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From September to September , Wheaton hosted a Revision3 syndicated video podcast called InDigital along with Jessica Corbin and Hahn Choi.
He hosted a NASA video on the Mars Curiosity rover which landed on Monday August 6, In , Wheaton mentioned his love for the game of poker on his blog.
The following year, he began writing more extensively about his poker-playing experiences, including stories about playing Texas hold 'em tournaments locally and in Las Vegas.
Eventually, he worked up to regular play, including a run at the World Poker Tour Championships. On June 23, , Wheaton accepted an invitation to join Team PokerStars.
In June , he announced he would no longer be on Team Pokerstars due to changes in the US legal system that would cause poker sites to have to focus on European and Asian markets  and held a farewell Pokerstars tournament on June 5, , which he titled So Long and Thanks for All the Chips.
Wheaton, along with webcartoonists Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik of Penny Arcade , and Scott Kurtz of PvP , played in front of a live audience.
The game was hosted and recorded by Wizards of the Coast with Chris Perkins as the dungeonmaster. Wheaton hosts the web series TableTop that he created with Felicia Day , in which he explains how to play various card, board, and dice games, then plays the game with celebrity guests.
This web series has had over 4. Wheaton starred in the Kickstarter -funded game There Came an Echo by Iridium Studios. Nintendo of America announced on Twitter that Wheaton would be voicing Abraham Lincoln in Code Name: STEAM.
Wheaton has spoken out against misogyny in video game culture ,   and wrote a profile of Anita Sarkeesian for the Time A fictionalized version of Wheaton was included in the comic book PS , in which he harbors the power of telekinesis.
Wheaton's debut comic book The Guild: Fawkes, which he wrote alongside Felicia Day , was released on May 23, Wheaton has recorded several of his non-self-published books as downloadable audiobooks.
These include Just A Geek , Dancing Barefoot , The Happiest Days of Our Lives , Dead Trees Give No Shelter , asteraleS , kamaKiri and The Criminal Minds Production Diary , an excerpt from his book Sunken Treasure.
Wheaton has provided the voice-over for the digital gamebook , Trial of the Clone. Wheaton has performed improvisational and sketch comedy at the ACME Comedy Theater in Hollywood.
Wheaton runs his own blog , Wil Wheaton Dot Net. Between and late , he operated a message board, known as "The Soapbox " or " Paracosm ", as part of the blog site.
He contributes regularly to the Los Angeles-based Metroblogging site. In June , he became that month's featured Tech writer for the SuicideGirls Newswire.
From January to October , he wrote a column for The A. Club about early video games, called "Games of Our Lives. In early , he founded the independent publishing company Monolith Press and released a memoir entitled Dancing Barefoot.
Monolith Press was "founded on the idea that publication should not be limited by opportunity. Dancing Barefoot sold out three printings in four months.
In winter , Wheaton signed to publisher Tim O'Reilly with a three-book contract. O'Reilly acquired Dancing Barefoot , and published his extended memoirs, Just a Geek , in summer of He has since written about his bitterness regarding how the book was marketed, believing it was pitched as a Star Trek book when he intended it as more of a personal memoir.
With the release of Sunken Treasure: Wil Wheaton's Hot Cocoa Box Sampler in February , instead of using traditional publishing, Wheaton decided to self-publish using Lulu Publishing , releasing paperback and digital copies, something he has continued to do with all his publications since.
As a chapbook , Sunken Treasure contains several small extracts of various different projects, including two short stories from Ficlets , an ACME comedy sketch, William's Tell and a Criminal Minds production diary.
The production diary was later released as an audiobook. Later that same year, Wheaton released Memories of the Future: Volume 1 , a humorous critique, as well as an account of Wheaton's own experiences with, and memories of, the first thirteen episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Closing up , Wheaton published a special edition of The Happiest Days of Our Lives , which included an afterword by his son, Ryan.
The Happiest Days of Our Lives and Sunken Treasure were released on a Creative Commons license. In , Wheaton wrote the short story "Laina" for the Star Wars anthology From a Certain Point of View.
The book features 40 short stories, each by a different author, to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Star Wars. Wheaton described himself as a liberal in Bush 's plan to suspend habeas corpus and to use torture : "Shame on President Bush.
Shame on his Republican allies in Congress , and shame on the spineless, cowardly Democrats who did not stand up to them.
Wheaton is a supporter of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and has been involved with the organization since On August 24, , Wheaton gave the keynote address for the yearly Penny Arcade Expo , which was subsequently made available online.
Much of Wheaton's address focused on the debate over violence in video games. He also gave the keynote at PAX East in Boston , Massachusetts.
He supported Barack Obama in the United States presidential election ,  and opposed Proposition 8 , calling it "nothing but hate and discrimination".
In September , Wheaton announced that he was supporting Bernie Sanders ' bid to be the Democratic Party presidential candidate nominee. Immediately following the Sutherland Springs church shooting on November 5, , Wheaton on Twitter stated in response to Congressman Paul Ryan 's call for prayers for the victims that "The murdered victims were in a church.
If prayers did anything, they'd still be alive, you worthless sack of shit. Wheaton was roommates with Chris Hardwick while they were both students at UCLA.
Wheaton has interest in computers, the internet, and technology in general. He enjoyed brewing his own beer at home ,  and he collaborated with Fark creator Drew Curtis and Stone Brewing Co.
CEO Greg Koch to create a geek -themed stout beer called Stone Farking Wheaton w00tstout. In January Wheaton announced he had been sober from alcohol for 5 years.
Wheaton is a longtime fan of the Los Angeles Kings ice hockey team,  and of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Wheaton lives with generalized anxiety disorder and chronic depression. He supports mental health nonprofit organizations in raising awareness for these conditions.
