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{Jack Shephard/Matthew Fox} #157: He's in the movies

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Welcome to
the 157th Appreciation Thread
for Matthew Fox & Dr. Jack Shephard!

"The beauty of the soul shines out when a man bears,
with composure, one heavy mischance after another; not because
he does not feel them, but because he is a man of high
and heroic temper." ~Aristotle

Emperor - General Bonner Fellers

Matthew Chandler Fox

Emperor - General Bonner Fellers

Down these mean streets a man must go who is not himself mean,
who is neither tarnished nor afraid... He is the hero, he is everything.
He must be a complete man and a common man and yet an unusual man.
He must be, to use a rather weathered phrase, a man of honor, by instinct,
by inevitability, without thought of it, and certainly without saying it.
He must be the best man in his world and a good enough man for any world.

Emperor - General Bonner Fellers

True Heroes are not stronger, smarter or more capable than anyone;
They're just people, who don't have fear in help, in making a move,
when nobody else does.

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Greatness comes not when things go good,
greatness comes when you are really tested,
when disappointments and sadness come.
Because only if you have been in the deepest valleys
can you ever know how magnificent it is to be on the highest mountain.

There are two types of heroic deeds. One is the physical, in which the hero performs a
courageous act and saves lives. The other kind is the spiritual deed, in which
the hero learns to experience the supernormal range of human life and then comes back with a message.
A hero follows his own passion into realms previously unknown, discover a new truth,
and bring that gift back for his people. Heroes understand something is missing from their consciousness,
struggle until they find what it is, claim it, and share it.

When the will defies fear, when duty throws the gauntlet down to fate
when honor scorns to compromise with death - that is heroism.

"Whatever we learn to do, we learn by actually doing it.
Men come to be builders, by building, and harp players by playing the harp.
In the same way, by doing just acts, we come to be just.
By doing self-controlled acts, we come to be self-controlled,
and by doing brave acts, we become brave." ~Aristotle

That's what it takes to be a hero, a little gem of innocence inside you
that makes you want to believe that there still exists a right and wrong
that good will somehow triumph in the end.

A hero commits a courageous action without considering the consequences.
He acts for the greater good. He is an ordinary individual who finds strength
to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.
A hero will take charge, he'll act instead of react.
A hero is defined by action, not by potential.

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day1 - Smiley - THP - LTDA - Reclutant Hero - What? - Smirk
Cage - The Pianist - TTLG - Leader - Uncle Jack
Purple Shirt - Airport - Smile gif - Wink
S3finale - Card Shark - rain - The Kate Smile - Destiny
Basketball Jack - Peaceful - Proposal - Rescue - Superman

Cute - Glasses - Lovely - Thoughtful - Smily - hot
Matt&Josh:WAM premiere - Ducati style - Mc Sexy&Mc Dreamy -
A night with Lost- Vantage Point- TRL - Street -Columbia - Street2
A night with Lost2- Speed Racer - ABC Upfront1
bike- I want u- VP - daddy - bed - ABC Upfront2
ABC Upfront3 - ABC Upfronts4 - L'Oreal - BOX - Racer
Cowboy - Blue - Peace - Brooding - Rockstar

Sarah - Achara - Gabriella - Kate - Juliet

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The high sentiments always win in the end,
the leaders who offer blood, toil, tears, and sweat always get more out
of their followers than those who offer safety and a good time.

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Doctor. Leader. Hero. Heart&Soul.

"I have a son, he's about your age. He's not like me. He does what's in his heart.
He's a good man. Maybe a great one." ~ Christian

|| The Scenes;;

