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2018.09.16 14:08 Anonymous_1-2-3-4-5 MCU Movies Behind the Scenes Facts *Wanted to do this for fun* Day 5: Captain America: The First Avenger

So i'm going to go on IMDB and look at each MCU movies behind the scenes facts and POST THE MOST INTERESTING ONES here, I will post each movie a day instead of what I did before where I did 10 posts, I will start with the first Iron Man and each day will be the next MCU movie after it, ending with Guardians 3, I will also do the Netflix Shows, Agents of Shield and Agent Carter

CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER

1. (At around 37 mins) Hayley Atwell surprisingly touching Chris Evans' chest, as he emerged from the pod upon turning into Captain America, was very much improvised, and the surprise on her face is genuine, as she admitted in interviews she was very taken by Chris' physique and nearly broke character and ruined the take that made it into the film, as a result.

2. Chris Evans declined the role three times before accepting the part. Not out of dislike for the role, but because he feared what the effects of the sudden increase of fame would be on his private life. Then Robert Downey, Jr. convinced him to take the part, and thus gain the freedom to sign on any other role he'd want afterwards. After that, he had a meeting with director Joe Johnston and the producers, who convinced him to take the role.

3. Most of the shots were done by a Los Angeles company called LOLA, that specializes in digital "plastic surgery". The technique involved shrinking Chris Evans in all dimensions. They shot each "skinny Steve" scene at least four times. Once like a normal scene with Evans and his fellow actors and actresses in the scene, once with Evans alone in front of a greenscreen, so his element could be reduced digitally, again with everyone in the scene but with Evans absent, so that the shrunken Steve could be re-inserted into the scene, and finally, with a body double mimicking Evans' actions in case the second technique was required. When Evans had to interact with other characters in the scene, they had to either lower him or raise the other actors and actresses on apple boxes, or elevated walkways to make "skinny Steve" shorter in comparison. For close-ups, Evans' fellow actors and actresses had to look at marks on his chin that represented where his eyes would be after the shrinking process, and Evans had to look at marks on the tops of the actor's head to represent their eyes. The second technique involved grafting Evans' head onto the body double. This technique was used mostly when Evans was sitting or lying down, or when a minimum of physical acting was required.

4. Originally, cameo appearances were planned in the film for James "Logan" Howlett (Wolverine) and Erik Lehnsherr (Magneto), who were present during World War II (Logan was a soldier and Lehnsherr was in an internment camp). These cameos were scrapped due to rights issues.

5. Stanley Tucci took the role of Dr. Erskine because the role enabled him to use a German accent, which he always wanted to do.

6. The comic book that appears in the film bears the cover of the first issue of the actual Captain America Comics, cover-dated March 1941. The cover in this movie is modified from the original version to remove its depiction of Bucky, due to the movie version of the character differing from his (considerably younger) comic counterpart.

7. (At around six minutes) The wall art hiding the Tesseract at the beginning of the film shows the World Tree, the same concept design that Thor (Chris Hemsworth) shared with Dr. Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) in Thor (2011).

8. Hayley Atwell based her performance as Peggy Carter on Ginger Rogers: "She can do everything Captain America can do, but backwards, and in high heels."

9. (At around eleven minutes) In the exhibition, there is a mannequin in a red jumpsuit under a glass dome. That is a reference to the android, the original Human Torch, the first superhero created by Timely Comics (October 1939), which eventually became Marvel Comics. He was also part of The Invaders, along with Namor and Captain America.

10. Even though the vial of serum stolen by the H.Y.D.R.A. agent is broken, another showed up in The Incredible Hulk (2008) to be injected into Emil Blonsky (making him the Abomination). You can even see "Vita-Ray" written on the refrigerated storage container. In Captain America: Civil War (2016), it is revealed that several other super soldiers were eventually created during the Cold War (with a similar-looking serum stolen from Howard Stark), but the process left them aggressive and impossible to control. According to canon, many attempts were made to replicate the super-soldier experiment, but for a yet-unexplained reason, it only ever worked on Steve Rogers.

