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Paul Walter Hauser Lost 40 Pounds to Play Suspected Serial Killer Larry Hall: See the Transformation

Watch: The Truth Behind Our Obsession With True Crime Stories. Paul Walter Hauser transformed himself mind, body and soul for the role of suspected serial killer Larry Hall. The Richard Jewell star lost 40 pounds to play the notorious Hall, who is suspected to be responsible for the murders of up to 45 women in the '80s and '90s, for the upcoming Apple TV+ series Black Bird.
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Sydney Sweeney, Paul Walter Hauser, Halsey Simon Rex & Others Set For Bron’s ‘National Anthem’

EXCLUSIVE: Sydney Sweeney, Halsey, Paul Walter Hauser, Simon Rex, Toby Huss, Gavin Maddox Bergman, Harriet Sansom Harris and newcomer Derek Hinkey are set to star in Tony Tost’s directorial debut National Anthem from Bron Studios. The film is a Page Fifty-Four Pictures and Bron Studios production in association with Creative Wealth Media. Page Fifty-Four’s Alex Saks and Bron Studio’s Aaron L. Gilbert are producing. Creative Wealth Media’s Jason Cloth is an executive producer. Native American activist Marcus RedThunder serves as a consultant on the film. The film revolves around a gritty hunt for a valuable rare Lakota Native American Ghost Shirt. Some are hunting for fortune, others...

Paul Walter Hauser Whines About Oscars Predictions, Threatening to Break

Paul Walter Hauser had an epic online meltdown Monday night, threatening to break people’s arms as he went on an unhinged rant about cancel culture before deleting his Twitter account entirely. The Cobra Kai actor’s spiral was sparked by a recent New York Times spread in which the publication’s...

We Were All Rooting For You, Paul Walter Hauser

Paul Walter Hauser, I am begging you: Please do not do this. For those of you who are not Paul Walter Hauser, some context. Hauser is an up-and-coming character actor who is probably best known for I, Tonya and Richard Jewell. He had become something of a Film Twitter darling in the past few years, the kind of guy people would randomly go, “You know who’s one of the best things about the new Cruella movie? Paul Walter Hauser.” (This may sound like faint praise, but it’s not — it takes real skill to add soulfulness to an overstuffed franchise-starter like Cruella.) Hauser was more online than most famousish actors. He followed a lot of movie people on Twitter and interacted with their tweets, and this made him seem endearing and approachable. People liked Paul Walter Hauser.

Paul Walter Hauser Was Late to His Own ‘Cobra Kai’ Pitch Meeting Because He Was Binging the Series

[This story contains spoilers for Cobra Kai season four.] Stingray is back — and Cobra Kai fans could not be more delighted. The fourth season of the wildly popular Netflix series dropped on New Year’s Eve and is already among the top titles on the platform globally, per Netflix’s own metrics. With the new season comes the return of fan-favorite Raymond, aka Stingray — played by award-winning actor Paul Walter Hauser — an eccentric goof who just wants to be in with the popular karate crowd, despite being far older and fairly out of place. Introduced in Cobra Kai season two, Stingray was absent...

Paul Walter Hauser on ‘Queenpins’ and Who He Based His Voice On

With Aron Gaudet and Gita Pullapilly’s Queenpins now streaming on Paramount+ for subscribers in the United States, I recently spoke to Paul Walter Hauser about making the original comedy. If you haven’t seen the trailer, Queenpins is inspired by a true story and stars Kristen Bell and Kirby Howell-Baptiste as best friends that start a multi-million dollar coupon scam. As you might imagine, this kind of operation draws the interest of law enforcement and it’s up to a loss prevention officer (Hauser) from a local supermarket chain and a determined U.S. postal inspector (Vince Vaughn) to figure out how millions of dollars in coupons are flooding the market. Queenpins also stars Joel McHale, Bebe Rexha, and Stephen Root.

Paul Walter Hauser Teases Future Match In AEW

On the latest episode of Pro Wrestling 4 Life, two-time WWE Hall of Famer Sean “X-Pac” Waltman and Wrestling Inc. Managing Editor Nick Hausman sat down with actor Paul Walter Hauser. Hauser is a big wrestling fan and has grown close to members of AEW and recalled how his relationship with AEW began.

