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Erik/Charles | Never Meant To Be [Preview]

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Published on Jun 27, 2011

'Cuz baby you BETTER bet this ain't finished yet.

(I keep getting distracted by Sir Ian McKellen and the urge to rewatch the Trilogy, no matter how upset I was with X3, or how annoying I find X1)

DAMN I've been working on this for a while. Almost a week now. Its been inching along bit by tiny bit, y'see? I kinda got caught up by old Magneto's struggles against the guard at one point. Kept replaying it over and over for some reason.

Got past it, finally, at least, to spit out some more. Been a tad tricky.

(I kinda felt bad for sticking Patrick Stewart in an obvious slashy goodness paired mv for about, oh, five minutes while I gaped at how I could've forgotten little factoids)

Ahh, X-Men. You are becoming much to addicting. The sad thing? Come midnight Tuesday (or Wednesday, given how you look at things) I'll be back to obsessing over Shia LeBouf again.

James McAvoy, you've had a good run in my mind (I mean, I went to see FC three times just because of Charles and Erik's epic gay romantic tragedy -- on the third time I realized that Mystique really DOES need to put some damn clothes on because REALLY girl, you don't live in a nudist colony) and he might clog up the highways again alongside Tom Hiddleston in, oh, five days or so.

Shia LeBouf, for being pretty much my childhood baseline addiction (dude, Even Stevens was AWESOME and plus he looks like my little brother...no joke, its a near perfect match, I swear) tends to only hold my attention for a short period of time (a week at most) because he's, well, a childhood addiction? I dunno, because I follow his movie/filmography almost rigorously and its easy to go back and watch his stuff whereas Tom Hiddleston and James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender I had never heard of until, well, Thor and FC came out.

Now I'm wondering why I never went to see Penelope, where the heck my head was when Atonement came out, and why the hell didn't I even realize Wanted was maybe worthwhile? And where were my eyes looking when Tumnus showed up in Narnia because dammit, it obviously wasn't at HIM!

Yeah. Enough rambles. Enjoy your preview.

(The other stuff is being worked on too, so shush)

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