11. Howard Stark finds the lost Tesseract at the end, which leads him to creating blueprint designs about the cube's structure and overall power, which can be seen in a case of paperwork that Howard's son Tony looks through in the middle of Iron Man 2 (2010).

12. Red Skull's deformed appearance is explained by his body's rejection of the serum, and because he was not worthy, the serum drives him even madder. This is exactly what happened in The Incredible Hulk (2008) to Emil Blonsky when he's injected with the serum, which leads to his transformation into the Abomination.

13. Chris Evans and Sebastian Stan are about the same height. A camera trick (not CGI) made Captain America look much taller than Bucky Barnes.

14. (At around eight minutes) Summary of patient health issues (for skinny Steve Rogers): Asthma, Scarlet fever, Rheumatic fever, Epilepsy, Sinusitis, Chronic or frequent colds, High blood pressure, Palpitations or pounding in heart, Easy fatiguability, Heart Trouble, Nervous trouble of any sort, Has had household contact with tuberculosis patient, Parent/Sibling with diabetes, cancer, stroke or (?).

15. This is Chris Evans' sixth comic book movie after Fantastic Four (2005), Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007), Push (2009), The Losers (2010), and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010). He also voiced Casey Jones in TMNT (2007), also based on a comic book.

16. To prepare for his role as Bucky, Sebastian Stan watched many World War II films and documentaries, and drew inspiration from Band of Brothers (2001).

17. Chris Evans was paid three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000.00) to play the title role.

18. (At around one hour and two minutes) During the escape from the H.Y.D.R.A. facility, Timothy "Dum Dum" Dugan (Neal McDonough) and Gabe Jones (Derek Luke) steal a tank. As they drive away, you hear Dugan exclaim "Wahoo!" In the comics, this is the battle cry of the Howling Commandos, of which both men are members.

19. The comic book version of Captain America's shield is most commonly said to be a mixture of Vibranium and Adamantium. Vibranium = the shield's ability to absorb vibrations; Adamantium = the shield's (near) invincibility. However, because Adamantium is part of the X-Men/Wolverine mythos, which film rights are owned by Twentieth Century Fox, the Adamantium part had to be left out of this version.

20. Shields made of different materials were used depending on what was needed for the shot. Rubber shields were used for when Captain America punches people with it. For scenes where he put the shield on his back, magnets were used to keep it in place. In many of the scenes where he is seen throwing the shield, Chris Evans would mime out the actions of catching and throwing the shield, with the shield being added later, using CGI.

21. Despite being "The First Avenger", Captain America was not the first avenger in the comics. In the comics, Ant-Man, The Wasp, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, and Thor were the first ones. Only after The Incredible Hulk left the team, Captain America joined The Avengers. Nor is Captain America the oldest, as Thor is several centuries older.

22. Joe Simon, who created the "Captain America" comic book in 1941 (before Stan Lee revived it in 1964), was approached to make a cameo appearance in the film.

23. Hugo Weaving has gone on record stating that he is indifferent to the film. He said that he was happy for the experience, but it was not the type of film that he normally preferred. He indicated to have very little interest in reprising his role as the Red Skull, also due to the difficulty of the make-up process involved.

24. After Joss Whedon was hired to direct The Avengers (2012), he was given a copy of this movie's script, and made a few re-writes to tie it more closely to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

25. (At around forty-two minutes) The scene where the submarine fills up with water, was only filmed in three takes, due to Richard Armitage's aquaphobia.

26. Hugo Weaving based the Red Skull's accent on renowned German filmmaker Werner Herzog and Austrian actor Klaus Maria Brandauer.