An eye opens. We see a man lying in the jungle. Scared. LOST. Slowly, in pain,
he gets up and emerges from the jungle to discover a crash site. He directly goes
over and helps as many people as he can. He saves them.
He's in control. His name, Jack.
Moments later, when things have
calmed down, he meets a woman, Kate, who helps him stitch the wound on his back.
He tells her a story about fear, and tells her he's a doctor, a spinal surgeon.
Jack&Kate continue to grow closer each episode and you can see that he's falling in love
with her. In this season we find out who Jack Shephard is and how he gets pushed in the
role of a leader without wanting to be there.
We discover more about his past and his troubled relationship with his father,
Christian Shephard. When he finds the coffin of his father in the caves,
Jack starts to see visions of Christian being on the island, and tells Kate
that his father died in Sydney and as his story continues we learn that Jack blames himself
for that. His father always told him that Jack wouldn't be good enough, that he wasn't strong
enough to be a leader, to fix things. And Jack believed him.
When Boone is dying Jack gives in everything to save him, he even donates his own blood
after hours of surgery, but Boone dies. Jack takes his anger out on Locke who was partly
responsible for Boone's death. Locke tells him about the hatch he and Boone found.
The season ends with them opening the hatch and looking down in a deep dark hole. ~Liesbeth

The heights by great men reached and kept were not attained by sudden flight,
but they, while their companions slept, were toiling upward in the night.”

"Jack, a wonderfully layered and complex character
who's so much more than a hero." - EW

"Jack is definitely my first love." ~ Damon Lindelof

"Why do you find it so hard to believe?" a baffled Locke asks Jack
in the season opener "Man Of Science, Man of Faith." One can hardly
blame him considering he's asked to push a button to "save the world", essentially.
That's what happens when he descends into the hatch he wanted to use for shelter to
find a man, Desmond, claiming he has been entering numbers in a computer to save the
world for three years. What's more is this man actually recognizes him because they've
met before the crash with Desmond telling Jack he'll "see him in another life."
Is it coincidence or fate?
Desmond goes AWOL but not before giving Jack the numbers to enter.
Locke wants to keep this number pushing business going and thinks its a two person job.
He wants Jack to enter them first and he flat out refuses. But Locke, as well as Jack,
knows that a part of him must believe in this or he wouldn't be there in the first place
so he stubbornly enters the numbers.

Much of season two involved the mysterious Others and Jack at odds with them.
From meeting a bearded 'Zeke' who told him this was *their* island and forced
him to give up their weapons, to meeting the likes of Henry Gale--an important
Other pretending to be someone else when he was captured, Jack was always willing
to go to battle. The season ends with a traitorous Michael leading Jack and company
to the Others camp in the rouse of going after Walt when he really plans on trading
them for Walt. Jack is aware of this but he tells his people
"You have to know that I would never bring
you out here if I didn't have a plan."

Sayid planned to ambush the Others at their camp. Unfortunately, Michael's more
devious then they thought and leads them to a clearing where the Others capture
Jack, Kate, Hurley and Sawyer.

In the flashbacks, we saw how Jack met his future wife, Sarah. Her spine was almost
inoperable and she would most likely be paralyzed. While he was very clinical and
lacked some compassion, he felt an emotional pull towards her and promised to "fix her."
Amazingly, he did so and they would marry but it would always be a strain on their
marriage as seen in 'The Hunting Party'. She resented that he was such a committed
man to his work telling him that "you will always need something to fix."
before leaving him for another man. ~Alesia

Between the idea, and the reality; Between the motion, and the act falls the shadow.”

“Jack is an incredibly tense dude. He’s a man that commits to what he
believes in with everything that he is. To a degree, he’s got an
adventuresome spirit. He's the moral compass of the show
and as the characters start to disintegrate because of the circumstances
they are in, Jack will always be the guy that is leading by example,
although he’s going to make mistakes.” ~ Foxy

“I don’t buy into the notion of pure heroes. I think that is sort of an antiquated idea.
For me it is more exciting to play guys like Jack who are very human,
like we all are, and flawed in many ways but in very difficult
circumstances do very heroic things and find some redemption in that.
I think that is very interesting and challenging and relatable to me.” ~ Foxy

