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Veteran Texas Police Officer Dies After Being Bitten by Feral Cat

Veteran Texas Police Officer Dies After Being Bitten by Feral Cat
A West Texas A&M University police officer died this week of severe complications from a feral cat bite he suffered while responding to a call, police say.

Cpl. Monty Platt passed away just two weeks after the cat bit through his gloves and punctured his skin as he attempted to capture the injured animal, according to the Officer Down Memorial Page.

Platt, 47, had an allergic reaction to the bite, according to the page. Authorities also announced on the department’s Facebook page that he died at the University Medical Center in Lubbock, Texas, Tuesday due to “medical complications” as a result of the bite.
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Shades of Blue Season 2 Episode 9 Review: Chaos Is Come Again

Bullets were flying, and Harlee was yelling “Officer down!” into her phone at the start of Shades of Blue Season 2 Episode 9.

We had to wait until the end to figure out who had been shot.

From what little we saw in that opening scene, I could tell that it wasn’t anyone from their team, but I never expected it to be Nate bleeding out on Wozniak’s floor.

Harlee had hoped that confronting Stahl about his dead partner would at least buy her a cease fire for a few days.

Hardly. The attacks are coming from all angles now, and it’s going to be almost impossible for the entire team to dodge a bullet, literal or figurative.

It felt as though we were waiting for the other shoe to drop concerning Loman’s interview with Nate. For a moment it looked like Loman had come to his senses.
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AnnaLynne McCord and Dominic Purcell Just Can't Shake That Look of Love

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AnnaLynne McCord and Dominic Purcell Just Can't Shake That Look of Love
AnnaLynne McCord and Dominic Purcell make such a cute couple. The two first met on the set of Officer Down, and began dating in 2011. Although they split three years later, they became friends again when the Prison Break actor was diagnosed with skin cancer in 2015. "I was there with him because whether or not he knew it, I love him," the former 90210 star confessed during a podcast. Shortly after, the pair rekindled their romance, and have been full of sweet moments ever since. Despite their 17-year age difference - she's 29 and he's 46 - the two seem to be head over heels, constantly gushing about each other and showing Pda. See some of their cutest appearances together below. Related:25 TV Couples Who Became Real Couples28 Real Couples Who Played Couples on Screen
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Officer Downe Trailer Brings the Comic to Gory, Violent Life

Officer Downe Trailer Brings the Comic to Gory, Violent Life
That moment some of you hardcore comic book fans have been waiting for is here. No, we don't have the first trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 or a new teaser for Wonder Woman. Instead, we have something drastically different. And if you're into violence, gore and wack-a-doo portrayals of Police Officers pushed to the edge, Officer Downe is the movie for you.

Officer Downe is a comic-to-film adaptation that is definitely off the hinges. The following footage is definitely not for the squimish. It is chock full of very violent behavior. There are super weird villains that will, perhaps, be hard for your mom to wrap her head around. And there are some very big guns. This ain't no Marvel movie, we assure you of that!

Officer Downe looks like one hell of a time, and could be a cult classic in the making. It is based
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Triple 9 Clips Delve Into John Hillcoat’s Seedy Criminal Underworld

Highlighting the key chess pieces found in John Hillcoat’s star-studded crime caper, the latest Triple 9 trailer (featurette?) has landed, flanked by a string of dark and atmospheric clips.

Arriving by way of Open Road Films, Triple 9 stands as Hillcoat’s first foray behind the lens since 2012’s Lawless, and the director has continued his streak of assembling a who’s who of Hollywood talent. At the core of the actioner is Casey Affleck’s rookie cop Chris Allen, who is pulled into an illicit masterplan involving blood, greed and deceit when his precinct is bribed by the Russian mafia.

Scrambling for options, the only way to pull off the seemingly impossible heist is to execute a Triple 9 (police jargon for Officer Down) in order to stage a distraction on the other end of town. But when the chips come down, the corrupt group find themselves questioning
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Pretty Little Liars Recap: Party Foul

I’ve been thinking… if this whole ‘local terrorist’ thing doesn’t pan out, Charles Dilaurentis could forge a pretty sweet fallback career as a party planner.