27. (At around forty-three minutes) Johann Schmidt (Hugo Weaving) is only called the "Red Skull" twice in the movie. First, when the Fuhrer's representatives come to shut down H.Y.D.R.A., and second, in the letter that is read by the German S.S. Officer from Adolf Hitler.

28. Johann Schmidt/Red Skull's (Hugo Weaving's) car was built from scratch over a modified truck chassis. It was twenty-five feet long and eight feet wide. Its design was inspired by the Mercedes 540K and the Mercedes G4, and included an exposed "supercharger" between the front wheels. The car had a 700 horsepower Drexler engine just to move it. Director Joe Johnston actually took it for a drive: "I drove it myself and it has about a thirty-eight-foot turning radius. So it's not a lot of fun to drive. But it looked fantastic. Just a beautiful car."

29. Unlike some of his other fellow actors and actresses, who play parts in the film, Chris Evans didn't have to audition for the role of Steve Rogers/Captain America, since the filmmakers were desperate to have him play the part.

30. Stan Lee's cameo appearance in this film is an exception in the tradition of him appearing in films featuring Marvel Comics superheroes. In this case, Lee had nothing to do with the initial creation of Captain America, but his first story he ever wrote was "Captain America Foils the Traitor's Revenge" in Captain America Comics #3 in 1941, which also had the first appearance of Captain America throwing his shield as a weapon. In addition, he, along with Jack Kirby, was responsible for successfully reviving the character in 1964 in The Avengers #4 and reestablishing him as a major figure in the Marvel Universe.

31. There are several references to Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), which Director Joe Johnston worked on as Art Director: -Red Skull's consumption at the hands of the Tesseract is very similar to how the Ark of the Covenent killed the Nazis. -Captain America throws a H.Y.D.R.A. bad guy into a fighter plane's propeller. -After he holds the Cosmic Cube in his hands, Johann Schmidt/The Red Skull makes a comment about how Adolf Hitler "searches for trinkets in the desert."

32. Throughout the film, Steve uses a side arm, while fighting Skull's forces. In the comics, he used a side arm until realizing that his new shield (that President Franklin D. Roosevelt gives him) could be used as a weapon, by throwing it, and it subsequently replaces the side arm.

33. Chris Evans was attracted to the role of Captain America by its character: "Even if it wasn't a comic book. I think the story of Steve Rogers is great. He's a great guy. Even if it was just a script about anybody, I would probably want to do it. It wasn't necessarily about the comic itself. He's a great character to play. He just happens to be a comic book character."

34. (At around one hour and eighteen minutes) When Steve discovers the gunmetal circular shield in the development office of Howard Stark, he asks what it's made from. Vibranium is a fictional element in the Marvel universe that comes from the country of Wakanda, the land where The Black Panther, another Marvel superhero, lives. Before starring in Black Panther (2018), Black Panther made his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain America: Civil War (2016), where he is the only one who can damage Steve's shield, since his Panther suit is also made from vibranium.

35. The final Paramount Pictures film produced with Marvel Studios. Disney bought the rights to The Avengers (2012) and Iron Man 3 (2013).

36. Captain America's special forces unit that he assembles and leads, is an amalgamation of the characters of Marvel Comics' World War II period titles. These are the 1960s war title, "Sergeant Fury and his Howling Commandos", about an elite special forces infantry unit, and the 1970s "The Invaders", about a superhero team operating during the war, under the command of Captain America. The contributions of the former title include most of the soldier characters, while the latter includes Captain America, Bucky, and James Montgomery Falsworth, who appears in the comic book as the British superhero, Union Jack.

37. The first Captain America comic book makes a cameo in the film. In real-life, this movie was inspired by the comic book, while in the movie, the comic book was inspired by "real-life".

38. In the beginning of the movie, Johann Schmidt, while gazing at the tesseract, says "...And the FĂĽhrer digs for trinkets in the desert." This is reference to another Paramount Pictures movie, Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981). Director Joe Johnston was part of the Academy Award winning visual effects team from Industrial Light & Magic on that film.

