In the programming equivalent of a shruggie emoji with a twirly French mustache, Netflix has renewed Marseille for a second season. The totally-not-just-a-copy-of-House of Cards Gérard Depardieu vehicle is Netflix's first French original series. According to Netflix, Marseille is "being watched well around the world," despite the fact that most reviews ... More »
Gerard Depardieu – who is in many ways France’s Donald Trump, only without the political ambition – is set to make his Netflix debut soon in French political drama, Marseille. The illustrious actor plays Robert Taro, the mayor of the southern French city of Marseille, who has clung onto power for 25 years. He suddenly finds himself facing […]
Gerard Depardieu showed up for a wine tasting Friday night after a Crimean wine-making company presented several bottles of its elite alcoholic beverage to the Russo-French actor.
Netflix has released the trailer for its latest foreign-language original series, Marseille, centering on a fractious, violent battle for political power in the titular French city, as waged by beloved lump-faced Green Card holder Gerard Depardieu. Show More Summary
Gérard Depardieu is starring in Marseille, Netflix's first foray into French-language programming. The eight-episode effort focuses on Depardieu as Marseille's mayor — that is, until he meets a political challenger who is the upstart he had picked as his heir (Benoît Magimel). Judging from the series's first trailer, which is replete with... More »
Gérard Depardieu and Isabelle Huppert first appeared onscreen together in 1974’s “Going Places,” a still-coruscating, anti-buddy sex comedy directed by the currently out-of-favor-in-cinephile-land director Bertrand Blier. Huppert played...Show More Summary
Grief, loss and love manifest themselves in metaphysical and mysterious ways in Guillaume Nicloux's "Valley of Love." Starring Isabelle Huppert and Gérard Depardieu, the film is a reunion of sorts for the pair, who starred in Maurice Pialat's 1980 film "Loulou," especially since "Valley of Love"...
Arriving in U.S. theaters nearly a year after it largely mystified audiences at Cannes, Valley Of Love stars Isabelle Huppert and Gérard Depardieu as famous French actors named Isabelle and Gérard, whose respective careers, when discussed, sound identical to Huppert’s and Depardieu’s own. Show More Summary
Russo-French actor Gerard Depardieu criticized the current French government under the leadership of Francois Hollande and said he feels more Russian than French, the French newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche reported.
‘Goat’. ‘Little Men’. Ghana’s ‘Thevar Magan’. Plus, a great sight gag about Gérard Depardieu’s weight. The puzzling thing while watching Andrew Neel’s Goat – which is being advertised as a “frightening image of reality on American campuses” (hazing, in other words; or as we call it, ragging) – is that Brad (Ben Schnetzer) gets into […]
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OBVIOUSLY AUDITIONING TO BE A GUEST SPEAKER AT BULLETS & BOURBON THIS DECEMBER: ‘To smoke a deer, you must always be on time’: Rifle-toting Gerard Depardieu causes outrage with watch advert in which he boasts about shooting animals.
Berlin Film Festival sidebar the Berlinale Forum has set the 44 films in its main program — 34 of which are world premieres. Europe, Asia and Latin America are well-represented while there’s a focus on the Arab region with films by young directors exploring both the past and present in such places as Egypt, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and Syria. Show More Summary
The film starring controversial French-born actor Gérard Depardieu as Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin has begun shooting in Portugal, Russian state news agency RIA Novosti reports. Stalin’s Couch, based on the 2013 novel of the same name ( Le Divan de Staline ) by French author Jean Daniel-Baltassat, is set during the 1950s. Show More Summary
The Kiev District Administrative Court has requested that Ukraine’s Ministry of Culture justifies the blacklist it has compiled of pro-Russian actors and entertainers, whose work is set to be sanctioned in the country, Ukrainian news...Show More Summary
Gérard Depardieu (The Belgian resident and Russian citizen) will star in a new buddy film set on the wine route in…Beaujolais. The film, entitled Sait-Amour after the Beaujolais appellation, is evocative in theme to Sideways, the 2005 Oscar winner. Show More Summary
French-born actor Gérard Depardieu—who notably obtained Russian citizenship by presidential decree in 2013—will portray Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin in an upcoming film directed by French actress and director Fanny Ardant, according to Hollywood Reporter. Show More Summary
Larger-than-life French actor Gerard Depardieu is to play Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin in a forthcoming movie, his press representative said Tuesday. Depardieu -- made a Russian citizen by Kremlin strongman Vladimir Putin -- will feature in a screen adaptation of a 2013 novel called "Le Divan de Staline" (Stalin's Sofa), the representative said. Show More Summary