Two Face (A-Team Cameo)


Ist das nicht eine großartige Überschrift, um Dirk Benedicts Cameo anzukündigen? Ein Hoch auf den Kaffeerausch am Nachmittag.

Tatsächlich hat Bradley Cooper, der im Remake den Womenizer Face spielen wird, angekündigt, dass er mit Dirk Benedict eine Zelle teilen wird:

He explains, “He plays a guy named Milt. We’re in a tanning bed, in prison together.”

Cooper erzählt weiterhin in dem Interview mit MTV, dass er einen härteren Face spielen wird, wie wir ihn aus der Serie kennen. Das wird auch Dirk Benedict freuen, der dazu sagt, dass das die Rolle gewesen wäre, die auch er gerne gespielt hätte, wenn man ihn doch nur gelassen hätte.

“I don’t know if [mine] is tougher, but he loves running his M-4 machine gun, he’s a soldier,” Cooper said of how we’ll see his Templeton Peck in the June 11th film. “I don’t know about ‘Face’ in the TV show, if that was his thing. He didn’t love violence the way [mine does]; you’d see him more sweet talk you.”

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  1. The Director

    Bruce Wayne interessierts… hahaha… schlechter Witz ich weiß :(

  2. Mal Sehen

    Also echt… Da ist mein “Two Face” dir aber um eine Hannibalänge voraus!

  3. Darkling

    “…einen härteren Face spielen wird, wie wir ihn…”

    Mensch Mal, ich finde aber auch, es gehört eine Menge Bad Attitude(!) dazu, “wie” und “als” zu vertauschen… ;o)

  4. Mal Sehen

    Hey, ich bin eben Hardcore!

  5. Matty

    als wie wir ihn! :D

    Natürlich als einzigste! ;)

    Aber coole Nachricht!

  6. Lalala


  7. GunGrave

    … cooles Ding!

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