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Will Gerard (Character)
from Seeking Justice (2011)

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Seeking Justice -- Nicolas Cage (CON AIR) is Will Gerard, a family man whose wife, Laura (January Jones of MAD MEN), is attacked. A stranger, Simon (Guy Pearce of THE KING'S SPEECH) offers revenge on the attacker in exchange for a favor from Will. Consenting, Will is pulled into a dangerous vigilante operation that leads to deadly consequences for himself and his family.
Seeking Justice -- After his wife is assaulted, a husband is approached by a vigilante group who will help him settle the score.
Seeking Justice -- A clip from Justice
Seeking Justice -- TV Spot: Justice
Seeking Justice -- Will and Laura's idyllic life is turned upside down after Laura is attacked and left traumatized in the hospital. Will is approached by a well-dressed stranger  offering to dispense immediate justice to the attacker and save the couple from an emotionally draining trial. Will accepts the proposal but soon learns justice comes at a price ...

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  1. Seeking Justice (2011) Played by Nicolas Cage
    ... aka "Justice" - Ireland (English title) (imdb display title), UK (imdb display title)
    ... aka "Hungry Rabbit" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)

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From Seeking Justice (2011)
Newspaper Woman: [caught rifling through reporter's desk] Hey. In a hyphenated compound situation, do you capitalize the second word?
Will Gerard: Only if it's a noun, and the words have equal weight. Like, Homeland Security. If it's a participle modifying the first word, then... you better keep it lower case.
Newspaper Woman: Oh, yeah, that makes sense. Thanks.
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