The best thing about all the set photos from Avengers 2
is that they’re all 300% more entertaining if you imagine that someone just out of frame just said something super offensive.
Quicksilver caught off guard by your extreme rudeness.
Cap’s getting real tired of your shit, douchebag.
Wanda and Clint think that joke was just a little off-color there, bro.
Seriously, dude? Seriously?
And my personal favorite:
Even Tony Stark is speechless. Banner’s not even mad, just kinda impressed.
Anonymous asked: How did Zola recover Bucky if he was in the Allies' custody at the time?
In Bucky’s little flashback scene in Cap 2, it was a Russian soldier who found him. He spoke Russian on the bridge. He has the red star on his arm.
Zola said that HYDRA had been guiding world history. Given that both the USA and USSR were two of the greatest superpowers in the wake of WWII, it makes sense that HYDRA would have infiltrated the KGB much in the same way they did SHIELD.
When the USSR fell, he probably got transferred to Pierce. One of his first assignments while working for the ‘SHIELD Sleepers’?
Death of Howard. December of ‘91. The same month the Soviet Union collapsed.
My explanation is that Zola didn’t find Bucky, he merely recognized and identified him. Even if he was in the stateside HYDRA sleeper cell, I imagine both communicated, especially during the Cold War. I wouldn’t be surprised if HYDRA pulled the strings throughout the Cold War in the MCU.
Also, Bucky’s had many different arms in the comics. It makes sense that when Zola was smirking as he choked a guy out, it was an upgraded version and not his original arm.
IMO Bucky’s flashbacks were in bits and pieces, quick flashes. His mind was so frazzled at that point I don’t see why they’d hit him in chronological sequence.
Anonymous asked: Imagine Clint seeing the way Bruce is with kids and asking Steve about it. Bruce had mentioned not being able to have kids because he didn't want to hurt them and kind of assumes Clint doesn't want them, so Clint turns up with a basket full of puppies. "What's this for?" "Practice." "Practice for what?" and Clint pulls out an adoption booklet. And they adopt at least ten children because Clint knows what it's like to not have a home and Bruce can't pick anyway, he just loves all of them.
BRUCE. CLINT. BABIES.
It’s always been a huge headcanon for me, that Bruce and Clint would LOVE adoption (once they got over their ‘but I could KILL IT’ fear of children), and that they’re first adoption would be a little Asian baby girl, who they name Rebecca Edith Banner-Barton, but everyone just calls her Becca, or little Monster for short, because she’d be a cute, bubbly little kid who has an entire family of superheroes to teach her how to be a genius and kick ass. They’d, of course, LOVE HER, so they’d have to get her a sibling, and instead of adopting ONE kid, they adopt a pair of interracial twins who practically LIVE in each others heads, named Jen and Barney respectively, because Bruce and Clint are sentimental NERDS, and they’d absolutely be little TERRORS. The whole tower would have no idea how to handle these three little beautiful babies. Bruce would be so happy, and Clint would be that dad who’s constantly on the verge of tears, like, [sniffsniff] [manly look into the distance as he raises a fist] ‘My little girl punched Tony in the crotch today. I’m so proud.’ [blubbers]
The Avengers would ADORE them, of course—Steve would be so happy he helped Clint decide on adoption, because Clint came to him confused and worried about Bruce, and Steve has known so many people in the system who wanted homes, and Steve dotes over them like the old man he is, tells them all sorts of crazy stories of ‘Back in my day…’ Not because he’s really old or even old fashioned, but because they don’t have grandparents, and he’s always thought it’s important to have grandparents, so he fills in the slot happily.
Tony is literally the biggest worry wart, even worse than Bruce and Clint. He has Dum-e and Butterfingers stalk after the babies when they start walking, making sure they don’t fall down and hurt themselves, and when they hit toddler age Jarvis is always giving him updates while he’s in the lab, and Tony will then look over at Bruce if they’re both in the lab and go ‘You’re kids are little monsters’ because usually they’re off destroying something valuable with a harried Clint on their heels.
Natasha has a…THING about children, where she just doesn’t feel comfortable around them, mostly because of her own childhood. But these kids are wicked little bundles of joy and she likes to teach them pranks so they can torment the others, and they call her Auntie Spider, so she’s definitely pleased, always with that little, half smile of hers when they’re around.
And then you have Thor, who is a big puppy!~ They cuddle on the couch with Uncle Thor and Jen and Becca braid his hair, and little Barney likes to pull on his beard and ask him all sorts of stories about Asgard, and Barney especially likes stories of the mysterious Loki that Thor doesn’t talk about a lot, and the others don’t talk about a lot, but when Thor DOES talk about him, he always sounds super funny and strange. Jen babbles a lot about sword fighting, and, of course, little Becca’s constantly trying to steal Clint’s bow so she can learn.
BASICALLY Bruce and Clint would have so much support with their little family, and of COURSE they’d think of adopting more later on, maybe once they get past the terrible two’s and such for this lot, and they’re so proud because their babies are SMART, and WONDERFUL, and of course they’ve got their puppies too, and their bed is just one big ball of cuddles most night, with babies and puppies and each other all wrapped up in huge, fluffy blankets~~~
This, anon, was a good ask. THANK YOU.
aaaahhhhh so many of my headcanons
but have you considered
Bruce and Clint opening their home to troubled foster kids, kids who have anger issues or who have special medical needs or even kids they accidentally found being experimented on in Hydra/RedRoom facilities