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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
Veteran actor Gérard Depardieu is set to play Russian dictator Joseph Stalin in Le Divan De Staline, based on the well-received 2014 book by Jean-Daniel Baltassat. The casting is particularly significant given that Depardieu renounced...Show More Summary
French actress/director Fanny Ardant is making an upcoming film about Joseph Stalin, and The Hollywood Reporter has announced that the project has found its totalitarian dictator: Gérard Depardieu. …Read More
Gérard Depardieu's efforts to revive the grand old days of the Dual Alliance continued this week, as the actor signed on to play Josef Stalin in Fanny Ardant's adaptation of the novel Le Divan de Staline (Stalin's Sofa), which tells the story of an artist commissioned to create a monument... More »
Russia's Mosfilm will provide costumes and props for the movie, in which the French star will portray the Soviet dictator. read more
Gérard Depardieu appears not to have many regrets about his decision two years ago to take Russian citizenship, as he’s revealed his conviction that Europe’s failures in foreign policy are all the US’ fault.
Gerard Depardieu played a Frenchman desperate to do anything to live in America in the 1990 movie “Green Card”, but in a new interview, he shows little love for the US. “The US? They’re a people who have constantly destroyed others,” the 66-year-old actor railed in a...
He said that it is "too aggressive" and he doesn't like U.S. films. read more
The movie about the Normandie-Nieman regiment is currently in development and is set to be a co-production between Belarus, Russia and Francie. read more
Ukraine’s Ministry of Cultural Affairs on Saturday introduced the blacklist of pro-Kremlin actors and singers, and legendary French-born movie star Gérard Depardieu happens to be one of the unfortunate 13, according to German media.
“Ukraine said they were a ‘threat to national security’ for supporting Russia’s annexation of Crimea and pro-Russian separatists in the east.” They may not appear on Ukranian TV, radio or movie screens for five years.
Gerard Depardieu left France for Russia, but he won't be leaving Russia for Ukraine any time soon -- because that former Soviet nation won't let him in.
The actor had been a supporter of Kremlin policies toward Ukraine. read more