Jack has always been a man of action; so when he was held in the Hydra
by the Others at the beginning of S3, unable to do anything about it,
he refused to be a cooperative prisoner; that is until he thought his friends'
happiness and lives were at stake. Rather than turn his back he did something
inherent to his heart--he sacrificed everything.
He put his life on the line, without a shadow of a doubt in his mind that
he would be killed for his actions. He did it out of love. Those two words
probably best describe Jack's journey throughout Season 3 – love and sacrifice.
Love for his people, love for a woman, sacrifice for his friends, and sacrifice for love.
He was willing to give up everything if it meant leading the rest of his people to rescue and safety.
His selflessness and leadership led his people to what they all believed was rescue.
We found however, that in the future Jack was a mess.
Broken. Shattered. Empty.
Far from the man we knew on the island, but it’s those moments in between the
hurt and the pain he was going through when we see that glimmer of hope;
when he’s still saving people, still caring for others, feeling for others,
still loving, still trying with all his might to do what he believes is right.
It’s that light in his eye that lets us know he's still there, that he’ll be back.
In the words of Faulkner, he "will not merely endure. He will prevail." ~Ashlee

I'll do anything for you. I did everything for you.”

"I think, way down, he is. He is an instinctual leader and an
instinctual very heroic guy, but he has all this baggage and this
really almost disturbing back story with his father. It's a strange relationship,
but it's one that I think every single man can relate to."~ Foxy

"The fact that he is suicidal ... I think there are little insinuations
that the island doesn't let people leave. My interpretation is that he feels
that there is something unfinished (on the island). He's desperate and he feels
like there is some fate or destiny that lies there." ~ Foxy

Hope. Jack Shephard was full of it. He had just successfully secured
his people a ticket off the island. He was, for the first time, completely relieved.
He almost seemed carefree. For 100 days, give or take, he had worked so hard on
getting them off the island and then for it to finally happen, it was freeing.

Stripped. He got off the island. Just not in the way he expected. It wasn’t all 40 of
survivors. It was only six. And while the lie they told, the lie they made up to
protect those left on the island was successful, it began to slowly eat away at
Jack’s already fragile state. In the beginning, all seemed fine. He entered a
relationship with Kate and he was happy. Truly happy. And he finally started to
believe that leaving the island was a good thing. That it was supposed to happen
like this. Yet the signs never left him. The lingering doubt was always present
whether it was the form of a three-year-old little boy or a supposed deceased father
that maybe, just maybe, he wasn’t supposed to be back in civilization.
He was supposed to be on the island.

Destiny. Towards the end of this journey, we saw Jack at his lowest he’s ever been.
It was the place where the only thing he had left was one he never thought
he’d have to rely on – faith. He didn’t know why he was meant to go back to the island.
He didn’t know why those he left behind were in danger. All he had was faith.

So, in the end, this season we saw Jack experience three things. Hope - when he realized
that after 100 days of death, life, love, and heartache, he was finally getting
off the island. Stripped – as he began to realize that leaving
the island like he did, living this lie back in civilization would not ever
sit right in his mind. Destiny – when he accepted that his life, his
meaning in this world would be experienced at the very place he was so desperate
to leave, the island. ~Carlie

Man performs, engenders so much more than he can or should have to bear.
That's how he finds he can bear anything.”

"Season four, I would say, was one of the harder seasons,
particularly the last batch of episodes--they were grueling.
Playing all the scenes leading up to the moment over [Locke's] coffin
with Michael Emerson (Ben) was tough. It was even to the point where I thought,
'I really, really hope this is the last time that I have to come [to this emotional place]
so that I can start moving Jack past that turn that he is going to make shortly after that." ~ Foxy

"I think he is really hard on himself, but I think he is desperately fighting
for the concept that human nature falls down on the side of good.
I believe the island has something involved with human nature falling
down on the side of bad. That's why he wants to leave. He's very suspicious of the place." ~ Foxy

The number 5 has been a defining character element in the story of Jack Shephard.
It represents a tried and true method he uses to conquer his fear and overcome frightening situations.
So it makes sense that Season 5 marks a turning point in Jack’s life.
No longer is he the type of man who only believes in what he can actually see and touch;
he’s starting to believe in fate;
destiny and powers beyond this world that are invisible to those who refuse to see them.
He’s not just taking a leap of faith in Locke or the island, but in himself and his companions as well.
It’s a completely different Jack than we have ever seen before.
After overcoming his addiction and putting that part of his life behind him, he’s now back on the island,
ready to see the signs the island is giving him and
ready to accept and conquer whatever challenges await him.
Jack is officially on his way to learning what it means to rely on faith, because sometimes,
that’s all you’ve got and at times, it can be the most powerful force on earth.
Jack is now heading down a path that will free him from the bonds of science and the idea
that there is no such thing as destiny or powers that are bigger than ourselves,
a path that will show him strength and courage inside of him he never knew existed and
most importantly, that miracles can and do happen. ~Carrie

He will not merely endure. He will prevail.

