THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY SOLDIERS (A PASTICHE) → a ww1 au
it’s 1917 (because all ww1 soldiers from popular culture die/are injured in that year) in a region of france as yet undetermined (but probably near amiens) and six soldiers (dan stevens’ captain matthew crawley, tom hiddleston’s captain nicholls, eddie redmayne’s captain stephen wraysford, benedict cumberbatch’s christopher tietjens, matthew goode’s captain gray and daniel radcliffe’s captain jack kipling) find themselves separated from their companies.
forced to make shelter until the morning, there follows a night where they whine about their loves, their tragic lives and worst of all- bad war arcs. it’s tough (and gets tougher when leonardo dicaprio’s major jay gatsby pitches up and harps on about some girl called daisy until the break of day) but half of them are dead 2 weeks later so not too bad in hindsight
(via jollywithyourhair)Source: ascuas