I found this pic on the Tom Hardy Admirers Across Continents Facebook (THAAC). Don’t know who took it. The person who posted it said it isn’t his son and it was taken in Namibia. It’s a cool pic! Too bad there wasn’t a little Bane kid!
Loeb said Marvel had something special for Gregg, something that’s never been seen before. It featured a trailer of Coulson’s moments starting with “Iron Man.”
“An Honest Man. An Honorable Man. A Man of S.H.I.E.L.D.” the trailer read interspersed between some of Coulson’s best moments. “We thank him for his bravery.”
The reel went to his heroic death scene. “We remember his Legacy. Always,” said the trailer. “Rest in Peace, Agent Phil Coulson 1969 - 2012.” At the end of the trailer, Gregg looked to be crying.
An emotional Gregg took the stage.
“I grew up loving comics,” he said. “One of the greatest things about it is that I got to connect with people like you, so thank you for being apart of it.”
The crowd began chanting “COULSON! COULSON!”
“I just want to say because I won’t have another chance to ask this — ‘Have you heard of a Life Model Decoy?’” asked Gregg. “I don’t know if you’ve read the theories from the people on Twitter, but there’s this guy called the Vision. I don’t know if you saw the UK version of the DVD, but the blade wasn’t coming out of his chest. There’s a tesseract!
“All around the globe you can see graffiti, bumper stickers that say ‘Coulson Lives!’ You have the power, Jeph! I feel like we could make this happen right now!”
“This is not like Tinkerbell, you don’t get to clap!” said Loeb.
And then, suddenly, Joss Whedon showed up onscreen amongst applause.
“We all love Clark Gregg, there’s no doubt about that,” Whedon said. “From before we made ‘The Avengers,’ we discussed whether there was a way for him to be a part of the Marvel Universe, perhaps a part of a TV show even after his death. … The fact of the matter is, as much as we love him, now that I’m really running Marvel, I like to keep a type of artistic integrity, which means we don’t stretch the bounds of reality.”
“There was never going to be a ‘S.H.I.E.L.D.’ show without Agent Phil Coulson!” said Feige, who appeared behind Whedon, wearing a COULSON LIVES shirt.
“You know what my favorite Superhero movie of the summer was? Magic Mike. I’m serious, my friend Channing Tatum was so great in that. And you know what my favorite part of Magic Mike was? This part…”
I had to reblog this because of reasons.
Oh my god, there’s more.
I CAN’T STOP SOBBING.
HE LOOKS LIKE A SEXY NERD WITH THOSE GLASSES.
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Awwww! I love you too beautiful anon!!