39. Louis Leterrier viewed some of the concept art for this movie, and was impressed enough to offer his services, but Marvel Studios turned him down. However, his film (The Incredible Hulk (2008)) features a small appearance by Captain America: a deleted scene set in the Arctic, features his body hidden in a slab of ice.

40. While Abraham Erskine is still a German defector, the movie adds the additional twist that before defecting, he was forced to test the serum in Germany on Johann Schmidt.

41. Chapter Five of Phase One in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

42. This is the fifth live-action adaptation of the superhero. The first, was the serial Captain America (1944); the second, was the television movie Captain America (1979), and its sequel Captain America II: Death Too Soon (1979); and the fourth, was the theatrical film Captain America (1990).

43. CAMEO: Stan Lee: (At around one hour and twelve minutes) Military dignitary at a medal ceremony for Captain America. He is also the older gentleman saying: "I thought he'd be taller", when Captain America fails to show up at Senator Brandt's ceremony. This is Lee's only cameo in a feature film adaptation of a Marvel Comics superhero character where he was not an original creator. However, he did create the element of Captain America using his shield as a returning throwing weapon in an early text story in Captain America Comics #3, "Captain America Foils the Traitor's Revenge". Furthermore, he was responsible for reviving the character in the 1960s, first as a member of The Avengers, and then in a solo series which focused on the hero being a troubled man out of his time after years of being in suspended animation.

44. Reb Brown and Matt Salinger, who portrayed Captain America in previous adaptations, separately contacted producers for the opportunity to make cameos in the film.

45. CAMEO: Reb Brown, who played the title character in Captain America (1979) and Captain America II: Death Too Soon (1979). cameos as an Officer sitting next to Stan Lee

46. Samuel L. Jackson filmed a scene for this movie in New York City's Time Square, which served as a prelude to The Avengers (2012).

47. Sebastian Stan was considered for the role of Captain America, but got the role of Bucky instead.

48. It is the last Marvel movie to be distributed by Paramount Pictures.

49. Sam Worthington and Will Smith were in early talks for the role of Captain America. Later on, Garrett Hedlund, Channing Tatum, Scott Porter, Mike Vogel, Sebastian Stan, Chris Evans, Wilson Bethel, John Krasinski, Chad Michael Murray, Michael Cassidy, Chace Crawford, Derek Theler, and Jensen Ackles were on the final shortlist for the role. Kellan Lutz, Ryan Phillippe, and Alexander SkarsgĂĄrd carried out auditions, but ultimately, the role went to Evans. Stan eventually secured the role of Bucky Barnes. Murray, Theler, and Bethel were cast in television series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with Murray as Jack Thompson in Agent Carter (2015), Theler as Craig Hollis/Mr. Immortal in New Warriors, and Bethel as Benjamin 'Dex' PoindexteBullseye in season three of Daredevil (2015).

50. Joe Johnston was chosen as the film's director because of his previous work on the period films The Rocketeer (1991) and October Sky (1999).

51. (At around fifty minutes) Laura Haddock played an autograph seeker. She played Peter "Star-Lord" Quill's mother Meredith Quill in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017).

52. Howard Stark's flying car made an appearance on Agent Carter (2015), finally in perfect working order. The vehicles were also used by S.H.I.E.L.D. Agents in the Marvel Comics Universe (made by Tony Stark), and appeared on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013).

53. Paul Warren (an experienced film double and actor, mostly known for roles wearing prosthetics) was used in pre-production to help develop the "skinny Steve Rogers" effect by CGI Supervisor Christopher Townsend, as well as one of the "skinny Steve" on-set stand-ins. English Shakespearean trained stage actor, Leander Deeny, was used on-set as the "skinny Steve" double when Chris Evans was sitting or lying down, or when a minimum of physical movement was required.

