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Notes: I’d like to thank (anonymous) for the request!! I hope you enjoy it.

I don’t own any of the gifs/pictures used.

Warnings: Spelling/grammatical errors, anxious reader, some teasing probably, short

Masterlist: Click Here

Word Count: 388 (give or take)


Originally posted by somenerdthing


Originally posted by klennnik

  • You’re a mess
  • An absolute mess
  • Like?????
  • God you’re regretting this decision
  • You really are
  • When you told your costars you were dating they made a big deal out of it
  • They wanted to meet him, but you refused
  • You wanted to enjoy your relationship without your friends scaring him off
  • Timothee was a little hurt that you wouldn’t introduce him to your friends, but he understood where you were coming from
  • But the news of your engagement made an uproar
  • Why they can’t be civil about it is beyond you
  • Yeah, you’re young but that doesn’t mean anything, right?
  • You and Timothee agreed to wait a couple years before actually planning the wedding, at least until both of you feel 100% ready
  • But ever since your costars found out, they made it their mission to organize your wedding and basically forcing you to bring Timothee to a group lunch so they could meet him
  • Despite your best efforts, you couldn’t talk them out of it
  • “It’ll be fine, don’t worry,” Timothee said
  • He was really trying to comfort you
  • But it wasn’t working
  • “But what if it isn’t?” you exclaimed. “What if they do something stupid? I don’t want you getting the wrong idea about them, or getting scared off cause they said or did something…”
  • “I won’t, I promise.” He walked over and hugged you, an attempt to get you to stop pacing
  • It stopped your movements, but not your anxiety
  • “How can you promise that?”
  • “Because I can. And I did. It’ll be fine, stop worrying. I’ve wanted to meet them for a while now.”
  • After some more comforting and finally calming down, you and Timothee left to go to the restaurant
  • Once you got there, your friends — your very overprotective friends — were all there at a big table
  • They all stood up once you and Timothee made your way over
  • Timothee had his arm over your shoulders
  • Scarlett, Cevans, Anthony, RDJ, and Sebastian let out very loud ‘aaaww’s
  • Your face went red
  • The Toms were smiling excitedly; Hemsworth was chuckling; Renner let out a loud laugh; Hayley, Elizabeth, and Cobie were shaking their heads with a smile on their faces
  • You could at least be happy not all of them were being loud and obnoxious
  • But you honestly didn’t expect anything less
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Thanksgiving was a holiday you started celebrating when you met Chris and he invited you to the first one 2 years ago when you were intruduced to his family, later Lisa confesed to you that when they met you, they all told him to marry you, what he did last year

Between both brothers Scott and your boyfriend first, then turn to be husband, Chris always tried never successed scaring you

- how do you do it… I can’t never get a good scare out of you

- you still got Scott and Tara…

Chris was not satisfied about that but he had to let it go but he never give up trying

You were getting ready for bed after a big meal at his mom’s house, you were all stuffed like the turkey and the salmon Chris ate instead when you heard a scream just outside your share room and you heard laughing

- what happend?

- I got him scare…

- yeahhh give me five - you told Scott and he laugh

- you are not funny - he looked at you offeded

- is a dose of your own medicine honey, thank you Scott…

You woke up wrap around your husband he was still asleep and you smile kissing his cheek

- mmm good morning…

- I love you Chris…

- are you sure you are my wife… you never say that…

- thats why Im saying it Im so thankfull this year, first to be alive but for letting the universe join us I can’t imagine my life without u anymore

- I love you too..

- I know… I promise I’ll try to say it more frecuently

- I know you love me but I don’t mind you saying it btw.. I scared Scott back last night - you looked back at him and inmediately started laughing it was a wonderfull morning in the love of your life arms

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Okay, so I’ve been really thinking about it, but I think once I finish A Silent Voice, I’ll be working on two (2) stories in between requests, and those stories will be…

High Hopes and A Tale of English and Math

I’m sorry for those of you who wanted me to work on any of my other incomplete stories, but I think those two are gonna be my next main projects 🤷🏻‍♂️

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Notes: I’d like to thank (anonymous) for the request! I hope you enjoy it.

I don’t own any of the gifs/pictures used.

Warnings: Spelling/grammatical errors, a few curse words, a poor attempt at humor, a brief mention of death

Masterlist: Click Here

Word Count: 505 (give or take)


Originally posted by merelybeing


Originally posted by missmysteriousm

  • This is your first Wired interview
  • Needless to say, you’re excited!
  • And doing this with one of your Marvel costars will undoubtedly make it more enjoyable
  • So, with Chris Evans beside you, you ready for yourself as the interview begins

“Hi, I’m Y/N Y/L/N…”

“…and I’m Chris Evans, and we’re going to be doing a Wired Autocorrect interview.”

Chris reached over and took the board, giving a ‘thank you’, and settled back into his seat.

“We just peel these bad boys back?” Chris asked, pointing to the loose strips covering most of the questions.

