Captain America: The Winter Soldier Gag Reel
Cut the cheque!
CHRIS YOU MEATBALL
Nimble fingers slid over the top of at least a dozen books as the young god scanned the titles, humming softly to himself in carefree search of a certain novel. A Farewell To Arms, no. The Sun Also Rises, no. Ahh, yes! The Old Man and the Sea. He can’t help but let a contented sigh escape his lips when he grabs the book from the shelf.
Without a second thought, he opens the book, immediately engrossed in the story, having not even taken the time to sit down and enjoy the novel, but rather continue to stand by the shelves.
”You are one poor and unfortunate bastard,” Loki says, unknowingly verbalizing his thoughts as he pauses in reading. He’s too wrapped up in the story’s exposition to notice the person standing a few yards away from him. But when they scoff and glare at them for his comment, well — then he notices them.
-sigh- I’m so fed up with my cousins, since everything just sucks with them around. I think the moment I eat good food and get my room to myself again, I’ll be doing replies normally. For now, I’ll calm down from my GotG high and try to do some replies. Love you babes!
According to the captions of the first Thor movie, the battle between the Jotuns and Asgardians take place in Norway, 965 AD. Around this time, Loki was born.
In Thor 2 the life expectancy was stated to be around 5,000. The average human life in developed countries from what I’ve gathered is approximately 82.
Therefore, in human years Loki is somewhere around 17.
#are you telling me loki is just going through his rebellious teenage emo stage
I seem to remember some interviews from 2011 where Branagh/the actors come right out and say “yeah, they may seem all grown up to us, but to Asgardian standards they’re still basically teenagers”. And it makes sense, because how else would Odin have been able to argue to Laufey that Thor was just a boy and his stupid mistakes shouldn’t be given the same weight as a grown man’s?
I love that someone did the actual math now though, ZOMG. :D
What I wanna know is how old are Thor, Sif, Fandral, Hogun and Volstagg?
^Ohohoh I’M GLAD YOU ASKED PREPARE FOR SOME LOGIC AND SHIT
We can assume Thor is roughly Loki’s age, but we know he’s the older brother. We can also assume he was young enough to not understand that Loki was adopted when Odin brought him to Asgard, so I’m going to say he’s about 18 to 21 in human terms, roughly 1058-1200 in Midgardian years.
We can also assume that Fandral, Volstagg, and Hogun are older than Thor, because in the original script (in a line which didn’t make it into the film) Volstagg mentions to Jane that it’s been about a thousand years since they were on Midgard, and asks her if she’s heard any stories about them. Therefore we can draw the conclusion that they were already mature/adult and doing cool shit in Norther Europe around the time Thor was born. Also, Volstagg has a family and children (and a sweet-ass beard), which marks him as much older than Thor. We can assume he’s in his prime, so I’ll put him down at about 2500 years old. Fandral I’ll put down as maybe twenty-five in human terms, or 1500 years old, and Hogun, who is a hard card to read (mostly because he only has three lines and nobody ever talks about him) I’ll assume is about 2000, if only because he shows signs of wanting to settle down in The Dark World (and his beard is hella bitchin)
Sif I’m going to put down as younger than the Warriors Three, mostly because Thor mentions having “proved wrong all who scoffed at the idea that a young maiden could be one of the fiercest warriors this realm has ever known” implying he grew up with her, or might even be a little older than her. She also seems to be familiar with Loki’s personality in a way the others aren’t (“he’s always been jealous of Thor”) so she may have grown up with the pair of them. I’ll put her down as a little older than Loki but younger than Thor, so about 1050-1190.
And that, my friends, has been your nightly lecture on Asgardian aging. [mic drop]
Chris Pratt, Ladies and Gentlemen.
Swag gentlemen, and lu-lu-lu-lu-laady~
what doesn’t kill you fucks you up mentally and affects your ability to have stable relationships with other human beings
|Title: Thrift Shop|
Artist: Vitamin String Quartet
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EVEN IF YOU DON’T LIKE THRIFT SHOP LISTEN TO THIS SHIT!
seriously guys, listen to this
this sounds like the background music you’d hear in a movie as the camera leads you around a bustling marketplace in the 17- or 1800s and it leads to the sight of a bunch of sailors hoisting and tossing around a bunch of packages on a ship getting ready to set sail for adventure
Things that come to my mind when I hear this:
- Composers breakdancing
why don’t you guys send me your characters name and i’ll put it in this generator and write a starter based on what comes out