"To have someone with a common experience, that's really hard in this business, because we get to a place if we're lucky that very few people get to go", Lowe explained. "Many more took his character and either emulated him or took a different direction based on what they saw in the movie". Another time, Paxton had called up Rob and told him to expect a call from James Cameron over one of his scripts that he had submitted.
When I played JFK [in Killing Kennedy] I came home one day and on my desk was a note from Bill and a package.
"Bill was the most loyal, old-school friend". If it was my mother's funeral, Bill's there. The type that showed for every single occasion, no matter how small - Bill would be there.
Bill was not only one of my closest friends, but he was without a question my closest friend in the industry.
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Justin Cornwell, left, and Bill Paxton present the award for outstanding actress in a motion picture at the 48th annual NAACP Image Awards on February 11, 2017, in Pasadena, Calif. Cornwell co-starred with Paxton, who died only two weeks after this photo was taken, in the new CBS series "Training Day". "Twister. Titanic. Apollo 13". Truly an incredible person, who literally followed his dream, and never gave up. He was a creative collaborator who was "like a brother" to his fellow actors.
"It was just a neat time to be from Hazard", said Quillen.
Bill Paxton starred in a sci-fi flick, Edge of Tomorrow alongside Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt. Director Doug Liman in an interview with US Magazine revealed that the talented actor had been nervous about his surgery, but had assured Liman that he would be ready to reprise his role as Master Sergeant Farell.
"I'm extremely saddened to hear of the passing of Bill Paxton, someone I was lucky enough to know and call a real friend. I meet him when I was 16 as we both worked delivering the L.A. Times in the morning. We were the only "young ones" there as most of the people were at least 40".