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Zitat von: McClane am 1 August 2015, 11:36:15Mit Wrestling hatte ich nie was am Hut, aber Roddy Piper gehört zu meinen B-Actionfavoriten.R.I.P. RoddyTodesursache war wohl ein Herzstillstand: http://www.wrestlezone.com/news/603727-roddy-pipers-cause-of-death
Zitat von: McClane am 1 August 2015, 11:36:15Roddy Piper gehört zu meinen B-Actionfavoriten.Todesursache war wohl ein Herzstillstand: http://www.wrestlezone.com/news/603727-roddy-pipers-cause-of-death
Zitat von: Mr. Blonde am 1 August 2015, 05:02:36unerwartet... traurig... :bawling:http://youtu.be/PpL3zDeKmNs
ZitatVon mir klare 10 von 10 Punkten, absolut empfehlenswert, wäre super wenn da mal ein Bootleg von erscheinen würde.
Zitat von: Mr. Blonde am 31 August 2015, 08:19:44Kein Künstler sonst hat so einen Einfluss auf meine Ängste gehabt, als ich ein Junge war. Diese Erinnerungen haben mich geprägt und Craven hat mich den Horror lieben und später überdenken lassen. Ein wichtiger Teil meiner Kindheit ist gestorben, nämlich der Teil, der den realen Horror weniger intensiv wirken ließ. Fuck.
ZitatSad news hitting the social media world as it's being announced that Catherine E. Coulson has passed away at age 71. No details have emerged regarding the reason of her passing. The news is coming from multiple sources online.The news was apparently first announced by Jennifer Lynch, daughter of David Lynch. She stated, "Very sad to hear that Catherine E. Coulson passed away today. That was one hell of a spectacular woman. I'm grateful to have been a part of her."Coulson is most known to horror fans for her portrayal as Margaret Lanterman, aka "The Log Lady", from "Twin Peaks", the mysterious and often annoyed character who constantly kept a log cradled in her arms. Coulson reprised this role in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me as well as in the "Pysch" episode "Dual Spires", which was an homage to "Twin Peaks" and featured many of the show's stars.Coulson was set to appear in the new season of "Twin Peaks", which only recently started filming. How prevalent her role was meant to be or what this will do to production is unclear. (http://bloody-disgusting.com)
ZitatFred Thompson, a Republican U.S. senator for eight years who also acted in feature films and on television, died Sunday, his family says in a statement. He was 73.The statement says he died in Nashville after a recurrence of lymphoma. It added he was surrounded by his family."It is with a heavy heart and a deep sense of grief that we share the passing of our brother, father and grandfather who died peacefully in Nashville," the statement added. "Fred was the same man on the floor of the Senate, the movie studio, or the town square of ... his home."Thompson, a lawyer, alternated between politics and acting much of his adult life. Once regarded as a rising star in the Senate, he retired from the seat when his term expired in January 2003, saying he didn't "have the heart" for another term.He was most widely recognized for his portrayal of D.A. Arthur Branch on the various Law & Order series, playing on them from 2002-07, before resigning to seek the Republican presidential nomination.He played in several movies, usually playing gruff, powerful figures, including: Die Hard II, The Hunt for Red October, Days of Thunder, Thunderheart, In the Line of Fire, Cape Fear and Born Yesterday among them. In the Senate, he held a number of high-ranking posts, including service on the Senate Finance Committee and the Government Affairs Committee. He was plain-spoken and an independent thinker: Along with John McCain, he was the only Republican to vote for the Feingold-McClain campaign reform bill.(HollywoodReporter.com)
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