“Yeah,” you responded. “Just peel ’em back.”

Chris angled the board so you could get a good look at it, your head lowered ever so slightly so you could get a good look at it, too.

“‘Why Y/N Y/L/N’,” you started, a giggle leaving your mouth. “I mean, that’s a question all on its own.” When you peeled back the strip of paper for the second half of the first question, you were surprised to see nothing there. “Oh,” you said. “Well… I don’t… Huh.”

“It’s just ‘Why Y/N’?” Chris asked.

“Yeah.” You let out a sigh, trying to think of an answer. “Um, I was actually named after my grandmother, she died before I was born. I guess that’s an answer?”

Chris shrugged in response.

“Okay,” you exclaimed. “Why Y/N Y/L/N…” You peeled the strip back. “…‘not go Oscars’.” Crumpling the papers in your hands, you shrugged. “I had a lot of homework,” you answered, “and school the next day. I can’t always just… skip school to go to major events.”

“That’s a good answer.” Chris gave a big smile, and you returned it.

“Thanks.” Leaning over, you unveiled the next question. “‘Why did Y/N Y/L/N act’?”

“My parents were actors and my older brother was an actor before he chose to retire.” You gave a smile. “Figured I’d try it out, but I’ve got other plans in life that don’t involve acting.”

“That’s it for that,” Chris announced, placing the now all-answered board on the ground. “What’s next for our girl?”

“Yeah, what’s next?” you exclaimed.

Chris was handed the next board and he looked it over with a hum before showing you.

“‘Who is Y/N’,” you started, peeling back the first strip, “‘dating’?” You laughed. “No one. Between my family and my friends at Marvel, I can promise that I’ll be single forever.”

“You got that right,” Chris replied, his tone serious. “She’s too young to be dating.”

Playfully rolling your eyes, you peel back the next strip. “‘Who is Y/N’s favorite actor’?”

Chris’ playfully pointed look made you laugh.

“My favorite actor is actually David Tennant,” you replied. Chris gave an exaggerated groan, holding his chest in feign hurt. “I’m sorry, Chris,” you giggled.

“You’ve betrayed me,” he exclaimed.

You bark out a laugh, “Quit being such a baby.”

You can tell this interview is going to be a lot of fun.

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Hello there! Love the questions 😀

Hard to narrow down but I’d have to say:

1. Safe and Sound by @afictionaladventure16


2. My Surrogate Father by @afictionaladventure16


3. Lost But Not Forgotten by @rae-is-typing


4. The Baby Of The Pack At The Gym by @youcanreadithere

Seb, Evans, and Holland

5. Just Good Friends by @afictionaladventure16

Holland x Stan!reader

6. Thinking Out Loud by @afictionaladventure16

Holland x Downey!reader

7. Scars by @rae-is-typing

Paul Rudd

8. The Bonfire by @rae-is-typing


9. Come On, Little Lady, Give Us A Smile by @afictionaladventure16

Avengers Cast (mainly Seb, Evans, & Mackie)

10. Purple Patches by @morizoras-cave

Cumberbatch, Holland

I look up to all these fics and their authors, as they have inspired me to join Tumblr and write fanfic myself.

For the favs writers, I’d have to say @afictionaladventure16, @rae-is-typing, and @morizoras-cave. All of their works are truly amazing and you’re missing out if you haven’t checked their stuff out. Hope this helps! 😀

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Interview: Tom Hiddleston, Actor (22nd November 2011)

He’s sparred with Hollywood’s mightiest superheroes, but Tom Hiddleston’s greatest good fortune is to have won over his idols behind the camera, he tells Siobhan Synnot.

From Marvel comic villain to leading a cavalry charge for Steven Spielberg, Tom Hiddleston has had an exciting year – even though it’s been hell on his hair. “At the start of the year they dyed it blue-black for Thor,” he grins, rubbing a fizzy mop. “Then when I was F Scott Fitzgerald in Midnight In Paris, I was blond with a touch of red. War Horse was true blond, and then it got dyed down again for The Deep Blue Sea, because the other guy in it also has quite light hair.”

Having just finished the multi-superhero blockbuster The Avengers, he’s now the colour of very bitter chocolate, and in the shadows of a winter afternoon, framed by his London hotel’s mahogany furnishings, resembles a Vermeer painting. “I look severe,” he offers. Not for long though, because he can’t help being entertaining company, mimicking everyone from Kenneth Branagh to Owen Wilson, and recounting wryly funny stories at his own expense.

