Captain America: The Winter Soldier, deleted scene.
- I’m 30
- I used to be a teacher
- I cuss like a sailor
- I secretly love writing fanfics
- I am gluten intolerant
missstarfire. I AM ONLY doing this ‘cause I luff you.
And you better bring my Howie back to life as a mini extremis zombie or whatever.
- I have a twin, her name is Daniela.
- I also have three other sibligs. They’re my life.
- I love to think that I am girly enough to use make-up and high-heels.
- I love to sing out loud in public places.
- I cuss like a soldier, too.
weird. and mean when she eats i n front of me when i am hungry.
she’s amazing, tho.
women (and girls) just want to (1/?)
Ant-Man star Michael Douglas has revealed that popular Avengers comics character Janet Van Dyne is already dead by the time the film’s main storyline begins. Douglas plays Hank Pym, the first Ant-Man and husband to Janet Van Dyne.
“I’m an entomologist,” he told EW. “I’m also a physicist and I discovered in 1963, a way, a serum to reduce a human being to the size of an ant, maintaining the strength. But unfortunately during this process, a tragic personal accident happened with my wife.”
Janet Van Dyne, A.K.A. Wasp, was included in an early draft of Joss Whedon’s first Avengers movie. In the new Ant-Man adaptation she would have been in her 50s or 60s, and mother to Evangeline Lilly’s character Hope Van Dyne. Instead she’s been given an offscreen death in what fans are labeling a #JanetVanCrime.
The founding members of the Avengers team were Iron Man, the Hulk, Thor, Ant-Man, and Janet Van Dyne as the Wasp. In other words, all of the male characters get their own movie franchises, while the Wasp is not only sidelined, but killed off to provide backstory for characters in the new Ant-Man movie.