queensmaker:

make me choose → highgaarden asked: Dan Egan or Amy Brookheimer

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#veep #otp

uncannybrettwhite:

I kinda hope they never start casting the Marvel Netflix series, because speculating about which characters and which actors could pop up in five television series is just too much fun. Especially the street-level characters from the Marvel Universe, most of which haven’t been adapted in the Marvel Cinematic Universe yet. The possibilities!

  • James Wolk as Daredevil
  • Harry Shum Jr. as Iron Fist
  • Terry Crews as Luke Cage
  • Sola Bamis as Misty Knight
  • Rich Sommer as Foggy Nelson
  • Stephanie Beatriz as White Tiger

I can’t think of anyone for Colleen Wing, and Jessica Jones is stumping me too. 

Of course, this is all dependent on Misty, White Tiger, and Colleen appearing on any of these new shows. I hope they do!

uncannybrettwhite:

IN YOUR FACE JAM: The Marvel Cinematic Universe Needs Foggy Nelson

Some weeks having my own opinion column means writing 1300 words about a comic book character that I have a crush on and then campaigning — hard — for one actor to play him.

I don’t really care who plays Daredevil, but Rich Sommer is Foggy Nelson. And Foggy Nelson is an incredibly important character.

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#yes good #Daredevil #foggy nelson

quinquire:

seriously monet st. croi><

><-Factor v2 #8

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#atonement

pink-vulva:

reasons i want to look GOOD <3

  • for myself
  • for myself
  • to plant the seed of envy in other bitch’s hearts
  • for myself
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#about me

I feel like Justice League United was specifically made for me.

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#clea

So, do you want to be the President of the United States?

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#veep
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