the Voltron fandom on the real needs a reminder that the endgame in 90% of television shows is not ship-centric and never will be. Especially in animation, as Lauren and Joaquim said, things are planned out, animated, voiced, edited, etc. WAY before they’re even released. They’re completely valid in saying there’s no way they can go back and edit or change the way the story goes to accommodate the popular views of fans. In fact, it’d be worse if they did? And in the end, the enemies-to-friends trope has been around forever and there’s nothing wrong with it. What’s so bad about them having a strong bond, even if it isn’t romantic?
Can everyone maybe relax for once and just let the story unfold like normal fans instead of losing their goddamn minds that their fictional ship may not be canon when Voltron has never been centered around romance anyway so thinking that it was going to be canon in the first place is the fandom’s problem, not the creators?
katie mcgrath/supercorp fans, we need to have a tiny chat.
i’m assuming (hoping, mostly) that the majority of fans that are doing this are young, but yall really need to cool it a bit with trying to speculate and dig into katie’s personal life. she is obviously a very private person, if her lack of social media, and her stating as such in interviews is anything to go by. and apart from that, it’s just… incredibly rude? and weird. and a boundary that needs not to be pushed. (this goes for all actors/musicians/etc. fyi, holy shit! it’s not a new concept.)
like, it’s great that more people are becoming fans of hers! but ho boy, some of the stuff yall are saying and doing just isn’t cool. just, relax a little. leave her personal life alone. it’s not that hard.
also, this isn’t actually a problem like digging into her personal life is, but can yall just cool it with the kashy mcgra thing? it’s how her name is pronounced. just, relax.