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"I mean, your first movie and you're telling people, 'No, you're wrong'. "There are also more unsung heroes which is that one of our strongest supporters was the head of the completion bond company, Film Finances here in Los Angeles."Roger has always been all of that, but we could have bowed to the pressure.
Hurd sums it up best: “He’s irreplaceable.”“He made going to work fun”HURD: My memories of Bill go back to when he was a carpenter on Battle Beyond the Stars. Bill would join us and color, or create something fun with the clay. ”GOLDSTEIN: Hudson and Vasquez were like each other’s foils. Everything that he just blurted out, she felt but kept in.
And as soon as the credits ended, he stood up and shot his fists in the air like, “Ahh! ” We both knew [the movie would be big], but he really knew.“How do I get out of this chickenshit outfit?
”GOLDSTEIN: Mad magazine did a whole Aliens spread [when the film came out] and Bill was so excited: “Oh my God, I’m gonna finally be in Mad magazine!
” As Marine combat technician Private Hudson in James Cameron’s 1986 sci-fi blockbuster Aliens, Bill Paxton spun scene-stealing cinematic gold out of comically masculine bravado and wild-eyed panic—the latter captured in his most iconic line: “Game over, man! He proved a gifted, if underrated director (go watch Frailty right now) and the only actor apart from Aliens costar Lance Henriksen to have the honor of being killed onscreen by an Alien, a Predator, and a Terminator—as his fans love to recall.
”The line took on newer, sadder tones when the beloved character actor passed away suddenly in February from complications following surgery. But it’s Hudson and his endearing, voice-breaking meltdowns most everyone remembers first.