Peter Dinklage talks about his upcoming Super Bowl spot, which sees him spitting scorching rhymes opposite Morgan Freeman, and about his own punk rock past.
Directed by Martin McDonagh, whose previous foul-mouthed crime-movie hits include In Bruges and Seven Psychopaths, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri looks like it’ll strive to balance somber drama with ludicrous comedy via the story of McDormand’s grieving mother, whose increasingly outrageous efforts to get the attention of Harrelson’s law enforcement bigwig (via punches, kicks, and Molotov cocktails) is a little too successful. What ensues is chaos of a severely combative — and very foul-mouthed — sort, with McDormand looking like she’s relishing the opportunity to play a woman who does, and says, exactly what’s on her furious mind.
Gary Oldman has the “role of a lifetime” playing a dwarf, it features Matthew McConaughey and Kate Beckinsale at the height of their mainstream fame, yet it’s been called one of the worst and most tasteless movies ever made. When the British actress signed on for 2003’s ‘Tiptoes’, written and directed by cult filmmaker Matthew Bright, she agreed to do it for SAG minimum wage – with one condition. The now-63-year-old (below) had actually written the script for ‘Tiptoes’ when he was 18.