As if anyone could really forget the most quoted line in “The Avengers” — “I’ve got red in my ledger; I’d like to wipe it out” — it helps to have that line fresh in your mind when deconstructing what Widow does in the final act of what’s billed as a Captain America movie. Black Widow doesn’t wipe out the red in her ledger. No, she blasts her ledger out to the world, like it was the grisliest email forward of all time. We know from her heart to heart with Hawkeye that the shame she feels about what she’s done is real, and she hesitates when she realizes that taking down the bad guys means revealing her secrets. But she does it anyway, because she’s not just a spy anymore; she’s a super hero, and she makes a super hero’s sacrifice. (x)

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elephantstheyneverforget:

asexualderekhale:

starbucksenterprise:

"omfg is that a next generation top? so you think picard is better than kirk? wow loser kirk is way better!"

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"what, really? you like the reboot? you’re not a trUE fan omfg i bet you’ve never even seen the original series!?!!!?!?"

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i think my favorite thing about this is that the light fixture looks like a tiny crown

I’ve been trying to out figure out what the hell was on his head

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annabellioncourt:

nbchannibal:

It is indeed.

LOOK AT THE POSTER IN TEH BACKGROUND THOUGH

annabellioncourt:

nbchannibal:

It is indeed.

LOOK AT THE POSTER IN TEH BACKGROUND THOUGH

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rougeshome:

INHUMAN SCREECHING

rougeshome:

INHUMAN SCREECHING

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Sam can’t find him because he doesn’t want to be found. Because [Dean is] having fun and he knows that if Sam finds him, he’s going to do his best to reverse the demon in him. But he’s like, “I’ve got the golden ticket.” This might be a little heavy, but it made me think about heroin addicts. To them, they found the magic key. They found the recipe to happiness. People are like, “You can’t do this. This is going to ruin your life,” and they’re like, “Screw you! This makes me feel amazing. I’m going to do this. You’re the one that’s an idiot. This is the best stuff ever.” And… everyone else is watching this steady decline of this person. That’s kind of demon Dean.

- Jensen Ackles [x] (via deanisanactualprincess)

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elysean:

Broken moon of what?
I KNOW, I KNOW.

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woobiesftw:

"You changed me"

billykaploser:

tumblr is currently a place for people not at comic-con to sit and wait for pictures of comic-con to be posted. then cry about how we are not at comic-con.  

Every damn year.

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shidknee:

omg!

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dimma-dont:

when you accidently read a spoiler

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alovetocrossoceansfor:

the first one is just so ridiculously adorable

I have shipped this since before the ship was built. SHIP SHIP SHIP (on and off screen!!!) I’m with JK on this one.

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multidjc:

jedisonic-x:

This was probably the greatest thing I’ve seen all day!!!

Ladies and gentlemen, my new favorite gif.

multidjc:

jedisonic-x:

This was probably the greatest thing I’ve seen all day!!!

Ladies and gentlemen, my new favorite gif.

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Supernatural Season 10 - HUGE Spoilers ahead - Jared Padalecki Interview

clairvoyantsam:

TV Fanatic: At the start of the news season, are we seeing a different Sam? In some ways we’re finding him in a different place we haven’t seen him before, which is pretty good for season 10.

Jared Padalecki: Dean is certainly the more different of the two but Sam’s almost different in that he’s not finally soulless or angel, so we get to see the Sam that the fans love and that I love. The Sam that wants to find his brother.

So, we start out a couple months after the finale. Sam went back to the room and Dean, his dead brother who was in the room in a locked bunker, was gone. Since Sam didn’t see the episode he didn’t realize that Crowley took him. So Sam is now like ‘what the f**k? I’ve got to find my brother! What just happened?’ He is the Sam I love, which is the Sam on the hunt to find his brother. He knows something’s wrong. He has his suspicions. That’s the Sam we start out.

TVF: Do you think it’s taking us back to the demon hunter element of the show?

JP: Absolutely. That is a big part of it. It’s almost a reset or a restart. It’s not a complete restart because dealing with a demon brother but we do see them kind of go back to what they set out to do, which is nice. I love that our writers and our fandom have such a great symbiotic relationship where the writers are able to recreate and restart and the fans allow the writers and the actors and forgive and remain loyal and committed. They say, “Cool, guys. If you all are going to go back to where we were, great. Let’s see where this road takes us.”

