Throwback Thursday ~ Paul In “Baytown Outlaws”

January 11, 2018

      This week’s #TBT takes place in 2012 when Paul starred in Baytown Outlaws. It is an action-comedy film, and Paul plays Reese, a young agent investigating a spree of crimes in the South.   In summary, 3 brothers decide to help a woman get her godson away from his abusive step-father. This leads to them being on the run from several different characters. The film also stars Billy…

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Wednesday Creature Feature ~ January 10, 2018

January 10, 2018

With the cold weather that has been in the US – are your pets warm when they are outside? Check our story below to see what is too cold for your pets. We also have some disappointing news that the Republican’s passed a bill to allowing oil to be drilled in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. On a cute note we did end everything with a cute dog video. Have a great…

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Throwback Thursday ~ Paul in “Wolf Lake”

January 4, 2018

This week’s TBT goes back to 2001 when Paul starred in a TV series called Wolf Lake. It aired on CBS but was cancelled after a few episodes. The UPN channel picked it up about 5 months later and replayed all the episodes including the final 4 that CBS did not air.  Paul plays Luke Cates, somewhat the alpha of the group, or pack, that is taking over the small Seattle town. …

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Throwback Thursday ~ Paul in “Beneath the Blue”

December 21, 2017

    This week’s #TBT goes back to 2010 when Paul starred in the movie “Beneath the Blue.”  When dolphin researchers discover groups of dolphins being found dead around their island, they suspect it is because of the Navy Sonar Program. Paul plays Craig Morrison, posing as a tourist, who is interested in the dolphin research program. However, he is actually in the Navy on an undercover mission. You’ll have…

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Paulisms ~ December 18, 2017

December 18, 2017

  “I reflected a very long time whether to play under my own name. I talked about this with my family and friends, but it’s true that my own name is very hard for people from America and therefore I have a nickname. I’m proud of my roots!” ~ Paul Wesley.  

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