#so I watched the avengers for the 5,000,000th time today
#and I’m still noticing shit that I didn’t see before.
#THIS SCENE #tony isn’t just making a joke about bruce letting off steam #he’s purposefully getting fury’s attention #because fury is like ADVANCING ON BRUCE #and tony doesn’t want him to get overwhelmed #in the third gif tony sees fury walking towards bruce with an attitude #and tony is all ‘OH HELL NO’ #and then he’s all ‘hey bitch over here’ #and he starts messing with cap #but he doesn’t even look at cap when he’s talking #he’s just looking at fury with his chin up #all defiant and shit #and then fury stops walking toward bruce #tony has achieved his goal #so he looks at bruce #and he’s like #it’s okay #i’ve got your back #i won’t let him hurt you #and btw #that joke about letting off steam? #it really is okay to get angry sometimes #ily man
#tony was just picking a fight to get the attention off bruce
#that smile in the last gif honestly breaks my heart
#this is not okay guys.
New Phrenology piece: http://society6.com/Wharton/Hulk-Phrenology_Print#1=45
Wolverine and the X-men Episode 07- Wolvering vs The Hulk
I need to figure out a way of making better gifs D:
I’m not saying for SURE that Bruce is upset, but I am not ruling it out…
The Hulk ain’t never lied.
I can’t even express how much respect I have for Mark Ruffalo. The dude’s on the US terrorism watchlist for fuck’s sake.
Omg, it’s true.
This is funny because Bruce Banner/The Hulk would be on the terrorism watch list. Marvel is good at casting.
In a recent interview with actor Mark Ruffalo he reveals that he’s read The Avengers: Age of Ultron script and says that the Hulk will have some truly great moments in the sequel.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron is guaranteed to be the most anticipated superhero film of 2015 now that Superman Vs Batman has been delayed until 2016. During an interview with Mark Ruffalo, he reveals that the sequel is “a little bit darker.”
“I would say that it’s better, it’s cooler, it’s more awesomer,” says Ruffalo. The actor who never disappoints says that Joss Whedon’s “incredibly witty and sly sense of humor” is all through the sequel’s script.