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Screenshots from 2014's animate smash hit "Spider-Man: Radioactive", based off of the Concept Album by Imagine Dragons, which were originally produced for a stage musical which never got off the ground, remaining in development hell before it was eventually chosen to produce the idea as an animate film, one which starred Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Ariana Grande, Hugh Laurie, Harry Styles, Evan Rachel Wood (She originally voiced Mary Jane in the concept album), and Daveed Diggs as the spider that bites Peter Parker.​
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The album cover of the rerelease of Imagine Dragons "Spider-Man: Radioactive" to coincide with the 2014 animated film of the same name, which would include such songs as:

Radioactive Part 1 - Performed by Daveed Diggs as The Spider and by the scientists at Oscorp as he escapes the lab and bites Peter Parker before he's soon ran over by a trolley.

Underdog - Peter Parker, Harry Osborn, Mary Jane Watson and the other kids at Midtown High, though sung mainly through the perspective of Peter and how he sees himself.

Manhattan - Peter and M.J. on the subway to Queens, both dream of living in Manhattan, with Mary Jane in particular dreaming of becoming some successful actress in the city.

Every Night - Uncle Ben and Aunt May about Peter Parker, about how they still love him and how they'd do everything to help him as he neglects them as his powers develop...

Hear Me - Sung by Harry Osborn and his wealthy father Norman Osborn, the two of them not understanding ones plight (Norman is dying and Harry wants his dads attention).

Tiptoe - Sung by Peter Parker as he sneaks out of home to attend a party in the city, testing out his developing superpowers, the song is also performed by Mary Jane Watson.

Bleeding Out Part 1 - Uncle Ben, having just been shot by a mugger is found in a mortally wounded state by Peter Parker, filled with anguish and rage he goes after the mugger.

Demons - Sung by Peter Parker after the death of Uncle Ben and by Norman Osborn as the experimental test he does to save his own life inadvertently unleashes his demons... More specifically one demon, one known as "The Green Goblin".

Spider-Man - A fun, up tempo piece sung mainly by Peter Parker and the people of New York as we see a montage of "The Amazing Spider-Man" fighting crime and helping out.

It's Time - Peter decides that he should get a job at the Daily Bugle, and Norman figures out that whoever Spider Man is, his blood may prove key in saving both him and his son, as Mary Jane also goes to Manhattan to begin her acting career.

Cha-Ching - Sung by Mary Jane, Aunt May, Harry Osborn about how differently Peter (Working as a freelance photographer for the newspaper) and Norman are starting to act.

Bleeding Out Part 2 - During a fight with Green Goblin, Peter realises that his powers are starting to run out, the Spiders ghost telling him that his venom is slowly running out.

Nothing Left To Say - The Green Goblin, having captured both Harry and Mary Jane hold them hostage atop the Brooklyn Bridge, and Peter, despite his powers dying, decides to risk everything to save them, as the Spider tells them to give up.

Radioactive Part 2 - During the climactic showdown, the Spider in Peters head reveals to the audience that the real reason Peters powers had been fading is because they are using the full extent of the power to keep itself alive, being afraid of fading away, however, upon seeing how selflessly Peter is fighting, the Spider is inspired to sacrifice itself, not before Daveed Diggs unleashes his inner Eminem/Kendrick Lamar, singing rapidly and frantically like some wild madman on the edge of a skyscraper about to make a leap.

Angels - At the end, Norman makes peace with Harry as he dies of his injuries, Spider-Man gives his blood to Harry, and as he passes out of exhaustion, see's a proud Uncle Ben.

On Top Of The World - Peter Parker, the Amazing Spider-Man goes on a date with Mary Jane, though he has to cut it short in order to stop a crime in progress, happy as can be.​
 
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A Thomas & Friends Season 6 face reference sheet of the character Sir Handel's large scale faces.

The large scale prop (as well as the faces) was made during the previous season (Season 5) alongside the large scale models of Skarloey, Rheneas, Peter Sam, Rusty and Duncan.


Note: Photo not mine, originally made by Trampy Hatt (Bigengines87) on Twitter and put onto Deviantart by TylerThomas1992

Sequel to this:
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A photo from an alternate universe where the model makers on Thomas & Friends payed more attention to sculpting Sir Handel's faces for his large scale model in Season/Series 10. Here we see Sir Handel's large scale angry face look almost exactly his his small scale angry face from Season/Series 4.

Note: Photo not mine, taken from FlyingPringle on Twitter.
 
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The controversial President Beatrix Campbell of the Republican Commonwealth of Britain (1997 - 2005), whom followed Tony Benn, the very first president of the Republic. They were famously harsh against the now former Royal Family.
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Seen above is Frances Spencer Fayed, daughter of the former Princess of Wales Diana Spencer and Egyptian film producer Dodi Fayed... And goddaughter of Freddie Mercury.​
 
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Sylvia Likens (b. 3 Jan 1949), retired professional skater and musician.

