Admittedly, this old video of Gerard Butler auditioning for the lead in Dracula 2000 isn’t new to the internet, but it is entirely appropriate viewing for this spoooooky season. It is so hilariously terrifying that you could easily put it on a YouTube playlist for your Halloween party and not a single guest would question why “Gerard Butler Dracula Audition” was queued up between “The Monster Mash” and a compilation of Freddy Krueger kills.
Few actors in life have embraced their status as a walking, talking action figure quite like Gerard Butler. Once in the running to play James Bond — he had apparently been considered for Daniel Craig’s role in Casino Royale — Butler seems to have abandoned his ambitious side in recent years, content to grin his way through violent action movies about Egyptian demigods and jingoistic secret service agents. For a while there, it looked as though Butler might have given up on anything . And then Snow Ponies came along.
Oh my god, that TITLE. It’s impossible to imagine the scenario in which this title was decided on unanimously by a group of rational adult humans. What comes after Olympus Has Fallen and London Has Fallen? Angel, clearly. But the title of the next installment in the Help, Gerard Butler, the President Has Fallen and He Can’t Get Up series is Angel Has Fallen, which does not refer to David Boreanaz or Roma Downey and Della Reese, but to Air Force One.
Gerard Butler really needs to stop messing with our hearts, because we're falling for him hard.
First he recreated '300' for his fans, then he talked about dressing up for vagina festivals and he even humored the troops. Now he's lifting weights with children and hugging them and it's possible my ovaries just passed out cold.
Remember when they had the White House set up in front of the CenturyLink Center for the filming of "Olympus Has Fallen"? Here's Gerard Butler talking about how he feels about Shreveport. Spoiler alert: he loves us!
The technical side of the movie business grows more amazing every day! Industry insiders will tell you that with the advent of digital technology, the limits of on-screen magic are almost non existent!
My attempts to break into the movie biz continue. Most recently, my on-air push to play the (yet uncast) President of The United in "White House Taken" starring Gerard Butler.
Though I'm not holding my breath waiting for the phone to ring, I am (at least thrice weekly) driving by the Teague Parkway in Bossier where a crew is building a White House replica for filming starting next mont