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Freeman's Lester Nygaard has a rough day and bumps into Thornton's mysterious drifter character in a hospital, while Kate Walsh's Gina Hess is glad that her husband is dead.
Calling the pilot script for 'Fargo' 'flawless,' Thornton gushes, 'What's on TV now is actually like the movies that we were doing. It's inevitable that actors are going to go to TV now.'
The 'Bad Santa' actor will play a manipulative man on FX's limited series, which is based on the Coen brothers' 1996 crime film.
Moving on from their three years marriage, Jolie did him a favor by writing the foreword of his new book, 'The Billy Bob Tapes: A Cave Full of Ghosts'.
In May, Amanda Brumfield was found guilty of murdering her best friend's child while babysitting.
Amanda Brumfield who has not talked to her famous father in a long time is due to stand trial next month for the first-degree murder of Olivia Madison Garcia.
'It's kind of like a compliment song-slash-dig,' Gomez revealed about her plan of taking a jab out of some people who did not treat her right.
The 55-year-old actor is reportedly in talks with Miramax-Weinstein film executives to play the boozy character in the 'Bad Santa' sequel.
The book's author Stephen King says he would love to see Gyllenhaal taking the lead role of Stuart Redman and Thornton in another part.
Talking about his past romance with the sexy actress, Thornton said they were branded 'vampires' after rumor about them carrying each other's blood in tiny bottles erupted.
Though calling the diet 'ridiculous', Thornton will stay on his own menu while his family has turkey during the festivity.
The star has been struggling for good role post recession, saying 'I find out there aren't that many movies being made because there's a recession... I really didn't know that it was that serious.'
Hoping to have a fresh outlook, the actor says, 'We're living in a time in the entertainment business when if you have the opportunity to do something real, it is nice to be able to talk about it.'
Because of his busy schedule, the actor decided to refuse the offer from director Peter Berg and his fellow producers of the TV spin-off to reprise his Coach Gary Gaines role.
In the film, Megamind voiced by Ferrell creates a new superhero rival after killing his arch rival Metro Man.