Paul Schrader came to Toronto just last year with the barking-mad crime movie Dog Eat Dog, starring Willem Dafoe and Nicolas Cage in a violent portrait of ageing gangsters, but his follow up couldn't be more different: with its hard-hitting...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: The Wooster Group, one of New York’s most long-lived experimental theater companies and stage home of Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man), Kate Valk (The Manchurian Candidate) and the late Spalding Gray (Swimming To Cambodia), willShow More Summary
A brand new poster for the highly anticipated movie Murder on the Orient Express featuring the film’s star-studded cast was just released! Kenneth Branagh, Penelope Cruz, Willem Dafoe, Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, Josh Gad, Derek Jacobi, Leslie Odom Jr., Michelle Pfeiffer, Daisy Ridley, Lucy Boynton, and Sergei Polunin are the stars featured on the poster. [...]
Willem Dafoe compares his time on Aquaman to Sam Raimi's Spider-Man movies. Patty Jenkins teases a "full-blown" Diana for Wonder Woman 2. Get a new look at Luke Skywalker in Star Wars. The Last Jedi. Plus teases for the returning DC/CW-verse shows. To me, my spoilers! More »
One of the most compelling elements of Netflix’s Death Note movie is the shinigami (death god), Ryuk. Voiced by Willem Dafoe, he is a character that picks its spots and is genuinely scary. Netflix has released a new video in which Dafoe,...Show More Summary
Willem Dafoe has been working on Aquaman over the last couple months, and he's noted some similarities between the DC production and his time on Spider-Man. Here's how.
Aquaman's Willem Dafoe praised director James Wan and compared his time on the movie to his experience with Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy. The post Aquaman: Dafoe Compares Experience on DC Film to Raimi’s Spider-Man appeared first on CBR.
Willem Dafoe teased a little bit about Vulko's costume while also providing some details about Aquaman's filming schedule. The post Aquaman: Willem Dafoe Teases Vulko’s Costume appeared first on CBR.
Choosing Willem Dafoe to voice shinigami Ryuk -- basically a spirit of death -- was applauded as one of the better casting decisions in Netflix's Death Note. Director Adam Wingard told us that, while Dafoe was his first pick among actors, he originally wanted to go with a glamorous singer for the part. More »
Adam Wingard says there will be a victor in Godzilla vs. Kong. Willem Dafoe discusses filming underwater scenes without water in Aquaman. Krysten Ritter says Jessica Jones season 2 is all about heart. Plus, new pictures of Deadpool 2's Cable and from the set of Avengers 4, and even more Han Solo movie set teases. Spoilers! More »
By Rob Hunter Robert Redford, Willem Dafoe, and Helen Mirren shine in a dark suspense tale. The article ‘The Clearing’ Finds Guilt, Regret, and Robert Redford on a Walk in the Woods appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Willem Dafoe breaks down the process of shooting the underwater scenes in director James Wan's highly-anticipated Aquaman.
Filming the underwater scenes for Aquaman have proven to be a challenge, and Willem Dafoe has revealed how exactly they've been effectively dealing with them on set.
Dafoe discusses changes to Vulko and how they are shooting underwater scenes in Aquaman.
Director Sean Baker follows up his acclaimed “Tangerine” with “The Florida Project.” The heart-tugger stars Willem Dafoe and is told through the lens of a 6-year-old (Brooklynn Kimberly Prince) living with her mother (Bria Vinaite) in...Show More Summary
From Streets Of Fire to Spider-Man 3 (give or take a Bobby Peru), Willem Dafoe has played villains, creeps, and all manner of guys you wouldn’t want to meet in a dark alley—or motel parking lot, for that matter. But for The Florida Project, the new film from Tangerine’s Sean Baker, Dafoe is taking a novel approach: being the good guy. Show More Summary
Sean Baker’s The Florida Project was the object of a fierce bidding war at Cannes earlier this year, with A24 winning the rights to distribute the film. Now the rest of us have a chance to see whether The Florida Project might live up to the hype with the first trailer. Show More Summary
In the much-loved Tangerine, Sean Baker fixed his camera upon trans women in Hollywood on Christmas Eve. In his new movie The Florida Project, he’s found a similarly compelling subject: a trio of kids named Moonee, Scooty, and Jancey, Moonee’s mother Halley (Bria Vinaite), and Willem Dafoe, playing the manager ... More »
Glenn Close, Willem Dafoe, and Noomi Rapace star in this Netflix release about a future in which overpopulation is controlled by strict limits on reproduction. But one man hides his secret septuplets by only letting them go out one day per week, and sharing a single identity.
Willem Dafoe’s just got one of those faces that burns itself into your memory. Its sharp lines contort readily into a devilish, toothy smile, and, while he’s wielded it to great success in roles as diverse as the Green Goblin in Spider-Man and Nosferatu in Shadow Of The Vampire, he’s never been typecast for it. Show More Summary