VideosPretty Little Liars Sneak Peek: Aria Recovers from Charles’ Latest Attack

Alison’s presumed-dead brother threw himself a hell of a birthday bash on Tuesday’s Pretty Little Liars, complete with killer arcade games, an accidental drugging and a sting operation that had the girls waving their hands in the air like they just didn’t care. (Editor’s note: I suspect the girls did, in fact, care.)

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Time To Go To War In New Batman Arkham Knight Trailer

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WB has released the latest trailer for Batman Arkham Knight that is filled with gameplay, clocking in at just over 7 minutes long, this new trailer is sure to keep your hype level through the roof! Come inside to check it out.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment today released a new gameplay video for Batman: Arkham Knight. The Official Batman: Arkham Knight Gameplay Video – “Time To Go To War” is a continuation of the Official Batman: Arkham Knight Gameplay Video – “Officer Down.” See more of the Dark Knight in action in this extended gameplay walkthrough, as he pays a visit to Scarecrow’s safe house and battles the forces of the Arkham Knight’s militia.

Batman: Arkham Knight brings the award-winning Batman: Arkham trilogy from Rocksteady Studios to its epic conclusion. Developed exclusively for the new generation of consoles and PCs, Batman: Arkham Knight introduces Rocksteady's uniquely designed version of the Batmobile.
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Batman: Arkham Knight release date pushed back, new gameplay video arrives online

Rocksteady has announced a new release date for the hotly-anticipated video game sequel Batman: Arkham Knight, with the title pushed back three weeks to June 23rd…

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To help us get over the disappointment, a new gameplay trailer has arrived online entitled ‘Officer Down’, which we have for you here…

In the explosive finale to the Arkham series, Batman faces the ultimate threat against the city he is sworn to protect. The Scarecrow returns to unite an impressive roster of super villains, including Penguin, Two-Face and Harley Quinn, to destroy The Dark Knight forever.’

Batman: Arkham Knight introduces Rocksteady’s uniquely-designed version of the Batmobile, which is drivable for the first time in the franchise. The addition of this legendary vehicle, combined with the acclaimed gameplay of the “Batman: Arkham” series, offers gamers the ultimate and complete Batman experience as they
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New Batman: Arkham Knight Release Date Announced

Rocksteady has just confirmed that Batman: Arkham Knight will be released on June 23, 2015. Is this title a day one purchase for you? Which platform will you be playing it on, Xbox One or PlayStation 4? Watch the "Officer Down" gameplay video below and then take the conversation to the comment section. Related Content: New Batman: Arkham Knight Trailer We are pleased to announce our new release date - Batman: Arkham Knight will officially launch worldwide on 06.23.15 — Batman Arkham (@BatmanArkham) March 23, 2015 As Scarecrow unites the Rogues Gallery, including Two-Face, The Penguin, the Riddler, the Arkham Knight, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, they bring all-out war as they try to take down The Dark Knight, and claim Gotham City as their own. Rated Mature: Blood, Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence. Batman: Arkham Knight software © 2015 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Developed by Rocksteady Studios. All other trademarks and copyrights are the property
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Kim Coates to play title character in Officer Downe adaptation

Kim Coates to play title character in Officer Downe adaptation
Kim Cotes has landed the lead role in Officer Down.

The Sons of Anarchy star will play the title character in the adaptation of Joe Casey's graphic novel, Deadline reports.

The Image Comics' story centers around a cop who is killed in the line of duty.

Resurrected time and again by telekinesis, Officer Downe becomes the violent and slightly deranged secret weapon of the Lapd.

Slipknot co-founder M. Shawn "Clown" Crahan is making his feature film directing debut, having previously directed numerous Slipknot music videos.