54. Edgar Wright had been rumored to have secretly re-written the film, but he publicly denied this. Wright wrote his own Marvel Studios film, Ant-Man (2015), but left the film before it was finished, due to a falling out with Marvel.

55. To prepare for her role as Peggy Carter, Hayley Atwell trained six days a week.

56. Despite being "The First Avenger", it is the last solo Avenger film to be released before the team-up film, The Avengers (2012).

57. The film takes place from March 1942 to May 1945, and in 2012.

58. Joe Johnston also directed The Rocketeer (1991). In that film, the hero, Cliff Secord, finds a rocket pack created by Howard Hughes, thus becoming The Rocketeer. In this film, Captain America obtains his iconic shield from Howard Stark, a character closely based on Howard Hughes.

59. Alice Eve, Gemma Arterton, and Keira Knightley were considered for the role of Peggy Carter. Emily Blunt turned down the role.

60. Originally, cameo appearances were planned in the film for Namor the Sub-Mariner, the Prince of Atlantis, but this was scrapped.

61. In the comics, Captain America was frozen for only two decades and revived in the 1960s. Since this movie came out in 2011, they had to change the story so that he was frozen closer to seventy years.

62. Scarlett Johansson was rumored to be reprising her role as Black Widow in this movie, but this never came to be. It would have been most likely that her role would have been Amanda Righetti's role as the S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent pretending to be Steve's nurse at the end of the movie.

63. The film takes place seventy years before The Avengers (2012).

64. Jon Favreau was originally chosen by Marvel Studios to direct this film (which he intended to make as a buddy comedy), but he chose to direct Iron Man (2008). Nick Cassavetes, was also considered to direct this film, and had been set as a director for Iron Man (2008) in December 2004.

65. David Bradley and Toby Jones appeared in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002), along with Sir Kenneth Branagh, the director of Thor (2011).

66. Three actors in this film played characters on Doctor Who (2005) alongside Matt Smith. Toby Jones (Dr. Zola) as the Dream Lord, David Bradley (Tower Keeper) as Solomon, and Jenna Coleman (Connie) as Clara Oswald.

67. Dane Cook, Kevin Jonas, and Joe Jonas auditioned for the role of Steve Rogers/Captain America.

68. The Hollywood Reporter revealed that Rosamund Pike and Alexa Davalos screentested for the role of Peggy Carter.

69. All three Captain America movies involve Captain America falling into a body of water: the Arctic Ocean in this movie, the Potomac River in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), and possibly the River Spree in Captain America: Civil War (2016).

70. Captain America does not possess any supernatural powers. The Super-Soldier serum that was used to transform him brought him to the absolute upper limits of a human's potential. Any chance of replicating this effect was lost with him, making him the only Super Soldier in history.

71. Hugo Weaving's second consecutive collaboration with Joe Johnston, having worked with him previously on The Wolfman (2010).

72. The date that this movie came out in 2011, July 22, is the same date that Captain America (1990) premiered on home video in the U.S. in 1992.

73. Captain America was the last solo Avenger who hadn't appeared in a Marvel Cinematic Universe film before his own solo film until Ant-Man (2015).

74. Chris Evans is the fourth actor to play Captain America. Following Matt Salinger in Captain America (1990), Reb Brown in Captain America (1979) and Captain America II: Death Too Soon (1979), and Dick Purcell in Captain America (1944).

75. The only MCU film directed by an Oscar winner.

76. When Captain America attacks the base and finds the prisoners, he finds Bucky strapped to a table and very out of it. Later, Bucky falls to his apparent doom into the frozen river. In the comic books, Bucky becomes the Winter Soldier, so these events set up his return in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) and other films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Plus, speaking together with some crosstalk, Joe Johnston, Shelly Johnson, and Jeffrey Ford said on the audio commentary, that the experiments performed by Zola, enabled Barnes to survive the fall shown in the film.

