Source: slash film
Dear White People made a splash at Sundance as a well-liked, funny satire about race relations in modern America. The first Dear White People teaser trailer has just arrived, and you’ll see pretty quickly why Sundance audiences liked the movie. Writer/director Justin Simien makes his debut with the film, and he’s got a funny and frank voice, and is willing to poke at sensitive topics with humor and energy. And just to make sure the broadest possible audience gets behind this ad camp ...
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Jun 19 2014, 1:00pm CDT
You can't have a good hero without a great villain, and it looks like once again Marvel is nailing it with their casting. Or as Kingpin might say, they "only hire the best men."
Vincent D'Onofrio, known best for his portrayal of genius detective Goren on Law & Order: Criminal Intent has been tapped to play the (very) big bad of the 13-episode Daredevil series on Netflix.
Full article at: PerezHilton
Jun 11 2014, 5:03am CDT
Marvel is adding some serious acting chops to its 13-episode Netflix series Daredevil. Law & Order: Criminal Intent alum Vincent D’Onofrio will co-star opposite Charlie Cox in the series, set to premiere on in 2015, Marvel announced today. (It is unclear why the company chose a mugshot-style photo of D’Onofrio, right, to accompany its announcement). D’Onofrio will play Wilson Fisk (known as supervillain The Kingpin in the Marvel Comics Universe), ...
Full article at: Deadline
Jun 10 2014, 2:36pm CDT
Source: Empire: Movie News & Reviews
He's set for the Marvel/Netflix seriesWhile most of the recent news about the Marvel / Netflix Daredevil series has been focused on show-runner Drew Goddard dropping out and Steven S. DeKnight stepping into his shoes, we have at least learned that Charlie Cox will be playing Matt Murdock in the show. Now we have an idea who one of his main opponents will as, Vincent D’Onofrio has signed on to be The ...
Full article at: Empire: Movie News & Reviews
Jun 10 2014, 2:32pm CDT
Source: The A.V. Club
After casting the all-important Not Ben Affleck in its new Daredevil series, Netflix has moved on to the next crucial piece of its Marvel puzzle—that of his corpulent crime lord nemesis, Kingpin. According to Marvel itself, Vincent D’Onofrio will play the mob boss, stepping into the massive shoes filled by the late Michael Clarke Duncan in the 2003 movie. Of course, when we first meet D’Onofrio’s character, he’s still j ...
Full article at: The A.V. Club
Jun 10 2014, 2:29pm CDT