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Benicio Del Toro and Paramount Pictures have won a huge bidding war to claim the film rights to The Corporation, which sounds as though it will be a gangster epic.
These days it seems like the only movies that get made anymore are the giant action blockbusters, and the small dramas designed to win awards. Sicario was one of the few films that seem to exist between the two.
Because Star Wars has been around for 40 years it’s a franchise that most movie fans have grown up with today. That also goes for many of the people who make movies.
If you were particularly attached to the entire cast of Guardians Of The Galaxy, then the news that one of its previous participants has probably been omitted is bad news. Read on to see who isn't coming back.
Denis Villenueve's crime drama Sicario is one of the year's best movies, but the ending was went down in a very, very different way, and in a much worse fashion as well.
Aside from the five core characters, it’s difficult to gage who will be back for Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2. As we inch closer to the start if production, it seems as though one major character will be joining the intergalactic band of superhero misfits: The Collector.
There's a lot of excitement over what Rian Johnson is going to bring to Star Wars: Episode 8. And the film's rumored villain, Benicio Del Toro, has now explained why he believes the director is the perfect choice to helm the blockbuster.
Director Denis Villeneuve's Sicario only opened in six theaters nationwide last weekend, but it's already being deemed a major success by Lionsgate. How major? It turns out that the studio has already given the greenlight to develop a sequel that will follow the character in the movie played by Benicio Del Toro.
After popping up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as The Collector, Benicio Del Toro booked his next Disney gig as a character in Star Wars: Episode 8. When his casting was first made public, reports stated he would play a villain, but the actor is trying to reset our expectations.
We learned this past summer that Lucasfilm and Disney were looking at Benicio Del Toro for a part in the movie, and now he's opened up about it every so slightly.
It might be a bit premature to start predicting what villainous character Benicio Del Toro will play in Star Wars: Episode VIII, but that doesn't mean it isn't a lot of fun to try.
Actor Benicio Del Toro is not at all far removed from his last performance in a big blockbuster space opera, as it was just last summer that the Oscar-winner found himself starring in Guardians of the Galaxy. Now it looks like he may get his next opportunity to head out into the cosmos once again.
Though he was only in the movie for a short amount of time, and largely served to provide some very important exposition, Benicio Del Toro gave one of the most fascinating performances in Guardians of the Galaxy. But while the character emerged as a fan favorite, it seems that the actor's future with the franchise is a bit murky.
The upcoming crime thriller, Sicario has released its very first images showing what seems to be an intriguing cast dynamic between stars, Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin and Benecio Del Toro. The film focuses on an FBI agent played by Blunt who is placed into the world of Mexican drug cartels. Based on what's being seen, the ordeal will leave her marked not only ethically, but physically. Check out the new photos to see what we mean!
One of the best parts of James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy was the sequence where the titular gang goes to visit The Collector (Benicio Del Toro) and try to sell The Orb. While his role as all too brief, the white haired weirdo is one of the strangest in the film, and left us asking all kinds of questions.
Benecio Del Toro's performance as Pablo Escobar is nothing to fool around with, especially after seeing a trailer like this.
Benicio Del Toro and Jamie Foxx will star in the upcoming new film from Harmony Korine, the man who directed Spring Breakers last year. The Trap will see the two acting titans play childhood friends. But after one of them spends a long period in jail he sets out for revenge on the evening that his old chum is honored for his career.
Who is The Collector? Oh, just an enormously powerful, billions of years-old being who can see the future and has a giant collection of priceless artifacts from across the galaxy-- hence the name. He also tends to tangle with the Avengers, at once point in the comics even forcing Iron Man to work on his side
Not only does this confirm what we all know – that Del Toro is notorious for being hard to understand – but it also gives us a small idea as to who he might be playing.
There may be no man on Earth whose acting career has been as boosted by drugs as Benicio Del Toro. (Okay, maybe Cheech and Chong.) The Puerto Rican performer often cast in crime dramas made his mark as Dr. Gonzo in 1998's Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. He won his first Academy Award in 2001 for Steven Soderbergh's drug war-centered drama Traffic.