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In Mark Hamill's 2004 movie Comic Book: The Movie, LaMarche made a rare live appearance to be in the special features of the DVD alongside Pinky and the Brain co-star Rob Paulsen.
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As with Mononoke and Kiki, critical opinion was mixed about the new dub, but Cloris Leachman and Mark Hamill's performances as Dola and Muska drew praise.
Chris Ayers ' performance as Frieza has also been met with a decidedly mixed response, with some citing it as inferior to Linda Young's work while others compare it favourably to Mark Hamill's performance as the Joker in the DC Animated Universe.
* Tom Cruise's Top Gun character Lt. Pete ' Maverick ' Mitchell ( or an ironic inversion of a trait, as in Mark Hamill's by-the-book Wing Commander character, Col. Christopher ' Maverick ' Blair ).
Comic-Con International has served as the setting for Mark Hamill's Comic Book: The Movie, and for an episode of the HBO television series Entourage, the latter of which, while set at the event, was not filmed there.
* Mark Hamill's 2004 parody Comic Book: The Movie, about a comic book fan and a film adaptation of his favorite character, was released direct-to-video and achieved mild success, garnering a cult following among comic book readers.
* Mark Hamill's cameo in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back ( he at one point tells the title characters, " don't fuck with a Jedi Master, son ", and after losing a hand in a swordfight, he looks straight into the camera and shrugs, " not again ", a reference to The Empire Strikes Back ).
The authors of the book I Can't Believe It's a Bigger and Better Updated Unofficial Simpsons Guide, Warren Martyn and Adrian Wood, wrote that " the best bits all involve either the convention or Mark Hamill's repeated attempts to not be mobbed.
He had a minor role in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith as Jedi Master Cin Drallig (" Nic Gillard " spelled backwards ) and was Mark Hamill's first choice as his stunt double for Return of the Jedi.
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Her deputy Mark Popescu became responsible for editorial content in 2004, a role he continued in until the appointment of Bakhurst as Controller in 2005.
: San Francisco Giants first baseman-outfielder Mark Sweeney, who spent 2003 and 2004 with the Rockies, said, " You wonder if some people are going along with it just to keep their jobs.
Superman: Birthright, a limited series written by Mark Waid in 2004, offers an alternate look at Luthor's history, including his youth in Smallville, and his first encounter with Superman.
In September 2004, the Brewers announced they had reached a verbal agreement with Los Angeles investment banker Mark Attanasio to purchase the team for a reported US $ 223 million.
After the 2004 season, with Mark Attanasio now in control of the franchise, the Brewers were finally able to spend some money on free agents.
In 2004, then Australian Labor leader Mark Latham described conservative calls for " civility " as " The New Political Correctness ".
Mark Teixeira, Alfonso Soriano, Michael Young, and Hank Blalock became some of the best-hitting infielders in the league, with Young, Blalock, and Soriano were named to the 2004 All-Star Game.
Vanuatu briefly recognized the Republic of China ( Taiwan ) in late 2004 when on 3 November Prime Minister Serge Vohor signed a communiqué in Taipei with ROC Foreign Minister Mark Chen.
They include Peter Phillips, ed., Lingard Remembered: Essays to Mark the Sesquicentenary of John Lingard ’ s Death ( London: Catholic Record Society, 2004 ); Edwin Jones, John Lingard and the Pursuit of Historical Truth ( Brighton, England, and Portland, Oregon: Sussex Academic Press, 2001 ); John Trappes-Lomax, ed., The Letters of Dr. John Lingard to Mrs. Thomas Lomax ( 1835-51 ) ( London: Catholic Record Society, 2000 ); J. A.
In 2004, Random House published a sequel to Puzo's The Godfather, The Godfather Returns, by Mark Winegardner.
Melissa Etheridge's 2004 song " Tuesday Morning ", written in honor of Flight 93 passenger Mark Bingham, concluded with the phrase, " Let's roll.
In 2004 WFTO launched the FTO Mark which identifies registered fair trade organizations ( as opposed to the FLO system, which labels products ).