Part of a miniseries I'm doing in my test thread. I've currently done reimaginings of Junko Furuta's and James Bulger's lives in a alternate timeline.
 
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The album cover of the rerelease of Imagine Dragons "Spider-Man: Radioactive" to coincide with the 2014 animated film of the same name, which would include such songs as:

Radioactive Part 1 - Performed by Daveed Diggs as The Spider and by the scientists at Oscorp as he escapes the lab and bites Peter Parker before he's soon ran over by a trolley.

Underdog - Peter Parker, Harry Osborn, Mary Jane Watson and the other kids at Midtown High, though sung mainly through the perspective of Peter and how he sees himself.

Manhattan - Peter and M.J. on the subway to Queens, both dream of living in Manhattan, with Mary Jane in particular dreaming of becoming some successful actress in the city.

Every Night - Uncle Ben and Aunt May about Peter Parker, about how they still love him and how they'd do everything to help him as he neglects them as his powers develop...

Hear Me - Sung by Harry Osborn and his wealthy father Norman Osborn, the two of them not understanding ones plight (Norman is dying and Harry wants his dads attention).

Tiptoe - Sung by Peter Parker as he sneaks out of home to attend a party in the city, testing out his developing superpowers, the song is also performed by Mary Jane Watson.

Bleeding Out Part 1 - Uncle Ben, having just been shot by a mugger is found in a mortally wounded state by Peter Parker, filled with anguish and rage he goes after the mugger.

Demons - Sung by Peter Parker after the death of Uncle Ben and by Norman Osborn as the experimental test he does to save his own life inadvertently unleashes his demons... More specifically one demon, one known as "The Green Goblin".

Spider-Man - A fun, up tempo piece sung mainly by Peter Parker and the people of New York as we see a montage of "The Amazing Spider-Man" fighting crime and helping out.

It's Time - Peter decides that he should get a job at the Daily Bugle, and Norman figures out that whoever Spider Man is, his blood may prove key in saving both him and his son, as Mary Jane also goes to Manhattan to begin her acting career.

Cha-Ching - Sung by Mary Jane, Aunt May, Harry Osborn about how differently Peter (Working as a freelance photographer for the newspaper) and Norman are starting to act.

Bleeding Out Part 2 - During a fight with Green Goblin, Peter realises that his powers are starting to run out, the Spiders ghost telling him that his venom is slowly running out.

Nothing Left To Say - The Green Goblin, having captured both Harry and Mary Jane hold them hostage atop the Brooklyn Bridge, and Peter, despite his powers dying, decides to risk everything to save them, as the Spider tells them to give up.

Radioactive Part 2 - During the climactic showdown, the Spider in Peters head reveals to the audience that the real reason Peters powers had been fading is because they are using the full extent of the power to keep itself alive, being afraid of fading away, however, upon seeing how selflessly Peter is fighting, the Spider is inspired to sacrifice itself, not before Daveed Diggs unleashes his inner Eminem/Kendrick Lamar, singing rapidly and frantically like some wild madman on the edge of a skyscraper about to make a leap.

Angels - At the end, Norman makes peace with Harry as he dies of his injuries, Spider-Man gives his blood to Harry, and as he passes out of exhaustion, see's a proud Uncle Ben.

On Top Of The World - Peter Parker, the Amazing Spider-Man goes on a date with Mary Jane, though he has to cut it short in order to stop a crime in progress, happy as can be.​
How'd you make the cover?
 
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This photo was taken before the War of 1996, the Mayor (then Candidate) of Daejeon, Hong Seon-gi, who was the 15th President, elected as the United Liberal Democrats, President Hong oversees the aftermath devastation of South Korea, he also kept the peace between North Korea as well, He also ordered to rebuild Seoul and Busan.

President Hong Seon-gi leads 26 million South Koreans to an new era of healing and recovery.
 

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Department of Planning and Labour Development building, Richmond-FD, Confederate States of America
The centre of the Confederate economy, basically the place where they throw around quotas to factories all across the country, from Tijuana to Havana. And also the symbol of inefficiency of the Confederate socialist system by the fall of the Democratic Socialist Party in 1973.

To outsiders, this particular organ of government has also come to represent the evolution of a peculiar institution for which the CSA even exists as a nation. "Ideological Reeducation Labor" duty is provided to inmates of "Reeducation Facilities", the Confederate counterpart of what a resident of the former USSR may call a "Gulag".
Inmates are forced to do unpaid and gruesome labour by the state in factories and plantations all across the CSA, and anything "funny" is punished rather harshly by "overseers".
The CSA, after the 1918 Revolution replaced racial-based slavery with an ideological based institution.

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p.s: I'd like to thank @Breezy_o_o for the source picture. He's got a great timeline going. Y'all should go check it out
 
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A poster for Titanic (2022), widely praised for its accurate depiction of the sinking of the RMS Titanic (accomplished through modern research) as well as Pugh's and Evans' performances.
 
