Faceless

Last Update: 03 Oct 2006

 
A federal prosecutor gets in touch with his inner criminal in order to take
down a sprawling underworld organization from the inside.
(logline from Fox Television)
 
To date, Faceless has not aired on Fox and wasn't picked up for their
2006 Fall schedule.
 
However you can download and watch the entire pilot episode the following
ways:
 
(Thanks to senijin)
xvid:
http://flvs.daum.net/flvPlayer.swf?vid=CXg_2J6etWs$
37min
150
 
wmv7:
http://flvs.daum.net/flvPlayer.swf?vid=9qvk5OvzJE0$
37min
250
 
(Thanks to gamyisajerichoholic).
Torrent:
http://www.mininova.org/tor/427831
(.avi)
 
 
 
Scroll down this page for links to screencaps from the pilot episode.
 
 
Sean is cast in the lead of Fox's undercover TV drama Faceless.
He plays heavy-set federal prosecutor John Robson - until he's beaten up
and shot. After losing weight, Robson takes on a new identity and goes
undercover as Eddie Pray to bring down a major crimelord.
 
The hour-long pilot comes from 20th Century Fox TV and Flame TV.
 
According to the casting call, Federal Prosecutor John Robson lives in
Sherman Oaks with his young family. He is driven, brilliant and intuitive.
Robson is fiercely certain that there is a link between all the crime factions
in L.A., and that there is one overlord whose capture will topple them all.
Despite losing support from the FBI, despite the nagging doubt of his
assistant prosecutor, Diana Palos, and despite the mounting pressure
from his wife to spend more time with their family, Robson won't back
down from his conviction and set the wheels in motion, not for the first
time, to try to get to the top via one of the middlemen, Lucas Reynosa.
Before he can close the deal with Reynosa, however, Robson is brutally
beaten, shot in the head, thrown into the river and left for dead - but
manages to reach a phone for help and winds up in a hospital, where, after
being in a coma for three months and learning that his family has been killed,
he emerges, a new man with an old agenda: Eddie Pray
 
Eddie Pray is a hard criminal, an asshole, an animal, determined, through
cunning and brutality, to rise through the L.A. crime hierarchy for his own
purposes - which happen to be those of John Robson.
 

Sean was in Los Angeles in the second week of March 2006 to film
Faceless; he was there until early April.
 

Sean on location in Los Angeles filming Faceless. Monday March 20, 2006.
 

 

 

 

 Click on the thumbnails to see larger pictures. Thanks to Pudge for these images.

Screencaps from the unreleased Faceless pilot. Thanks to gamyisajerichoholic
for these.
 
 

 

 

 

There's more where these came from. Follow these links!
 
 
Screencaps from Faceless:
(Thanks to pfyre)
Warning: MANY MANY PICTURES - WILL TAKE A LONG TIME TO LOAD
http://community.livejournal.com/bean_daily/893522.html

http://community.livejournal.com/bean_daily/894766.html
http://community.livejournal.com/bean_daily/895042.html
http://community.livejournal.com/bean_daily/895499.html
http://community.livejournal.com/bean_daily/895998.html
http://community.livejournal.com/bean_daily/896034.html
http://community.livejournal.com/bean_daily/894476.html
http://community.livejournal.com/bean_daily/894216.html
http://pfyre.livejournal.com/227360.html
http://community.livejournal.com/bean_daily/896389.html
http://community.livejournal.com/bean_daily/896628.html
 
More here, including downloads and caps:
http://community.livejournal.com/bean_daily/

Read all about the Casting Call for Faceless here

PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS:

Kevin Alejandro
Sean Bean
Brett Cullen
Reed Diamond
Paul Michael Glaser
Stana Katic
Yara Martinez
Clifton Powell
Brian Bloom
Colin Ford
Christopher Michael Holley
Kali Majors
Maury Sterling

Lucas Reynosa
Eddie Pray
John Robson
Vincent Ambrose
Bailey Hughes
Diana Palos
Mari Reynosa
Langdon Fox
Angel Eyes
Max Robson
Agent Curtis Lehane
Ruby Robson
Carter French

PRODUCTION CREDITS:

Genre
TV

Crime Drama
20th Century Fox Television

Producers

Joe Carnahan, Tony Krantz, Daniel Rappaport, Evelyn O'Neill; Dario Scardapane

Directed by
Writer

Joe Carnahan
Dario Scardapane

Running time
Broadcast Date

60 minute pilot
N/A

 
 

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