* Mark Cotta Vaz ; Craig Barron: The Invisible Art: The Legends of Movie Matte Painting, Chronicle Books, 2004 ; ISBN 0-8118-4515-X
Marbles was released in 2004 with a 2-CD version that is only available at Marillion's website – kind of a ' thank-you ' gesture to the over 18, 000 fans who pre-ordered it, and as even a further thanks to the fans, their names were credited in the sleeve notes ( this ' thank you ' to the fans also occurred with the previous album, Anoraknophobia ). Marillion in 2007, left to right: Steve Rothery, Steve Hogarth, Pete Trewavas ( front row ), Mark Kelly, Ian Mosley ( back row ) The band ’ s management organised the biggest promotional schedule since they had left EMI and Steve Hogarth secured interviews with prominent broadcasters on BBC Radio, including Matthew Wright, Bob Harris, Stuart Maconie, Simon Mayo and Mark Lawson.
In May 2004, the Tribune revealed that free-lance reporter Mark Falanga was unable to verify some facts that he inserted in a lifestyle-related column that ran on April 18, 2004, about an expensive lunch at a Chicago restaurant — namely, that the restaurant charged $ 15 for a bottle of water and $ 35 for a pasta entree.
In the 2004 mini-series Superman: Birthright, a new retelling of Superman's origin and early years, Mark Waid depicted a Krypton, officially stated as being located in the Andromeda Galaxy 2. 5 million light-years away, with elements of various versions of the planet, but closer to the pre-Crisis version.
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Next, Lynch created his own television series with Mark Frost, the highly popular murder mystery Twin Peaks ( 1990 – 1991 ); he also created a cinematic prequel, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me ( 1992 ), a road movie, Wild at Heart ( 1990 ), and a family film, The Straight Story ( 1999 ) in the same period.
Conversely, BBC critic Mark Kermode believes that " the movie industries of Britain and America are inextricably intertwined ", citing numerous examples of how Hollywood provides work to British production staff and studios, whilst Britain enables Hollywood to base their prestigious productions at UK studios.
( 1999, Dark Horse Comics ), one shot comic spoofing the movie " The Blair Witch Project " ( with Mark Evanier )
In April 2000 producer Andrew Mark Sewell announced that he had bought the rights to Blake's 7 from the estate of Terry Nation, and was planning to produce a TV movie set 20 years after the finale of the original series.
The author also alludes to the deaths of Bruce Wayne's parents as being on the night of a movie theater showing of Tyrone Power in The Mark of Zorro, a movie with a release date of November 8th, 1940, a time when Bruce was a youth.
The " Soldier's Boot Camp " follows the actors as they take preparation for their roles to an extreme ( 30 minutes )), " One Hour Over Tokyo " and " The Unsung Heroes of Pearl Harbor ", two History Channel documentaries along with " Super-8 Montage ", a collection of unseen Super-8 footage shot for potential use in the movie by Michael Bay's assistant, Mark Palansky ; " Deconstructing Destruction ", an in-depth conversation with Michael Bay and Eric Brevig ( of Industrial Light and Magic ) about the special effects in the movie and " Nurse Ruth Erickson interview " complete the extra features component.
More recently, Eveleth produced Mark Pavelich, who played on the 1980 U. S. Olympic team that memorably defeated the Soviet Union ( depicted in the movie Miracle about the Miracle on Ice ) and Finland en route to a gold medal.
This is a tribute to the movie " Grumpy Old Men " ( 1993 ) and its 1995 sequel " Grumpier Old Men ", written by Mark Steven Johnson about his grandfather, Wabasha native Charles Gilbert.
There was a 1984 TV movie sequel The Jerk, Too, starring Mark Blankfield as Navin ( the Steve Martin role in the original ).
" The British film critic Mark Kermode, an admirer of Taylor Hackford observed, " It's a much tougher film than people remember it being ; it's not a romantic movie, it's actually a movie about blue-collar, down-trodden people.
* In the 1999 movie SLC Punk, in one scene where the character Mark ( Til Schweiger ) is showing Stevo ( Matthew Lillard ) and Heroin Bob ( Michael A. Goorjian ) all the high-end luxuries and other items around his home that he was able to afford from dealing drugs, he brandishes a Laserdisc and exhorts " It's a movie!
The movie, appearing shortly after The New York Times suffered a similar scandal to the one that Shattered Glass portrayed, occasioned critiques of the journalism industry itself by nationally prominent journalists such as Frank Rich and Mark Bowden.
** Mark Fraser Landon, born 1948 ( adopted ; Dodie's biological son ), died May 11, 2009 – did some small acting, including role in the Landon TV movie Us