Front Row: Nova, Sister Grimm, Patriot, Prodigy, and Araña
Back Row: Reptil, America, and Hawkeye

The Director of SHIELD, Nick Fury, decided that to ensure that the world would continue to have Avengers, he launched the “Young Avengers Initiative” where he sought out young superheroes who could become the next generation of Avengers. He sought out his old contacts, Janet van Dyne aka “Wasp” and James Rhodes aka “War Machine” who happily offered their tutelage and guidance to help the next generation of superheroes.

Of the recruits, Janet and Rhodey decided that the team would be co-led by America Chavez aka “America” and Elijah Bradley aka “Patriot”. With these two young superheroes, the team set off to help ensure the safety of the world while also learning to be Avengers at the same time.

Check out their individual backstories here [LINK]

Jim Caviezel’s most enduring role will probably be his portrayal of God, Jr. in Mel Gibson’s torture-as-edutainment epic, The Passion Of The Christ. If you saw it, you might remember that the actor had no apparent compunction about playing the role authentically, in that Jesus probably died shirtless while wearing nothing but his turn-of-the-millennium skivvies.

So it might come as a bit of a surprise to learn that Caviezel is something of a prude when it comes to nudity, and is quite adamant about concealing his manly bumps, at least where sex scenes are concerned. Even as far back as 2001, when he had to perform in a steamy sequence with Jennifer Lopez in Angel Eyes, he refused to take off his undies and urged Lopez to keep her bra on. The result was a red-hot lovemaking session in which the characters are filmed almost entirely from the shoulders up.

5 Movie Stars Who Demanded Hilariously Insane Plot Changes

Its a little late, but, Trail To Oregon 5/27/15:

Family: Queef Magnet
Dad: Free Parking
Mom: Reptar
Daughter: Bambi
Son: Bukake
Grandpa: Thoughty

-Mom kept saying “This old dinasour…”
-When the mom and daughter are fighting, mom said “Bambi, you dont know what its like to grow up without a mother!”
-The Grandpa called the dad “Parking Lot” and the son “Poohkitty”
-During Independence, Joey dropped his ox nose and said “Uh oh!” really cutely
-During the scene with the General Store Guy versus the Dad, Joey’s improved line ACTUALLY got Jeff to break down and it was amazing. Joey started off saying “The acoustics in here are terrible” but then he continued and kept going on about materials saying something like “You know what people say, wood is…” and I cant remember exactly what he said because no one had any idea what he was talking about and we were all just laughing because Joey kept rambling and Jeff lost it and then when Jeff stopped laughing Joey said “and medals just shit!”
-At the end, the mom died, and she said “This old dinasours gonna lie down and die…”
-When the mother had died, and Joey was almost finished with the arm farts, a guy from the audience said “oh ho ho” and it was really funny especially because Joey started laughing and he had his face screwed so he could stop himself from laughing but he couldnt stop for a good two minutes and the show had stopped while everyone was laughing and waiting for him to stop laughing too


(via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x58qBu6FB6Q)

florence-bubbles if you like the song, check out this Glee version. 2cellos are playing and you have the adorable Grant Gustin. Enjoy!!

Tagging mel-loves-all & scu11y22 too. Just because.