Jeremy Renner was spotted with his two-month-old baby daughter, Ava Berlin Renner, in Downtown Los Angeles on Sunday.
The Avengers 2 star was adjusting his daughter’s stroller as he and his former girlfriend and baby mama, Sonni Pacheco, spent the day shopping.
It was rare father-daughter time because Renner is currently busy shooting his new movie American Hustle. Look at those adorable little hands!
Creepy paparazzi photo. BUT daddy!Renner omg <3 (Also it calls him an Avengers 2 star. Can I take THAT as confirmation?)
After making a mere $84 million at the U.S. box office, Star Trek Into Darkness is considered by some to be a disappointment. Perhaps the problem is that it was a touch confusing. To help our readers better understand it, we’ve complied and answered these Frequently Asked Questions about the movie.
Maximum spoilers ahead…
How does the movie start?
Well, with Kirk and Bones fucking with a planet of primitive aliens. They steal some kind of holy scroll, and then get chased through a red jungle.
Seems like kind of a dick move.
Well, it’s not very clear, but ostensibly they’ve stolen the scroll to get chased, in order to draw the aliens away from a volcano that’s about to explode.
Okay, that seems reasonable.
Except that 1) when the volcano erupts, it’s going to kill everybody on the planet, so it hardly matters where they are, and 2) Spock is getting dropped down into the volcano to set off a cold fusion bomb.
Yeah, he sets off the cold fusion bomb and all the lava freezes.
You know cold fusion isn’t actually cold, right? It’s only “cold” in the sense that opposed to regular fusion it’s not a bazillion degrees hot.
And did you say Spock was in the volcano? Why the hell didn’t they just beam the bomb in there?
Um, something about the planet’s magnetic field. Although they do beam Spock out of the volcano just a few minutes later, so…
And why did Spock have to go with the bomb to set it off? Are you telling me in the 23rd century that people don’t have a way to detonate bombs remotely? That’s stupid.
And why the fuck is the Enterprise just carrying around a cold fusion suitcase bomb anyways?
Look, you’re getting very upset, and this is just the first scene of the movie.
(I was going to make a post about how mad Star Trek made me, but this does it better, with bonus tears of laughter. )
oh my god this is actually the best thing
here we have a picture of a majestic national treasure and the Washington Monument
I hate when people ask, “What advice do you want to give your fans?” It’s just weird because that question always presents, “So, why are you better?” And I’m literally the same as my fans, which is why it’s so cool. I thank them too. The same reason they like me, I’m sure I’d like them. It’s common ground, and it’s because I’m placed on this pedestal, it looks like, “Wow, it’s so incredible that you can be that way,” but not really. It’s so weird. Trust me, come on up; you’ll see there’s really no difference.
You haven’t truly achieved success until you can have this on your desk.
I;m sorry but all I can think about is that this is on Nick Fury’s desk at SHIELD HQ.
Or Jasper’s since he swears a lot(in my headcanon, Gayle’s and Kate’s and maybe a few others he does) and so it was a gift from Clint for reaching level 7 and after being on baby agent duty for a few months and he heard him say this to them at a training session one REALLY bad day.
Maria just shakes her head and sighs every time she sees that stupid thing on his desk and threatens to throw out into the Hudson if he doesn’t get rid of it in a week.
She never does though because deep down, she knows it’s true and it is kinda funny.
(Yeah I don’t know either)
SITWELL TOTALLY HAS THIS ON HIS DESK. He tucks his wedding band behind it before he goes to hand-to-hand, and when Maria asks why the hell THERE, he tells her, “No one’s gonna take the nameplate. They’re terrified it’s wired.”
“Honey, it is wired.”