Casey has adapted the novel for the big screen and Mark Neveldine and cartoonist Skip Williamson are producing.
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An Android on the Run Again in Sci-Fi 'Vice' Trailer with Bruce Willis

"They look and act like humans, which gives our clients the most realistic experience possible." Since the year is almost up, we're starting to get teases for films that will end up in the dumping ground of the early part of the year (January, February and most of March). This time it's the sci-fi action thriller Vice, which looks like a poor man's version of I, Robot meets Surrogates, and it even has the latter's star Bruce Willis involved. Loooking and feeling more like a film adaptation of the canceled Fox series "Almost Human," the movie follows a female android, used to carry out fantasies at a resort called Vice, that seems to be becoming more human with flashbacks and whatnot. Of course, she escapes, they pursue, and action ensues. Watch? Here's the first trailer for Brian A. Miller's Vice from YouTube (via THR): Vice is directed by Brian A.
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New Girl EPs Tease Bridal, Bruising, Biel-Filled Season 4 Premiere

New Girl EPs Tease Bridal, Bruising, Biel-Filled Season 4 Premiere
It’s been a cruel, cruel summer for the lofties of Fox’s New Girl, who’ve endured wedding after wedding with little more than a refrigerator door full of save-the-dates to show for it.

But as Season 4 opens (Tuesday at 9/8c), the group’s long, nuptial nightmare is drawing to a much-desired close.

“We pick them up [as they're] about to attend the very last wedding of the season,” executive producer Brett Baer tells TVLine. And all of those champagne toasts and garter tosses have proven fertile romantic ground for some (Schmidt, Coach), not so much for others (Jess, Winston).

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Exclusive: Bruce Willis Can't Let It Go In Clip From Thriller 'The Prince'

While Bruce Willis is not returning "The Expendables 3," the retro shoot-'em-up fest opening this weekend, the action veteran has two movies on the way, "Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame To Kill For" and "The Prince," and while you've seen plenty promotion from the former by now, here's a taste of the latter. Directed by Brian A. Miller ("Officer Down," "The Outsider"), and featuring John Cusack, Jason Patric, 50 Cent and Rain, the story follows a retired assassin who must face a former rival when his daughter is kidnapped. As this exclusive clip indicates, Willis' character aims to bring his enemy down. "The Prince" opens in theatres and VOD on August 22nd. Watch below.
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Bruce Willis Doesn't Forgive Jason Patric in New 'The Prince' Trailer

"I'm not gonna forgive you. Only God forgives." Just in case the first trailer for the action thriller called The Prince didn't convince you that this was not going to be a good movie, a second trailer has arrived, showing a little more of the story. Jason Patric plays a former assassin and father who finds his daughter in danger when a rival assassin (Bruce Willis) kidnaps her in order to get back at him for some wrong done in the past. The only interesting aspect of the film is Willis as the bad guy, but he really seems to be phoning this one in. And again, we're not very sure what John Cusack is doing here, but whatever. Watch? Here's the new trailer for Brian A. Miller's The Prince from Collider: The Prince is directed by Brian A. Miller (The Outsider, Officer Down and Caught in the Crossfire) written
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Lionsgate is Unveiling The Prince In the Action Thriller’s New Poster

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Lionsgate is Unveiling The Prince In the Action Thriller’s New Poster
Lionsgate is offering audiences a glimpse at ‘The Prince’ with the film’s new poster, stills and trailer. The action-thriller, which was directed by ‘Officer Down’ helmer Brian A. Miller, is set to be released on August 22 in theaters and On Demand. ‘The Prince’ was written by Andre Fabrizio and Jeremy Passmore. The movie features an all-star casting, including Jason Patric as Paul, Bruce Willis as Omar, John Cusack as Sam, Jung Ji-Hoon a.k.a Rain as Mark, Jessica Lowndes as Angela, Johnathon Schaech as Frank, Gia Mantegna as Beth and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson as The Pharmacy. Lionsgate has released the following synopsis for ‘The Prince’: Jason Patric, Bruce Willis [ Read More ]

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Bruce Willis seeks revenge on Jason Patric in The Prince trailer

Bruce Willis seeks revenge on Jason Patric in The Prince trailer
Bruce Willis and Jason Patric face off in the newly-released trailer for the action movie The Prince.

