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E3 2021: I Expect You To Die 2 Introduces Wil Wheaton in New Trailer

Schell Games’ excellent I Expect You To Die is getting a well-deserved sequel and the game’s developer is wooing players with a new trailer and a gameplay demo this month. Schell Games’ has released a brand new trailer for the recently announced I Expect You To Die 2, and while it’s just a short one, it packs a big punch. A Wil Wheaton-sized punch, in fact, as the former Star Trek actor is taking on the role of international celebrity Jon Juniper and he’ll be joining players on their quest to die a thousand times and maybe stop the evil Zoraxis.
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I Expect You to Die 2 Features Wil Wheaton, Launches This Summer

It’s E3 2021 week so there are plenty of videogame announcements fly around including a few virtual reality (VR) ones. Today, Schell Games has announced that its escape room sequel I Expect You to Die 2: The Spy and the Liar will be launching this summer and its got some star talent on board.
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Jerry O'Connell expresses sympathy for 'Stand By Me' co-star Wil Wheaton following emotional abuse revelation

Jerry O'Connell is reacting to his "Stand By Me" co-star Wil Wheaton's revelation that he was abused at a young age around the same time the 1986 movie came out. Wheaton claimed that he suffered a "combination of an incredible emotional abuse from my father, and a lot of manipulation, using me, from my mother" in an interview with Yahoo Entertainment last week.
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Stand By Me's Wil Wheaton Reveals How His Performance Was Informed By Alleged Childhood Emotional Abuse

Rob Reiner's Stand By Me is an incredible and timeless piece of cinema, the story emerging from the memories and imagination of Stephen King, and brought to life with a collection of perfect performances. The movie features an amazing ensemble of young actors, with the lead of the pack being Wil Wheaton as the innocent and grief-stricken Gordie Lachance – and the work he does is remarkable from such a young star. It's an impressive turn to look back on, and Wheaton has now revealed that he feels at least part of its power comes from the fact that it was informed by what he has recalled as emotional abuse from his own childhood.
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Wil Wheaton says abusive childhood inspired his Stand by Me performance

Ahead of the 35th anniversary of Rob Reiner's Stand by Me, the film's star Wil Wheaton revealed how his tumultuous childhood inspired his performance of Gordie. "Important context, I think, is that I didn't want to be an actor when I was a kid. My parents forced me to do it," Wheaton told Yahoo Entertainment in a recent interview. "My mother made me do it. My mother coached me to go into her agency and tell the children's agent, 'I want to do what mommy does.'"
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‘Stand by Me’ Star Wil Wheaton Says Parents’ Emotional Abuse Powered His Breakout Performance

Rob Reiner’s 1986 film “Stand by Me” remains a touchstone coming-of-age classic 35 years later. While the film served as a breakout vehicle for Wil Wheaton, who starred as 12-year-old aspiring writer Gordie in the adaptation of Stephen King’s 1982 novella “The Body,” it wasn’t without a lot of pain for the actor. In a recent interview with Yahoo! Movies touting the film’s 35th anniversary, Wheaton (now 48) revealed how his difficult experiences as a budding child star in Hollywood, and the emotional torment inflicted by his parents because of it, shaped the role.
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Wil Wheaton Says That His ‘Stand By Me’ Performance Was Fueled By His Parent’s Emotional Abuse

It’s hard to believe that we’re already celebrating the 35th anniversary of one of the best coming-of-age films ever, Stand By Me, which premiered in theaters in 1986. It’s been an eventful and often tragic 35 years for the foursome at the center of the film. River Phoenix died of an overdose in 1993, and Corey Feldman has experienced a lifetime of drug and alcohol abuse. Jerry O’Connell, however, seems to have weathered the last three-and-a-half decades fairly well.
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Wil Wheaton and Punk Rock Karaoke cover Dead Kennedys

Here's an unexpected collaboration. Wil Wheaton of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Tabletop has covered The Dead Kennedys with Punk rock Karaoke. They do a version of "Police Truck." Punk Rock Karaoke is the touring act that includes punk rock veterans who kick out the classics while members of...
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It’s True: Wil Wheaton Made His Hip-Hop Debut in 1989

He’s changed through the years from that youngster who Captain Picard kicked off the bridge into a regular on Big Bang Theory. On his “. ” streaming show, he greets fans as “nerds,” and we like it. He’s also an accomplished writer and voice-over artist. But did you know that Wil Wheaton made his Hip-Hop debut back in 1989?