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The "Infected" are Both Inside and Outside the Prison on "The Walking Dead:" A Television Review

Director: Guy Ferland. Writers: Frank Darabont, Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, Charlie Adlard and Angela Kang. Cast: Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun and Lauren Cohan. Epis. 2 of Seas. 4 of "The Walking Dead" showed the door to a few more minor characters. As well, the protagonist, Rick (Andrew Lincoln), is transitioning from farmhand to gunslinger. And, this episode, titled "Infected," brought several threats from both inside and outside the prison. The first two episodes of this season are focusing more on action, while still introducing several dramatic sequences and deeper characterizations. "Infected" was a strong outing from director Guy Ferland (Bang Bang You're Dead) and "The Walking Dead" writing crew. In this episode, a little mystery was introduced as an unnamed figure fed the local zombies. The mice were unenthusiastic about being the meals, but the zombies were eager to eat them and tear down part of the prison fence. As if that was not enough,
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A Soldier's Story

Some roles are hard to shake. Ben Foster ("3:10 to Yuma," "Alpha Dog," "Six Feet Under") found this out the hard way on a recent promotional tour for his new film "The Messenger." At Hunter Airfield Base in Georgia, he started experiencing severe leg pain from an injury he never suffered. His leg "froze up," he says. "I couldn't walk downstairs without limping. It was so strange." Foster plays a soldier recovering from leg and eye injuries after returning from Iraq. "The mind and the imagination are really curious places. I'm sure those things will drift. That's what we do" as actors, he says. "We allow ourselves to believe things. It's just an occupational hazard." He adds, "I definitely need a vacation soon."Foster's vacation will have to wait, as he is currently shooting a remake of the 1972 Charles Bronson thriller "The Mechanic" with Jason Statham in New Orleans. And still,
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Y Luna tambien: Actor steps into 'Havana Nights'

Y Luna tambien: Actor steps into 'Havana Nights'
Y Tu Mama Tambien star Diego Luna is ready to step in where Patrick Swayze left off as the male lead in Havana Nights, the much-talked-about second installment of the Dirty Dancing franchise for Artisan Entertainment, Miramax Films and producer Lawrence Bender. With Luna's deal set and Guy Ferland (Bang Bang You're Dead) at the helm, the only major piece missing is Luna's dancing partner, who has yet to be cast. Sources said producers hope to zero in on a female lead in the coming weeks, with shooting scheduled to start early next year and a release date of Nov. 21, 2003, already marked on the calendar. Inspired by the 1987 original but set in 1959 Cuba, Havana Nights follows the story of a 17-year-old girl who moves with her family to revolution-era Cuba. While there, she defies her family's wishes when she falls for a young Cuban dancer (Luna) who helps her discover herself and the world beyond her sheltered existence.

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