77. Baron Zemo and Baron von Strucker originally appeared as side villains working with the Red Skull, but the writers cut them from the script due to fears that they would be wasted in such small roles. Strucker ended up being used in the post-credits sequence of Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), as well as a brief role in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), while Zemo became a villain in Captain America: Civil War (2016) (although not as a H.Y.D.R.A. agent).

78. (At around seventeen minutes) Arnim Zola's first appearance, in the form of his face as an image on a television screen, is evocative of the "classic" comic book Zola, whose body was a headless hulk containing his preserved consciousness with a viewscreen on its chest displaying an image of his face. When Zola is gathering his papers before the Red Skull self-destructs the base (at around one hour and three minutes), the schematic for that robot body is visible as he packs it, establishing the possibility of him reappearing in modern times (which is what happened in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)).
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2018.09.10 19:05 jamiesugah Amazon Prime Video at NYCC 2018

Amazon Prime Video today announced its lineup for New York Comic Con 2018. The panels feature highly-anticipated new Prime Original series Good Omens and The Boys, as well as returning favorites The Man in the High Castle and Lore. Cast and creators participating in the panels include Neil Gaiman, showrunner of Good Omens along with series stars Michael Sheen and David Tennant; The Man in the High Castle executive producer Isa Dick Hackett along with cast members; Gale Anne Hurd, executive producer of Lore; and Eric Kripke showrunner of The Boys. Cast and creators will also participate in press rooms and autograph signings.
Comic-Con attendees will be treated to surprises and exclusive first looks at two exciting 2019 series, Good Omens and The Boys, as well as given a sneak-peak into this fall’s upcoming season of Lore. Additionally, Prime Video will present an exclusive premiere screening for The Man in the High Castle and Q&A with cast and creators ahead of the Friday, October 5 season three debut.
Also announced today is a unique fan experience at NYCC for the forthcoming series Good Omens. On the convention floor, a peculiar elevator will carry guests to an undisclosed location, detailing their fate in the great cosmic chess game between good and evil. Doors will open to reveal guests’ ill-fated luck, or alternately their blessed end, as they step inside either Heaven or Hell. “Heaven” will welcome guests to fussy angel Aziraphale’s bookshop, where they can explore the antiquities within and even try their hand at speaking to God. Guests destined for “Hell,” will be welcomed to hop inside loose-living demon Crowley’s 1926 Bentley for a devilish photo moment. Fans unable to attend NYCC will get the chance to digitally interact with the experience through a series of social media extensions.
A current schedule can be found below.
Prime Video New York Comic Con Schedule:
The Man in the High Castle panel
Thursday, October 4, 6:00pm-7:30pm
Hammerstein Ballroom
Panelists: Executive Producer Isa Dick Hackett and cast members Alexa Davalos, Rufus Sewell, Joel De La Fuente and Chelah Horsdal
Panel description: To celebrate the premiere of season three of the Emmy Award-winning series The Man in the High Castle, Prime Video will give fans a sneak peek premiere screening followed by a Q&A with cast and creators ahead of its October 5 launch.
The Man in the High Castle signing
Thursday, October 4, 4:00pm-5:00pm
Private signing room at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
Exclusive autograph signing for each series will take place at the Javits Center, the day of each panel. Prime Video follows New York Comic Con’s private autographing drawing which opens in mid-September. Visit www.newyorkcomiccon.com for more info.
Lore panel
Friday, October 5, 12:00pm-1:00pm
Hammerstein Ballroom
Panelists: Executive Producers Gale Anne Hurd and Howard T. Owens, showrunner Sean Crouch, podcast creator Aaron Mahnke and cast members Josh Bowman, Thomas Kretschmann, Elie Haddad and Alicia Witt
*panelists subject to change
Panel description: The Lore panel will feature cast and producers from the thrilling anthology series’ highly anticipated season two, including a first look at footage from the new season. Season two will feature new tales from the podcast, as well as original stories not yet available in podcast form, and will star new cast members.
Lore signing
Friday, October 5, 4:00pm-5:00pm
Private signing room at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
Exclusive autograph signing for each series will take place at the Javits Center, the day of each panel. Prime Video follows New York Comic Con’s private autographing drawing which opens in mid-September. Visit www.newyorkcomiccon.com for more info.
The Boys panel
Friday, October 5th, 3:00pm-4:00pm
Hammerstein Ballroom
Panelists: Eric Kripke, Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Erin Moriarty, and others to be revealed!
Panel description: Show creators and the cast discuss what makes this series so different from all other superhero shows. In the universe of The Boys, superheroes are really the bad guys and The Boys are the fed-up vigilantes who are going to take them down. They’ll converge on stage to hash it out and reveal a first look at the show.
*The Boys Signing timing will be announced at a later date
Good Omens panel
Saturday, October 6th, 10:00am-11:00am
Madison Square Garden
Panelists: Neil Gaiman, Douglas Mackinnon, David Tennant, Michael Sheen, Miranda Richardson, and others to be revealed!
Panel description: The forces of good and evil take the stage to give fans a first ever sneak-peak of the highly anticipated series adaptation of Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman’s best-selling Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch novel. A dark, comedic story set in modern day Britain that centers on the stoic and sensible angel, Aziraphale (played by Sheen) and the suave man-about-town demon, Crowley (played by Tennant) as they join forces to prevent the coming of the Apocalypse.
*Good Omens Signing timing will be announced at a later date
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2016.04.23 18:03 AutoModerator Race Day Discussion: Foxboro

