At his latest PETA ad photo shoot, Joaquin Phoenix took a moment to discuss how shocked he was to discover a product of harsh cruelty lurking in his wardrobe.
Joaquin Phoenix and director Gus Van Sant are eyeing a reunion on a new film. The two may reteam on “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot,” the long-in-development biopic on quadriplegic cartoonist John Callahan.
Callahan became a paralyzed in a car accident at age 21, and turned to drawing as a form of therapy. For decades Callahan’s work raised eyebrows for its taboo topics leading to numerous boycotts in his hometown of Portland.
His work was published in the New Yorker, Penthouse, and Playboy before his death in 2010.
The site Daily Mail has just released photos of the set of the movie “Mary Magdalene” in Italy. The photos confirm the rumors that Joaquin would be in the role of Jesus Christ.
In addition to Joaquin, we can see Rooney Mara in the role of Mary Magdalene. The film is being directed by Garth Davis.
Today is the birthday of our favorite actor and one of the best actors of this generation, Joaquin Phoenix. We wish him health, happiness and success!
Joaquim was seen Thursday in NYC filming new scenes from the film “You Were Never Really Here”. Source: DailyMail.
Joaquin Phoenix filming Lynne Ramsay’s ‘You Were Never Really Here’ on August 12, 2016 in New York City.
Joaquin Phoenix photographed on the set of his new project “You Were Never Really Here”. Check out the pictures in our gallery:
Hollywood is super emotional about animal cruelty, and some of today’s biggest stars are speaking up. 10,000 dogs are killed during China’s annual Yulin Dog Meat Festival, slated to begin on June 21, and past footage from the festivities shows the animals “skinned, gutted and boiled alive,” according to the Hollywood Reporter. They are then cooked and served as stews in restaurants throughout the area.
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Joaquin Phoenix is set to star in You Were Never Really Here, the new feature from Scottish director Lynne Ramsay (We Need to Talk About Kevin).
The feature, described as a character-driven thriller, focuses on a war veteran troubled by his past, who now works to rescue women from sex traffickers. When he tries to rescue a girl from a brothel in New York, things go horribly wrong, setting off a wave of violence and vengeance.
Ramsay will direct from her own script, adapted from a novella by Jonathan Ames, the creator of HBO show Bored to Death.
Joaquin Phoenix is in early talks to join the cast of Palme d’Or-winning French director Jacques Audiard’s The Sisters Brothers. The project is an adaptation of Patrick deWitt’s Gold Rush novel about brothers Eli and Charlie Sisters, who are hired to kill a prospector who has stolen from their boss in 1851 Oregon.
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