Willem Dafoe's death god Ryuk tempts Nat Wolff's Light Turner with the notebook in the first clip from Netflix's Death Note. The post Death Note: Light Meets Ryuk in New Netflix Clip appeared first on CBR.
Light’s entrance into the dark world of Ryuk began with one name. We were already pretty sure that Willem Dafoe was perfectly cast in the role of Ryuk for Netflix’s upcoming Death Note, directed by Adam Wingard, but goddamn does this new clip out of SDCC make that crystal clear. In the clip, Light meets […]
Earlier this year, CinemaBlend traveled to Vancouver to watch Adam Wingard film, and we learned the intricate process that went in to bringing his Ryuk to life. Here's what the director told us.
Willem Dafoe's original Green Goblin look was much more like a creepy Halloween mask.
There are a handful of character actors who are always a pleasant surprise when they pop up in something. People who seem ubiquitous, even if you don't remember their names. Christopher Walken, Tilda Swinton, Steve Buscemi, Danny Trejo, Jeff Goldblum,...
So… is Ryuk a fan of Willem Dafoe playing him? Reaction videos are all the rage on YouTube right now, and last week’s trailer for upcoming Netflix film Death Note has spawned a whole lot of them. But this reaction video for director Adam Wingard’s latest, well, it’s going to be impossible to top. YouTuber […]
The official Death Note live action trailer is here from Netflix and it looks different than what you would imagine, no emo-haired eccentric pasty faced detectives here but Willem Dafoe as Ryuk is just the best casting choice. This adaptation...Show More Summary
Adam Wingard‘s adaptation of the popular anime and manga Death Note has been wracked by controversy, but you got to give them props for trying. I think. While the movie has not proven to be loyal to the ethnicity of the characters, the...Show More Summary
Death Note is an engaging series no matter the medium you take it in, and its upcoming Netflix adaptation is likely going to be a radically different but entertaining version. At least, we […] The post Willem Dafoe Makes An Appropriately Creepy Ryuk in Netflix’s Death Note appeared first on Geek.com.
The first teaser for Adam Wingard’s Netflix adaptation of popular anime/manga series Death Note barely offered a glimpse of Ryuk, the “death god” played by Willem Dafoe, but this new trailer offers a much better look—or at least a slightly better glimpse. Show More Summary
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Netflix has released a poster for Adam Wingard's Death Note adaptation that is coming this August.
Murder On The Orient Express Trailer Reaction Dame, Judi Dench. Need I say more? (I shouldn’t have to…). Okay, fine. Penélope Cruz, Willem Dafoe, Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Daisy Ridley and Josh Gad all directed by Kenneth Branagh. Show More Summary
Okay, so the universe is a little different. Upcoming thriller Seven Sisters appears to be set in a world where the entire planet has adopted China’s “one child only” rule, and Willem Dafoe is breaking the law by raising seven identical sisters. Show More Summary
Noomi Rapace plays Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in Seven Sisters. In the future, siblings are outlawed, but Willem Dafoe decides to stick it to the system and keep his granddaughters – seven twins – a secret. Show More Summary
Kenneth Branagh (and his incredibly distracting mustache) directs and stars alongside an all-star cast that includes Judi Dench, Willem Dafoe, Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer and Daisy Ridley in this adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic mystery novel.
Whodunnit!? Was it Daisy Ridley? Josh Gad? Penelope Cruz? Michelle Pfeiffer? Willem Dafoe? Gasp …Dame Judi Dench!? That's what we're left wondering after watching the first official trailer for Murder on the Orient Express! Video: Is This New Snow White Movie One Big Fat Joke?! Agatha Christie's classic 1934 novel will be arriving on the big screen this November, [...]
Variety reports that A24 has picked up the distribution rights to The Florida Project, the latest film from Tangerine director Sean Baker. Starring Willem Dafoe and newcomer Bria Vinaite, the film weaves in and out of the lives of the poverty-stricken people living out of a gaudily colored hotel in Kissimmee, the “Florida project” of the title. Show More Summary
Willem Dafoe is set to star as artist Vincent van Gogh in Julian Schnabel’s upcoming biopic chronicling the later years of the famous Dutch painter. At Eternity’s Gate will focus specifically on Van Gogh’s time spent in Arles and Auvers-sur-Oise,...Show More Summary
Over the years, Vincent van Gogh has been played by Kirk Douglas, Benedict Cumberbatch, and even Tony Curran in those Doctor Who episodes. But now it’s Willem Dafoe’s turn to tackle the impressionist in an upcoming film titled At Eternity’s Gate, Deadline reports. Show More Summary