if you think about it, jim has probably never known a love and a friendship that runs as deep, strong, and forgiving as bones’
if you also think about it, bones is probably the only reason jim stayed afloat that first year at academy
if you think about it even more, jim probably fucked up a lot so he would give bones a reason to care about something again and realize how useful his skills are
karl urban + being a smiling nerd
Chris Pine—did you seriously forget the word for “numbers”?
Wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of humanity.
14/50 photos of Chris Pine
Marie Claire, february 2014.
And I’d do anything to make you stay
"You’re an old-fashioned boy, McCoy," Jim says, elbowing Bones in the rib and grinning as Bones winces at the thought of transporter travel. He still makes Bones go, but promises they can take the shuttle next time.
"You’re an old-fashioned boy, McCoy," Jim says when Bones suggests that they stop fucking around, start seeing each other exclusively. Jim shrugs and agrees—he hasn’t much cared for sharing his bed with anyone else lately anyway.
"You’re an old-fashioned boy, McCoy," Jim says when Bones decides to forego the agonizer, administer the foolish young ensign’s punishment with his bare hands. It’s less efficient, but Jim has to admire the artistry.
"You’re an old-fashioned boy, McCoy," Jim says, smiling before he leans in to kiss him, slipping the gold band onto his ring finger. He didn’t think Bones would want to get married again after how things had gone down with Jocelyn—and though Jim had been impressed by the way Bones has all but turned her inside-out, it had been a shame for a marriage to end that way—but Jim was, as ever, the exception to Bones’ rules.
"You’re an old-fashioned boy, McCoy," Jim says tiredly when Bones insists on checking Jim’s pulse with two fingers, doesn’t quite trust the tricorder to tell him everything he needs to know. But it’s times like this, when Jim is leaning into Bones’ touch, that he’s glad to have found such an old-fashioned sort of guy to call his own.
the interview wherein they royally piss off the reporter || dedicated to prettybadpokerface
The first day of filming on the Avengers was definitely one of the great moments of my life; a bunch of fully grown adults, most of whom were stonking great movie stars, all pointing and laughing at each other.
"Look at you in your Spandex!" "Well, look at you in your Spandex!""
“Essentially, all the Guardians start out the movie as bastards - except Groot. He’s an innocent. He’s a hundred percent deadly and a hundred percent sweet. He’s caught up in Rocket’s life, really.” -James Gunn