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The Walking Dead: A Eulogy To A Fallen Hero (Spoiler)

We are gathered here today to honor the life of a truly beloved character of the show. Some of you knew him as Theodore Douglas, but most of you knew him as T-Dog.  He was a quiet man, who only spoke to fill a silence, or perhaps, to recommend how to dispose of corpses.  He overcame a near fatal arm injury, a zombified world and adversity, all with silence and a stern stare. 

So who was T-Dog exactly? Who among us can testify to his morality, his past, or his final heroic moments on this earth? The sad truth is, no one. Sad to say that T-Dog was never forthcoming about his life, nor was he one who spoke up when trouble started among the group. There were times in fact, that his silence was so well documented, that one might mistake him for not being present. In his death,
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‘Playback’ starring Toby Hemingway – trailer review

Playback

Directed by: Michael A. Nickles

Starring: Toby Hemingway, Alessandra Torresani, Christian Slater

Rating: R

Release Date: March 9, 2012

Trailer Score: 5/10

Thoughts by Tsr: I experienced a few ups and downs while watching this trailer for Playback. When it started I was instantly turned off, feeling like I’ve seen this type of schlock a hundred times before. In the middle I started to soften up, insofar as I began thinking it could be a decent bit of horror fun. Unfortunately, it all felt a bit tedious by the end. I can’t say this film will definitely be bad, but I’m not particularly compelled to watch it and find out.

Even if it feels awfully derivative, there are still ways to have fun with this type of story. I’m just not feeling it. The cast doesn’t do much to impress, and Christian Slater as the one “name
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New Trailer for The Lincoln Lawyer

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New Trailer for The Lincoln Lawyer
Lionsgate just released the latest movie trailer for the upcoming drama “The Lincoln Lawyer” by director Brad Furman (The Take, Buried Alive in the Blues) and starring Brad Furman (Eastbound & Down, Tropic Thunder, We Are Marshall), Marisa Tomei (The Wrestler, What Women Want, Wild Hogs 2: Bachelor Ride), Ryan Phillippe (Flags of Our Fathers, Cruel Intentions) and William H. Macy (Keep Coming Back, The Tale of Despereaux, He Was a Quiet Man). Synopsis: A lawyer conducts business from the back of his Lincoln town car while representing a high-profile client in Beverly Hills. Stay tuned to Shockya.com for the latest movie news and more from “The Lincoln Lawyer”.
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Christian Slater: The stories behind his recent comedic turns (and what he did with those pillows Ellen DeGeneres gave him)

Christian Slater: The stories behind his recent comedic turns (and what he did with those pillows Ellen DeGeneres gave him)
Christian Slater didn't use to be a morning person, but phoning PopWatch at 6:30 a.m. Pt on his way to work Monday — the reason he had to bow out of DirecTV's Celebrity Beach Bowl last weekend, Fyi — you wouldn't have known it. We chatted about his cameos in last week's episode of The Office, Curb Your Enthusiasm's seventh season, and the new Funny or Die video Nine Lives, as well as about 24's Elisha Cuthbert joining the cast of The Forgotten (tonight, ABC, 10 p.m. Et), the viral video he's just sitting on, and the whereabouts of the
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This Week on DVD: Zombieland, Ong Bak 2, The House of the Devil

Although there aren't really any mega-blockbusters out this week, it's still a jam-packed DVD release day with plenty of titles to choose from including Zombieland starring Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg, Amelia starring Hilary Swank, Cold Souls starring Paul Giamatti, Ong Bak 2 starring Tony Jaa, and the short film anthology New York, I Love You starring... way too many people to list. Also in stores you will find the LeBron James documentary More Than a Game and Ti West's retro horror flick The House of the Devil, which is available not only on DVD and Blu-ray, but also on VHS! Some catalogue titles that are out on Blu-ray for the first time this week include Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Ong-Bak, Walk The Line, and stand alone versions of The Godfather 1 and 2. What will you be Netflixing or buying this week? Zombieland [1] (+ Blu-ray [2]) Amelia [3] (+ Blu-ray [4]) Adam [5] Cold Souls [6] New York,
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Blu-ray Bulletin: Blu-ray Releases For February 02, 2010 – Planet Hulk, Godfather Series, Zombieland

Here Are The New Blu-ray Releases For February 02, 2010: Amelia (20th Century Fox) Casablanca (Warner) Dante’s Inferno: An Animated Epic (Starz/Anchor Bay) Doctor Who: The End of Time, Part One & Two (BBC) The Fallen Ones (Starz/Anchor Bay) Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Universal) Gangs of New York (Remastered) (Miramax) The Girl Next Door (2007) (Starz/Anchor Bay) The Godfather: Part II: The Coppola Restoration – Sapphire Series (Paramount) The Godfather: The Coppola Restoration – Sapphire Series (Paramount) He Was a Quiet Man (Starz/Anchor Bay) Hellboy: Sword of Storms/Blood & Iron (Starz/Anchor Bay) The House of the Devil (Mpi) Jerome Bixby’s The Man from Earth (Starz/Anchor Bay) The Last King of Scotland (20th Century Fox) The Lost (2006) (Starz/Anchor Bay) Love Happens (Universal) Maid in Manhattan (Sony) Mona Lisa Smile (Sony) The Music Man (Warner) Mystic River (Warner) New York, I Love You (Vivendi Visual
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Christian Slater Finds It A "Miracle" That He Has Reached 40

Christian Slater says it is a "miracle" he has reached 40. The "He Was A Quiet Man" actor never thought he'd make it to the landmark age when he was a Hollywood hellraiser in his 20s.

He said: "I just hit 40, so what more can I say? I mean, the fact that I'm 40 is a miracle. I'm on the other side now."

"I feel like I've hit a certain milestone and I'm going onward and upward. If I were looking back, I would say to myself during the tough times, 'If you can make it to 40, nothing in the past can prevent you from being present today.'"

"There's a great author who said, 'We don't live life, life kind of lives us.' I've been out of control. But if I hadn't been, I wouldn't know how to be in control."
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Christian Slater thrilled to be 40

Christian Slater says it is a "miracle" he has reached 40. The 'He Was A Quiet Man' actor never thought he'd make it to the landmark age when he was a Hollywood hellraiser in his 20s. He said: "I just hit 40, so what more can I say? I mean, the fact that I'm 40 is a miracle. I'm on the other side now. "I feel like I've hit a certain milestone and I'm going onward and upward. If I were looking back, I would say to myself during the tough times, 'If you can make it to 40, nothing in the past can prevent you from being present today.' "There's a great author who said,
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Slater taking his act to CAA

Slater taking his act to CAA
Christian Slater has signed with CAA. The actor, onscreen in Emilio Estevez's feature film Bobby, recently portrayed Randle P. McMurphy in the London stage production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and had a guest-starring role on the NBC comedy series My Name Is Earl. His upcoming films include the 2007 Sundance Film Festival submission Slipstream, written and directed by Anthony Hopkins; He Was a Quiet Man, with William H. Macy; and the Weinstein Co.'s animated Igor, also featuring the voices of John Cleese, Jeremy Piven, Steve Buscemi and Molly Shannon. Slater, who was with ICM, continues to be repped by Untitled Entertainment and Hansen, Jacobson, Teller and Hoberman.

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