Love the Hard Way (2001) - News Poster


Adrien Brody, Posterized

Oscar winner Adrien Brody is back in theaters with Predators (i.e. Predators 5: A Reboot??? I don't know. I don't follow these things) and it arrives so shortly after his last sci-fi effort Splice... why not feature him? We never discuss him and isn't there plenty to discuss. As in Wtf with his career? I can't include all 35 movies so I thought we'd pick up just where things got interesting.

Though he's had his share of straight to DVD or barely released indies over the years, he actually started off with quite a few classy projects with the likes of Steven Soderbergh (King of the Hill) and Francis Ford Coppola (New York Stories). He reportedly expected Terrence Malick's The Thin Red Line (1998) to be his film-carrying breakthrough but Malick's film was so fluid in the telling that many famous actors were entirely deleted in the final cut and Brody's part was drastically reduced.
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Brody inks CAA for agency rep

Brody inks CAA for agency rep
Oscar winner Adrien Brody has signed with CAA for agency representation. Brody, who continues to be managed at the Firm by his longtime rep JoAnne Colonna, had been without an agent for several years. The actor won an Academy Award in March for his portrayal of Wladyslaw Szpilman in director Roman Polanski's The Pianist. He is onscreen in Love the Hard Way and will be seen in the fall in Dummy and The Singing Detective. Brody's credits include The Affair of the Necklace, Summer of Sam and The Thin Red Line.

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