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appearing extremely agitated

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not sensible about practical matters

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Summary: The actor's knack for playing society's wild-eyed misfits, makes him a worthy candidate for the MCU
The woman turned to see a wild-eyed man standing there with a hatchet in his hand.
The wild-eyed, wild-haired freewheeling king of surreal improvisational comedy is back at his regular haunt, the Philharmonic Hall in Hope Street, as part of his 15th UK tour, Brain Dump.
We see Cara Delevingne, 22, go goth for her role as the Enchantress, right, Jared Leto, 43, play the wild-eyed Joker, left, and Margot Robbie, 25, look both scary and sexy as Harley Quinn, centre.
Film4 7.15PM Wild-eyed air traffic controller Lloyd Bridges picks a bad week to give up smoking.
She fears for her life, but when a wild-eyed Charity also steps in to put the frighteners on, Maxine soon realises Cain was playing nice in comparison.
She fears for when a wild-eyed steps into put ers on, Maxine alises Cain was g nice in arison.
Lauren thinks he might have done, but as she cross examines him, he's too wild-eyed, sweaty and panicky to be a credible suspect this early in the game.
Isn't that why so many of these wild-haired men and wild-eyed women who preached revolutionKarl, Leon, Rosa, Emmawere Jewish?
Our high streets and shopping centres fill with wild-eyed shoppers dashing from store to store in a last-gasp dash to avoid ruining Christmas, inevitably ending up stood in HMV looking at a pile of over-priced comedy DVDs and thinking, "This'll do."
Wild-eyed outrage is THE touchline look (Gus Poyet (left) pulled it off spectacularly at the Britannia Stadium).
But there's a fancy dress party to go to and Niamh - the wild-eyed, feeble-minded one (played by Kat Reagan) has organised all the costumes.
Daniel, 23, certainly looked wild-eyed as he left the Noel Coward theatre in central London clutching a bottle of water.
No more M6 maniacs in their Audis and BMWs, no more terrifying trucks or wild-eyed white van men.
BEARDED and with a frenetic demeanour, there's more than just a hint of the wild-eyed, ranting Irishman with Tommy Tiernan.