Questions About Dafoe

Who was the mystery man played by Michael Masse at the end of The Amazing Spider-man?

I'm confused because Jamie Foxx is officially playing Electro in the Amazing Spider-man 2 and Michael Masse shows up at the end with Rhys Ifans as a prisoner. Who is Masse playing if he is not Electro? Plus how does Dr. Curt Connors stay alive when the film ends? Is he coming back for the next sequel? At the end credits scene they show a close up of Dr. Connors neck and he still has the lizard scales. So i really don't know I'm very confused is the Lizard coming back for Spider-man 2? And I don't get Jamie Foxx playing Electro in The Amazing Spider-man 2. Jamie is a great actor but playing a Marvel Comics Supervillain you really think it's the right choice? I'm going to say no. Electro is not black either so they are not sticking with the comics. Do you honestly think Foxx is going to blow it out of the water playing Electro in Amazing Spidey 2 like Heath Ledger did with The Dark Knight as the Joker? I'm not being stupid but can you see Jamie topping Heath as Joker or how about Alfred
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Why is Willem Dafoe so underrated?

Dude's a legend in my book. He has a fantastic catalog of films, including popular movies, indie movies, and classics alike. To Live and Die in L.A. Platoon Born on the Fourth of July The Last Temptation of Christ Mississippi Burning Wild at Heart The Boondock Saints Inside Man The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou Spider-Man The Aviator American Psycho Shadow of the Vampire Antichrist Fantastic Mr. Fox Finding Nemo Paris, je t'aime My Son, My Son, What have Ye Done? Among others. What do you think?
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Old vs New: Spider-Man (2002) vs. The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)?

Best Spider-Man Who is the main hero of film, Spider-man. But who does it better? I know lot of people know Tobey Maguire will always been the best spider-man but to me, he not, let me tell you why? Not because his acting ability but he actually never read Spider-Man. And why people pick some "handsome" actor who never read or know Spider-Man, and plus he always whine a lot like he is Hayden Christensen of "Spider-Man" and he doesn't have sense of humor that Spider-Man supposed have Andrew Garfield's performance as Spider-Man was way better that Tobey Maguire, Because he live with Spider-Man and know him a lot, and he doesn't whine. Have a sense of humor, and plus he is good with invented his web shooter than his "Emo" counterpart My point for best Spider-Man is Andrew Garfield Best Love Interest Spider-Man have a love of his life, but who is very good act as love interest Kirsten Dunst's Mary Jane Watson was to me the most annoying character in Spider-Man films because she scre
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The title of an old spider movie?

There is a movie that i loved to wath about a spider attack when i was younger. i am pretty sure that it has willem dafoe cast as one of the main charectors. i remember that it start off with like a government space misson or something like that involving the government and a college journalist breaks into a government facility looking for info. then closer to the end it goes to a college campus and in the end its in the city and the spider gets blown up on the top of a building.
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What's your top 10 Comic Book Movies (Both Mangas and American's comics)?

And try to post your reasons with a short description please. If you can't come up with ten or can't state the reasons then fine, just list your favorites. Mines are: 1. Batman (89): It had enough elements of comic book and real life, plus I think Michael Keaton was the best Batman and a tie for the best Bruce Wayne (along with George Clooney) 2. Iron-Man (1 and 2): I like Tony Stark :P 3. The Avengers: A brutal and funny movie 4. Spider-Man (All): Both Tobey McGuire and Andrew Garfield did a good job as Peter Parker/Spidey. Plus William Dafoe as Green Goblin was perfect 5. Christopher Nolan's trilogy of Batman: I like Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne in Batman Begins and I like Joker and Bane as well in The Dark Knight and TDK Rises 6. X-Men: Origins Wolverine: Mostly just because Deadpool was in it for a while lol. Other than his part, I don't watch the Movie at all 7. X-Men: First Class: If Deadpool wasn't in Wolverine, First Class will be my most fav X-Men's movies. It's just
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Anyone love the film The Boondock Saints?