In The Deep Blue Sea, for instance, the 30-year-old is sweetly earnest about director Terence Davies (“a very sensitive soul”) and his co-star Rachel Weisz (“fearless”), but admits that in a year of new experiences he was slightly dreading his first love scene. “They saved it for the end, so Rachel and I knew each other pretty well. In a sense we’d already been naked in that we’d been crying, shouting and kissing each other for weeks, but we finally did it on Christmas Eve, and let me put it this way: I didn’t eat any mince pies until Christmas Day.” He laughs sheepishly: “Terrible, isn’t it? Because you shouldn’t let vanity get in the way, but I did think ‘It would be nice to look great.’ ”

Actually, everything in Davies’ emotionally rich adaptation of Terence Rattigan’s love triangle looks gorgeous, even the bowels of London Tube stations, because it reflects the intensity of married Hester (Weisz) and her obsession with Hiddleston’s dashing but superficial ex-pilot Freddie. “Whether it’s 1952 or 2011, the emotions of Rattigan’s play never date,” says Hiddleston. “And after working on huge multi-character canvasses with Ken Branagh, Woody Allen and Spielberg, this just seemed a perfect chamber piece about the complexity of love.

“The loneliness of Hester and Freddie certainly struck a chord with me. I’ve been the independent one in a relationship, but I’ve also been the one who wanted just a circle of two.” Currently he’s happily encircled with the British actress Susannah Fielding, currently having something of an annus mirabilis herself after scoring raves as Portia in the RSC’s recent production of The Merchant Of Venice. “If you’d said to me five years ago that all this would be happening to me in just 12 months, I just would not have believed you,” says Hiddleston. “Susannah understands the demands of it because we’re both on these tours of duty, but we make sure to take care of each other.”

Hiddleston is proud of The Deep Blue Sea, but he’s equally excited by his First World War officer Captain Nicholls in War Horse, which opens in January. He had a meeting with Spielberg while filming Thor in LA, assumed they were having a pleasant pre-audition chat about Guinness and horses, and was startled when he was told the role was his. “I almost burst into tears, because here was the architect of my childhood imagination telling me I’m the real deal.” Along with Jeremy Irvine and Benedict Cumberbatch, Hiddleston was booked into a two-month intensive horse training course “where they would shout ‘Don’t ride like a cowboy’ at me.”

Most of his scenes involved trotting and cantering across a disused airfield outside Elstree in the rain. “From the top of my horse you could see a line of trenches they’d built, mechanical rats everywhere, and Spielberg on his knees in a cagoule with his lens, all muddy and loving it… On the back of his director’s chair, it doesn’t say “SS” or “Spielberg”, it says “Dad”, because he’s like a dad on set.

“He also gives actors the most fantastic notes on character. There’s one moment where I’m leading a cavalry charge… and we see they have machine-guns. Just before Spielberg shot my close-up, he said to me, ‘I don’t want fear or terror or surprise, Tom. Here’s what I want: up until you see them, you are a man – but when I say ‘guns’ I want you to de-age yourself by 20 years. I just want to strip away the man and see the boy.’ I was blown away by that, because in one shot he’d collected that this war was fought by boys who had only just become men.”

Next year it’s all-out war for Hiddleston, who will be taking on one of Kenneth Branagh’s most famous early roles, Henry V, for BBC films, then battling buffed-up all-star heroes including Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man, Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow and Chris Evans’s Captain America in The Avengers. The Marvel blockbuster takes his breakout role in Thor as Loki, God of mischief, and upgrades it to full-fledged malevolence. “It’s me versus seven of them,” says Hiddleston. “And I say ‘Good luck to them’ frankly.”

The superheroes bonded during filming in Albuquerque, New Mexico, he says. “It’s like being in a rugby team. We used to pull up our shirts with me saying ‘Look at the size of this bruise on my hip’ and then Chris Evans pulling down his trousers going, ‘Dude, you think that’s bad – look at my ass.’ The worst was I smashed my elbow during a tête-à-tête with Mark Ruffalo’s Incredible Hulk. It really hurt.”

It’s not just comic book directors who have picked up on Hiddleston’s intelligence and range. Woody Allen wrote him a letter enclosing 15 pages of script, inviting him to spend the summer in Paris playing a character called Scott. From the script, Hiddleston deduced he was being asked to play F Scott Fitzgerald and presumed Midnight In Paris was a period drama. He only discovered otherwise when he arrived for his first day of shooting and found the film’s star Owen Wilson in modern-day duds. “Owen had to tell me the rest of the story then and there: ‘Oh no, my character goes back in time and meets all you famous writers, but actually this is a modern-day comedy.’ ”

Hiddleston wanted to act from an early age, but wasn’t always confident about pursuing it as a profession until he came to the Fringe and starred in a production of Journey’s End which earned five stars from The Scotsman. “That was the turning point,” he recalls, but his father James, a scientist and businessman, was far from convinced that his middle child should waste an Eton education and a double first from Cambridge on an uncertain career path in the performing arts.

“The only route to self-esteem is to earn your own keep,” says Hiddleston, slipping into his father’s soft Greenock burr. “He’d say, ‘You need a proper job’, and we did fight about that when I was younger, but not any more. He’s been a great support – in fact I just got a text from him saying good luck with the premiere of The Deep Blue Sea. If I was still 14 years old, I would say The Deep Blue Sea was for my mum, and War Horse is for dad, even though, of course, they will love both of them.”

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