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A poster for Die Hard (2018), arguably the most memorable film from the "domestic terrorists" film trend that started in 2013 with Olympus Has Fallen.
 
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The album cover of the rerelease of Imagine Dragons "Spider-Man: Radioactive" to coincide with the 2014 animated film of the same name, which would include such songs as:

Radioactive Part 1 - Performed by Daveed Diggs as The Spider and by the scientists at Oscorp as he escapes the lab and bites Peter Parker before he's soon ran over by a trolley.

Underdog - Peter Parker, Harry Osborn, Mary Jane Watson and the other kids at Midtown High, though sung mainly through the perspective of Peter and how he sees himself.

Manhattan - Peter and M.J. on the subway to Queens, both dream of living in Manhattan, with Mary Jane in particular dreaming of becoming some successful actress in the city.

Every Night - Uncle Ben and Aunt May about Peter Parker, about how they still love him and how they'd do everything to help him as he neglects them as his powers develop...

Hear Me - Sung by Harry Osborn and his wealthy father Norman Osborn, the two of them not understanding ones plight (Norman is dying and Harry wants his dads attention).

Tiptoe - Sung by Peter Parker as he sneaks out of home to attend a party in the city, testing out his developing superpowers, the song is also performed by Mary Jane Watson.

Bleeding Out Part 1 - Uncle Ben, having just been shot by a mugger is found in a mortally wounded state by Peter Parker, filled with anguish and rage he goes after the mugger.

Demons - Sung by Peter Parker after the death of Uncle Ben and by Norman Osborn as the experimental test he does to save his own life inadvertently unleashes his demons... More specifically one demon, one known as "The Green Goblin".

Spider-Man - A fun, up tempo piece sung mainly by Peter Parker and the people of New York as we see a montage of "The Amazing Spider-Man" fighting crime and helping out.

It's Time - Peter decides that he should get a job at the Daily Bugle, and Norman figures out that whoever Spider Man is, his blood may prove key in saving both him and his son, as Mary Jane also goes to Manhattan to begin her acting career.

Cha-Ching - Sung by Mary Jane, Aunt May, Harry Osborn about how differently Peter (Working as a freelance photographer for the newspaper) and Norman are starting to act.

Bleeding Out Part 2 - During a fight with Green Goblin, Peter realises that his powers are starting to run out, the Spiders ghost telling him that his venom is slowly running out.

Nothing Left To Say - The Green Goblin, having captured both Harry and Mary Jane hold them hostage atop the Brooklyn Bridge, and Peter, despite his powers dying, decides to risk everything to save them, as the Spider tells them to give up.

Radioactive Part 2 - During the climactic showdown, the Spider in Peters head reveals to the audience that the real reason Peters powers had been fading is because they are using the full extent of the power to keep itself alive, being afraid of fading away, however, upon seeing how selflessly Peter is fighting, the Spider is inspired to sacrifice itself, not before Daveed Diggs unleashes his inner Eminem/Kendrick Lamar, singing rapidly and frantically like some wild madman on the edge of a skyscraper about to make a leap.

Angels - At the end, Norman makes peace with Harry as he dies of his injuries, Spider-Man gives his blood to Harry, and as he passes out of exhaustion, see's a proud Uncle Ben.

On Top Of The World - Peter Parker, the Amazing Spider-Man goes on a date with Mary Jane, though he has to cut it short in order to stop a crime in progress, happy as can be.​
Hell yeah! Nice stuff!
 
It is supposed to be a remake here or is the McGregor Die Hard film, the only version?
Yep, it is supposed to be the only Die Hard film. Die Hard (1988) doesn't exist in that timeline, nor the sequels; for the sake of simplicity, this POD doesn't butterfly this Die Hard film and Ewan's prior career.
 
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A poster for Scarface (2022) by Vince Gilligan. A modernized remake of the 1932 film, itself based off of a dramatization of the life of gangster Al Capone, Gilligan produced this film after the success of Breaking Bad.

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A character poster for Pulp Fiction (2022) by Quentin Tarantino. Just like Once Upon A Time in Hollywood (2019), the film became a success with audiences.


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A poster for Casablanca (2022), a period piece by Martin Scorsese. It has received critical acclaim for its accurate portrayal of 1940s Morocco under the rule of Vichy France, and has been renowned as one of the best films of 2022.
 
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A poster for Scarface (2022) by Vince Gilligan. A modernized remake of the 1932 film, itself based off of a dramatization of the life of gangster Al Capone, Gilligan produced this film after the success of Breaking Bad.

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A character poster for Pulp Fiction (2022) by Quentin Tarantino. Just like Once Upon A Time in Hollywood (2019), the film became a success with audiences.


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A poster for Casablanca (2022), a period piece by Martin Scorsese. It has received critical acclaim for its accurate portrayal of 1940s Morocco under the rule of Vichy France, and has been renowned as one of the best films of 2022.
Was 2022's Pulp Fiction a remake?
Gilligian's Scarface would be awesome
 
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