Anthony Mackie, on whether Marvel could keep him being in AVENGERS 2 secret (x)
I really hate that there are two Blaine’s.
There’s the guy who’s been developing since season 2/3 and then there’s the guy they created to be friends with Sam.
I just can’t see them as the same person.
This dorky superhero and star wars loving guy the fandom loves so much never shows up in any way with anyone else and that’s not a sign of his friendship with Sam it’s a sign of how they needed to change Blaine because there wasn’t a natural basis for a friendship there and they don’t need to bring those things out with anyone else because he has actual established things in common with everyone else.
Yeah, this is a thing. Basically, Blam is Overcriss with a hint of Blaine and Sam thrown in, and a whole lot of obsessing over each other’s different sexual orientations because that’s revolutionary.
And hey, personally, I can see it to an extent. The superhero thing, mostly. I love Nightbird, I can see Blaine “I just want to help people” Anderson like superheroes. A weaker argument; I guess I can see Blaine having a million random interests he’s keeping up with because ace. But I’m still generally really not a fan of actor bleed.
Blaine isn’t Darren, I don’t want them to be more and more alike, and I hate how this particular actor bleed is pretty much caused by them trying to force Blam to happen. I hate that such an unenjoyable friendship (Blam) has so much influence on Blaine’s characterization.
Galaxy Quest (1999)
I had originally not wanted to see Galaxy Quest because I heard that it was making fun of Star Trek. Then Jonathan Frakes rang me up and said ‘You must not miss this movie! See it on a Saturday night in a full theater.’ And I did, and of course I found it was brilliant. Brilliant. No one laughed louder or longer in the cinema than I did. - Patrick Stewart
Galaxy Quest is a cinematic masterpiece and if you believe otherwise you should seek help immediatelyOne of my favourite facts is that George Takei has called it “chillingly realistic”.
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The Klaine Movie version of New New York is finally here. This is the first full episode (preliminary edit) of the movie available for streaming and download. The purpose of the episode is to give klaine fans a chance to enjoy their favorites minus all the offensiveness of Glee.
(The Klaine Movie is an AU klaine-edit project, designed to do away with OOC behavior, narrative inconsistencies, offensive messages and gaps in the fabric of logic.)
What to expect from “Common Ground”: Blaine doesn’t move out; Kurt apologizes; Blaine is not jealous of Elliott; Blaine is not a character who only exists to serve and entertain Kurt; Blaine is not upset Sam is moving out…