Foxboro

Round Date City Venue Start Time Coast Live Timing
15 Apr 23 Foxboro, MA Gilette Stadium 12:30pm PST E Live Timing

450 Points Standings

Pos Rider Points Pos Rider Points
1 Ryan Dungey 328 11 Davi Millsaps 105
2 Ken Roczen 280 12 Mike Alessi 105
3 Jason Anderson 260 13 Weston Peick 102
4 Eli Tomac 226 14 Justin Bogle 94
5 Chad Reed 208 15 Christophe Pourcel 94
6 Marvin Musquin 188 16 Vince Friese 76
7 Cole Seely 173 17 Blake Baggett 62
8 Justin Brayton 161 18 Wil Hahn 56
9 Trey Canard 154 19 Josh Grant 54
10 Jake Weimer 114 20 Justin Barcia 37

250 East Points Standings

Pos Rider Points Pos Rider Points
1 Malcolm Stewart 115 11 Anthony Rodriguez 58
2 Aaron Plessinger 114 12 Paul Coates 50
3 Jeremy Martin 99 13 Alex Frye 47
4 Martin Davalos 83 14 Benny Bloss 46
5 Tyler Bowers 78 15 Jesse Wentland 41
6 Gannon Audette 77 16 Cedric Soubeyras 41
7 RJ Hampshire 77 17 Justin Starling 34
8 Shane Mcelrath 73 18 Araund Tonus 29
9 Justin Hill 63 19 Dakota Alix 29
10 Matt Bisceglia 58 20 Jimmy Albertson 22
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2016.04.16 17:04 AutoModerator Race Day Discussion: St. Louis

St. Louis

Round Date City Venue Start Time Coast Live Timing
14 Apr 16 St. Louis, MO Edward Jones Dome 4:30pm PST E Live Timing

450 Points Standings

Pos Rider Points Pos Rider Points
1 Ryan Dungey 303 11 Davi Millsaps 105
2 Ken Roczen 258 12 Weston Peick 97
3 Jason Anderson 240 13 Mike Alessi 94
4 Eli Tomac 212 14 Christophe Pourcel 91
5 Chad Reed 193 15 Justin Bogle 76
6 Marvin Musquin 182 16 Vince Friese 72
7 Cole Seely 173 17 Wil Hahn 56
8 Justin Brayton 149 18 Blake Baggett 53
9 Trey Canard 138 19 Josh Grant 41
10 Jake Weimer 106 20 Nick Schmidt 28

