The British actor famously played Transylvania’s top bloodsucker in Francis Ford Coppola’s hemoglobin-drenched horror favorite, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, which opened in theaters 25 years ago, on Nov. 13, 1992. Speaking with Oldman recently for his Oscar-buzzy turn as Winston Churchill in the new World War II drama Darkest Hour, Yahoo Entertainment asked if he’d have any interest in donning his fangs again. As Oldman tells it, Dracula was never a “bucket list” role for him in the first place.
The actor, under layers of prosthetics, channels Winston Churchill in this pivotal WWII moment from the upcoming biopic.
Oscar-buzzing actor completely disappears into role of prime minister who must rally Britain in face of monumental odds.
Virtually unrecognizable under layers of makeup, the actor constructs a full-bodied and impressively nuanced version of the historical figure.
First trailer for 'Darkest Hour,' directed by Joe Wright and starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill rallying England to persevere during World War II
The new CIA thriller, Criminal, features explosive action, an original storyline and a great cast. Leading man Kevin Costner is joined by the likes of Deadpool’s Ryan Reynolds, Tommy Lee Jones, Gary Oldman and Wonder Woman herself, Gal Gadot.
Yahoo Movies had the opportunity to sit down with Gary Oldman and he talked about the admiration he has for Batman’s police-force ally Commissioner Gordon.