Methodology: During a scuffle in which both fighters are pulled underwater — with a huge shark swimming nearby, mind you! — Bond forces Kananga to ingest an inflation pellet. Kananga becomes buoyant and begins expanding, eventually rising out of the water like a balloon before finally exploding. Bond’s waterlogged send-off — “He always did have an inflated opinion of himself” — is perfectly dry.
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Exclusive Clip: Denzel Washington Sets Tough Terms in ‘The Equalizer’ In this upcoming big screen adaptation of the ’80s TV show, Denzel Washington plays a resourceful, exceptionally inventive, stealth fighter. All the skills he’ll need to becomeThe Equalizer! In the clip above, seen here first on Yahoo Movies, Washington plays Robert McCall, an average Joe hiding a dark past as a black ops commando. He’s drawn back into battling the bad guys by the handiwork of a heartless villain, a Russian mobster named Teddy.
You won’t see Denzel Washington zipping around in a Jaguar or fighting crime in a perfectly tailored suit and tie when The Equalizer comes to the big screen. Amid the prop patio furniture and ride-on lawn mowers that dressed the low key McCall’s day job at a home goods store, we talked to Washington, Fuqua, and screenwriter Richard Wenk about what makes their hero tick and what else to expect from the new Equalizer. Washington’s never actually seen the show. Explained Wenk, “The only elements we retained are the title and the idea of a man helping people.” 2.
Denzel Washington and Antoine Fuqua are in early talks to pair up yet again on MGM’s remake ofThe Magnificent Seven. Both men have the offers and while Washington is still weighing his options. Sources say it's possible both will commit. The original pic starred Yul Brynner and Steve McQueen and revolved around seven gunslingers... Read more »
When Denzel Washington’s face hits the screen these days, there’s a good chance that fists — not to mention knives, bullets, and the occasional coolly delivered one-liner — are about to go flying. Such is the case with the just-released trailer for Washington’s second film with director Antoinue Fuqua.