I'm Lindsey. 20. Christian, Sherlockian, Whovian, Avenger, Ravenclaw, lover of Fluffalo, Future Zookeeper and overall fangirl
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mancandykings:

For some reason, my whole life has been, 'You can't do this, you can't do that.' The other day I was watching these kids crossing the road, and they have these crossing guards, kids who help other kids across the road. They would never let me be a crossing guard when I was a little kid . It would come up, I’d always raise my hand, I would never get picked. They thought I was too wild, but I knew I was responsible enough, if I was given that task.”

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Bruce Banner a muggleborn getting into Slytherin because he is a smart ambitious sly devil and Clint being in Hufflepuff because he told he hat the other houses sounded too hard or boring. It's taboo for a Hufflpuff or any other house to make friends with a Slytherin but Clint does with Bruce and beats anyone up who messes with his Slytherin. Then they just get in shenanigans, Bruce has a potion accident that causes the Hulk and then cuteness and fluff of them falling for each other.
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slowdancingangels:

AGH, SOMEONE WHO UNDERSTANDS MY NEED FOR SLYTHERIN BRUCE, AGH I LOVE YOU SO MUCH.

Clint is a loyal little Hufflepuff who loves badgers and new as soon as he learned about the different houses that he wanted to be under that angry little badgers banner. Bruce didn’t go in with a preference, though everyone looked at this bookish guy with glasses and immediately assumed he’d be in Ravenclaw, and when the hat called out Slytherin everyone gave this roughed-up little geek a second, more cautionary glance.

And Bruce and Clint meet in the library, while Bruce is surrounded by a mile high pile of books, scouring every page as he tries to catch-up with all the pure bloods in his classes and learn about the world he never knew existed, and Clint comes in during some down time to scale one of the shelves and people watch for a little while, but when he passes Bruce’s table he manages to trip and knock down a few of Bruce’s books, and when he looks up from picking them up off the floor he sees a cute, freckly little guy with bright doe-eyes and a nervous smile, and he grins and plops himself down in front of Bruce at his table and decides to strike up a conversation, and it ends up with Clint helping explain a few things about the wizarding world that muggle-born Bruce still doesn’t understand, or know—since Clint’s a pure blood, though he’s in the wizarding orphanage when he leaves Hogwarts—and they become fast friends, though Bruce is still shy and mousey, the exact opposite of what Clint has come to expect from Slytherin.

And they get looks, especially when Clint goes to sit at Bruce’s table in the main hall, or sits beside him in classes and chats endlessly while they work, and the Slytherin like Bruce even less now—if he wasn’t already a mudblood, maybe they wouldn’t care about his inclination to ignore them and hangout with a Hufflepuff, but he is, so they don’t—and when Bruce starts getting bullied he keeps it to himself until Clint sees him sporting a dark black eye and a split lip on his way to the nurse, and Clint grabs him and tells him he’ll kick their teeth in, whoever they were, and Bruce just quietly shakes his head and hurries off to avoid the rant Clint was about to go into.

Turns out Clint didn’t need to hurt those particular bullies, because the next day two Slytherin and a Gryffindor sit at their own respective tables, each sporting a different shade of green skin and sour looks on their faces, and at dinner that night each receives an anonymous howler that is just five minutes of screaming out each one’s personal secrets. Bruce still has trouble with bullies, but he doesn’t get another black eye for quite some time.

And Clint and Bruce grow closer and are even better friends than anyone thought possible, with Clint as the tough one in the group who threatens to knock heads in and break kneecaps, while Bruce is the sheepish little storm that’ll make sure anyone who messes with his little Badger get’s their asses so thoroughly destroyed that they don’t know what to do with themselves afterwards.

And instead of an accident in potions, it’s a night out of the castle spent between Bruce and Clint that’s really their downfall; where Bruce wants to test a new spell he found and Clint wants to go out and scale a tree so he can watch, and when the werewolf attacks neither of them realize it until it’s too late, and when Clint drags Bruce back to the castle, bloody and unconscious, the professors are frantic and the headmaster is pissed—though Fury is always pissed—and Clint stays by Bruce’s cot in the medical ward all night, tears in his eyes, and when the nurse whispers to Fury in a low voice that Bruce is going to be a werewolf, there’s no way around it, Clint gets desperate, thinking they’re going to get rid of him, goes to Fury and begs him not to make Bruce leave, because Bruce is his best friend and it’s all his fault that this happened, HE was the one who asked Bruce to go outside, don’t punish Bruce, please, please, please, please!

And so Fury is very thoughtful and says he will have to think about a lot of things—like the safety of the students—but he knows he won’t make Bruce leave, and when Bruce wakes up the next day, bandaged and in pain, with a broken arm and cuts across his face, he’s very confused when Clint reaches forward and hugs him tight, babbling about how sorry he is and how much he cares about Bruce, and Bruce is even more confused when Clint leans back and plants a kiss on his lips, demanding Bruce never scare him like that again, oh god, Bruce, I thought you were DEAD!

And Bruce and Clint have to work through the fact that Bruce is now absolutely prone to killing anything in sight during the full moon, but Clint doesn’t care, he loves his Slytherin boyfriend—of course, they make it official a week later, after much coaxing (and kisses) from Clint—and he doesn’t care how scary Bruce gets on the full moon, he’ll always support him. And they have to hide the fact that Bruce is a werewolf from everyone, lest it get around and Bruce get kicked out, so it becomes common knowledge throughout Hogwarts that Clint is a huge romantic who likes to take his boyfriend out for fun time on the full moon, and when Bruce comes back to class the next day, sore and achy, everyone just gives him a knowing look and goes back to their classwork, and it’s a bit embarrassing, but Clint loved spreading the rumor around and he loves how red Bruce’s face gets when someone mentions it or makes a comment about their ‘alone time’.

They have yet to actually go that far, but it’s not because of any lack of enthusiasm on Clint’s part, lemme tell you.

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What it was going to be, we were trying to complicate the relationship between Cap and his S.H.I.E.L.D agent friends. If Hawkeye got a call from S.H.I.E.L.D saying Captain America is a fugitive, would he listen to that call or not listen to that call? That sequence actually was heartbreaking for us to cut it. I think it ultimately might have been a conflict with Renner’s schedule. But there was a great sequence where Hawkeye was chasing Cap through Washington D.C. there was an awesome sequence where they confronted each other in a ravine on the outskirts of D.C. and Hawkeye was shooting a series of arrows closing in on Cap, Cap closing in on him. And then Cap took him down and he realized for the first time that Hawkeye was trying to trick S.H.I.E.L.D, where he whispered something into Cap’s ear that Cap had a tracker on his suit and to punch Hawkeye to make it look real, because there was a Quinjet hovering above where they were watching the feedback back at S.H.I.E.L.D. So it was a cool sequence. By

Details on the cut Hawkeye sequence from Captain America: The Winter Soldier. (via iputabirdonmyhead)

WHY WAS THIS CUT OMG

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