Part of what made your Captain America run great, and the Winter Soldier reveal itself so great, was the focus on secrets. It wasn’t just a secret of who the Winter Soldier was; the more important mysteries were how the Winter Soldier came to be. And with film, it’s easy to look at the cast list and find reveals of who is who. Do you think the suspense and backstory have more weight than simple reveals?

Ed Brubaker: I think so, if they’re good, yeah. The thing about the movie is, it works because it’s not about keeping Winter Soldier’s secret from the audience, it’s about keeping it secret from Steve Rogers. So they get to have it both ways. And it’s also not the most important thing in the movie, so there’s lots of other misdirections and shocks around it. It’s just the thing that gets to the heart of Cap.

The Atlantic



you-define-beauty replied to your post “Penn is on twitter! @pennbadgley”

fucking chuckistans…

LMAO!! There are various groups of crazies in the fandom, let’s hope they’ll all stay the fuck away.

Anonymous asked:
Penn is on twitter! @pennbadgley


I just got home and followed him. Now I just hope nobody (you-know-who) will be annoying him and scaring him away.



I’m suddenly struck with how if you remove the subtitles this just looks like a vintage anonymous hookup in a gay bar

with the subtitles it looks like a vintage hookup in a gay bar


Adam Ruzek & Kim Burgess
Chicago P.D. ~ “A Material Witness” II

Show: "good always wins"
Neal: *does good*
Neal: *dies*

it’s actually pretty cool, there’s a lot of shit we can figure out about ourselves in here.


do you ever think about how it only took steve rogers saying bucky’s name to unravel 70 years worth of brainwashing because i think about this every single fucking day