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    SMGslayer97

    [1]Jul 22, 2006
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    Ready...set...discuss all things Nathan!

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    angelandspike

    [2]Jul 22, 2006
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    I'm a Nathan fan. I love all his work, not just Mal. He's an awesome actor.
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    [3]Jul 23, 2006
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    Agreed, but the only thing is I haven't seen him in much. Obviously there's Firefly and Buffy but other then that I haven't seen much of his work. But he is a great actor, you can see it in Firefly alone.
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    angelandspike

    [4]Jul 25, 2006
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    Have you seen Slither? He was really good in that. He also has a very small part in Dracula 2000 and he starred in Water's Edge. Both of those are available for rent.
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    spikemaniac

    [5]Jul 30, 2006
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    Slither was the stuff, he was awesome in that.

    I'm still debating with myself whether I'm more in love with Caleb or Mal. I love Mal, but i can't help but to love Caleb too. I need other people's opinions.
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    SMGslayer97

    [6]Jul 30, 2006
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    angelandspike wrote:
    Have you seen Slither? He was really good in that. He also has a very small part in Dracula 2000 and he starred in Water's Edge. Both of those are available for rent.


    I did see him in Dracula 2000 but he didn't have much of a role.
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    angelandspike

    [7]Aug 1, 2006
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    Mal has so much depth. Caleb is pretty single minded. I truly love watching Nathan as Caleb and Caleb is my favorite Buffy Bad Boy, but Mal is a character that I can truly love.

    That being said, Nathan was definitely awesome as Caleb. It's evident that he really enjoyed the role as well. It also illustrates his range.

    You're right. His role in Dracula 2000 was small. Originally, he was considered for the role of Marcus (Omar Epps). The director was so impressed with his acting that he gave him the smaller role simply to have him in the film, though. The role was larger, but some of it ended up on the cutting room floor.

    Ok. I know way too much about Nathan, don't I?
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    SMGslayer97

    [8]Aug 1, 2006
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    angelandspike wrote:
    Mal has so much depth. Caleb is pretty single minded. I truly love watching Nathan as Caleb and Caleb is my favorite Buffy Bad Boy, but Mal is a character that I can truly love.

    That being said, Nathan was definitely awesome as Caleb. It's evident that he really enjoyed the role as well. It also illustrates his range.

    You're right. His role in Dracula 2000 was small. Originally, he was considered for the role of Marcus (Omar Epps). The director was so impressed with his acting that he gave him the smaller role simply to have him in the film, though. The role was larger, but some of it ended up on the cutting room floor.

    Ok. I know way too much about Nathan, don't I?


    Not at all!
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    angelandspike

    [9]Aug 2, 2006
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    Thanks. I really like talking about Nathan's work.
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    SMGslayer97

    [10]Aug 6, 2006
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    angelandspike wrote:
    Thanks. I really like talking about Nathan's work.


    Your welcome! I can't wait to see more from him! You know I just flashed to. His very small role in that movie about the guy who's family lives in their bomb shelter for like 60 years when a plane crashes in their backyard. It had the guy from The Mummy he played Adam and Alicia Silverstone played Eve but man I am blanking on the title.
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    angelandspike

    [11]Aug 6, 2006
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    Blast From the Past is the name of the film. He played Eve's ex-boyfriend, Cliff.

    There's a release date for White Noise 2: The Light. It's slated to be released on January 5, 2007. That is so far away. I wish it were sooner. I'm a little worried about Waitress, though. It was in post production before White Noise 2, but it still doesn't have a release date.
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    [12]Aug 7, 2006
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    angelandspike wrote:
    Blast From the Past is the name of the film. He played Eve's ex-boyfriend, Cliff.

    There's a release date for White Noise 2: The Light. It's slated to be released on January 5, 2007. That is so far away. I wish it were sooner. I'm a little worried about Waitress, though. It was in post production before White Noise 2, but it still doesn't have a release date.


    I wanna see Waitress but I wasn't a few of White Noise.
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    angelandspike

    [13]Aug 10, 2006
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    I like White Noise. From what I've read, they've taken a different approach to things in the second one, though. I don't think it's like the first one.
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    [14]Aug 14, 2006
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    angelandspike wrote:
    I like White Noise. From what I've read, they've taken a different approach to things in the second one, though. I don't think it's like the first one.


    Well, maybe I might give it a shot but I don't know. I guess it really all depends on what it looks like. We shall see I suppose! He could make it awesome though.
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    angelandspike

    [15]Aug 15, 2006
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    I think he makes everything he's in awesome. Water's Edge is not a very good film, but he makes it worth watching.
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    [16]Aug 19, 2006
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    Hmmmm...haven't seen that one. As a matter of fact haven't heard of it. Synopsis?
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    angelandspike

    [17]Sep 4, 2006
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    I'm not very good at that. You'd get a better idea if you just looked up the film. It was made in 2003.
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    SMGslayer97

    [18]Sep 9, 2006
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    angelandspike wrote:
    I'm not very good at that. You'd get a better idea if you just looked up the film. It was made in 2003.


    Thanks, I'll give it a look.

    You are right though he makes everything he is in worth watching. I mean if it's good it's good, like Firefly/Serenity. But the bad stuff. Well, he defenitely makes it better.
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    angelandspike

    [19]Sep 12, 2006
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    Yes. He did that with Miss Match also. I am not an Alicia Silverstone fan and I don't care for the show in general, but he was very good in the role of Adam Logan.
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    [20]Sep 12, 2006
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    angelandspike wrote:
    Yes. He did that with Miss Match also. I am not an Alicia Silverstone fan and I don't care for the show in general, but he was very good in the role of Adam Logan.


    I never had the pleasure of seeing the episode. I had watched the show once to see one my favorite actresses, Charisma Carpenter, in an episode but I was so bored twenty minutes in that I threw in the towel.
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