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Possibly it's co-incidence....but good actors are good actors. :) Gale Ann Hurd was asked about the prevalance of English/British actors in the Walking Dead and others... We asked Hurd why she thinks this keeps happening in American television and films – so many Brits/non-Americans playing these roles of Southerners – and she attributed it to open ...


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This is a regional thing. In the UK it's normally 17 weeks by agreement with cinemas. Famously in 2010 they upset the cinemas by trying a 14 week window to avoid a clash with the World Cup: From Wikipedia https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Film_distribution In early 2010, Disney announced it would be putting out the DVD and Blu-ray versions of Tim ...


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Based on my personal experience, some kids can cry on command. If a kid - or even an adult - is having trouble crying on command (or otherwise having trouble showing a certain level of any given emotion), some directors use tricks like these to get them to cry/show emotion (though for #6 on that list, from what I understand, Kubrick did much more than just ...



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