meretricula:

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americachavez:

marvel give me a short about sharon’s undercover time as a nurse/steve’s neighbor and that one time she had to fight off ninjas from steve’s apartment while he was like, making dinner and sitting alone reading obama’s biography

racepointpublishing:

The Quarry Spoon team is at it again, baking from the ‘World Class Cakes’ title. This time, they’re whipping up Blueberry Maids of Honor.

racepointpublishing:

The Quarry Spoon team is at it again, baking from the ‘World Class Cakes’ title. This time, they’re whipping up Blueberry Maids of Honor.

actualmenacebuckybarnes:

magpieandwhale:

Fun fact! The indignant English bartender in this scene is the same actor who played tiny Steve.

Fun fact! After seeing Steve gazing longingly at Peggy, Bucky waited for Steve to leave his side then prepositioned the indignant English bartender for a night of angst-ridden lookalike sex.

actualmenacebuckybarnes:

magpieandwhale:

Fun fact! The indignant English bartender in this scene is the same actor who played tiny Steve.

Fun fact! After seeing Steve gazing longingly at Peggy, Bucky waited for Steve to leave his side then prepositioned the indignant English bartender for a night of angst-ridden lookalike sex.


"I have a bit of an obsession with the 1950’s and all those actors from Montgomery Clift to James Dean and Anthony Perkins. Just that whole era of Tennessee Williams to Elia Kazan. The whole idea of New York and the whole thing becomes kind of romantic in your head."

"I have a bit of an obsession with the 1950’s and all those actors from Montgomery Clift to James Dean and Anthony Perkins. Just that whole era of Tennessee Williams to Elia Kazan. The whole idea of New York and the whole thing becomes kind of romantic in your head."

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riverrory:

I want to get married, though I want children. To me that’s the ultimate thing. When you’re old and on your death bed, looking back at your life it’s not going to be the films you’ve made or what you’ve accomplished, it’s the relationships you have. You’re survived by things that matter: the people you love and those who love you back.