With Sean Patrick Flanery, Norman Reedus, Willem Dafoe and Billy Connolly http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Boondock_Saints I don't usually like films like The Boondock Saints but i gave it a chance because i really love Sean Patrick Flanery, i have practically every film of his on DVD that's out. I really loved this film, it's quite violent and bloody, but a great plot. What was your favorite part of it and what did you think of it overall? I can't wait to see The Boondock Saints 2: All Saints Day. I doubt my cinema will get it as we never get 18's so i will have to wait for the DVD. Can anyone remember why they were called The Boondock Saints? It's been awhile since i last saw it and i've forgot! It's not their surname as that's MacManus. Here's the official trailer to the film in case it sounds good to anyone who hasn't seen it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lu0I2eWe_dY Thanks, Lisa Michelle x x lol x x I loved the part where Connor jumped out of the window still tied to the to
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Why was my comment on Cannes not posted? It had no swearing or derogation and was logical.?

Perhaps the movie making industry will be forced to concentrate on quality, not marketability, for a change. Making movies, is one thing; making money is another. Vincent van Gogh died a pauper, as did Mozart and many other fine artists. Some of the best movies ever made have been produced on a shoe-string budget with the passion of the director and the actors eventually showing through. When movies are made for the sake of good art and not for the sake of high profits, there is hope for all. •News Home •> Entertainment News •> Star-light Cannes feels... Star-light Cannes feels pinch, early films shine 52 minutes ago 0 •What's this By Mike Collett-White CANNES, France (Reuters) - Light on A-list stars, extravagant parties and celebrity stunts, this year's Cannes film festival has not escaped the global economic downturn. That, many say, has been a blessing in disguise, allowing thousands of reporters, executives and Hollywood hopefuls in the French Riviera resort to concen
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Why was my comment on Cannes not posted? It had no swearing or derogation and was logical.?

Perhaps the movie making industry will be forced to concentrate on quality, not marketability, for a change. Making movies, is one thing; making money is another. Vincent van Gogh died a pauper, as did Mozart and many other fine artists. Some of the best movies ever made have been produced on a shoe-string budget with the passion of the director and the actors eventually showing through. When movies are made for the sake of good art and not for the sake of high profits, there is hope for all. •News Home •> Entertainment News •> Star-light Cannes feels... Star-light Cannes feels pinch, early films shine 52 minutes ago 0 •What's this By Mike Collett-White ADVERTISEMENT

Can you reccomend any good man vs nature novels?

In the same catagory as Tarzan of the Apes, Last of the Breed, First Blood, Deliverance, Life of Pi, The Old Man and the Sea, Jaws, Jurrasic Park etc. I've read the classics by Dafoe and Jack London and the Hatchet series when I was younger. I will even read man vs monster as long as it is in the flavor of "Predator" or "Lost." Stories of conflict in isolation are cool too like "Hell in the Pacific" or "The Naked Prey." Thanks!
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Can you reccomend any good man vs nature novels?

In the same catagory as Tarzan of the Apes, Last of the Breed, First Blood, Deliverance, Life of Pi, The Old Man and the Sea, Jaws, Jurrasic Park etc. I've read the classics by Dafoe and Jack London and the Hatchet series when I was younger. I will even read man vs monster as long as it is in the flavor of "Predator" or "Lost." Stories of conflict in isolation are cool too like "Hell in the Pacific" or "The Naked Prey." Thanks!
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Can you reccomend any good man vs nature novels?

In the same catagory as Tarzan of the Apes, Last of the Breed, First Blood, Deliverance, Life of Pi, The Old Man and the Sea, Jaws, Jurrasic Park etc. I've read the classics by Dafoe and Jack London and the Hatchet series when I was younger. I will even read man vs monster as long as it is in the flavor of "Predator" or "Lost." Stories of conflict in isolation are cool too like "Hell in the Pacific" or "The Naked Prey." Thanks!
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Can you reccomend a good man vs nature novel?

In the same catagory as Tarzan of the Apes, Last of the Breed, First Blood, Deliverance, Life of Pi, The Old Man and the Sea, Jaws, Jurrasic Park etc. I've read the classics by Dafoe and Jack London and the Hatchet series when I was younger. I will even read man vs monster as long as it is in the flavor of "Predator" or "Lost." Stories of conflict in isolation are cool too like "Hell in the Pacific" or "The Naked Prey." Thanks!
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