“oh mi god, Spider-Man Homecoming is just Iron Man 4, I’m so-“

Shut up. Tony Stark is the one character who actually fits as a supporting character for a Spider-Man movie. And not because the other big Avenger is now a fugitive. Peter’s motivations have always been about guilt. And no other character in the MCU gets that more than Tony Stark. Peter and Tony work as a great teacher/student and father/son dynamic. It’s been set up in Civil War that Tony cares about Peter and he wants to help Peter in his life of crime fighting. And Peter clearly looks up to Tony and wants to impress him however he can. Tony is literally the only character in the MCU that would work as a supporting character for a Spider-Man movie at this point. It also has the added bonus of emphasizing Peter as a small guy in a big world that he isn’t quite ready for.

Shut. Up.

“The theater company has already sold out of both women-only screenings and told Mashable it is planning to bring the idea to other locations. “That providing an experience where women truly reign supreme has incurred the wrath of trolls only serves to deepen our belief that we’re doing something right,” creative manager Morgan Hendrix told the publication.”

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Wonder Woman; 7 days

Spider-Man: Homecoming; 42 days

Thor: Ragnarok; 160 days

Justice League; 175 days

Black Panther; 266 days

New Mutants; 322 days

Avengers: Infinity War; 343 days

Deadpool 2; 371 days

Ant-Man and the Wasp; 406 days

Venom; 497 days

X-Men: Dark Phoenix; 525 days

Aquaman; 574 days

Untitled Fox/Marvel movie; 629 days

Captain Marvel; 651 days

Shazam; 679 days

Untitled Avengers movie; 707 days

Justice League 2; 749 days

Untitled Spider-Man sequel; 769 days

Untitled DC movie; 889 days

Cyborg; 1043 days

Untitled Marvel movie; 1071 days

Green Lantern Corps; 1155 days

Untitled Marvel movie; 1169 days

Untitled Marvel movie; 1260 days

i used to commend this show for the fact that you couldn’t tell who the main characters are, but this. 

man i wonder who our major characters are in this screenshot full of generic, brown-haired people

anonymous asked:

Reiji and Ruki, any opinions on Edgar Allan Poe?

Reiji: I have heard of that human before, and I did catch a glimpse of him before during my visit to the States. That was long ago before Father sent us to the Sakamaki mansion near Japan. Some of his works appeal to me, though I am not a major fan of his. I prefer philosophical writers such as Socrates, not ones of poetry.

Ruki: Edgar Allen Poe? I’ve read some of his works before. Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque happens to be a favorite of mine. I even have a copy of it in my room. I find that I can relate myself to him. After all, we both lived in tragic human lives. I wonder…would that man turn Edgar Allen Poe into a vampire too if they had ever met?


My lovely sister got married on the 23rd to a wonderful man that I couldn’t be happier to call my brother-in-law!! So a group of us went to Vegas to see the beautiful ceremony and we all couldn’t be happier!!

finn: finds the strength to escape from the people who manipulated and abused him since his childhood, immediately befriends both rey and poe and shows selfless concern for rey’s wellbeing on multiple occasions, begs rey to run away with him after knowing her for a day or less, runs across a battlefield to try and save rey from being captured by his abusers, runs to embrace poe upon discovering he’s alive, lies his way on to starkiller base (returning to the people who manipulated and abused him since his childhood) to rescue rey, gives rey his jacket to keep her from being too cold, plants himself between rey and kylo ren to protect her despite having no training with a lightsaber and knowing he could be killed