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Some asshole: Why is Robert in every marvel movie? I hate him.

Robert:

Originally posted by keepcalmandcallnico

Cobie:

Originally posted by dailycobie

Chris:

Originally posted by mockingbbird

Chris again:

Originally posted by mockingbbird

Stan Lee:

Originally posted by avengerdowney

Sebastian:

Originally posted by chrishemswortth

Sebastian again:

Originally posted by coporolight

Anthony AND Sebastian (again):

Originally posted by buckys

Tom:

Originally posted by adamisstillinhellthankstoyou


Mark, Scarlett, Chris, Chris AND Jeremy:

Originally posted by palomamoran-blog

SO NOBODY CARES THAT YOU DONT LIKE HIM.

NOBODY CARES THAT YOU HAVE ANOTHER FAVE.

BECAUSE LET ME TELL YOU: YOUR FAVE LOVES ROBERT ALL THE WAY.

  • Tony: is the equipment secure?
  • Peter: check.
  • Tony: web fluid loaded?
  • Peter: check.
  • Tony: did you have breakfast?
  • Peter: what? that's not on the checklist.
  • Tony: i added it because i care about you.
  • Peter: no, i didn't have breakfast
  • Tony: unacceptable. look in your backpack.
  • Peter, pulling out breakfast bar: hey, there's chocolate chips in this!
  • Tony: yeah, i'm not an idiot. i know how to trick my son into eating his fiber
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Disney has this new technology where they work with motion capture, body doubles, CGI, and practical effects to make ‘older’ actors appear in their youth. Previously there was Jeff Bridges on Tron: Legacy which was entirely CGI and looked cartoonish. RDJ’s in Captain America: Civil War was the best, looking seamlessly like a younger him. Carrie Fisher’s cameo in Rogue One was such a reveal it because while many should’ve seen it coming because it was visually her it blew us away. Johnny’s was easily the highlight of the film as it was a fuller scene and it’s importance was so enticing for its own story. Needless to say this tech is at the forefront of Hollywood legends’ appeal and I can’t wait to see who jumps in Disney’s time machine next.