The movie is about…as he struggles to find an identity in the modern world, his old life is slipping away - is hanging on by a thread. Peggy doesn’t remember him… and she’ll be dead soon. She’s the last remnant of his past. And Sam happens to find his way into his life, so now he’s slowly meeting a new friend, he’s gaining a trust with Widow…so the movie is about a journey for him as he finds new elements in the modern world to emotionally attach himself to. The cruel twist is that, the Winter Soldier shows up…and it’s like the past punching him in the face.” — Joe Russo [x]

no but, what I’d like to know is what happens to Oliver and Felicity on/after their date that she goes on a date with Barry in ep 4? They seem happy in the promos and what? 3 episodes later.. nope sorry got another boy in central city…

 obviously as seen in the trailer something happens to Felicity during their date and my bet is Oliver blames himself that the minute he allows himself some happiness, the minute he gets his guard down, someone who he cares about gets hurt, so he pushes her away “Because of the life that he leads, he thinks it’s better to not be with someone that he could really care about.” 

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Natalie Dormer and Katie McGrath do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (x)

supernaturalwanderlust:

is this how he does it with women

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he grabs their shoulders, doesn’t he

barbitone:

Trying to figure out that arm, still. The plating’s a bit off but at least the elbow issue has been solved!
Sketches are from the concept art as well as stills from the movie (p.s. I wouldn’t recommend using the production photos as references as they haven’t been CGI’d yet and aren’t accurate)

barbitone:

Trying to figure out that arm, still. The plating’s a bit off but at least the elbow issue has been solved!

Sketches are from the concept art as well as stills from the movie (p.s. I wouldn’t recommend using the production photos as references as they haven’t been CGI’d yet and aren’t accurate)

[HQ] New Mockingjay: Part 1 Rebel posters via Wired