Gamora Served Us The Sassiest Meme Post-Endgame And You're Going To Feel Seen
Girl gets it.
Sometimes the Endgame is kicking an evil scrotum chinned villain into oblivion with all of your superhero friends.
And sometimes the Endgame is LOLs.
The Gamora putting on makeup meme is the post-Avengers: Endgame content we all need and I’m living for it. It all started when Zoe Saldana, the actor who plays Gamora, posted this behind the scenes clip on her Instagram.
Girl is delivering pure sass and the Internet knew exactly what to do.
I present you with the greenest meme in the galaxy:
I didn’t know I needed a meme about fresh produce until now. It’s too real.
This one just hurts:
I feel seen.
And this one is slightly distressing (mostly because not vaccinating your children is distressing. But that’s a conversation for another time).
Bless you Zoe Saldana for being the green sass queen that you are. And bless you internet for always understanding what’s in our hearts.
The Hulk Dropped A Massive Endgame Clue Way Back In Suddenly 30
It’s been one big master plan all along.
Suddenly 30 is basically the same movie as The Avengers.
It has a strong female lead:
You tell ’em!
A team of badasses willing to fight for each other:
YES YOU ARE!
She definitely did NOT wake up like that.
And even two legit Avengers:
Bruce Banner is that you?
Captain Marvel coming through with the high ponytail.
Yes Marvel fans, yes. The Hulk and Captain Marvel were in a movie together before they were The Hulk and Captain Marvel and my fangirl brain has officially exploded.
Unless it wasn’t an accident. Unless they WERE The Hulk and Captain Marvel.
What if Mark Ruffalo and Brie Larson were deliberately included in Suddenly 30 as a part of a bigger plan for The Avengers?
If anyone can plan a conspiracy, the Russo Brothers can.
My new Avengers Endgame theory is that Mark Ruffalo’s character in Suddenly 30 is actually Bruce Banner in disguise. I reckon Bruce travels back to leave a hidden clue for defeating Thanos in Suddenly 30.
I’m not crazy, I have proof.
Brie’s badass superhero stare also makes an appearance in Suddenly 30 which also proves she’s there on a top secret Avengers mission:
It’s been one big master plan all along.
BRB gonna go rewatch Suddenly 30.
She Might Look Like Sansa Stark But Sophie Turner Proves She's No One Hit Wonder In New Dark Phoenix Trailer
Game of Thrones Started her career but it doesn’t define it.
Sophie Turner has played Sansa Stark on Game of Thrones for basically her whole acting career (and half her life).
Playing one role for so long can sometimes mean that people only know you for that role. Sophie has always been Sansa Stark and, in a lot of people’s minds, she will always be Sansa.
It’s the role that defined her career and her personal growth, so it makes sense.
But no one likes a one hit wonder and Sophie had a lot to prove to the world.
Don’t get me wrong: I love her. I think she’s amazing, skilled and a total babe. I also think she’s my soul mate and we’re destined to become sister-friends and move in together with a bunch of husky puppies and Joe Jonas. But ya know…
A girl can dream.
Whatever role Sophie accepted right after Game of Thrones had to make a statement.
Sophie nailed the brief. Not only did she get cast in a huge role, she got cast in another huge franchise: X-Men.
Sophie plays Dark Phoenix AKA Jean Grey AKA another bonafide badass AKA this chick:
Yes, the chick who falls in love with Wolverine.
The trailer for the Dark Phoenix movie just dropped and Sophie well and truly sends a message to her critics.
Girl can act. She also slays the whole anti-villain “don’t piss me off” glare and I love it.
In the most recent episode of Dr Phil’s podcast Phil in the Blanks, Sophie discussed the challenge of the role.
“It was the most challenging thing I’ve ever done, I think, work wise. It was just an abundance of traumatic scenes and emotionally draining scenes,” she said.
“Actually we tried to find links between the things that she was going through and the fantastical things going on in her head and schizophrenia and dissociative identity disorder and things like that. So it was a lot of preparation and a lot of work but it was really fun.”
Sophie also said that people used to call her “wooden” as an actor and that they still do.
As a legit fan of Sophie’s and totally (not) qualified film critic I don’t think her acting is wooden at all. It takes a dynamic actor to take on huge roles like Sansa and Dark Phoenix and Sophie is killing the game.