The actor who plays King Henry the VIII in the Showtime series “The Tudors” is an exceptional performer with an incredible voice and range of emotions.
His acting style is quite impressive, particularly how he holds such great gravitas while playing powerful characters like this cold, ruthless king.
Holland has described his work as high drama, something that really stands out when you watch his performances. He’s been called many things, but for me, one of his greatest qualities is his ability to make you feel both contempt and love for him or her at any given time.
It’s his talent, power, and intensity that makes people relate so much to his characters. His skill as an actor comes from being able to use everything at his disposal to get inside of someone else and into your mind and heart.
That includes vocal tone, posture, expression, and touch. All of these things play a part in making up the person you see on screen.
If you have a chance, check out some of his films; you will find them well-made and full of emotion. I definitely recommend Wolf Hall, about England’s Renaissance era rule by Catholic priests.
It is hard to deny that John Cusack’s talent has been wasted behind cheesy films like “High Fidelity,” “Being John Malkovich,” and “13 Going on 30.” But it seems that his heart was always in documentaries, starting with his role as “Gorillas In The Mist” in 1988.
In 1994, he found his way into comedy with the film “Hot Tub Time Machine,” but what really made him laugh were earlier roles in comedies like “My Giant Stepfather” (1991) and “Renting Angel” (1992).
However, it was 1997’s “Being John Malkovich” which proved to be one of Cawwell’s greatest achievements. A critic for “Entertainment Weekly” said after seeing the movie:”It’s so good! I couldn’t stop watching it.” Critics claim that Cameron didn’t hold back on the blood and guts when making this movie.
Cusack gained more weight than intended for the filming of 2014’s “The Raven”, starring Ryan Cooper. Rumors have it that the director had to push Coopert ouTrained back surgeries because of his weight gain.
Time will tell if these rumors are true, but initial reviews indicate that they are not very nice. From an indieWIRE article titled,”‘The Raven’: Not So
A comedian, actor, and writer, Bill Murray is one of Hollywood’s most interesting talent. He’s an award-winning actor and director, he’s made many cameo appearances in other movies, and he has directed some films himself.
Most recently, he starred as Richard Parker in The Hot Mess Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. As his first acting role in over four years, it was easy to see why he received such positive feedback for this movie.
As if that wasn’t enough, he also hosted Saturday Night Live for seven seasons! And how about him winning An Evening With Bill Murray where he showcased his comedy skills by improvising with a live audience? It really is hard to imagine anyone else filling those roles.
For a while there, it looked like the world might actually get to see Steve Carell play the president. He was cast as Dwight Stifler’s dad (named Jim) in Fox’s great dramedy “The Office.” And he starred as Tim Gunn‘s assistant Aaron in Fox’s another fun comedy, “Glee.”
But then came Donald Trump, portraying what some are calling one of America’s greatest heroes—the bravest serviceman ever elected to Congress. Some people seem happy with that.
Trump made a few speeches last week honoring our service members and their families for taking part in this important celebration called Memorial Day. It is so important that we do this, even if we don’t always pay attention.
By remembering the men and women who gave their lives for us, we honor them. We must pay tribute to those whose duty it has been to give glory to God by being ready at any moment to die for someone else. More than 200 years ago, President Lincoln said that government should be founded on common decency and common law. Well, maybe now we are going to hear more from him about something he once said, which is that freedom requires responsibility. I think Mr. Lincoln would say that drowning out anywhere is unacceptable.
For someone who can be seen only once a year, Liev Schreiber puts out consistently great work. He was one of the first big name actors to land a role on The Wire, and he continued to show up on the same page as some of the best young guns in Baltimore. At the end of last season, he took over the lead role of Ray Donovan, and turned it into an extravagant display of talent.
Schreiber is able to pull off this feat because he has impeccable timing. And his timing just got even better. In light of recent news coverage about him taking part in alleged domestic violence incidents, we have put together this guide on everything you need to know about Liev Schrieber.
In case you missed it, here are all the things that happened recently involving Liev Schrieb.
If you’ve ever watched Harry Potter movies, you know that Dan is terrifyingly good at acting. He combines an innocent face with fierceness when he plays characters such as Lady Voldemort (the Dark Wizard) or Bellatrix LeStrange
There are several reasons why Dan is so talented. First of all, his parents are both actors who encouraged him to follow his dreams and this helped him develop his talent. Secondly, he worked hard for years before making it big through heavy promotion from Wizards UK. And last but not least, he has a great director and team around him which helps his performances be amazing.
If you look back at some of Dan’s interviews, he seems like your average guy who works hard and pays attention to details. However, people who have seen his acts knows better.
He is very passionate about what he does and never gives up trying to get bigger hits. It may sound weird, but hearing stories about how much he loves doing these roles makes me feel warm inside. I hope that one day I can say the same thing because acting is my passion too.
For those who don’t know, True Blood is this amazing vampire show that has been running for like five years now. And one of the stars of the show is this guy named Eric Northman. So I was really excited to watch an episode focused on him because it came out last year. While watching, I noticed something interesting about his role…
He’s probably the most sympathetic character on the entire show! Sure he plays this bad boy type character but what people forget is that he lost his wife six months ago. His daughter was killed by vampires (I think she fell from a horse) so he feels even more insecure around humans. He also seems lonely because all his friends are either human or vampires.
It sounds weird but being sad and alienated does make you become someone who takes advantage of others. You can see this especially with men when they are not happy with their families
For those who don’t know, Willem has somewhat of a history with cinema and puppetry. He started his career as an actor at the age of 13, appearing in several Swedish films including “Googlie Babie” which was released by Disney. He also had roles in some of the movies that made up The Littlest Shop of Horrors movie franchise, including ‘Little Shop ’ and ‘Small Shops’.
At this stage, it can be said that he was quite adept to taking on any character. Since then, he has taken on many different roles. But what makes him unique is how varied each role was, from being part of a band playing football in court for hours (the Dogma videtopper),to filling out job application forms like a real business person (The Full Monty).
More recently, he has been seen in two high-profile blockbusters such as Ridley Scott’s sci fi film ‘Prometheus’and George Miller’s drama Bladenbird. And now after one of the most acclaimed performances of recent times, we finally have a new movie featuring our favourite neurotic vigilante. In Ant-Man,he plays the villainous Ghostly;a former friend of Scott Lang’s who turned into an antagonist after trying to kill Paul Rudd’s scientist partner in the first film.What you may not have known about this
Not many can say they have starred alongside Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackman, Emma Stone and Anthony Hopkins, but that is just what Sir Philip John did! He was not only the star of the screen, he also bore the acting load having to portray 12 different characters in Ang Lee’s Life Of Pi.
His own performance as French novelist Louis La Roche, which he had to adapt for the screenplay, received an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actor, and garnered critical acclaim.
In addition to his numerous film credits, including Black Swan (touted by some as the best movie of all time), Mr. Rickman forged a successful stage career performing tragedy-laden works such as Othello, Macbeth, Hamlet and Frankenstein, earning him two Laurence Olivier Awards.