TVF: I’m guessing Sam and Dean are going to be apart for a while…?

JP: They’re going to be apart for more than a few episodes. Then I think we’ll also see…because episode one starts a couple months after the finale, I imagine we’ll have some flashbacks, which I really like. I loved it with Soulless Sam, we flashed back to him in the bars or whenever. I love telling stories that way. That’s something that I always privately felt we didn’t do enough of in the first four or five seasons. I felt we were great in the moment and creating the show.

What I love about books is books can refer to somebody’s past or they can refer to somebody’s emotions or memories. It’s difficult for a TV show or movie to do that outside of literally going back and showing something happened that forces this guy to have this memory or this feeling or this hurt in the past. I think we’re going to see some flashbacks explaining more, even if the boys get together in episode three or four or five or whenever they do it. I think we’ll still see bits and pieces of what happened to Dean and what happened to Sam. I know we see some flashbacks in episode three of Sam.

TVF: Because you shot three first. [Ackles directed the third episode]

JP: Yeah.

TVF: Who is Sam leaning on? If Dean is not there, is he leaning on anybody or is he a solo man?

JP: He doesn’t have anybody to lean on. He’s sort of a lone wolf. Let’s put it this way, he doesn’t have anybody to be his crutch so he’s sort of leaning on everybody. He’s asking help from Cas, though Cas is a wounded angel. He asks for help from other hunters who we don’t know really well yet but I imagine we’ll come to know. He’s reaching out to the men of letters bunker library. He’s reaching out all over the place but he’s unfortunately running into a lot of dead ends.

TVF: In some ways, Sam’s going to have an opportunity to save Dean much in the way Dean has saved Sam several times throughout the course of the series. Did Sam learn from any of those past experiences that will help him save Dean?

JP: Yes. Also, the end of season eight, that’s going to come into play because that’s also very crucial because Dean’s a demon and demonless Dean is dead Dean. So Sam has to find out if I expel the demon am I just re-killing my brother? Am I back to where I was? But he doesn’t want his brother to remain a demon so he has to rely on some things where he’s already been with Crowley and he also has to try to find some new stuff as well so it’s neat because Sam is going to rely on his experience but also search for a different method because obviously that’s not going to cut it.

TVF: You said Sam and Dean will be apart for a while, will Sam see Crowley at all? Is Crowley lurking around?

JP: Sam will be in touch with Crowley, much to Sam’s chagrin. Sam is after Crowley. Sam is made aware of how Dean got away and what he assumes Crowley did and why. Crowley is shit list number one, so to speak.

TVF: Does it take Sam a while to figure out that Crowley is responsible for what happened with Dean?

JP: It takes a few episodes to figure it out but then once he knows he’s furious.

TVF: You and Jensen are clearly so enthusiastic about the new season. Two or three seasons ago if somebody said you guys are going to be more excited about season 10 than you are now, would you have believed them?

JP: I probably would have called bullshit. Admittedly, season seven was the leviathan season, I guess it’s on the record but that one was a tough one for me. That one I was afraid we were going down a path that we were going to stick ourselves in and not be able to get back, which would have been fine. I mean if the show had gone seven wonderful seasons, awesome. I was hoping for more and we got more.

Carver was able to back us out of that corner and put us on a new set of open roads in a wonderful way. I think as soon as I read the opening of season eight, especially getting into season eight I was like “we’ve got new legs.” This is a whole set of new legs. We can go for eight more seasons if they so wish. I’m thrilled professionally, I’m thrilled personally.

I’m thrilled with what social media and what Netflix and iTunes and AppleTV have done for our show and for new fans. I love, also, meeting new fans and I love seeing original fans. Some are like “I’ve been there since season one.” It’s cool, you know what I mean? I don’t want to be hipster like I knew about this before you did but there’s a special place in my heart and there always will be for those that helped us get to where we can have new fans in season 10. I mean this is a symbiosis. This is a family. The original fans made it so that we could have new fans.

