It’s only now that he’s been corrupted that I can fully appreciate the real Peeta. Even more than I would’ve if he’d died. The kindness, the steadiness, the warmth that had an unexpected heat behind it.
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cause they are trying to pick up women instead of work out. also because they are giant d-bags.
He like ran for like
Q: I put that I love Peeta because I didn't want you taking my view and believing that I was only feeling this way because I shipped Galeniss or because I was a die hard Gale fan and thought that I seen no wrong in him and hated Peeta or just something like that.
Q: I love Peeta to death but I think people in this fandom need to re read Mockingjay and remember the conversation Gale had with Katniss because it wasn't like how the movie portrayed it to be. Yes, I know Gale was in the wrong but Francis Lawrence's portrayal of that scene was poor.
I don’t think anyone is arguing that point. I along with other die hard Peeta fans and some straight up Gale haters have been noting the stark difference between movie!gale and canon!gale in this specific scene…
I have basically been taking a backseat during this promotion because it’s been weak sauce at best so I don’t even have it in me to speculate why this scene was written the way it was…
Maybe Francis doesn’t get Gale, maybe Francis is expediting the character development of Gale to show his (sometimes blind) devotion to the rebellion. Or maybe since it was a 3 second clip and we are seeing it out of context because that’s how trailers work…
Anyways I can totally see why Gale lovers would be annoyed by how he was portrayed in that scene (welcome to the club: Peeta Mellark defense department represent!).
but idk what to tell you besides most people know the scene is skewed from the book, and that if people want to be mad and yell about movie!gale it’s not only their right, but there is little anyone can do about that…
Fandoms breed passion…it’s how it works…
Gale:: everyone has a choice Katniss and I would rather die than show a prisoner of war any kind of compassion