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18th Apr '18 6:28:46 AM jormis29
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** He got credit for singing a far-from-prominent backing vocal on then-labelmate Jo Dee Messina's late 2001-early 2002 hit "Bring On the Rain". Even more, he already had a single out at the time ("The Cowboy in Me", which actually succeeded "Bring On the Rain" at #1).

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** He got credit for singing a far-from-prominent backing vocal on then-labelmate Jo Dee Messina's Music/JoDeeMessina's late 2001-early 2002 hit "Bring On the Rain". Even more, he already had a single out at the time ("The Cowboy in Me", which actually succeeded "Bring On the Rain" at #1).
18th Apr '18 5:04:16 AM annette12
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* ''Series/TheOfficeUS'': Ryan has been part of the opening credits since the first season despite being an ultimately minor character with shifts in role and personality to justify his place there. His inclusion in the opening credits was sometimes questioned in later seasons, as he's now considered to be even less significant than other characters whose actors are not mentioned in the opening credit. He has been removed from the opening in season 9, but only because his actor BJ Novak has left the show rather than acknowledging that Ryan's role had diminished.
14th Apr '18 9:53:06 PM lempamo
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* The trailers for ''VideoGame/HuntDownTheFreeman'' made it appear as though Gordon Freeman was the BigBad of the game. However, he actually only shows up in one scene at the end, and the BigBad is [[spoiler:someone else posing as Freeman]].

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* The trailers for ''VideoGame/HuntDownTheFreeman'' made it appear as though Gordon Freeman (the protagonist of the ''VideoGame/HalfLife'' series of games) was the BigBad of the game. However, he actually only shows up in one scene at the end, and the BigBad is [[spoiler:someone else posing as Freeman]].
14th Apr '18 9:51:59 PM lempamo
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* The trailers for ''VideoGame/HuntDownTheFreeman'' made it appear as though Gordon Freeman was the BigBad of the game. However, he actually only shows up in one scene at the end, and the BigBad is [[spoiler:someone else posing as Freeman]].



* The trailers for ''VideoGame/HuntDownTheFreeman'' made it appear as though Gordon Freeman was the BigBad of the game. However, he actually only shows up in one scene at the end, and the BigBad is [[spoiler:someone else posing as Freeman]].

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* The trailers for ''VideoGame/HuntDownTheFreeman'' made it appear as though Gordon Freeman was the BigBad of the game. However, he actually only shows up in one scene at the end, and the BigBad is [[spoiler:someone else posing as Freeman]].
14th Apr '18 9:51:28 PM lempamo
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* The trailers for ''VideoGame/HuntDownTheFreeman'' made it appear as though Gordon Freeman was the BigBad of the game. However, he actually only shows up in one scene at the end, and the BigBad is [[spoiler:someone else posing as Freeman]].
5th Apr '18 9:53:39 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/{{Manhunter}}'' was broadcast on TV immediately after the phenomenal success of ''TheSilenceOfTheLambs'' but the title was changed to ''Red Dragon: The Pursuit of Hannibal Lector''. Of course, anyone who saw the movie in 1986 or read the book would realize that Lector (played by Brian Cox) had about eight minutes of screen time and being that the story is set prior to ''Silence of the Lambs'', Lector is still behind bars for the entire film. The character being pursued was a serial killer called The Tooth Fairy [[spoiler: real name is Francis Dolarhyde]]. Lector's influence is marginal and is mostly part of the main character's backstory. The name change and subtitle was just an attempt to capitalize on the popularity of the recent 1991 blockbuster by broadcasting a little remembered film that was based on the previous book in the series.

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* ''Film/{{Manhunter}}'' was broadcast on TV immediately after the phenomenal success of ''TheSilenceOfTheLambs'' ''Film/TheSilenceOfTheLambs'' but the title was changed to ''Red Dragon: The Pursuit of Hannibal Lector''. Of course, anyone who saw the movie in 1986 or read the book would realize that Lector (played by Brian Cox) had about eight minutes of screen time and being that the story is set prior to ''Silence of the Lambs'', Lector is still behind bars for the entire film. The character being pursued was a serial killer called The Tooth Fairy [[spoiler: real name is Francis Dolarhyde]]. Lector's influence is marginal and is mostly part of the main character's backstory. The name change and subtitle was just an attempt to capitalize on the popularity of the recent 1991 blockbuster by broadcasting a little remembered film that was based on the previous book in the series.
5th Apr '18 1:13:49 AM Nouct
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* [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/001fgo_350px.jpg This]] poster for ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', showing a [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters slew of Servants]], old and new, ready for action, with the [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight original Saber]] front and center. The only one significant to the main plot, and your scripted Servant for most of the game, is the pink-haired girl on the lower right.

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* [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/001fgo_350px.jpg This]] poster for ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', showing a [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters slew of Servants]], old and new, ready for action, with the [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight original Saber]] front and center. The only one significant to the who is a main plot, character, and your scripted Servant for most of the game, is the pink-haired girl on the lower right.right. Everyone else is either a minor enemy or ally in the main story and Saber doesn't even show up in it at all!
1st Apr '18 6:54:47 PM Yuihime
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* [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/001fgo_350px.jpg This]] poster for ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', showing a [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters slew of Servants]], old and new, ready for action, with the [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight original Saber]] front and center. The only one significant to the main plot, and your scripted Servant for most of the game, is the pink-haired girl on the lower right.
25th Mar '18 9:49:40 AM Hjortron18
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** Odd example with Comicbook/DoctorStrange's role in ''Film/ThorRagnarok''. He only appears in one scene in the first act, and most of the promotion for the movie made sure to avoid exaggerating the size of his role. However, the preview for the movie included in the guide for the D23 expo definitely tried to make it seem like Strange had a much larger part than he actually does, likely due to the success of his [[Film/DoctorStrange solo movie]]:

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** Odd example with Comicbook/DoctorStrange's role in ''Film/ThorRagnarok''. He only appears in one scene in the first act, and most of the promotion for the movie made sure to avoid exaggerating the size of his role. However, the preview for the movie included in the guide for the D23 expo definitely tried to make it seem like Strange had a much larger part than he actually does, likely due to the success of his [[Film/DoctorStrange [[Film/DoctorStrange2016 solo movie]]:
16th Mar '18 8:51:19 PM AlleyOop
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' has Lunafreya Nox Fleuret billed as the game's main heroine, and side materials such as ''Anime/KingsglaiveFinalFantasyXV'' and the ''Brotherhood'' anime set her up to be a prominent figure, but she only appears for roughly half an hour of the 30+ hour game, and even then very little of it is spent interacting with the main heroes and/or [[spoiler:alive]]. Especially egregious in the ''[[UpdatedRerelease Royal Edition]]'', where she appears on the cover of the game, but her added screentime amounts to a brief cutscene of [[spoiler:her spirit appearing to provide a DeusExMachina to help the heroes get past a magic barrier, with little in the way of new characterization]].

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' has Lunafreya Nox Fleuret billed as the game's main heroine, and side materials such as ''Anime/KingsglaiveFinalFantasyXV'' and the ''Brotherhood'' anime set her up to be a prominent figure, but she only appears for roughly half an hour of the 30+ hour game, and even then very little of it is spent interacting with the main heroes and/or [[spoiler:alive]]. Especially egregious in the ''[[UpdatedRerelease Royal Edition]]'', where she appears on the cover of the game, but her added screentime amounts to a brief cutscene of [[spoiler:her spirit appearing to provide a DeusExMachina to help the heroes get past a magic barrier, with little in the way of new characterization]].insight on the character]].
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