250 East Points Standings

Pos Rider Points Pos Rider Points
1 Malcolm Stewart 102 11 Anthony Rodriguez 43
2 Aaron Plessinger 92 12 Jesse Wentland 41
3 Martin Davalos 77 13 Cedric Soubeyras 40
4 Jeremy Martin 74 14 Paul Coates 39
5 Tyler Bowers 66 15 Benny Bloss 36
6 Justin Hill 63 16 Alex Frye 33
7 Gannon Audette 61 17 Araund Tonus 29
8 RJ Hampshire 59 18 Justin Starling 26
9 Shane Mcelrath 53 19 Dakota Alix 22
10 Matt Bisceglia 49 20 Jimmy Albertson 20
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2016.04.09 18:03 AutoModerator Race Day Discussion: Indianapolis

Indianapolis

Round Date City Venue Start Time Coast Live Timing
13 Apr 9 Indianapolis, IN Lucas Oil Stadium 3:30pm PST E Live Timing

450 Points Standings

Pos Rider Points Pos Rider Points
1 Ryan Dungey 278 11 Jake Weimer 105
2 Ken Roczen 236 12 Weston Peick 92
3 Jason Anderson 220 13 Mike Alessi 83
4 Eli Tomac 200 14 Christophe Pourcel 77
5 Marvin Musquin 182 15 Justin Bogle 68
6 Chad Reed 178 16 Vince Friese 62
7 Cole Seely 173 17 Wil Hahn 56
8 Justin Brayton 136 18 Blake Baggett 37
9 Trey Canard 120 19 Josh Grant 32
10 Davi Millsaps 105 20 Nick Schmidt 26

250 East Points Standings

Pos Rider Points Pos Rider Points
1 Malcolm Stewart 80 11 Shane Mcelrath 35
2 Jeremy Martin 73 12 Benny Bloss 34
3 Aaron Plessinger 67 13 Alex Frye 32
4 Justin Hill 63 14 Araun Tonus 29
5 Martin Davalos 61 15 Paul Coates 29
6 Tyler Bowers 53 16 Cedric Soubeyras 29
7 RJ Hampshire 44 17 Anthony Rodriguez 29
8 Matt Bisceglia 41 18 Jimmy Albertson 20
9 Jesse Wentland 41 19 Justin Starling 17
10 Gannon Audette 41 20 Dakota Alix 16
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2015.11.20 05:36 NicholasCajun The Man in the High Castle - Series Premiere Discussion Thread [SPOILERS]

Premise: The story is an alternate history of the world in which the Axis powers won World War II. The United States has been partitioned into three parts: The Japanese puppet state of the Pacific States of America, which comprises the former United States west of the Rocky Mountains; a Nazi puppet state that comprises the eastern half of the former United States; and a neutral zone that acts as a buffer between the two areas, called the Rocky Mountain States.
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/ManInTheHighCastle Amazon November 19th Thursday 78/100
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2014.03.07 17:28 agustinodavalos Kirin Team/Friends

I've only done this once before but it worked well then so hopefully it does again. Over the last week I've been learning to play Kirin and I can now use her leader skill on just about every turn, as long as the board allows it. My current Kirin is at he evolved form, I play in the US so I don't have the new ultimate sadly, and is completely awoken. If you main kirin and wouldn't mind adding me (or I'll add you) I'd really appreciate it, my ID is 375,591,260
In case you want to see my monsters here's a link to my pad herder: http://www.padherder.com/useagustino.davalos/monsters/#31,0,31,2047,,0,0,0,eq,0,0;default,0
Don't pay attention to levels or xp I couldn't bother filling that all out. Most of them are maxed out and just need evolving. Don't look at eve monsters as it's not up to date. I have about 300 more monsters in pengdras, dragons and all that good stuff.
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