get to know me meme: (1/5) favorite actors - mark ruffalo
"I still feel like I’m trying to make it. It’s hard to shed the struggling actor thing."
#no but u don’t understand he had to do more than 800 auditions before he landed on his first role #he bartended for more than a decade #and not long after he started his acting career he suddenly got diagnosed with brain tumor #and then there’s the murder of his younger brother back in 2008 #any sane man would’ve given up #but he didn’t #there’s so much more to mark ruffalo than just fluffy curls and adorable face #he’s in a lot of interesting and amazing projects lately i’m genuinely chuffed for him #marko
did he fucking decapitate someone?
he hit a woman who had a sling on her arm in that arm
i’ve been laughing at Hugh Jackman’s face for five fucking minutes
And Michael does a Magneto hand
I think the thing that actually bothers me about Arad’s statement is that saying that diversity in films “inevitable,” and that it’s all going to change soon or eventually glosses over all the agency he has to make those changes now. We fans, standing on the sidelines, telling Hollywood that the continued whitewashing of characters of color and lukewarm statements about female-led superhero movies will not stand; we know that diversity is “inevitable” and that the situation is changing. But if the producer of Marvel’s second longest lived film franchise has to wait for change instead of creating it, where are we expecting that change to come from? From a portal to a magical other dimension? For scientists to discover it in the Large Hadron Collider? For Stan Lee to come down from the mountain top carrying stone tablets that say “Thou shalt not for the five millionth time make up a plot reason for a cerebral villain of color to be played by a white British guy.” and “For the love of Me, put some more women in the new Star Wars.”
Do you know what I want to see?
I wanna see a really cool Disney princess who can’t sing. I wanna see this pretty young girl who sounds like a beached whale when she tries to sing “Happy Birthday.” And none of the musical numbers feature her because she doesn’t sing.
But halfway through the movie, she figures out
She can rap like hell
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