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12.12.2006

I would call the poster below cool beans but, in doing so, I think I would strip away all validity of my opinion and, along the way, any inclination you might have to scroll down and take a peek. So for the sake of safety, let's call the UK quad for THE GOOD SHEPHERD, which recently went up at IMPawards as pointed at by the guys at Solace in Cinema, pretty f*cking awesome. In case you haven't been paying attention, Robert De Niro's first directorial effort since A BRONX TALE* examines the early days of the CIA through the story of Edward Wilson, a young agent whose idealism gradually shifts to suspicion and complete distrust of everyone around him as he moves into more influential roles in the midst of the Cold War. SHEPHERD stars Matt Damon along with a ridiculous cast including Angelina Jolie, Joe Pesci, Alec Baldwin, Billy Crudup, William Hurt, John Turturro, and De Niro himself. It hits theaters December 22nd. Click the poster for a closer look.

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Extra Tidbit: *... First directorial effort since A BRONX TALE unless you count THE SCORE, for which De Niro allegedly had an uncredited role as director along with the credited Frank Oz.

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2:45PM on 12/12/2006
Please just someone kill Matt Damon so no director out there still uses him in his films... Can't wait for this besides him though.
Please just someone kill Matt Damon so no director out there still uses him in his films... Can't wait for this besides him though.
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12:59PM on 12/12/2006

Good Sheperd quad....?

Spelchec dude. Needs to not be mispelin on a site like this.
Spelchec dude. Needs to not be mispelin on a site like this.
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