"I've been looking forward to that for some time, because it's been
increasingly more difficult for me to rationalize that Jack,
after everything he's seen with his own two eyes and what he's
been through, could still actually create a bubble of denial;
that he is still sticking to this concept of logic, reason and reality
that he is defining for himself. It became more and more difficult,
which would be his actual experience, But I was looking forward to
where he is now, sort of jumping off that cliff a bit and feeling the
free fall of not knowing. And also the idea that Jack doesn't control
it all and there is something bigger than him that he has to follow." - Foxy

"I've always believed part of what was destroying him
was his lack of physical proximity to the Island. He is fated to do something on the Island,
and he has fought that with every fiber of his body, and in doing that,
the Island is destroying him from afar. When he finds himself back in this place,
he's wide-eyed and alert. He knows he's in the path of his own destiny." ~ Foxy

"For 90 days I've been asked to make decisions for this entire camp.
There ya go. I just made one."

|| favorite Flashbacks&Flashforwards;;






"There are pieces of me in everybody, but if I had to pick one, it would be Jack Shephard.
His character is kind of a relentless seeker of truth in a way, and even though
he comes into the series as a repository of science and reason, he's susceptible to
the entreaties of faith and belief and increasingly so as the series goes on.
The journey of his character is to find a place for both those sides of the
temperamental coin, if you will. That journey just makes intrinsic sense for myself."
~ Stephen Williams, director

"At heart, he’s a very pure hero but they have also made
him willing to torture for a higher purpose. He’s willing to go to a really dark
side of himself to get a bigger goal accomplished and that’s really wonderful.” ~ Foxy

|| favorite Outfits;;

"When it's all said and done, you'll be able to look at the six seasons of Lost and
see a pretty amazing character arc. Jack has been evolving, and not necessarily
into a good place. We started the show with him being this hero who had no
concept of what that required, sort of trying to live up to the expectations...and then finding
the way to redeem himself." ~ Foxy

"Jack Shephard is the hero of the show, where it all begins." ~ Damon Lindelof

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"He has that cocktail of dangerous and charming.
He has a leading man's good looks, and heroic qualities as an actor."
~ Carlton Cuse

"The playfulness fused with the attention to the task;
the will to be flighty, but to be in command of the flight
and totally responsible for the people flying behind you--
well, that's all in the business of being a man.
That's Matthew Fox down to a tee."

|| The Man;;

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Matthew Fox.
Born: Abington, PA. July 14,1966.
Native: Wyoming. Husband. Father.
Columbia Grad. Family Man. Friend.
Country Boy. Actor. Sports Fan.
Photographer. Music Fan. Pilot.
Reader. Studies Chess. Follows Boxing.
Car Enthusiast. Artist. Man's Man.

"I'm kind of a t-shirt and jeans guy. I like stuff to be sort of worn
and used and comfortable. I keep clothes that I like for a very long
time, and I wear them way past the point they are supposed to be worn."

"I have a hard time enjoying something unless I'm good at it."

|| The Hobbies;;

"I don't go anywhere without my iPod.
The first thing I do every morning is
put on my music."

The National. Interpol. Radiohead.
Sigur Rós. Green Day. Band of Horses.
TV on the Radio. Bloc Party. The Postal Service.
Modest Mouse. I Am Kloot. The Arcade Fire.

"I had two brothers. When we were kids and
got into fights my dad always had a pair of
boxing gloves that he would give us.
He'd say: ' Go for it. If you're going to
throw punches at each other anyway,
then you may as well put these things on!'."

"I really am fascinated just by chess boards,
chess pieces and how they move on a board.
I go through phases in my life where I get all-consumed with
the game and study books and play a lot."

