Oliver Reeds letzte Rolle war die des ehemaligen Gladiators Antonius Proximo in Ridley Scotts Kassenschlager Gladiator aus dem Jahr Rezension des Films "Gladiator" von Regisseur Ridley Scott und von dass Proximo dereinst selbst Gladiator war und von Kaiser Marcus Aurelius persönlich. Proximo. "Ich war nicht der Beste, weil ich schnell getötet habe. Ich war der Beste, weil die Menge mich liebte. Gewinne die Menge.
Gladiator (Film)Rezension des Films "Gladiator" von Regisseur Ridley Scott und von dass Proximo dereinst selbst Gladiator war und von Kaiser Marcus Aurelius persönlich. als Sklaven an die Gladiatorenschule von Antonius Proximo, einem ehemaligen Gladiator. Als Gladiator ist Maximus ähnlich erfolgreich wie einst als Feldherr. Gladiator Schauspieler, Cast & Crew. Liste der Besetung: Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix, Gladiator - Cast & Crew Proximo | 22 Fans. Bekannt für. Die Brut.
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Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. A former Roman General sets out to exact vengeance against the corrupt emperor who murdered his family and sent him into slavery.
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However, Russell Crowe was interested in resurrecting Maximus, and further researched Roman beliefs about the afterlife to accomplish this.
This includes a suggestion by Parkes that, in order to enable Russell Crowe to return to play Maximus, a sequel could involve a "multi-generational drama about Maximus and the Aurelians and this chapter of Rome", similar in concept to The Godfather Part II.
In , Scott stated he and Crowe approached Nick Cave to rewrite the film, but their ideas conflicted with DreamWorks's idea of a spin-off involving Lucius, whom Scott revealed would turn out to be Maximus's son with Lucilla.
Scott noted that a tale of corruption in Rome was too complex, whereas Gladiator worked due to its simple drive. The script would have opened with a group of dying Roman gods reincarnating Maximus, who returns to Rome to defend his son Marius and his Christian companions against the Decian persecution.
The film would have concluded with Maximus defeating Roman legionaries led by an adult Lucius and becoming an immortal force of war, with a minute sequence of Maximus fighting in the Crusades , World War II , and the Vietnam War before ending up working at the modern-day Pentagon.
By November , it was announced that Paramount Pictures is developing a sequel, which Universal has the option to co-finance, with Scott returning as director and Peter Craig writing the script.
In June , Parkes and MacDonald confirmed that the sequel was still in development with Scott and Craig, saying, "We're working with Ridley Scott, that's one we wouldn't touch unless we felt in a way to do it was legitimate.
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Archivado desde el original el 18 de junio de Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Reed's star rose further as a result of playing Bill Sikes in Oliver!
It was a huge hit, winning the Academy Award for Best Picture , with Reed receiving praise for his villainous performance.
More successful than either was his fourth film with Russell, a film version of Women in Love , in which he wrestled naked with Alan Bates in front of a log fire.
An anecdote holds that Reed could have been chosen to play James Bond. In , Bond franchise producers Albert R.
Broccoli and Harry Saltzman were looking for a replacement for Sean Connery and Reed who had recently played a resourceful killer in The Assassination Bureau was mentioned as a possible choice for the role, with Timothy Dalton and Roger Moore as the other choices.
After Reed's death, the Guardian Unlimited called the casting decision, "One of the great missed opportunities of post-war British movie history.
In March he said he would make a film, The Offering , which he would co-write and produce, but it was not made. His next project with Ken Russell was Tommy where he plays Tommy's cruel stepfather, based on The Who 's concept album Tommy and starring its lead singer Roger Daltrey.
He had a cameo in Russell's Lisztomania Reed returned to the horror genre as Dr. From the s onwards Reed's films had less success. He did a comedy for Charles B.
Griffith , Dr. Heckyl and Mr. Hype and played Gen. Rodolfo Graziani in Lion of the Desert , which co-starred Anthony Quinn and chronicled the resistance to Italy 's occupation of Libya.
Reed was a villain in Disney's Condorman and did the horror film Venom Clash of Loyalties , which dealt with Leachman's exploits during the revolution in Mesopotamia modern-day Iraq.
He says he was contemplating quitting acting when Nicolas Roeg cast him in Castaway as the middle aged Gerald Kingsland , who advertises for a "wife" played by Amanda Donohoe to live on a desert island with him for a year.
Most of these were exploitation films produced by the impresario Harry Alan Towers filmed in South Africa at the time of apartheid and released straight to video in the United States and UK.
His final role was the elderly slave dealer Proximo in Ridley Scott 's Gladiator , in which he played alongside Richard Harris ,  an actor whom Reed admired greatly both on and off the screen.
In addition to acting, Reed released several singles in the popular music vein, though with limited success. In , Reed married Kate Byrne.
While filming his part of Bill Sikes in Oliver! In , he married Josephine Burge, to whom he remained married until his death. When they met in , she was 16 years old and he was The coliseum.
Oh, you should see the coliseum, Spaniard. Fifty-thousand Romans. Watching every movement of your sword. Willing you to make that killer blow.
The silence before you strike. And the noise afterwards. It rises. It rises up like - like the - like a storm. As if you were the Thundergod himself.
Maximus : You were a gladiator? Proximo : Yes, I was. Maximus : And you won your freedom? Proximo : A long time ago, the emperor presented me with a rudis.
It's just a A symbol of your freedom. He touched me on the shoulder and I was free. I said he touched me on the shoulder once! Maximus : You asked me what I want.