James McAvoy for Details Magazine
20: The Alternative Factor
#*the love of his life
#the way Eriks face just drops though
#so erik grew up his entire life #thinking he was a freak and a monster #and no one could possibly care for nor understand nor love him #and charles comes into his life #and changes all of that #and gives him hope and shows him serenity and offers him love #and at the end of all that#even after he initially betrays charles #erik believes he’s doing the right thing #the /good/ thing #until this moment#when he hurts charles #with more than a punch or a betrayal #he’s sent to his knees screaming in agony #and erik realises #that although he thinks his path is the right one#he’s not a good person and he knows that #he’s /still/ a monster #because he wasn’t thinking charles is hurt and he’s /still a monster/ #he always was #always will be (via thedetectivedoesntdance)
Aggressive/Dramatic Zuko that make me giggle.
Zuko is basically the most perfectly accurate teenager ever to appeal on TV.
I love Zuko man.
Goodbye, old friend.
"…You know, one day the government is going to realize that how lucky they were to have Professor X on their side."
charles: “…I suppose I am a real professor, aren’t I? Next thing you know, I’ll be going bald. […] We’re still on the government side. We’re still G-Men. Just without the ‘G’ “"…No. You’re your o w n team now. It’s better. You’re X-Men. ”
charles: “… Y e s, I like the sound of t h a t.”