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Walton-Goggins.net

Your only news source for all things on actor Walton Goggins.

Category: Cowboy and Aliens

Cowboys & Aliens Blu-ray Captures

I’ve added blu-ray captures of Walton from the 2011 film Cowboys & Aliens. Check em out:

More Photos from ‘Cowboys and Aliens’ Premiere

I’ve added 8 more photos from the July 23rd premiere of ‘Cowboys and Aliens’ into the gallery.

Gallery Link:
2011 > 07/23/11 – ‘Cowboys & Aliens’ World Premiere

Early Reviews from ‘Cowboys & Aliens’

I’ve collected some blurbs of where Walton was mentioned in a few ‘Cowboys and Aliens’ reviews from early screenings. The movie, however, is out today in Canada, United States and India.

Be sure to check out the listing of release dates worldwide here: @IMDB

The Detroit News: “Walton Goggins steals every scene as a nervous outlaw”

Metro Weekly: “Walton Goggins and the other character actors who surround Ford and Craig shine. ”

Gapers Block: “Cowboys & Aliens gets bonus coolness points for having Walton Goggins in its midst as an old acquaintance of Jake, from a time when his memory was a bit sharper.”

Walton Featured in Dodge RAM Commercial

It’s the Ram truck counterpart to Chrysler’s Eminem commercial. The one-minute ad ties in Ram trucks with the “Code of the West”. If you’re an honorable cowboy, you should be driving a Ram.

Apparently bad guys drive Ford F-150s, including what appears to be a brief cameo by actor Walton Goggins, aka Detective Shane Vendrell from “The Shield.”

Walton talks ‘Cowboys & Aliens’ & TV with Rosebud Magazine

You can read the snippet below of Walton’s interview with Rosebud Magazine:

Q: You’re already wildly popular amongst fans of “The Shield.” Is it true that your character Boyd Crowder on “Justified” was brought back to life by the fans?
A: Pretty much. I had agreed to do one episode and based on the reaction of the test audiences, they didn’t want to see Boyd die. I was doing a movie while the show kept rolling and the executive producers asked me if I would stay on for a bit. We were having such a good time and the relationship between Timothy Olyphant’s character Raylan and my character became so complex and juicy and delicious that once the movie shoot was over, they asked me to come on fulltime.

And make sure to read the entire interview over at Rosebud Magazine.

Brand NEW ‘Cowboys and Aliens’ trailer released!

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