Nicolas Cage and Willem Dafoe star in this violent crime film The post RLJ Entertainment Picks Up Paul Schrader’s Dog Eat Dog appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
RLJ Entertainment has acquired all North American rights to Paul Schrader-helmed Dog Eat Dog, starring Nicolas Cage, Willem Dafoe and Christopher Matthew Cook. The company plans to release the pic theatrically and on VOD in November. Based...Show More Summary
“Sculpt [is] a $1.5m feature film by the 38-year-old French artist Loris Gréaud. It will be shown at LACMA’s Bing Theater, an auditorium that normally seats 600 people, but with an almighty caveat: Gréaud has requested that all of the seats be removed except for one, which will sit in the centre of the space, […]
The trailer has hit for the new Nicolas Cage bit of craziness and this time he's joined by the equally demented Willem Dafoe and Paul Schrader! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Paul Schrader is a guy who I wish would make a movie a year. Show More Summary
Nic Cage and Willem Dafoe are some very bad men in the new Dog Eat Dog trailer, but obviously they aren’t so bad they don’t have qualms about snatching someone’s baby. Oh sure, they will murder seemingly everyone in a five-block radius, choke a cop, kidnap an elderly couple, rob ... More »
Paul Schrader and Nicolas Cage‘s previous collaboration didn’t go so well. The Cold Dying of the Light was taken from the director, butchered and then dumped into theaters. Schrader and Cage disowned the film, a mess that actually features a pretty good performance from Cage. Show More Summary
"You have absolutely no idea how to control your emotions." The first trailer has debuted for the latest film from American filmmaker Paul Schrader, titled Dog Eat Dog, starring Nicolas Cage and Willem Dafoe. This first premiered inShow More Summary
Hold on to your Death Notes, kids. Willem Dafoe has just signed on to voice Ryuk, the Shinigami who doles out death for fun, in the U.S. adaptation of the uber-popular Japanese manga […]
Netflix has an exciting new venture on their own version of the popular anime series, Death Note. It is sometimes hard to find the perfect fit for anime characters, especially if these shows already have massive fan bases. But this time, Netflix had the perfect fit. Show More Summary
Justice League good guy Willem Dafoe is ready for a return to the dark side. And when he goes dark, he goes really dark. Dafoe has just joined the cast of Adam Wingard‘s Death Note in the role of Ryuk, a literal death god who sets the entire murderous plot in motion. Show More Summary
After taking a break from playing unhinged maniacs for the upcoming Justice League movie (in which he improbably plays a “good guy”), Willem Dafoe is returning to the type of role that made him a star for Blair Witch director Adam Wingard’s Death Note movie. Show More Summary
News about the upcoming Netflix film DEATH NOTE, based on the Shonen Jump manga of the same name, has been coming out in slow trickles for years now. After being in development for years, it was unceremoniously dropped by the studio, only to be picked up by Netflix. Show More Summary
Willem Dafoe has joined the growing cast of Netflix's Death Note, voicing the mysterious character Ryuk the Shinigami.
Dafoe will voice the Shinagami in Netflix's adaptation.
Adam Wingard's live-action adaptation of the popular manga DEATH NOTE has just added a famous face: Willem Dafoe. Only thing is, we may not see his face in the movie. According to Mashable, Dafoe will be providing the voice of Ryuk the...Show More Summary
The Netflix adaptation has added the "Spider-Man" star to voice the character who brings the titular Death Note to the human world.
Yeah, Willem Dafoe is going to play THAT guy. Pretty perfect casting, no? Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Mashable has some interesting news about Adam Wingard's big adaptation of DEATH NOTE. Looks like Willem...Show More Summary
On one hand, casting Willem Dafoe as the voice of Ryuk the shinigami (probably best translated as “death spirit”) in Death Note is great. On the other hand, Netflix’s live-action U.S. adaptation of the hit manga and anime ismissing out on big savings by not just using Dafoe’s actual, terrifying face in the film. Read more...
The Netflix original movie debuts next year The post Willem Dafoe Will Voice Ryuk the Shinigami in Netflix’s Death Note appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
In the midst of filming Justice League, Willem Dafoe has closed a deal to voice Ryuk the Shinigami in Adam Wingard’s adaptation of the popular Japanese manga Death Note that will debut next year on Netflix, Mashable has exclusively learned. Nat...Show More Summary