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  1. Wynterwolf

    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    From here: So... it sounds like they're basically doing what Cap 3 could have been, just without Steve/CE (what it should have been without shoehorning Tony and the Accords bullshit into it). It will probably be quite a few more years before I can watch this, but I'll be interested to see the gif sets that come out of it. And I'm sure there will be much fodder for fic writers to incorporate Steve, and I'll look forward to that too.
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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    I was entranced by him back on The 4400, he was so head and shoulders above everyone else to me... but Hollywood is a weird place, so you never know when someone is going to be in the right place at the right time, and with the right availability. I am utterly thrilled by this!
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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    Mahershala Ali as Blade? WOOOOOOW!!! I will be there for this!!
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    Avengers: Endgame (2019)

    Here is Chris with the dog: And the is Chris basically struggling to find a way to answer the question he asked the Russos: Oh, I wish I could... and Thor's character fared the best out of all of them, but I just can't get past how he was treated by his 'friends and family'. 🙁
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    Avengers: Endgame (2019)

    I have a hard time too!! In Seattle, he actually jumped off the stage to pet a dog, practically burying his face in it's fur, during the Q&A.
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    Avengers: Endgame (2019)

    Also, just fyi... my reference to Chris' question (they played a video of him asking the question) about Steve after the dance was from the SDCC panel yesterday. And I think his comment about 'no stone unturned' was from the ACE comic con in Seattle, where he struggled mightily during the fan Q&A, but didn't really say much.
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    Avengers: Endgame (2019)

    Honestly, with how ineptly this has all been handled... even if they do eventually do something that 'fixes' it, I still think they just... didn't think beyond the surface idea of Steve and Peggy living 'happily ever after'. The ramifications just didn't occur to them. Chris has kinda implied that there's more to it (by his 'they don't leave any stone unturned comment'), but I still think they're just winging it.
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    Avengers: Endgame (2019)

    AHAHAHAHAHAHA!! I think they just wanted to remind us that it could have been oh so much worse. But honestly, after the FFH end credit scene, I am absolutely convinced that Old!Steve was a Skrull now. And after Chris Evans' question about 'what did Steve do after his dance with Peggy', I'm convinced that Chris chooses to believe Steve is still out there doing 'something' that Bucky knows about, but just can't help him with right now, but that Steve has every intention to come back and not as an old dude on a bench. I've also come to the conclusion that Captain America: The Winter Soldier was a beautiful and extraordinary movie, and also a complete fluke.
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    Cats (2019)

    HA!! OMG that's perfect:
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    Cats (2019)

    I am weirdly entranced and repulsed at the same time. I think my brain is broken.
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    Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

    Or out of fear. Fear has basically been his driving force from the beginning. It doesn't allow you to make good decisions, it just creates drama others have to pay the consequences for and try to fix. Tony is literally the poster child for this.
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    Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017)

    Yeah, after re-watching TFA and TLJ, it felt very much like Ben being manipulated from a very young age and being seduced into a cult (back in the 1980's, stories about reclaiming kids from cults was a big thing). That doesn't mitigate the horrors that he committed, but I think it does shed light on the mechanism of his motivation and does open the door for him to have an epiphany that what he worshiped and believed were carefully constructed lies.
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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    You know, this makes the correlation to that Twilight Zone ep (The Miniature) almost exact now... Steve did put himself in a fake playhouse with his imaginary lady to commit suicide.
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    Knives Out (2019)

    Don Johnson's character has a different last name, so it seems like he might have married into the family? Or be a family friend? While CE's character has the same last name as his grandfather. Chris Evans - Ransom Thrombrey Don Johnson - Morris Robinson Here are the 'influences' there were listed for the film **rubs hand together with gleeeee!!**:
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    Knives Out (2019)

    Not too early!!! OMG I LOOOOOVED that trailer!!!!! I am so excited for this, it looks hilarious and bitingly sarcastic in equal measure!
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