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Toronto Film Festival Lineup announced

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS:

Before We Go 

Chris Evans, USA World Premiere 
Set in Manhattan, the story follows two strangers after their serendipitous meeting in Grand Central. Over the course of one night, they form an unlikely bond and the conflicts in their own lives become the basis for exploration into each other and themselves. Starring Chris Evans and Alice Eve.

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Duty Officer Dominic Young took a quick picture of Frank Irving and Jenny Mills in the bullpen on the day that they met. One day down the road, he thinks they’ll thank him for capturing the moment… well, that or they’ll shoot him. 

#i love the parallelism here #jenny is a little scruffy in her old military/survivalist gear while irving is clean cut in his suit #but they’re not really opposites - they believe in justice and defending it and the people who may be overlooked for the ‘greater good’ #different means but the same end (via calamityeggplant)
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new ambition: style my pixiecut like karen’s

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oswalled:

MCU MEME — [1/8] eight characters » Peggy Carter

"Gentlemen, I’m Agent Carter. I supervise all operations for this division."

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Reunited…and it feels so good! #Wienermobile #holdonweregoinhome

ohsebastianstan:

Reunited…and it feels so good! #Wienermobile #holdonweregoinhome

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I don’t want to go so far as to say that only a white writer would think to have Sam Wilson become Captain America, because that’s not the case. I do, however, think that only a writer who isn’t trying hard enough would come up with that already-been-done story. More important, I think only a writer caught up in existing racial ideologies would think it is a good idea that a black man assumes the identity of a white man, as if that is the pinnacle of identity.

Let me be clear, so there is no misunderstanding, any writer working in comics could have come up with the idea of Falcon taking over for Captain America. It is a no-brainer. What is troubling to me—and is something that I’ve talked about before—is that in his forty-plus year history, Falcon has no truly defining story. Even the best Falcon stories are either mediocre or forgettable, and now, after all this time, the character gets to do something memorable by taking over the job of a white guy. This is the real reason why Marvel’s Diversity & Representation 2014 initiative is such a joke. It is all superficial (not to mention temporary), and it only perpetuates the notion that in order for people of color and women to achieve greatness, they must literally fill the shoes of a white man. Gimme a break.
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If you can’t like Captain America anymore because he’s black, there’s a word for that.

Dean Trippe (via t1mco)

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apocalypticute:

nonaraptor:

westerlies:

i get mras and mrsa confused

one’s a virulent plague upon the vulnerable members of society which is hard to treat and even harder to eradicate

the other one’s methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus

MISANDRY AND SCIENCE 

COMING TOGETHER

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