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Feb 15, 2012
Justified: 3×05 ‘Thick As Mud’ captures added!

Written by Carol

I’ve added 217 HD logoless captures from the newest episode of Justified into the gallery.

Gallery Link:
Season 3 > Screen Captures > 3×05 – Thick as Mud

Feb 9, 2012
Justified Season 3 Live Premiere Chat Photos

Written by Carol

I’ve added 21 photos of Walton from behind the scenes of the Season 3 premiere chat of Justified which took place on January 17th!

Photos courtesy of the official Justified Facebook Page

Gallery Link:
Season 3 > 01/17/12 – Behind the Scenes at the Justified Season 3 Live Premiere Chat

Feb 8, 2012
Justified: 3×04 ‘The Devil You Know’ captures added!

Written by Carol

I’ve added 188 HD logoless captures from the newest episode of Justified into the gallery.

Gallery Link:
Season 3 > Screen Captures > 3×04 – The Devil You Know

Feb 2, 2012
Walton Talks Justified and More with A.V. Club

Written by Carol

The A.V. Club: You were originally supposed to die at the end of the Justified pilot. Was coming back to life complicated, in terms of other stuff you had going on?

Walton Goggins: I was doing a movie, Predators, and we had already left Hawaii when the show started, so I was able to fly back and forth and just be in town long enough to do a scene here or there. So that’s why, in season one, Boyd was just in every two episodes or one episode, and just kind of had a scene. So I was able to pop in and out.

At the time, I was actually under a contract to star in a show that my partner and I sold to AMC called Rectify, and that prevented me from signing on as a regular early on. Then we got the word, maybe episode nine of Justified, that Rectify wasn’t going to go full with AMC. [Justified] laid out the invitation to me, and I gratefully accepted it, because I was having so much fun. And as it turns out, my partner is doing Rectify for Sundance.

AVC: What was that experience like, to be so liked for season one, but also to be limited in how much you could be in it?

WG: It was so unexpected. I had no expectations for this experience, beyond the love of the word and the people I was working with. I didn’t think about it, because I didn’t have skin in the game. I didn’t have a stake in its longevity early on. The only thing I thought about, really, was getting to work with Tim [Olyphant, as Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens] every day and loving it, and [writer-producer] Graham [Yost]. These scripts would come down, and we’d have conversations about them. To have access to work is one thing for an actor; to have access to good work is another thing, and this was good work. I came back in earnest around episode nine, and that’s when Boyd really took off—nine, 10, 11, 12, 13—those last four or five episodes was really when I was available, I was here. And Raylan and Boyd could begin their dance in earnest.

AVC: Especially in season two and three, you’re kind of in your own shadow-show within the show, where you’re doing your own thing and have your own plot. Can that be a little isolating, to be outside of the main storylines?

WG: Well, I think it is. I think those storylines run tandem. I think the same thing with The Shield, with all the different characters, from CC [CCH Pounder] to myself to… Every one of us would have our own story. And yet the strike team would have the procedural, or CC and Jay [Karnes] would have the procedural.

In this show, you have a crime on some level; it’s kind of solved every week. It’s not as clear-cut as The Shield, but that’s not why people watch this show. People watch this show to see the development of the characters. In my world, I feel like I’m participating in the ongoing story, and that’s something people really want to see. It’s not when Raylan is taking down a bad guy that people are interested in Raylan. It’s when he’s dealing with his ex-wife, or when he’s dealing with Boyd or Mags Bennett or Neal McDonough, because you know he’s going to get to deal with them again next week.

So I don’t know. In some ways, I quite liked being the satellite storyline, because I think that it’s in some ways purer. It’s not diluted with the need to have a beginning, a middle, and an end. But it is ongoing in the beginning, middle, and end. It can last over 13 episodes. In some ways, I feel like we’re not even in the middle yet, and we’ve been going on now for 39 episodes, so far.

You can check out the interview in full over at AVClub.com

Feb 1, 2012
Justified: 3×03 ‘Harlan Roulette’ captures added!

Written by Carol

I’ve added 214 HD logoless captures from the newest episode of Justified into the gallery. I don’t know about you guys, but I really enjoyed last night’s episode. 😀

Gallery Link:
Season 3 > Screen Captures > 3×03 – Harlan Roulette

Jan 25, 2012
Justified: 3×02 ‘Cut Ties’ captures added!

Written by Carol

I’ve added 182 HD logoless captures from the newest episode of Justified into the gallery. Enjoy!

Gallery Link:
Season 3 > Screen Captures > 3×02 – Cut Ties

Jan 19, 2012
Justified: 3×01 ‘The Gunfighter’ captures added!

Written by Carol

I’ve added 131 HD logoless captures from the season three premiere of Justified into the gallery.

Gallery Link:
Season 3 > Screen Captures > 3×01 – The Gunfighter

Jan 18, 2012
Walton on Boyd’s New Swagger, Ava and more!

Written by Carol

Boyd has a great speech I think in the “Devil You Know” episode where he’s talking to Devil and he says, “Which Boyd Crowder am I being asked to follow?” And Boyd says, “What if I told you I was the man who recruited you in that church and I also told you I was the man who got shot, who found God, who betrayed his father and I was the man who killed me and gotten a whole bunch of men killed.” And he says, “I can’t discard my past anymore than these tattoos.” Does he see himself as all those things?
I don’t think that he is always so truthful with himself and that was a very truthful moment. It’s rare that you get to glimpse that with Boyd, that kind of honesty. I think that the roadmap of his life is tattooed on his body—from the swastika to the JC [Jesus Christ], which is above the bullet hole. I think he’s come to terms with all of it and it’s like, “Well, I can’t run from that past, but I’m not that person anymore, and that helped me get to where I am.”

I think that’s the evolution of humanity. We can only transcend by truly coming to terms with where we come from. That’s what I felt Boyd was saying in that moment. He’s not saying I’m a racist or I’m a born-again Christian. He is saying I’m all of it, everything; I’ve worn all of those coats to get to this moment right here just to shed them.

You ask some deep questions man. This may require a glass of wine.

That’s what I need watching the show! So this season he is sort of getting the gang back together; he has some real goals.
He has some recruiting to do. Don’t you think? [Laughs.] I mean his band of outlaws is pretty thin, but I think that for Boyd this season is about putting in a foundation and finding that cornerstone on which to build his empire. Hopefully once he gets to his empire it will be earned and not something that comes easy. He’s starting from the ground up and he’s a CEO of a criminal corporation and he’s never been that as a real leader, a real player before. So his attitude has changed, his behavior changes. Everything changes. He has his swagger back, but it’s a different swagger.

How would you describe his new swagger?
I think he will find humor in the strangest of places and he will find sadness in the strangest of places. He is still a showman, but his audience has heard all of his homilies, so now he’s forced to motivate people in a different way, in an authentic way, in a real way.

And speaking of the whole criminal enterprise thing, he has a lot of competition this year.
He has a lot of competition, man. Yeah, a lot of competition and a few mouths to feed, you know?

You can check out the interview in full over at RedEyeChicago.com