Chris Pratt Says Anyone Who Says They Could Be A Navy SEAL Is A “Douchebag”

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A brand new series of military featuring Chris Pratt, Taylor Kitsch and Constance Wu is hitting Amazon Prime Video this week.

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The series is titled "The terminal List,the new series is based upon the book written by Former Navy SEAL Jack Carr.

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Produced by Antoine Fuqua and Ellen Kuras The series follows the tale of Lieutenant James Reece, played by Chris Pratt, whose platoon of Navy SEALs is attacked in the course of a covert mission.

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When he comes back to his home, he discovers that the fix could be there, and that it could be that he was created from the beginning.

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The show is proud of its authenticity. the show offers a lot of assistance from real military personnel both off and on the screen.

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According to the website Yahoo the book was the reason that enticed Pratt when he was reading the book:

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"100 percent... this was an enormous aspect in deciding to choose this book to show it on screen. It was totally true.

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I'm thinking that the most popular thing people talk about when they go through The Terminal List is 'Wow it's refreshing to read what's clearly an authentic perspective into the everyday life of the life of a Navy SEAL commanding officer'

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is Jack Carr and his experience of combat deployments abroad.

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And, yeah it was because of that we decided to do it, to show authenticity, and also to honor the men and women who have served."

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Pratt's very first experience when it comes to being an Navy SEAL.

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He was a part of the 2012 film Zero Dark Thirtyabout Operation Neptune Spear, AKA the execution of Osama Bin Osama bin Laden.

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What, if anything, he has learned about SEALS do Chris Pratt have what it is required to be a SEAL? The answer was no.

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