TV & FILM
bill-swift - March 14, 2014
We've got some sad news to report. No, not more details about Batman VS Superman.
Legendary voiceover man Hal Douglas passed away last week at the age of 89. Apparently, "in a world" where pancreatic cancer kills millions, one man could not turn the tide.
Forrest Gump, Water World, Philadelphia, Con Air, and Men in Black are just a few of the trailers to which Douglas lent his distinctive voice. Along with fellow voiceover artist Don LaFontaine (who passed away in 2008), he helped convince a generation of moviegoers that paying money for a ticket and then being forced to watch ads for other movies was not only acceptable, but fun.
R.I.P. He will be missed.
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