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Farrell's next American films, American Outlaws ( 2001 ) and Hart's War ( 2002 ), were not commercially successful, but his 2003 films, including Phone Booth, S. W. A. T., and The Recruit, the latter his first starring role, were well-received as well as box office successes.
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Farrell's next film, Martin McDonagh's first full-length feature In Bruges, which Time called " the prettiest bloodbath of 2008 ," opened the 2008 Sundance Film Festival.
Farrell's next book The Siege of Krishnapur and his last completed work The Singapore Grip both continue his story of the collapse of British colonial power.
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" Elvis Mitchell of the New York Times criticized Farrell's accent, writing that he " employ a wobbly American accent that makes him sound like an international criminal a step ahead of the authorities.
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In 2002, the group played a weekend's worth of well-received and well-attended shows in Massachusetts and New Hampshire with a 13-piece ensemble complete featuring an expanded troop of percussionists, a horn section, two backup vocalists and frequent collaborator Adam Terrel, whose gritty guitar leads counterbalanced Farrell's more reserved, jazz-inflected solos.
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* Judgment Day ( novel ), a novel by James T. Farrell, and the conclusion to Farrell's Studs Lonigan trilogy
Inspired by the previous summer's success of Perry Farrell's Lollapalooza Festival ( which had been organized by Bill Graham Presents, the driving force behind Blues Traveler's record and promotional deal ), John Popper and Dave Frey called upon their compatriots Widespread Panic, The Samples, the Spin Doctors, the Aquarium Rescue Unit and Phish to join them in a nation-wide, summer, amphitheater tour.
Farrell's Bar & Grill, also at 16th Street & Prospect Park West, is an old and famous institution ( as seen in the film Pollock with Ed Harris ), and used as a standard bar backdrop in many other film sequences.
His other notable made-for-television film roles include: Lieutenant Dorfrichter in M. Fagyas's Austro-Hungarian pre-war mystery The Devil's Lieutenant ( 1983 ); Rakitin in Turgenev's A Month in the Country ( 1985 ) opposite Eleanor Bron ; Kyril in the spy thriller Codename: Kyril ( 1988 ) opposite Edward Woodward, Richard E. Grant, and Peter Vaughan ; and the protagonist Major Brendan Archer in the faithful screen adaptation of J. G. Farrell's Booker Award-winning Troubles ( 1988 ), opposite Ian Richardson.
Her book Angus Lost was featured prominently in the movie Ask the Dust ( 2006 ), starring Colin Farrell and Salma Hayek, in which Farrell's character teaches Hayek's character, a Mexican, to read English using Flack's book.
He has introduced new editions of Rudyard Kipling's Kim ( Modern Library ), E. M. Forster's A Passage to India ( Penguin Classics ), and J. G. Farrell's The Siege of Krishnapur ( NYRB Classics ).
The Uí Fhearghail went on to become Princes of the territory of Anghaile ( Annaly ), roughly corresponding to present day County Longford, their chieftain sitting at Longphort Uí Fhearghail ( O ' Farrell's stronghold ), present day Longford town.
The Satellite Party is Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Farrell's new project which featured Bettencourt as lead guitarist ( Nuno left the band in July 2007, citing disagreements about the direction of the live show ), along with DramaGods drummer Kevin Figueiredo, bassist Carl Restivo ( who also played with Extreme in the Azores in 2004 ), and Etty Farrell on backing vocals.
In 2009, Boyd took a turn towards more serious leading roles with two-part adaptation " May Contain Nuts ", based on John O ' Farrell's best-selling novel, " Personal Affairs " for BBC3 and Royal Wedding ( 2010 ), which follows the 1981 Royal Wedding through the perspective of events held in a small Welsh mining village, written by BAFTA winner Abi Morgan, starring Jodie Whittaker.
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Those who completed the sundae without assistance of dining companions were asked to stand before the dining room and shout, in a loud voice, " I made a pig of myself at Farrell's ", after which the other diners would cheer, and a ribbon would be awarded in recognition of the accomplishment.