TVF: Relationships are always hard for Sam and Dean, whether it’s how the fans react to them or just the fact that what these guys do. Would you like to see a relationship at least sustain itself for a whole season? Or does that just not really have a place in the show?

JP: If you’d have asked me this a while ago I would have said yes, but knowing the show how I know the show now and knowing the character as another character now, I don’t think there should be a relationship. I don’t think there should. Just in the same reason I don’t think Sam and Dean should be alive at the end of the series unless we do a movie or something.

But I feel like Sam and Dean are Sam and Dean because Sam and Dean keep on keeping on and do whatever they can to make the world a better place and don’t really allow for distractions. Is it interesting to see Sam in a relationship or Dean in a relationship? Sure. I mean I’d love to read a fan fiction book about it or something but when the show is done.

In the meantime, I think Sam and Dean have a different purpose and I feel like they know their purpose. Sam in season one and even two and three with Ruby, which worked out, I guess, for me, he either was in denial about his purpose or he truly didn’t yet know but I feel like now these guys know. They’re like no bullshit, I know why I’m here and I can’t avoid anymore. I can’t just keep denying what’s right in front of me.

TVF: It’s like accepting your destiny or something.

JP: Exactly. I think their destiny has been made abundantly clear to them, so if they don’t accept it then it’s their own damn fault.

Supernatural returns for Season 10 with a retrospective special on October 6 and the season premiere airs on October 7on The CW.

(x)

Wow. I guess what’s most interesting to me is that I really disagree with Jared Padalecki on what is awesome and what is not. :-\ But that is ok. I’m down with that.

Some thoughts:

TVF:I’m guessing Sam and Dean are going to be apart for a while…?

JP:They’re going to be apart for more than a few episodes.

Ouch ouch ouch. Dislike. Greatly

Sam is going to rely on his experience but also search for a different method because obviously that’s not going to cut it.

I worry about introducing MOAR NEW MYTHOLOGY into the show when the last two seasons’ worth (knights of hell, mark of cain, men of letters, reapers are angels?, stolen grace, heaven’s locked but it’s not, metatron, healing a demon, etc) still hasn’t been developed well. It was all so rushed. So why not have MORE?? :-\

I think we’re going to see some flashbacks explaining more, even if the boys get together in episode three or four or five or whenever they do it. I think we’ll still see bits and pieces of what happened to Dean and what happened to Sam. I know we see some flashbacks in episode three of Sam.

Yay. I’m excited for that! Flashbacks are super fun and I’m glad we’ll get a clearer picture of how stuff went down offscreen. (though I thought seasons 1-5 had a MILLION flashbacks. I wonder what Jared is thinking, saying that there weren’t any. I mean, how many young versions of Dean and Sam did they cast for said flashbacks? Several…)

I find it interesting that Jared didn’t like season 7. Granted, it was definitely SILLIER than usual, but after re-watching that season (post season 8 and 9) I’ve decided that I LOVE season 7. The boys are together, there’s nothing inherently wrong with either of them (no demon, no angel, everyone’s got a soul) and they got to WORK. It was awesome. The arc was so much tighter, even though the subject matter was super silly. That said, I didn’t mind all the funny from that season either. Just saying. :)

In the meantime, I think Sam and Dean have a different purpose and I feel like they know their purpose. Sam in season one and even two and three with Ruby, which worked out, I guess, for me, he either was in denial about his purpose or he truly didn’t yet know but I feel like now these guys know. They’re like no bullshit, I know why I’m here and I can’t avoid anymore. I can’t just keep denying what’s right in front of me.

See, and I feel exactly the opposite about this last season or two. The ‘Saving People, Hunting Things’ has been really back burner lately (except for a few weakish episodes here and there). Last season seemed to be about fighting other people’s battles (Crowley) and getting revenge (Metatron). The “I’m here to help people and make things better’ purpose is ‘in the wind’ as they’d say. So I’m REALLY not sure what Jared is referring to there when he says he feels like the guys know their purpose/goal. I wish WE knew it. :-\

That said, I don’t want to be attacked by some whiny blogger and their lame graphic that says “This blogger supports the SPN writers and crew for season 10 blah blah blah.” Of course I’ll be watching. I love the show and I love the folks involved. I just want it to be GOOD and make some SENSE. I really really hope it does both.

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