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06 March 2010 @ 08:16 pm
Instead of having a bunch of Introduction Posts Scattered around the community as it grows (no matter how helpful it is to the post count), I've decided to create one singular Thread that allows members of seanbeanfans to read and get to each other (if they wish), maybe even make new friends with more than a common interest in Sean Bean. Fill out the application below in the text-area box and post your intro into the comments section below.

06 March 2010 @ 12:49 am
I've created a little Community Pimpage here that you can copy and post wherever Advertisement for Communities and Journals are allowed! From here on out the community is now MEMBERS ONLY so join if you want to see future posts =D.

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06 March 2010 @ 12:39 am
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26 October 2009 @ 07:23 pm
Sean Bean, Selena Gomez, Josh Holloway, Emmy Rossum, Joss Stone, Johnny Depp, Kiera Knightley, Zelos Wilder and four banners of Josh.

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28 March 2009 @ 07:05 pm
Zac Efron
Josh Holloway (including some as Sawyer in He's Our You)
Joss Stone
Scarlett Johansson
Sean Bean
Jared Leto
Antonio Banderas
Emmy Rossum
Manips: (Jared&Antonio; Josh& Johnny; Josh/Johnny/Hugh Laurie (as Sawyer, Sands and House); Zac&Scarlett)
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22 March 2009 @ 07:35 pm
Zac Efron
Sophia Bush
Scarlett Johansson & Sean Bean
Emmy Rossum
Catherine Zeta-Jones
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15 December 2006 @ 10:23 pm
...I'm pretty desperate for money right now so I'm selling off some of my LOTR collection :(

If anyone wants to buy a Decipher card signed by both Sean and Dominic Monaghan, let me know?
I'm asking at least $50 for it since it's hand-signed by both of them (I do have the COA somewhere, I just have to find it)

I also have other Decipher cards signed by Dominic Monaghan and Billy Boyd.
Current Mood: anxious
28 December 2005 @ 12:42 pm
I have a LOTR fansite in need of some fanmade graphics..if you're interested please visit my site (www.freewebs.com/lord_of_the_rings16/) and contact me. Thanks!!!

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10 September 2005 @ 09:24 am

Bid good riddance to lightweight summer fare and brace for a fall film slate to make adults sit up and maybe even applaud

CanWest News Service

Saturday, September 10, 2005

Is everyone gone now? Have the superheroes departed, and the intergalactic creatures, and the left-over bits and pieces of the Star Wars cast? Are the guns all put away? Have the car chases ended? Is Rob Schneider safely back in wherever it is he spends his time between Deuce Bigalow sequels?

Is it safe for the adults to come back to the movie theatre?

Well, yes and no. After a summer of lost chances and comic-book excesses, the fall film season is the palate-cleanser between, say, The Devil's Rejects and The Chronicles of Narnia, which is part of an even more promising Christmas season. Fall is time to see the early Oscar contenders and the prestige movies: new versions of Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice and Oliver Twist, this one directed by Roman Polanski; the movies they made from the Broadway musical Rent and the London play Proof, the latter of which pairs Gwyneth Paltrow with Anthony Hopkins; biographies of Johnny Cash and of Truman Capote during his In Cold Blood years.

For the children - the thinking children - there is the feature-film debut of the incomparable Wallace & Gromit, a Tim Burton adventure, and the fourth Harry Potter film. For the reading public, there are movies of best-sellers like An Unfinished Life, Everything Is Illuminated, Jarhead, and Bee Season. There's a new Terrence Malick film, always an event for film buffs, and a David Cronenberg work that just might be the movie of the year.

On the other hand, there is also the usual cast of silly comedies and naughty teen romps, a couple of horror movies, and - in a category all its own - the return of Tom Green. And we can't swear that one or two extraterrestrials might not still be lurking about somewhere.

For the most part, though, things look promising this autumn. Here are film opening dates to watch for, starting with the 10 best bets for the best time of the year.

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18 August 2005 @ 01:29 pm
Hi, I'm new. But I come bearing gifts! I just got this press release at work...

BBC AMERICA plans to co-produce a new miniseries, Sharpe’s Challenge. Sean Bean (The Island, Lord of the Rings) stars as Richard Sharpe, a maverick British officer who, in the years of Wellington's reign, defends the honor of the British Empire in foreign territories.

There have been 14 self-contained episodes of Sharpe in the UK, all starring Bean, who’s become a household name playing the title role.

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I have been trying to get my hands on the Sharpe episodes from the UK – the library has them, but never in order. The idea of new US ones makes me all tingly. Now I just wave to wait until next year. DAMN!