< Oh my Sebastian Stan
This blog is dedicated to the Maddest Hatter, most loyal friend and best actor of everything Sebastian Stan. Enjoy your stay! P.S. you can leave your feels here.



Sebastian Stan as Ben in The Apparition 2012

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What's your Seb's favourite quote? Mine it's "Embrace your differences and the qualities that you think are weird. Eventually they're going to be the only things separating you from everyone else.", I say that to myself every morning in front of the mirror before school to motivate me.


oh yes this is definitely one of my favourite! also this one:

I fear sometimes that people sort of see me a certain way from some of these roles, and I can’t wait for the opportunity to be like, “I’m such a dork!” Really, really — I’m such a dork. I just pretend to be cool.”

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I'm just sad that he wouldn't want me even if I did get the chance to meet him


i understand what it’s like to love a celebrity, it can be really heartbreaking and it sucks and even though i don’t even know you, i don’t want you to be sad over something like this, okay? you’re a wonderful person and there are lots of people who would want you and you deserve to be happy, so please don’t be sad *hugs*

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Sebastian Stan at the Broadway ‘Picnic' Opening Night. 

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I didn’t know anything about the comic books. Even when I auditioned, I didn’t. And I liked that, because I didn’t want to have particular ideas. I wanted to find the characters and connections naturally. And I did. Steve Rogers and Bucky are both orphans and kind of like brothers. They kind of grow up together and look after each other. It’s a very human, relatable thing. And growing up in the Army is a very specific thing. There’s a certain way these guys carry themselves, there’s a certain etiquette, a certain body posture, the way that they interact. So I went back and read the comics and watched a lot of documentaries on World War II. “Band of Brothers” was very helpful. I wanted to make sure I respected the themes in the comics that people related to about Bucky. But at the same time, in my head, we were shooting a movie that takes place in 1944 and it is about a bunch of guys going to war and how they’re going to look out for each other. Bucky always protects and looks out for Steve Rogers. I also wanted to look out for how their relationship changes once Steve Rogers becomes Captain America. There’s always a competition and they’re always one-upping each other. I paid attention to how Bucky is affected by Steve’s change and suddenly Steve is this leader.

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