I did it. I finally did it. and so let me introduce my favorite character on DW EVER, yes Clara, it’s you. For the first time I saw her I thought she barely could replace Rose, or even Amy (although I don’t like her as much) or basically any other companion.I was obviously judging her just by her appearance and with some sort of personal prejudice BUT LISTEN I FELL IN LOVE IN 30 SECONDS. it was that episode with Daleks, where she was just walking around and it was just freaking 30 seconds and I knew she was gonna be amazing.
P.s. Wasn’t her dress made of stars? (no way it wasn’t)
steve and tony getting vision to drop the hammer into an elevator, and as it goes up they start cheering sarcastically like “yay! the elevator is worthy”- “thank god I was worried for a minute there” and give thor Pointed Looks
pepper and jane arguing over whose man is more annoying- “ok but tony is worse”
steve’s new apartment in brooklyn. invites avengers over for housewarming dinner. parallel to shawarma scene except in steve’s unfurnished kitchen.
wanda + clint at pietro’s grave
hey remember “the most versatile substance on the planet and they used it to make a Frisbee” so what if nat and clint take that as inspiration and are trying to play frisbee with the shield
and thor is like “no you guys, it’s obviously meant for baseball” and swings the hammer at it
steve’s training sam & new team. he takes a punch- “ah, shit” - “LANGUAGE!” the whole team yells. steve glares at nat- “youhad to tell all of them too”
empty room. silent. natasha alone with the hammer. she reaches down to pick it up; it creaks and she lets go instantly. pause, glances around. bends down again and- cut to black.
entire team sans clint standing silently at the checkout in a store, clustered behind an overflowing cart of baby gifts.
❞ It seems so harsh these days, especially with the anonymity of the Internet. Everything strays so negative so quickly. I look at my Twitter feed sometimes, and there’s just people tearing apart other performers. It seems so counterproductive to what we’re all trying to do. I don’t know. I rarely see people celebrating other people. So that’s disheartening. But it’s everywhere. It’s in everything. It’s so much easier to complain about something than celebrate it. I’ve kind of taken a vow — if I don’t have anything nice to say, I’m not going to tweet about it at all. I can save my opinions. Everybody’s entitled to their opinions, but I don’t understand why we have to saturate social media with all the negative stuff.“