request: Tony riding on the Hulk’s back
there’s not many people who can sneak up on me
AVENGERS MEME: THREE COLORS [1/3] → BLUE
For comedic purposes, please just let some mistakes go. ^q^
I promised myself I’m not going to draw anymore Avengers fanart but a friend requested so (in exchange she would draw my request)… Hence. And the very recent science bros snippet got me pumped ahhh. I need to have that issue.
Merry Christmas y’all!
STOP REBLOGGING THIS IM GONNA PISS
The best thing about being Loki is that he is my diametric opposite. Physically, he is a photo negative of who I am. Loki is dark and pale, and I am light and fair. Also spiritually I am not much like him either. Yet I feel an incredible freedom in playing him. He is a combination of mercurial intellectual ability, emotional ambiguity, rakish charm, charisma and provocative wit. He has a wicked inclination to mischief, underneath which is a well of spiritual pain. Both these aspects are central to his depth as a character: his unashamed and perverse delight in creating chaos; and his capacity for raw emotional expression. And – as my American friends tell me – he’s kind of a badass! He’s one of the richest, most rewarding, most fun characters I’ve ever played.
The Bilgesnipe, you know; huge, scaly, big antlers. You don’t have those?
Neverending legs porn
damn that’s hot
Neverending legs porn, yes. Tom’s legs are hot, tall men are hot. And moments like this show how useful it was for Tom Hiddleston to train in capoeira for this role.
May I add a couple things that aren’t about the hotness of the actors, though? Lol at me.
—Isn’t it magnificent how they both resort to cool quips when there are actually roiling emotions under the surface? If you look at the top gif, Tony is actually scared shitless of Loki. He’s reckless but he’s an excellent assessor of situations and no idiot. He knows the danger he’s up against. Nevertheless, he cracks a dick joke five seconds into arguably the most intense character interaction in the entire film. And let’s not forget Loki, either. Dropped off by Thanos with an ultimatum—“WIN OR ELSE
—on an alien planet, with ONE weapon as his aid, and suddenly it doesn’t work against the person he’s sized up as his most formidable adversary (we know he thinks of Tony that way, it’s an ego thing, that’s why he chose Stark Tower, aside obvious logistical concerns like its closeness to the sky, to stick the Tesseract and open the portal—if he can conquer the tallest monument, the smartest and fastest enemy, then he is the new king of the mountain). And with all that pressure, Loki is able to quip, “This usually works,” like he’s operating a gd garage door opener or something and it’s embarrassing that it misfires in front of the Mercedes dealer sitting in the car next to him.
And total non sequitur but Loki poking Tony’s chest over and over is deeply humorous, but on another level, it reminds me of some fish-out-of-water baby-boomer trying to poke the escape button on a computer repeatedly and thinking that if you do it enough times it’ll somehow illogically work. Which shows how unlike himself he is through the whole narrative of this film. Loki is a nerd. He studies everything from every angle. But here, he hasn’t done his homework. AT ALL. He’s been given alien Chitauri tech and instead of bothering to learn its every quirk—as well as every quirk of his enemies, like the fact that there’s a big metal thing in front of Tony’s heart— he’s only aware that he can change its appearance and use it to brainwash foes. Reckless!Loki is not the real!Loki. It’s traumatized and insane!Loki.
avengers skit on Saturday Night Live starring Jeremy Renner
He looks absurdly cute here. And I cannot stop laughing because he’s wearing his SEATBELT and that’s incredibly funny to me for some reason.
Lolol people always joke about the seatbelt. I don’t think it’s very ooc of Loki to be reasonable and pragmatic at the weirdest times. He thinks Thor can’t get to Midgard which means he expects no one to interrupt his little plan to play decoy/tracking device for Clint and his other operatives all the way to the Helicarrier. So he won’t have a reason to bolt; ergo, might as well buckle up and not get flung around the Quinjet’s innards if they encounter turbulence. Unlikely a god of his impermeable resilience would even be scratched, but why risk it? This is a very foreign planet with very foreign technology to him. Otherwise, the SHIELD agents are just going through “humane prisoner treatment” protocol and one of them buckled him in, and he smirked and just let them.
I frankly love humorous details like this, which stink of Whedon’s writing; Whedon is a master of adding little believable quirky mundane details to make outrageously unbelievable things like, you know supervillain aliens fighting superhero misfits for earth, totally plausible.
As for the cute face, I kind of want to smack him too, for never being, on some level, unsympathetic. Ever. lol. Even though he’s so damned evil. I blame Tom Hiddleston’s acting for this part. He’s too amazing at caring about the people he plays, even the bad guys.
I’d just like to say it would be funny as hell if he’d buckled himself in, because can you imagine him trying to figure it out? Even if he knows more about Earth ways than Thor (the fact that he can put on modern clothing and fit in being a big one), I doubt he’d know much about seatbelts of any kind.