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Jeremy Irons Will Reportedly Make His DCEU Return in The Flash

One of the highly-anticipated upcoming films is The Flash as it will be the titular hero's first-ever solo adventure on the big screen and also feature the return of Michael Keaton's Batman since it is expected to tackle the multiverse. Just like any other DC projects, most of the details are still under wraps although a new rumor has now emerged regarding the upcoming film which reveals the return of a DCEU character.
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Has Jeremy Irons Seen The Snyder Cut? Here's What He Says About Justice League And The HBO Max Restoration

The DC Extended Universe is always full of surprises, and last year’s release of Zack Snyder’s Justice League was certainly no exception. The filmmaker’s epic four-hour vision was released via streaming after years of fan campaigns, greatly expanding the narrative in the process. But has the great Jeremy Irons seen the Snyder Cut? Here’s what he says about Justice League and the extended cut on HBO Max.
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Jeremy Irons Says Snyder Cut ‘Couldn’t Have Been Worse’ Than ‘Dreadful’ ‘Justice League’

Four years have passed since the critically maligned “Justice League” hit theaters, but the film’s stars still have a lot to say about it. Last week, Ben Affleck described the “Justice League” reshoots as a low point in his career. “It just was the worst experience. It was awful. It was everything that I didn’t like about this,” Affleck said, adding that the film was a catalyst in his decision to permanently abandon the role of Batman and pursue more serious films. Now fans can add Jeremy Irons to the list of “Justice League” stars with harsh words for the film....
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Jeremy Irons Still Hasn't Seen the Snyder Cut of Justice League

Justice League and Watchmen star Jeremy Irons still hasn't seen Zack Snyder's Justice League. In a new interview, Irons was asked about his role as Alfred Pennyworth to Ben Affleck's Batman, which he played in both Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League. But Irons couldn't really give his reaction to The Snyder Cut of Justice League, confessing that "Strangely, I think I have it and I haven't seen it. I shall have to hunt it out and see if I have it somewhere online or on a DVD."
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‘Munich: The Edge Of War’ Trailer: George MacKay And Jeremy Irons Face Hitler’s Threat In Tense WWII Thriller

Following his incredible performance in 1917, George MacKay is headed to a different kind of battlefield in Munich: The Edge of War. The British actor plays a diplomat who comes face-to-face with Adolf Hitler as the dictator prepares to attack Czechoslovakia. Also in the cast is Jeremy Irons, who plays British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, the infamous “appeaser” himself, as he prepares to do whatever the Third Reich demands in order to avoid war. The result? World War II, so his plan obviously failed.
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Jeremy Irons: What To Watch If You Like The House Of Gucci Star

It is fitting to see Jeremy Irons in the House of Gucci cast as Rodolfo Gucci, because the biographical drama from director Ridley Scott feels exactly like the kind of tragedy that William Shakespeare would have turned into a literary masterpiece. Indeed, the 73-year-old, Academy Award-winning Englishman not only has the training of a Shakespearean actor, but the playwright’s work has become a recurrence in the actor’s filmography - sometimes just in theme or style, but other times, with direct adaptations.
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Hollywood Flashback: Jeremy Irons Did High-Society Crime in ‘Reversal of Fortune’

House of Gucci, opening Nov. 24 and based on a 2001 book, dramatizes the murder of Gucci heir Maurizio Gucci. Three decades ago, Jeremy Irons — who plays Maurizio’s father, Rodolfo, in the film — starred in another true-crime tale set in high society and won an Oscar for it. In 1990’s Reversal of Fortune, based on the 1985 Alan Dershowitz best-seller, Irons, then 41, played Claus von Bülow, a Danish aristocrat charged in 1982 with attempting to murder his socialite wife, Sunny von Bülow (played by Glenn Close), via an insulin injection that left her in a vegetative state. Von...
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HOUSE OF GUCCI New Trailer Features Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, Jared Leto, Jeremy Irons And Al Pacino

Universal Pictures has debuted the trailer for HOUSE OF GUCCI. House of Gucci is inspired by the shocking true story of the family empire behind the Italian fashion house of Gucci. Spanning three decades of love, betrayal, decadence, revenge, and ultimately murder, we see what a name means, what it’s worth, and how far a family will go for control.
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Jeremy Irons Screamed at Bob Odenkirk Over Bad 'SNL' Monologue

The 'Dead Ringers' actor was so mad that he yelled at the 'Breaking Bad' star after finding the 'Saturday Night Live' monologue the latter wrote for him was not really great. AceShowbiz - Bob Odenkirk isn't looking forward to his next encounter with Jeremy Irons because, the last time the two actors met, the Brit yelled at the "Breaking Bad" star.
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Bob Odenkirk Recalls Jeremy Irons Yelling at Him Over Lame 'SNL' Jokes

The 'Nobody' star told Howard Stern he secretly taped the scolding and played it for friends. Bob Odenkirk dropped by The Howard Stern Show on Wednesday, where he shared a hilarious story about Jeremy Irons going off on him years ago. Odenkirk, who currently stars in the film Nobody, was...
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Bob Odenkirk says he secretly taped Jeremy Irons yelling at him at SNL

Odenkirk tells Howard Stern Irons yelled because he was unhappy with the monologue he and Rob Schneider wrote for him when Irons hosted in 1991. "I can't do this," Odenkirk recalls Irons saying. "I can sing. I can dance. I can juggle. I am a Shakespearean-trained actor. And you have me doing this!" ALSO: Odenkirk also discusses writing Chris Farley's "Matt Foley" sketch.
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