Director Brian A Miller's film stars Patric as a former Las Vegas crime boss who seeks revenge against a rival (Willis) when his daughter is kidnapped.

Patric's on-screen daughter in The Prince is portrayed by former 90210 actress Jessica Lowndes.

John Cusack plays Patric's partner-in-crime, while 50 Cent is one of the opposing henchmen.

Filmmaker Miller's previous credits include last year's Stephen Dorff-starring crime drama Officer Down and the 2011 action film House of the Rising Sun.

The Prince is released on August 22 in the USA, with a UK opening yet to be confirmed.
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Full trailer for Bruce Willis’ latest The Prince

Lionsgate has released a trailer for director Brian A Miller’s (House of the Rising Son, Officer Down) upcoming gangster thriller The Prince, which you can check out below…

After his daughter disappears, ex-hitman Paul (Jason Patric) packs his bags and goes in search. But along the way he locks horns with old foe, crime boss Omar (Bruce Willis), who has a 20 year long score to settle. Expect guns, fisticuffs and some questionable dialogue. Oh and lots of fun!

The Prince hits theatres August 22 and co-stars John Cusack, Curtis Jackson and South Korean badass Rain.

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First Trailer For The Prince, Starring Bruce Willis, John Cusack And Jason Patric

A movie starring Bruce Willis, John Cusack and Jason Patric sounds awesome. It’s the kind of line-up that film fans dream of. Between them, these three actors have starred in some of the most iconic films of the past thirty years, but, unfortunately, the trailer for The Prince undermines that excitement to the point of being almost off-putting – and there are two very simple reasons why.

The Prince tells the story of a mechanic with a questionable past (Patric), who is reluctantly drawn back into the shady underworld he once left behind when he finds that his old rival (Willis) has kidnapped his daughter. Working to rescue her, he must confront his past. Directed by Brian A. Miller (Officer Down), the film comes from a screenplay by Andre Fabrizio (Photo) and Jeremy Passmore (Red Dawn).

So, here’s the first thing that’s wrong with it – it’s nothing new.
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Bruce Willis is a Bad Guy in Action Thriller 'The Prince' First Trailer

The last time Bruce Willis teamed up with Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson for a movie, it was the abysmal action thriller Set Up, and now it appears neither of them have learned their lesson, because they can be seen back together in The Prince. However, Bruce Willis isn't the good guy, and 50 Cent isn't one of the leads. Instead, it's Jason Patric who takes the role of a father who finds his daughter in danger when a rival assassin (Willis) kidnaps her in order to get back at him for some wrong done in the past. John Cusack is here for some reason too, and this just looks like it's destined for the bargain bin all over again. Here's the first trailer for Brian A. Miller's The Prince, originally from Yahoo: The Prince is directed by Brian A. Miller (The Outsider, Officer Down and Caught in the Crossfire) written by Jeremy Passmore
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20th Screen Actors Guild Awards Announces Presenters – Show Airs January 18

Matt Damon, Robert DeNiro, Chiwetel Ejifor, SAG-AFTRA President Ken Howard, Mindy Kaling, Jennifer Lawrence, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, James Marsden, Ewan McGregor, Lupita Nyong’o, Sarah Paulson, Julia Roberts, Elisabeth Röhm, Meryl Streep, and Emma Thompson will be presenters at the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®, Executive Producer/Director Jeff Margolis and Executive Producer Kathy Connell announced today.

They join a growing roster of actors who will honor their colleagues at the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards that already includes Ben Affleck, Sasha Alexander, Don Cheadle, Morgan Freeman, Jennifer Garner, Clark Gregg, Tom Hanks, Jared Leto, Matthew McConaughey, Kevin Spacey, Kerry Washington, Forest Whitaker and Oprah Winfrey.

The 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, one of the awards season’s premier events, will honor outstanding performances from 2013 in five film categories and eight television categories, including the distinctive ensemble awards. This year’s Actor® recipients will be announced at
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