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    Hasn’t he always been like the main suspect?
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    Quote Quoting megladon8 (view post)
    Hasn’t he always been like the main suspect?
    Well, him and Walken, last I checked.

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    Walken always gets left out of the scandal the way Nicholson always gets left out of the Polanski scandal.
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    Quote Quoting number8 (view post)
    Walken always gets left out of the scandal the way Nicholson always gets left out of the Polanski scandal.
    That is also true.

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    Well, Nicholson was in France. Who knows how the conversation went down on lending his house to Polanski for the weekend.

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    ‎The severed arm perfectly acquitted itself, because of the simplicity of its wishes and its total lack of doubt.

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    Quote Quoting Milky Joe (view post)
    I wonder who the worker is. Also wow I had no idea that Sinatra was involved.

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    Quote Quoting Ezee E (view post)
    Well, Nicholson was in France. Who knows how the conversation went down on lending his house to Polanski for the weekend.
    Ah. I bet he regrets that decision.

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    Liliana Bodoc (59), fantasy author known for the Saga of the Borderlands, a sort of Native American Lord of the Rings. It seems the first book has already been translated to English!

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    Damn. I thought he was older than that.
    Well, he was already playing a retired cop a quarter of a century ago. Assuming Martin Crane was sixty-five when the show started, that would make him about ninety today.
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    Rip mr. Cathey.
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    Quote Quoting baby doll (view post)
    Well, he was already playing a retired cop a quarter of a century ago. Assuming Martin Crane was sixty-five when the show started, that would make him about ninety today.
    True. I also recall seeing him in Striking Distance.

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    I know him best from House of Cards. RIP.

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    Johann Johannsson, 48.

    This one and Cathey hurt.
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    Quote Quoting Ivan Drago (view post)
    Johann Johannsson, 48.

    This one and Cathey hurt.

    Oh shit.

    Really hope his unused score for the new Blade Runner gets released. Damn. Such an immense talent, gone...

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    Wow.
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    I was actually just reading about Matt Damon and he’s like, ‘There’s a culture of outrage.’ I’m like, ‘Well, they have a reason to be outraged.’ I think it’s a lot of dudes just being scared. They’re like, ‘What if I did something and I didn’t realize it?’ I’m like, ‘Deal with it.’
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    I was lucky enough to work with Cathey twice. He narrated a couple of documentaries I produced. He was an absolute delight. Just the nicest, funniest, easygoing dude with one hell of a voice. Barely spent two hours talking to him on the phone twice in a year, but he made a huge impression on me. A lot of "celeb" narrators can't wait to get done reading the script, but Reg was game to talk through things, suggest changes, and chit chat for much longer than necessary after we were done. Wish I'd been able to meet him in person.
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    That's a huge wow. I was certain the "wow" was because of Cathey, which would have made sense, but then I saw it was because of Johannson. His Sicario score is amazing, but regardless, 48 is too young.
    I'm 7 years away from 48. That hits home.
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    Osugi Ren at 66. Seems too early.

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    Quote Quoting Sycophant (view post)
    Osugi Ren at 66. Seems too early.
    Way too early.

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    His performance in Hana-bi is my favorite.
    Giving up in 2020. Who cares.

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