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In honor of the, now, late Michael Clarke Duncan?

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He was a great actor! He will be missed...

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Great Actor, great movie. Thank you Michael Clake Duncan!

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@jcassens5: only his death came too soon. man o man that guy was lovable :(

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@13deals: Really. The dude always played a lovable, likeable, relatable character. It really sucks he is gone.

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Since folks are commenting on Mr. Clarke, and not just this deal, I’d also like to mention I also enjoyed him acting as Leo Knox in his latest TV series, The Finder. He has had such a wide-ranging career. Kung Fu Panda, The Island, The Scorpion King, Planet of the Apes, The Whole Nine Yards, The Green Mile, and Armageddon are some in his filmography I have seen/heard.

www.imdb.com/name/nm0003817/

I, and I am sure many others today, have submitted an update to the page for his day of passing.

RIP, sir.

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I couldn't help it, boss. I tried to take it back, but it was too late.

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Sad news. I think this is a nice, small tribute to the guy.

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Too soon for him to go. He seemed like a genuinely nice guy and I wish I got the chance to have a beer with him before he passed.

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bartsimpson, Agreed on the Leo Knox character, just the way he growled his lines sometimes. He also went to Scotland with Craig Ferguson this summer. Sad, he seemed really fit; I guess you never know what's going to happen when, so be kind to your loved ones every day. (and I'm 4 years older...)

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I find it disappointing that Michael Clarke Duncan is gone, but we still have Pauly Shore.

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Oh I'm sorry you guys are right, it's never too soon to start making money off a dead guy. Not even minutes after it was announced.

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@jcassens5: When did Hollywood stop paying DVD residuals to actors?