zayndehaan:

marvel movies that need to be made, stat.

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nubbsgalore:

photos by colin cameron from his home in the isle of lewis, in the outer hebrides. the island is home to the callanish standing stones, seen in several of the photos, which were erected about five thousand years ago.

eyeson-sebastianstan:

"Captain America 2" may have been eclipsed by another Marvel movie "Guardians of the Galaxy" as the year’s biggest domestic hit, but the Captain America sequel’s performace at the box office cannot be easily dismissed either. With its record at the box office, expectations for "Captain America 3" is very high and it is surely putting some pressure to Marvel and its cast.

According to recent news from Collider, “Captain America 3” is set to start filming next April in Atlanta. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo will again direct the third film. It has also been confirmed from the directors that the next movie will explore more about the convoluted relationship between Steve Rogers (Capt. America) and Bucky Barnes (Winter Soldier); as well as addressing the identity issues of Bucky.

Red Skull is also hinted to make a return, as the directors said that anything is possible within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Fans can also expect a greater villain in the third film.
Aside from Chris Evans and Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie (Falcon), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), and Jeremy Renner (Hawk Eye) may also be back for “Captain America 3.”

But are fans ready to accept that Captain America could come to a natural end with “Captain America 3?” That is something co-director Anthony Russo commented in an interview with MTV News.

The film is slated for May 6, 2016 release.

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nathanedmondson:

From the solicit: “The creative team celebrates the first FULL YEAR of their astonishing unbroken run!” Well Cheers to that, Mr. Noto, and ye readers.

Black Widow 13

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blakealexanderdowning:

A big unicorn and a little one.  Fairly simple painting I made so that I can experiment with using both gouache and watercolor alongside each other. 

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anniilaugh:

spookysharkbae:

jakface-stuff:

k-eke:

The new season is about gymnastic and rap battles, I’m so hyped !

THE LAST ONE I AM DYING

THIS NEEDS MUSIC

Someone give this artist a medal!

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“Schienenersatzverkehr”

~ German one-word horror story (via germannn)

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thehomosexuals:

Okay but Never Gonna Give You Up (better known as Rickroll) is actually a really really horrible song for many reasons, which I will better explain under the cut. 

Brace yourselves, this is pretty long.

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mightyflower:

to quote hamlet act III scene iii line 92, “no”

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jaclcfrost:

someonemayhavejust:

jaclcfrost:

sugar, we’re goin down [presses elevator button for a lower floor]

SWINGIN [ELEVATOR CABLE SNAPS]

this is

more than i bargained for

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Unlikely simultaneous historical events

karatam:

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quantumblog:

jkottke:

A poster on Reddit asks: What are two events that took place in the same time in history but don’t seem like they would have?

Spain was still a fascist dictatorship when Microsoft was founded.

There were no classes in calculus in Harvard’s curriculum for the first few years because calculus hadn’t been discovered yet.

Two empires [Roman & Ottoman] spanned the entire gap from Jesus to Babe Ruth.

When the pyramids were being built, there were still woolly mammoths.

The last use of the guillotine was in France the same year Star Wars came out.

Oxford University was over 300 years old when the Aztec Empire was founded.

When pilgrims were landing on Plymouth Rock, you could already visit what is now Santa Fe, New Mexico to stay at a hotel, eat at a restaurant and buy Native American silver.

The first wagon train of the Oregon Trail heads out the same year the fax machine is invented.

Nintendo was formed the same year Van Gogh painted Starry Night.

Cleopatra (the last Pharaoh of Egypt) lived closer to the moon landings than she did to the building of the Pyramids of Giza.

When Kublai Khan became the Mongol Emperor, the first humans were setting foot on New Zealand.

The world’s oldest living tree was already 1,000 years old when the Wooly Mammoths died out.

The steam-powered train was invented before the bicycle as we know it. (And bicycles only predate airplanes by 30 years)

Betty White is older than sliced bread.

Guns (or handcannons/fire-lances) had been in use in China for about 200 years when the English defeated the French at Crécy in 1346 through the novel use of the longbow.

The lives of Confucius, Socrates and Buddha all occurred around the same time. Buddha is thought to have died in 483 BC, Confucius died in 479 BC, and Socrates was born in 469 BC (a span of just 14 years)

Mauritania became the last country to ban slavery, over 5 years after the launch of the iPod.

During World War II, there were still many living former slaves in the US.

The Native Americans had a city, Cahokia, that was as populated as London or Paris in its peak during the 13th century. It remained the largest ever city in the United States until the 1740’s. It was completely abandoned by the time a white man saw it.

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