, uh… what’s your name?” The little smirk on the blond’s face was gorgeous, Bucky realized, and smiled back tentatively.

“Bucky. And sure, you can get the first round. And you are?”

“First round? Sounds like you expect more. Smart. I’m Steve.”

The Final Experiment Chapter 4: Getting To Know You (Reader x Avengers)

Summary: Kaitlynn’s first weekend with the Avengers isn’t quite what she expected.

Warnings: None, fluff.

Word Count: 1,285

Previous Parts:

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

A/N: Uhhh sorry that this took forever. I had major writer’s block. I would, however, LOVE some feedback, so just message me or whatever. :-)

Well, the twins did indeed help me get settled (well, with what little I had), and then they proceeded to give me a brief tour/rundown of the tower. Also, I was beginning to see what Tony had meant by his comment about Pietro. The boy practically spazzed every two seconds.. He would be there, in front of me, then he would be behind me, then across the hall, then back at my side. Every time he did that, I just kind of stood there, wide eyed and frozen in place while his sister seemed amused by my reaction.

We were almost back to the ‘living room’ to rejoin the others when it just so happened that Pietro decided that this would be a good time to spazz. This time, however, he wasn’t just contained to a hallway. In a silvery-blue blur, he raced around the whole area, sending papers flying and knocking some things over. Cue the “deer-in-the-headlights” look from me, and a smirk from Wanda. The other Avengers seemed unfazed, as if they were used to his usual antics by now.

Once again, the attention was on me. Ugh.

“Come here, Kaitlynn,” Natasha called. “It’s ‘get-to-know-the-newbie’ time.”

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Deleted scenes from the Avengers script #118
  • Selvig: Hey! The Tesseract is showing me so much! It's more than just knowledge, it's... truth!
  • Loki: I know. What did it show you, Agent Barton?
  • Clint: Well—
  • Steve: *(from other table)* Look, Loki, you cannot just cheat like this. This pub quiz needs to be won fair and square.
  • Thor: *(drunkenly sloshing mead everywhere)* DOTH MY BROTHER CHEAT AFTER I AM FINALLY IN A GAMING MOOD?
  • Loki: *(rolls eyes)*
  • Natasha: I recalibrated the cube before we even got here. It's been giving him the wrong answers all night.
  • Loki: WHAT?!
  • Bruce: Wh—
  • Hulk: —AT?!
  • Tony: Told you to be on our team, Banner.
  • Steve: Shut up, Stark!
  • Tony: *(pings blueberries at Steve)*