Bucky, erm, the only Avenger that is doing totally fine with being a snap victim?
‘We have difficult news for you, Mr Barnes. You went into hibernation mode and are now stuck five years in the future. In a new world. Different from the one you knew. Things have changed. People around you have changed. It will be difficult to adjust. I know, but with therapy and proper counselling and… ’
Bucky: ‘Nah, I’m cool. This happens to me all the time.’
When he found out about Steve and Bucky saying goodbye, he suggested that there should be more said, but the Russo’s believed that they would have already had that conversation.
He’s happy that Sam got the shield as he is a much more trustworthy character (he’s not sure we’ve seen enough of Bucky’s evolution mentally so far to trust him with that kind of responsibility).
He said that by giving Sam the shield, Steve set Bucky free - both of them have been feeling responsible for so much for so long, Steve wouldn’t want to place any more on Bucky - “Steve and Bucky are finally free now”.
Someone asked how Bucky felt when Steve went back in time to live with Peggy: “The internet, the internet, the internet… Look, I mean, he was happy for him, obviously. The man has thought about this woman for a really long time so, in my opinion, he was happy.”
He said that if Bucky went to space, he’d bring Groot as he’d let Bucky talk.
Tom Holland sent in a fan question about working together on The Devil All The Time and Sebastian said that chasing Tom around with a shotgun was probably the highlight of his career.
“See you tomorrow, y/n. And don’t forget the back door,”
your co-worker yelled as she walked out of the door. Her shift ended early
today, while you still had an hour left and it was your turn to close down
You worked at the local pub. It was a quiet, cozy space and
given it was quite a small town – not that many people visited. And those who
did, were all just overworked, tired people who just needed a pint of beer or
Guinness before going home to their boring lives.
You quickly glanced at the clock and it read 10:05 p.m.
“there are definitely days where, like everyone, you know, you wake up and you go, what the hell am i doing, and why am i even doing this for, and i don’t want to get out of bed, and i don’t want to talk to anyone. i mean it’s just normal to have that. and the best thing that i try and do is, now that i’ve gotten a little bit older, i just try to have a little bit more compassion for myself on those days, you know, i go ok, well, it’s just a day in your life. it doesn’t necessarily mean that my whole week is going to be that way, i don’t have to live my whole week that way. so today, i’m just going to be how i’m going to feel, and that’s going to be ok. and then you move past that. sometimes we just have to allow ourselves to feel the things that we’re feeling, and not try to fix everything.”