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Crazy Credits As the end credits begin, we see Gordie's son and his friend playing on his front yard on their way to a swimming pool.
Alternate Versions In the edited for TV version, Lardass Hogan's name is shortened to Lard for obvious reasons. The editing is very obvious when the crowd starts chanting his name and the film looks and sounds very choppy as a result.
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Edit Details Official Sites: Official Facebook. Country: USA. Language: English. Runtime: 89 min. Sound Mix: Dolby Atmos Dolby Digital Mono.
Color: Color Technicolor. They walk back to Castle Rock and part ways, and the extended flashback ends. The present-day Gordie reveals that Teddy and Vern drifted away from him and Chris shortly after entering high school and explains that Chris later went to college and became a lawyer.
When attempting to break up a fight in a restaurant, he was stabbed to death. Despite having not seen Chris for nearly 10 years, Gordie types that he will miss him forever.
Gordie ends his story with the following words: "I never had any friends later on like the ones I had when I was twelve.
Jesus, does anyone? The film was adapted from the Stephen King novella The Body. Evans sent a copy of The Body to Karen Gideon, the wife of his friend and writing partner Raynold Gideon, on August 29, as a gift for her birthday.
Although the money was not an issue, the share of gross profits was considered excessive, especially considering that no stars could be featured to help sell the movie.
In response, Evans and Gideon pursued an established director, Adrian Lyne , to help sell the project. After reading the novella, Lyne teamed up with Evans and Gideon, but all the studios the trio approached turned the project down except for Martin Shafer at Embassy Pictures.
Evans and Gideon asked to also produce the film, but Shafer suggested they team up with Andy Scheinman , a more experienced producer. He was sent the script by Scheinman,  and his initial reaction was the script had promise but "no focus".
And through the experience of going to find the dead body and his friendship with these boys, he began to feel empowered and went on to become a very successful writer.
He basically became Stephen King. Reiner has said that he identified with Gordie, as he himself struggled with the shadow of fame cast by his comedian father, Carl Reiner.
Days before shooting started in the summer of , Embassy was sold to Columbia Pictures , who made plans to cancel the production. The producers showed a print to Michael Ovitz , head of the powerful Creative Artists Agency , and Ovitz promised to help them find a distributor.
According to screenwriter Raynold Gideon, The Body "sounded like either a sex film, a bodybuilding film or another Stephen King horror film.
Rob came up with Stand by Me , and it ended up being the least unpopular option. In a interview with NPR , Wil Wheaton attributed the film's success to the director's casting choices:.
Rob Reiner found four young boys who basically were the characters we played. I was awkward and nerdy and shy and uncomfortable in my own skin and really, really sensitive, and River was cool and really smart and passionate and even at that age kind of like a father figure to some of us, Jerry was one of the funniest people I had ever seen in my life, either before or since, and Corey was unbelievably angry and in an incredible amount of pain and had an absolutely terrible relationship with his parents.
Feldman recalled how his home life translated into his onscreen character: "[Most kids aren't] thinking they're going to get hit by their parents because they're not doing well enough in school, which will prevent them from getting a work permit, which will prevent them from being an actor.
He interviewed our characters. I think I was Vern that summer. Rather than start shooting right away, Reiner put the four main actors together for two weeks to play games from Viola Spolin 's Improvisation for the Theater which Reiner called "the bible" of theater games  and build camaraderie, which led to a real friendship between them and several one-shot takes, where the young actors hit their cues perfectly.
Before settling on Richard Dreyfuss as the narrator and the role of the adult Gordie , Reiner considered David Dukes , Ted Bessell , and Michael McKean.
Principal photography began on June 17, and ended in late August Parts of the film were shot in Brownsville, Oregon , which stood in for the fictional town of Castle Rock.
The town was selected for its small-town s ambience. The "barf-o-rama" scene was also filmed in Brownsville.
A local bakery supplied the pies and extra filling, which was mixed with large-curd cottage cheese to simulate the vomit. The scene where the boys outrace a steam train engine across an foot tall trestle was filmed on the McCloud River Railroad , above Lake Britton Reservoir near McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park in California.
The locomotive used for the scene, M. The actors did not feel a sense of danger until Reiner threatened them as follows: "You see those guys?
They don't want to push that dolly down the track any more. And the reason they're getting tired is because of you I told them if they weren't worried that the train was going to kill them, then they should worry that I was going to.
And that's when they ran. Jack Nitzsche composed the film's musical score. On August 8, , a soundtrack album was released containing many of the s and early s oldies songs featured in the film:.
The movie's success sparked a renewed interest in Ben E. King's song. Initially a 4 pop hit in , the song re-entered the Billboard Hot in October , eventually peaking at 9 in December of that year.
The film was a box office success in North America. Verhandlungen über Vertragskonditionen, die ihm neben Star Trek die Arbeit an anderen Projekten ermöglicht hätten, scheiterten.
Ab diesem Zeitpunkt trat er bis zum Erscheinen seines Buches Dancing Barefoot auch nicht mehr auf Conventions auf. So verbrachte er die folgenden Jahre in Kansas bei NewTek , die anfangs Software und Hardware zur Videobearbeitung auf dem Computer Commodore Amiga herstellte.
Durch seine dortige Arbeit eröffnete sich die Möglichkeit, selbst Filmideen umzusetzen. In den späten er Jahren entdeckte Wil Wheaton den Independent-Film für sich.
Verschiedene seiner Filme gewannen Preise: The Good Things , in dem Wheaton einen frustrierten Mautkassierer aus Kansas spielt, wurde beim Deauville Film Festival als Bester Kurzfilm ausgezeichnet.