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
An actor who received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role in 1991 has been banned from Ukraine. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Gerard Depardieu, who was nominated for “Cyrano de Bergerac,” was banned from entering...
Officials in Ukraine have announced they face a new threat to national security: French film legend Gerard Depardieu.
President Alexander Lukashenko, who has been described as Europe's last dictator, has given the French actor a lesson in hand-scything.
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Gerard Depardieu has been confirmed to star in Marseille, the first French-language series from Netflix. The political drama, which has been compared to House Of Cards, is Netflix’ flagship original series as it enters the French market. Show More Summary
As had been widely expected, Gerard Depardieu has now been confirmed to star in Netflix’s first French language series Marseilles. The political drama, which has been compared to House of Cards, is Netflix’s flagship original series as it enters the French market. Show More Summary
“You can discover more about a person in an hour of play,” asserts the quote attributed to Plato by fools, “than in a year of conversation.” No so for Gérard Depardieu. For Gérard Depardieu, as it turns out, a few moments of airborne pee were all it took to discover everything there is to know. Read more...
Actor Gerard Depardieu personally intervened to persuade the Cannes Film Festival to show the FIFA-funded movie United Passions, which earned $607 in its US debut and reviews that branded it "pure cinematic excrement." Cannes director Thierry Fremaux said he initially rejected the movie, thinking it unworthy of the world-famous festival....
In case you missed it, FIFA funded a film about FIFA last year. It was a £19 million extravaganza featuring Gérard Depardieu, Sam Neill and Tim Roth as FIFA presidents, the latter playing none other than Don Blatterone himself. See also:...Show More Summary
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Netflix is reportedly eyeing Gerard Depardieu to play a scheming politician who’s kind of like Kevin Spacey’s Francis Underwood in an original series that sounds kind of like House Of Cards. According to Deadline, the eight-episode series, Marseille, would be Netflix’s first French-language original production. Show More Summary
Netflix may have a main actor for its upcoming French series. According to Variety, French actor Gerard Depardieu is in talks to play a leading role in the upcoming Netflix original series Marseille. Penned by Carlos writer Dan Franck, the eight-episode Marseille follows the story of Robert Taro, the mayor of the town of Marseille for 25 years. Show More Summary
Netflix reportedly is courting Gerard Depardieu to play a French version of the conniving U.S. president played by Kevin Spacey in House Of Cards, according to Radio Europe1. Marseille would mark Netflix's first French-language production. Marseille would be produced in France by the French, Europe1 said. Show More Summary
The movie seems promising at first. We see the back of a thin woman walking, with determined hard-hitting heels, across the grounds of a hotel, the sun preternaturally bright. When she turns, she is Isabelle Huppert, playing the bereaved mother of a young gay son who committed suicide, for an inexplicable reason. Show More Summary
Oscar nominee Alan Parker, Isabelle Huppert and Gerard Depardieu will also attend the French-American festival's fourth outing, which will screen new Michael Douglas and Melissa McCarthy films. read more
Naked, or wearing boxer shorts that make his belly look like an expansive ode to high and low living, Gerard Depardieu resembles King Ubu, the gutter royal of the late 19th Century French stage in "Welcome to New York."
Inspired by the case against the former director of the International Monetary Fund. And then it happens: A black woman with an African (or West Indian) accent enters a posh Manhattan hotel room and announces herself. There is no reply. Show More Summary
Depardieu and Jacqueline Bisset strike sparks in Abel Ferrara's scathing, tabloid-flavored morality fable