martes, 5 de julio de 2016


J. K. Simmons, que ya interpretó al propietario, editor y director ejecutivo del Daily Bugle en la trilogía del Spider-Man dirigida por Sam Raimi, vuelve a repetir papel como secundario de película de superhéroes, pero esta vez en el DC Extended Universe como el comisario de Gotham, James Gordon. Su primera aparición será en la película de la Justice League y el actor para Entertaiment Weekly ha dicho sobre ello lo siguiente:

“People of my generation remember Commissioner Gordon as this jolly, ineffectual Santa Claus type, and I think over the years in the comics there’s definitely much more of a badass side to him,” Simmons explained. “One of the things that’s interesting to me is investigating hopefully a little bit more of that badass [side]…You’re living in a universe where it’s pretty tough to be a badass compared to somebody like Batman, but in the universe of non-superheroes I like the idea of Commissioner Gordon as a guy that can take care of himself, a guy that’s a real partner to Batman, not just a guy that turns on the bat signal and goes, ‘Help! Help, Batman!’”

Y aparte de señalar que va ser un comisario Gordon más duro que los vistos hasta ahora, habla sobre su preparación para el papel.

“I’m just planning on learning as much as I can about him through the comics and getting my feet wet in the first movie, and then hopefully continuing on from there," Simmons said. "I’m sure there will be differences and similarities with what Gary Oldman or Pat Hingle have done before, but I’m just going to try to do my take on it and be as informed as I can about the rich history of the Batman universe, going into it.”

Justice League se estrena el 17 de noviembre del 2017.

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