2010 Chevy Camaro's First Starring Role

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I was catching up on my DVR watching last night and turned on NBC’s new spy show, “My Own Worst Enemy,” starring Christian Slater. The former movie actor has sunk to broadcast TV, but turned in a respectable performance as a spy with a split personality, presumably to create the perfect cover identity. The premise is a bit iffy, there is a good minute or so of footage of Slater driving the new 2010 Chevy Camaro.

While the car sounded terrific, we’re not sure how much of that was Hollywood magic. Still, it’s the best shot footage of the Camaro so far. Check out the full video of the driving clip below.

By David Thomas | October 15, 2008 | Comments (4)

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FThorn

Hey, that pilot episode is one of the best new series out there right now, imo.

I really liked the premise.

FThorn,
Funny, I'm not sure I like the premise (why couldn't the guy just hideout on his own without needing a cover identity?) but the pace, story, acting and action was all pretty good.

biker

If you want to see what the new camaro looks like, just check out a mid '80's monte carlo ss!

It always used to be sad when movie stars "sunk" to TV level, but some of the most compelling writing, acting and overall storytelling is on TV now. Sometimes I see a movie and then think I would have been more satisfied staying home and catching up on any number of FX shows on TiVo.

If this series (which I didn't see) is anything like the Camaro it highlights, it will now disappear for a couple years before it returns as a real show.

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