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i’m not saying bucky should spend most of cap 3 crying and kissing steve, but i am saying they’d be smart to play to sebastian stan’s strengths
I’ve never wanted to be a blue paste-like substance more in my whole life than what I do at this very moment….
His body is so damn Sasha Fierce but his face screams Johnny the tackling Alzheimer patient…
need someone to kiss my neck asap!!!!
ok, idk how easy this is to read but since everyone is discussing dates, i went to the movie to check. this is steve’s rejection from the beginning, his birthday is in the upper right corner and there’s ANOTHEr date in the lower left which I think is supposed to be a today’s date kind of thing and it looks to be June 14 1943
so there we go, steve enlists in mid 1943
How interesting that you would mention this, because I’ve recently been thinking he didn’t enlist. His serial number, which he’s heard muttering when Steve comes to rescue him, starts “32557.”
According to this fabulous WWII serial number generator, an enlisted man from New York should have a serial number starting with the numbers “12.”
A New York man with a serial number starting with “32”? Drafted. What we may be dealing with here is a Bucky who didn’t choose to go to war but was instead compelled to do so versus a Steve who is desperate to get in. I think it opens up a lot of different and interesting storylines for the two of them.
There’s been some great meta/discussion about this in the last couple days, which I think is great.
Makes you wonder if Bucky got the draft, and then, knowing how Steve felt about things, told his best buddy he was “enlisting.” Because how do you face this skinny, brave idiot who just won’t stop trying to volunteer that you wouldn’t be going if you didn’t have to?
That makes the contrast between the Winter Soldier and Captain America that little bit stronger. Bucky got enlisted, captured, experimented on against his will, and turned into Winter Solider. Steve signed up, volunteered for the SSR project, was given the serum with his full consent, and then aided in the was he shaped Captain America as a soldier.
Steve walks into his apartment one day to find his entire entertainment system has received an upgrade. New TV, new surround sound, bluray, HD cables everywhere, the works. And there’s a Stark hard drive hooked into the TV, pre-packed with hundreds of “must see” TV shows and movies. There’s a sticky note on the top of the TV:
My security systems seem to think you saved my life. Pretty sure I would have taken care of it myself, but, hey: thanks for saving me the trouble, I guess.
Steve smiles and settles into watch this “I Love Lucy” that had been on his list for a while. Every episode is digitally remastered (but NOT digitally colored) on that Stark hard drive. And he makes a note to drive up to New York next weekend on his bike. Maybe take Stark out to dinner as a thank you. Korean BBQ is still on his list. He’d heard good things.