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“You know it’s funny,” Lillard told IFC of a potential sequel. [Writer/director] James [Merendino] didn’t bite, and I don’t really know where James is right now. I just think there’s such a great story to tell there.” We may never know for sure where Stevo’s road took him, but if we look at “Fat Kid Rules the World,” we at least have an idea.

But will we ever know for sure which way the character went?

If Lillard has his way, we’d be returning to Utah to find out. Linkletter does that for ‘Before Sunrise,’ like every ten years he goes back and makes that movie again.

So I have him as a high school counselor.” According to the filmmaker, “Fat Kid,” based on KL Going’s novel, isn’t so much an unofficial sequel to “Punk! And, for a variety of reasons, Lillard sees a lot of his earlier role in his new film.

At the end of the day, both characters exist to give voice to those who struggle to find their own. I walk down the street and I have the benefit of running into kids all the time saying ‘I love that movie, we found that movie and we watched it a hundred times, it meant the world to me.’ So I know that you make a movie with respect about a demographic that nobody cares about, that they’ll support it and it’s a powerful thing.

“I think that they are related,” Lillard says of Stevo and Stevo Going. And hopefully we treat that scene with respect, and those people in that world find it and like that movie.

The movie isn’t about a fat kid, it’s about people on the outside looking in.” “Fat Kid Rules the World” opens in NY today, LA on October 12, with additional cities to follow, and will be available on VOD and i Tunes beginning October 25.

Naturally, Sunday’s installment had a lot going on; the focus was still largely on Dougie Jones, as fans anxiously await the moment Dale Cooper awakens.

(A -like scene involving cherry pie, as well as Dougie murmuring “damn good” as he later ate said pie, might hint that Cooper will be back sooner rather than later.) Matthew Lillard’s Will Hastings bit the dust at the hands of one of the woodsmen, as David Lynch’s Gordon witnessed a vortex opening up in the sky (and found the rest of Ruth).

Roles in Serial Mom (1994) and Hackers (1995) followed, and then, in 1996's Scream, Wes Craven finally let him off the leash.

The horror grandee shrewdly exploited the sinister edge to the actor's clownishness, and Lillard was terrific as the cocky git who just might be a knife-wielding loony. And here I am having farting contests with an imaginary dog.") The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.

We really felt for him, especially when Shelly briefly left him and Becky to greet her current boyfriend: Red, the drug dealer who might also be a Lodge Spirit, or . (This is not, for the record, the same kind of violent vomiting we saw from Dark Cooper and Dougie Jones weeks ago.