Andrew Garfield thinks it’d be cool if Spider-Man swung a different way. (He also wanted MJ to be played by Michael B. Jordan.)
“He’s so charismatic and talented. It’d be even better—we’d have interracial bisexuality!”
When EW later mentions the idea to Webb, the director says, “Michael B. Jordan, I know.” Oh, so he’s heard this too? “Uh, are you kidding?”
#here’s a fact: Andrew Garfield can’t shut up about how bad he wants to make out with Michael B. Jordan #and everyone in his life knows it #i bet if you asked emma stone ”so michael b jordan huh?” she would sigh and roll her beautiful eyes #IT’S CONSTANT she would say
my favorite part of any trip to mcdonalds is the sudden and unavoidable flashbacks to the time when I got stuck in the slide for 5.5 hours and the staff had to slide down mcnuggets so I could keep up my energy while they cut the slide in half with a hacksaw. half-slide is still there, haunting me and the other kids who sudden fall through a hole halfway through their journey down
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- Sometimes I wonder how Arthur would have turned out if Merlin had never stumbled into his life.
- Before Merlin, he was an arrogant, entitled bully who picked on servants and always got whatever he wanted.
- I'm pretty sure if they never met, Arthur would have married some noblewoman instead of Gwen (because Merlin showed him an appreciation for people despite their status), he would never have formed a round table of worthy low-born men and he wouldn't have been as beloved a monarch as he became.
- Hell, without Merlin, he would have died in the first episode with a dagger in the chest from the fake Lady Helen.
- In reverse, Merlin, without Arthur, would have no purpose and would feel like the 'monster' he unhappily joked about to Gaius in the first episode. I feel like, without Arthur, Merlin would have become bitter and twisted and hateful. Sometimes I entertain the notion that Arthur's existence was the one thing from Merlin turning into Morgana.
So what happens if two people who have promised their firstborn to separate witches have a child together? Do they both just pop up in the nursery and have a custody battle?
I need a book about a little girl whose parents had promised their firstborn to different witches and the only way that both ends of the deal were fulfilled was for them to have joint custody of the child.
I love it!
And then the witches, forced to share a cottage while raising their joint stolen child, fall in love…