World War Z - Parajumper

"I've always been fascinated by flight.
As a kid I could sit and watch hawks
fly for a long time and sort of transport
myself into watching them and the sense of
the freedom that they must experience."[/font]

"I played football for a huge portion of my life,
all the way through college actually...
I’m a huge sports nut and I’m a big fan of the NFL."

“I’ve been a car nut for as long as I can remember.
One of the first things I wanted to be as a boy was a race-car driver."

"I treasure my cameras.
Taking pictures breaks me out of my work."

"To see him go from walking through the rehearsal to turning
on his character when it was time to shoot the scene was absolutely magical.
He is a brilliant actor!" ~ April Parker-Jones, actress

"He has the potential to be a leading man, but I think
he's interested in those quirky transformative roles.
Three, four years from now I can see him getting a
Supporting Actor nomination. He wants acting to be
hard, to be torture. He does not want
to ski the bunny slope."~ Damon Lindelof, creator of Lost

|| The Actor;;

"The way I choose things is always sort of a nebulous sort of vague process
and ultimately just comes down to sort of the sense inside yourself
that it’s really important for you to do this part and be a part of this project."

"When you’re doing a purely fictional story and you’re inventing a character
in a story just in your imagination, you want to make something beautiful.
You always set out to do that. But when you’re doing that in conjunction
with it being based on a true story and you’re playing a man that you’ve
become great friends with – I feel, you know, all I really care about
is that Red feels like I’ve done him right, you know? That was a huge part
of what drove me everyday."

Character: Red Dawson
Release: December 22, 2006
Synopsis: We Are Marshall tells an inspiring true story set in
Huntington, West Virginia, a small town steeped in the rich tradition
of college football...As those left behind struggled to cope with the
devastating loss of their loved ones, the grieving families found hope
and strength in the leadership of Jack Lengyel, a young coach who was
determined to rebuild Marshall's football program and in the process
helped to heal a community.

"It's amazing how many people walk around in this world
thinking their way is the right way and the only way.
That's pretty dangerous and pretty unforgivable."

Character: Kent Taylor
Release: February 22, 2008
Synopsis: Thomas Barnes and Kent Taylor are two Secret Service agents
assigned to protect President Ashton at a landmark summit on the global war
on terror. When President Ashton is shot moments after his arrival in Spain,
chaos ensues and disparate lives collide.

"There are very few times in life when you’re part of
a project that is endeavoring to do something that’s
never been done before, and this was
one of those times.”

Character: Racer X
Release: May 9, 2008
Synopsis: The only way for Speed Racer to save the family business
and beat Royalton at his own game will be to win the very same race
that claimed his brother's life so many years ago. In order to accomplish
that formidable feat, however, Speed Racer will not only have to rely on his family
and the aid of his longtime girlfriend, Trixie (Christina Ricci),
but form a tenuous alliance with his longtime rival --
the mysterious Racer X (Matthew Fox) -- as well.
~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

Character: Billy Smoke
Release: Pre-Production
Synopsis: The story centers on an elite hit-man who is nearly killed during a botched job.
He realizes that his only way to find redemption is to rid the world of all assassins.

-The Hollywood Reporter

"He’s quieter but he has this very subtle, intelligent, sort of
sexy underlying sense of humor that I really like. He’s
very smart and he’s ridiculously talented and I really love
working with him because his character is always fighting for
his people. So whenever I’ve done scenes with him and he’s got
up in my face, it just makes for really, really fun, intense scenes.
He brings a lot of intensity to a scene which I love – it really
gives me something to play with. I adore working with Matt
and he’s so handsome you know...I just…ugh… he’s dreamy…."
~ Rebecca Mader, Charlotte

I really enjoyed Matthew Fox's work a lot last season.
He gave some truly great performances. I think he, in particular,
had a really great season. ~ Henry Ian Cusick, Desmond

I'm really good at not losing concentration and cracking up
when I'm working. But Foxy and I are still at risk of losing it every time
we have to make eye contact. ~ Jorge Garcia, Hurley

"People have flaws, and heroism comes from rising above those flaws."

|| Pic of the Moment;;

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|| The LP;;