Ingredients for a bomb, including 64 kilograms of Semtex, were later found in a car in Spain, identified by keys found in Farrell's handbag.
* On July 20, 2006, as Colin Farrell was being interviewed by Leno, Farrell's stalker, Dessarae Bradford, evaded security, walked on stage as cameras were rolling, confronted Farrell, and threw her book on Leno's desk.
Materials for a bomb, including 64 kg of Semtex, were later found by the Spanish police in a car in Marbella, away in Spain, identified by keys found in Farrell's handbag.
Parts of Farrell's novels were made into a B movie in 1960, directed by Irving Lerner and starring Christopher Knight in the title role.
Farrell's assets were later acquired by Charlton Comics, and, until DC relaunched the character in the 1970s, Phantom Lady's only appearances were in reprinted Matt Baker stories in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
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* September 24 – A privately owned F-86 malfunctions on takeoff in Sacramento, California, and crashes into a Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour ; 22 people, including 12 children, are killed.
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Of Phone Booth, Ebert wrote that it is " Farrell's to win or lose, since he's onscreen most of the time, and he shows energy and intensity " while Philip French of The Observer simply says the actor " shines ".
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Farrell's big break came in 1975 when Wayne Rogers unexpectedly departed M * A * S * H at the end of the third season.
He spent the summer reading and rereading James T. Farrell's “ Studs Lonigan ,” John Steinbeck ’ s “ Grapes of Wrath ” and John Dos Passos ’ s “ U. S. A .,” and he began, or so he claimed, to set himself a daily quota of 3, 000 words of his own, on the theory that this was the way to get bad writing out of his system.
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In October 2011, the new Premier Barry O ' Farrell announced that the Governor, now Marie Bashir, had agreed with O ' Farrell's offer to move back into Government House: " A lot of people believe the Governor should live at Government House.
In early May 2007, bassist Peter Hook was interviewed by British radio station XFM – originally to talk about his contribution to the debut album of former Jane's Addiction singer Perry Farrell's new band Satellite Party saying that "[...] me and Bernard aren't working together.
* Warren Farrell vs. Susan Faludi Critical examination of the differences and similarities of Faludi's " Stiffed " and Farrell's " Women Can ’ t Hear What Men Don ’ t Say "
Farrell's claims on gender relations have attracted the interest of English academic Rory Ridley-Duff, who has integrated Farrell's perspectives into curriculum materials, academic papers and a book and developed Attraction Theory to capture the gendering dynamics implicit in Farrell's work.
However, in October 2011, the new Premier Barry O ' Farrell announced that the Bashir had agreed with O ' Farrell's offer to move back into Government House: " A lot of people believe the Governor should live at Government House.
Farrell and Avery bonded over a mutual appreciation for Joy Division and The Velvet Underground and began to practice together, even though Avery never did become a full-fledged member of Farrell's disintegrating group.
The new band was dubbed " Jane's Addiction " in honor of Farrell's housemate, Jane Bainter, who was addicted to drugs.
The new lineup of Jane's Addiction made their debut, performing at singer Perry Farrell's 51st birthday celebration, at Les Deux in Los Angeles, California on March 30.
After his escorts quarrel after killing Farrell, Jim manages to escape and notices the contrail of a jet aircraft flying high overhead, which largely confirms Farrell's theory.
2006 brought more success in Farrell's career, as he appeared opposite Jamie Foxx in Michael Mann's action-crime film Miami Vice.
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To keep the two straight, the director of the production gave Terkel the nickname Studs after the fictional character about whom Terkel was reading at the time — Studs Lonigan, of James T. Farrell's trilogy.
On the 100th anniversary of Farrell's birth, Norman Mailer was a panelist at the New York Public Library's " James T. Farrell Centenary Celebration " on February 25, 2004 along with Pete Hamill, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. and moderator Donald Yannella.