immagroot asked:

ayyyyyyy, could you tell me where are these gifs /post/92012644649/yer-killin-me-sebastian-your-pretty-face-is come from? video title or anything? because honestly i was looking all around the internet and didn't find anything


I know you also asked “i am talking especially about first gif” which is:


It’s from a featurette on the Spread dvd. I posted two different videos from the two featurettes:

But, because this ONE MOMENT he did this face had nothing to do with him really (I think it was when Margarita Levieva was talking about something random), I omitted that part of the featurette. So sorry! But, above, you can see the two SEB ONLY parts of the featurette.

Anonymous asked:

Thank you for the audio commentary!! I cant believe thats all they said! And they soooo underused him in the movie. Such a horrible movie btw. Thanks again!

No prob! Ugh, yeah. I’m not a big Ashton Kutcher fan, so that movie and it’s commentary is a bit hard to take. He is very underused in every movie he’s in! I hope his time will come soon for a REALLY good STARRING role (so he can stop apologizing for his filmography in public!) He’s earned it!


As an unknown actor in the early ’50s, Paul Newman fought to play Hal Carter, the lead role in William Inge’s Pulitzer Prize–winning play Picnic. But the director wasn’t convinced Newman’s physique was fit enough for Hal, who appears naked from the waist up in most of his scenes. Eventually, Newman worked his way up to the from a supporting role, garnering critical acclaim and jump-starting his legendary acting career. Fast forward sixty years later to another relatively unknown actor, Sebastian Stan, a Romanian import best known for stint as Sigourney Weaver’s son in Political Animals and his supporting role in Captain America: The First Avenger. Like Newman, Stan was gunning for the lead in Captain America, but he was offered the role of the hero’s comparatively less-buff sidekick instead. Judging from the current state of his six-pack abs, however, he clearly didn’t have any trouble convincing director Sam Gold that he was ripped enough for Picnic’s Hal. x