Sebastian Stan Just Dragged His Own Movies & Marvel Fans Are Living For It
Sebastian Stan may play Bucky Barnes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but that doesn’t mean he’s not allowed to publicly trash the “bad, inconsistent, out-of-character writing” in his films. That’s what fans think Sebastian just did when he posted a response to Marvel UK & Ireland’s Bucky tweet that slammed the writing of the show.
In his Instagram Stories, he posted a blushing face next to @TheNenya’s tweet. It read, “together until the end of the line. Or until bad, inconsistent, out-of-character writing turns Steve Rogers into his own anti-thesis. Shouldn’t it be ‘together until the end of the lie’ now?” Boom! Roasted.
While some have been critical about actors voicing their dissatisfaction of their films, it appears that Marvel fans are quite honestly living for the shade.
john boyega and sebastian stan talking shit about their writers in the ig dms right now pic.twitter.com/xesQF0STKM
— mae 😳 (@patrocIusbucky) January 30, 2020
sebastian stan while kevin feige and mickey mouse are threatening to fire him over his comments about the writers giving steve / stevebucky bad and inconsistent writing pic.twitter.com/cY34ZQOcMW
— mari 824 (@dicksgraysn) January 30, 2020
sebastian stan and oscar isaac after posting That instagram story and tweeting That tweet pic.twitter.com/yu2damammh
— hels (@nomadsteves) January 30, 2020
Marvel is owned by Disney, and Star Wars star John Boyega has been pretty vocal about his unwillingness to go to Disney+ streaming service.
While talking to Variety, he said, “You ain’t going to Disney Plus me! […] I’m watching it, though, but I’ll stay in the feature films.” Co-star Ocaar Isaac shared similar sentiments, expressing he was “happy and feeling fulfilled that the task is complete.”
John also hilariously shaded Disney fans who hated on his character with an Instagram video.
Honestly, if the fans are loving Sebastian and John’s honestly about their own films, why should Disney be mad? All publicity is good publicity, right?