Benicio Del Toro has been named president of the jury for Un Certain Regard in Cannes. Hailing him as “not only a film lover but a brilliant actor,” the Cannes Film Festival said Wednesday that Del Toro was “an artist who knows no boundaries” and a performer who “throws himself like no other into his […]
The cast of 'The Last Jedi' have their say on 'Star Wars' last remaining hero who remains MIA - Billy Dee Williams' Lando Calrissian.
Narcos star Boyd Holbrook is coming on board Fox’s The Predator, a reboot of the Predator alien action franchise that launched in 1987. He will be replacing Benicio del Toro, who was in talks for the project, but fell out due to scheduling issues.
When it comes to the Bond movies, there’s likely very little you don’t know: everyone seemingly has the 007 actors, the Bond girls, the cars, the gadgets and the one-liners all committed to memory. Before he was Gunner Jensen, before he was He-Man, even before he was Ivan Drago, Dolph Lundgren was mysterious KGB henchman Venz. All untamed eyebrows and Eddie Munster stares, Benicio Del Toro also made his movie debut as a henchman in a Bond movie (unless you count 'Duke The Dog-Faced Boy’ in 'Big Top Peewee’).
It looks as though Benicio Del Toro may be playing the ‘Star Wars 8’ villain after all… as the actor himself confirms that he’s in talks for the role. During an interview with ETOnline, the 48-year-old actor revealed that the rumours are true – he has been in talks to star in the upcoming ‘Star Wars’ sequel. “I can’t tell you much about it but I think that it might happen,” he said. “It looks like it’s gonna happen so I’m very excited.