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 Instagram Image by Jason S (@crimsong19) with caption : "Didn't realize tonight's press screening of @stellaslastmov was also the premiere ... nor did I realize who would be the" at Angelika Film Center - 1886003732764827220

Didn't realize tonight's press screening of @stellaslastmov was also the premiere ... nor did I realize who would be there! #ZeljkoIvanek

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Our favorite TV Captain @KevinPRahm will be making a return appearance in @CBS's hit series @MadamSecretary" - 1885762663776324630
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📢 TV NEWS 📢 Our favorite TV Captain @KevinPRahm will be making a return appearance in @CBS's hit series @MadamSecretary on Sunday, Oct 21st as "Mike B." - - #ZeljkoIvanek

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One of my favorite movies this past year is ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ (2017) directed by Martin McDonagh. . . . . #zeljkoivanek

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No other film has grown on me quite the way Martin McDonough’s Seven Psychopaths has. Initially disarming in expectations versus result, this isn’t just your average black comedy, there’s wonderfully subversive meta-narrative twists and it has something subtly acidic to say about the development and treatment of genre screenplays in the Hollywood of today, which wasn’t the approach I was expecting prior to seeing it for the first time. That and it’s straight up one of the funniest fucking things I’ve ever seen. Less serious and emotional than McDonough’s masterpiece of a debut In Bruges, the tone here is about as deadpan as it gets, with Sam Rockwell and Christopher Walken as Billy and Hans, two LA oddballs who make a living snatching people’s dogs and collecting the reward money later. Inevitably they grab the wrong guy’s dog who just happens to be unhinged gangster Charlie (Woody Harrelson), sparking a brutally violent wild goose chase all over LA and the surrounding area. It sounds like you know what you’re gonna get, right? Not really, for you see they’re joined by boozy, neurotic screenwriter Marty (Colin Farrell) who is trying to pen a script of his own titled ‘7 Psychopaths’, which not only becomes a running joke, but also provides aside vignettes and even heavily influences the plight of our three heroes in the ‘real world.’ Hans is a quiet, compassionate pacifist and Walken plays him against type, very understated. Farrell’s Marty is a hilarious, anxious wreck who orders six beers at noon and tears his hair out both from writer’s block and the unpredictable behaviour of Rockwell’s Billy, who is a blisteringly funny, antagonistic weirdo that should be on medication but has instead been let off the leash for what is probably the best and definitely the funniest performance the actor has ever given. Harrelson plays it loopy as a guy who’ll blow your head off without twitching an eye but bawls like a toddler when no one can find his silly shit-zu for him. They’re joined by Abbie Cornish and Olga Kurylenko who don’t have much to do (also a meta joke later on) as well as Zeljiko Ivanek, Kevin Corrigan, Linda Bright Clay, Michael Stuhlburg, Michael Pitt, Harry