Rushes: Melvin Van Peebles, Paul Walter Hauser, "Licorice Pizza" Trailer

Get in touch to send in cinephile news and discoveries. For daily updates follow us @NotebookMUBI. We're deeply saddened by the news that the great Melvin Van Peebles has died. A filmmaker, director, novelist, playwright, and composer, Van Peebles was a pioneer of independent cinema, best known for his films Watermelon Man (1970) and Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song (1971). In an official statement, Van Peebles' son, filmmaker Mario Van Peebles, states: "He was a pioneer, a maverick and one cool cat."
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Paul Walter Hauser Is Only Playing Dumb

After spending a refreshingly honest 30 minutes on Zoom with Paul Walter Hauser, I cannot in good conscience fib to you. Queenpins, the upcoming crime-comedy in which he costars, is not exactly a masterpiece. But it is breezy and endearing enough, and has a handful of moments that are laugh-out-loud funny.

Paul Walter Hauser “Ashamed” of Disney Over Lack of Lyrical Captions in ‘Cruella’

Paul Walter Hauser on Wednesday took a sizable swing at Disney and other major studios upon learning from a Hollywood Reporter cover feature focusing on disability representation in Hollywood that Cruella lacked lyrical captions. Oscar-winning actress Marlee Matlin explained to THR how disappointed she was in the theater while watching the ’80s-inspired punk take on a Disney classic when she realized the rocking soundtrack — featuring the likes of Supertramp, Bee Gees, The Doors, The Clash and Queen — was not accessible to deaf patrons because the studio chose not to caption lyrics. “It deprives us of being able to access the...

Watch 'Cruella's Paul Walter Hauser Reveal the Surprising Sidekick Inspiration for Horace

Disney's Cruella will be available on all major digital platforms starting today, and in celebration of the live-action film debuting early, Collider has an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of the movie featuring star Paul Walter Hauser revealing the surprising inspiration for his Horace accent. Cruella will also be releasing on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD starting September 21.

Cruella Scene-stealer Paul Walter Hauser Is Just Happy to Be Here

There is perhaps no nicer man in Hollywood right now than Paul Walter Hauser. Sure, there are plenty of charming and talented people, but Hauser is so grounded and thoughtful that he’s going to update his list of the top-ten movies that blew his mind to include his new feature, Cruella, and he has put his plans to direct a feature on hold to make sure that, when the time comes, he can make everyone’s money back as a priority.

'Cruella' Star Paul Walter Hauser Shuts Down Negative Reviews

Disney's new live action Cruella is getting mixed (but generally positive!) reviews, and actor Paul Walter Hauser, who plays Horace, isn't here for the bad ones. The actor recently, and some might say saltily, hit back on Twitter at a less than stellar recent review, and then went into his feelings about negative reviews during an interview with Insider.

Cruella Star Paul Walter Hauser Comments On Stingray Return In Cobra Kai Season 4

While most of the characters filling the dojos in Netflix's Cobra Kai series are teenagers, the second season of the show had one much older karate student that actually became a favorite amongst fans. Stingray, played by Paul Walter Hauser, was a hilarious addition to the Cobra Kai cast and most of the shows viewers instantly fell in love him. However, when Season 3 rolled around earlier this year, Stingray was nowhere to be found. Stingray was one of a couple of characters to just disappear from the show.
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Paul Walter Hauser and Joel Fry dish on Wink, Cruella's breakout dog star

In Cruella, British sitcom mainstay Joel Fry and I, Tonya standout Paul Walter Hauser breathe life into Ms. de Vil’s longstanding henchmen, Horace and Jasper. The “stylish and chaotic” origin story brings some humanity to the characters, making them more “chosen family” to Cruella than bumbling lackeys. In other words, these versions of Horace and Jasper are a far cry from One Hundred And One Dalmatian’s tertiary characters, who, as Walter Hauser puts it, “[didn’t] have much to do other than eat sandwiches and say ‘Blimey!’” Even still, the pair can’t help but be upstaged by Wink, the eyepatch-sporting lap dog who hogs the spotlight at every opportunity. In the video above, Fry and Walter Hauser discuss working with their diva-esque canine co-star, share what most excited them about Cruella’s script, and ponder just where, exactly, Horace and Jasper are spending all of their pickpocketed coin.

Paul Walter Hauser Hits Back at 'Mean-Spirited' Critic of 'Cruella'

When addressing critics who may have misunderstood the film, the Horace Badun depicter insists that it is not an 'edgy and dark movie [because] you're not watching dogs getting made into coats.'. AceShowbiz - Paul Walter Hauser won't let anyone say negative things about "Cruella". Having found the Disney film...