Disc One

Disc Two

About 'The Balancing Act':
This soundtrack could be called a character study of Jack through music.
No character on 'Lost' is more complex or layered than that of Jack Shephard.
He is not the antiquated hero; he's been broken, tortured, and hurt.
He's flawed but, the beauty of this is that he rises above those flaws
in order to achieve a greater purpose. Through all the brokenness and
the bruises lies a man with a good heart; a strength that sometimes he
doesn't even realize he has. He loves, cares, and is willing to sacrifice
whatever it takes for his people. He's stubborn, a fighter with a will that
is much stronger than the circumstances that have been thrown his way.
Even when we find him broken after leaving the island he's still fighting for
the concept of good. Jack's journey has constantly been an endeavour to find an equilibrium;
between taking control and letting go, between denial and acceptance.
It's a search for that balance between his past and the promise of his future;
between reason and logic, and the freedom that comes with taking a leap of faith.
This soundtrack is a study on Jack and his journey to find his balance.
His destiny. This is his balancing act.

|| The EP;;

The EP;;

About 'C&CL': 'Through the Looking Glass' is without a doubt one of the best episodes in the entire series of Lost.
Jack, on island, at the height of leadership is juxtaposed with Jack in the future who has hit rock bottom.
There's a dichotomy present in this episode where we find Jack in a place we hadn't thought we'd see before.
Tortured. Suicidal. Broken. Addicted. Empty.
This EP is dedicated to the flashforward character of Jack within the episode. Each song is meant to fit within
the context of the flashforward with the knowledge that we now have of what happened to drive him to the place
he has reached during the episode. While at moments dark, there are those flickers of light for the duration
of the soundtrack, much like we see throughout the flashforward in the episode, when even while in pain Jack
still has a drive and a will to find what he's meant to be doing; to get back to the island; to rise from the ashes
and be an even stronger version of the man he once was; to be redeemed and to ultimately find his purpose.

Making this LP & EP was a true labor of love for a character we have such a strong connection to.
We hope you enjoy listening to them as much as we loved putting them together. - Ashlee, Carlie, & Carrie -

|| The Credits;;

Fede (Whatsername): OP appreciation banner, reasons, soundtrack header, & 'hobbies' banners
Laura ( Laura ): Season banners & top flashbacks/flashforward banners
Luka (lulinha_k): 100th icons, animations, & top outfit banners
Laura (at atomicapples): Men's Health photoshoot art
Jen (rockthecreek): Foxy 'Details' transparents
Carrie (LoveyKJ23): S5 writeup, LP & EP covers, backs, and song arts
Alesia (tofillupthedays): S2 writeup
Lies (Lostbeth): S1 writeup
Carlie (Carlie06): soundtrack co-creator & S4 writeup
Ha (chase the memories): 100th icons
Ashlee (Ash_lost): colored Foxy pics, quotes art, 1st OP headers, soundtrack co-creator,
soundcard lyric transparents, Jack Shephard header, quote/header transparents
S3 writeup, tv & film banners, soundtrack writeups, 100th art,
top scene banners (inspired by poupa), & post concept/layout

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Some of the pics have been deleted. Does anyone have any replacement pics?
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Old 04-01-2014, 03:25 AM
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I can bring some replacement pics over from Matthew's board.
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Old 04-01-2014, 07:27 AM
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Thank you, Callie.
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Old 04-01-2014, 01:36 PM
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Old 04-03-2014, 09:26 AM
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^^ Do you just want Jack pics or some from Matthew's other more recent projects?
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Old 04-03-2014, 10:36 AM
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Recent projects would be good as this thread talks about Matthew's work as well as the character of Jack. Thank you.
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Old 04-03-2014, 11:40 AM
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Old 04-06-2014, 05:21 AM
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Here are a few pics:

Welcome To Harmony - Patrick

Brian Hallett photoshoot from the set


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Emperor - General Bonner Fellers

Alex Cross - Picasso

World War Z - Parajumper

In A Forest Dark And Deep - Bobby


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Old 04-06-2014, 10:59 AM
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Thank you Callie. I'll put them on the OP.
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Old 04-06-2014, 01:44 PM
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Those are great thanks!
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