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Hi, i'm Sofía. i'm 19 years old and i'm Mexican♥.


seriously jealousy is the worst emotion 

you’re not only really sad but you’re really annoyed and helpless at the same time

and you feel pathetic like you’re ruining people’s fun but don’t want to be left out so you just sit around quietly annoyed


Watch this. For the love of god you will not regret watching this.


i want a tumblr buddy from a different country that i just exchange things with u no what i mean like they can send me candy from where they live and id send them american candy or we could send friendship bracelets and letters and drawings and just anything and itd be rly cute and frick man


Happy 37th Birthday to Michael Fassbender! (April 2nd, 1977)


Charles, this is a serious misuse of your powers.

this is a serious misuse of your powers Charles


The  amazing adventures of of a telepath on the run 

 (see the firstsecondthird, fourth)

Afterward, we’re taken to a much larger stage that is inhabited by a wingless jet (a regular one, not the X-Jet, unfortunately) sitting atop a hydraulic rig. It’s inside this jet that today’s scenes are being shot with stars Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy and Nicholas Hoult. Hoult is ‘flying’ the jet, but when things get heated between Magneto and Charles in the rear, Magneto takes control using his powers and causes it to do a dive. This is where the hydraulic lift comes in.

Controlled by a device that to my untrained eyes look like a pair of rings, the operator slowly dips the plane so that its nose is pointing almost at a 45 degree angle. Inside, James McAvoy tumbles onto a nearby couch, glasses and papers fall from the tables they were resting on, but Michael Fassbender does not move thanks to a pair of clasps keeping him on the floor. As their argument reaches its peak, Fassbender’s character realizes what he’s done, and the plane levels out once again.


—Details from Superhero Hype’s X-Men: Days of Future Past set visit

(“things get heated between Magneto and Charles in the rear” <—-I’ll just leave that there)