Edgar Ramírez News

Édgar Ramírez opens up about committing himself to “Point Break” and the importance of making films you love, regardless of box office potential.

New in Theaters: 'Tammy,' 'Earth to Echo,' 'Deliver Us from Evil'

3:46 PM 7/4/2014 by Logan Falk
Earth to Echo
This Fourth of July weekend represents another cool-down from the summer blockbuster craze, especially after the box office explosion that was last weekend. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like it will offer any kind of reprieve for people looking for higher quality films; while there are three different releases to redeem the weekend, not one of them was certified fresh.
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Edgar Ramirez Potentially Up for Role in Doctor Strange

comingsoon.net – With director Scott Derricksongoing full steam ahead on Marvel Studios' Doctor Strange, the casting for the film will no doubt begin to come together very soon, and it seems he might start picking from folks he's already worked with. Edgar Ramirez, who will appear in Derrickson's upcoming Deliver Us From Evil, spoke with IGN and said that he's been in talks about a potential role in the upcoming film. 5 years 23 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Edgar Ramirez Possibly Joining Scott Derrickson's 'Doctor Strange'

feedproxy.google.com – Marvel is in the midst of getting their Phase Three title Doctor Strange together with Sinister and Deliver Us from Evil director Scott Derrickson working from a script by Prometheus scribe Jon Spaihts. Of course, we're still waiting to see who will play the mystical hero, with Benedict Cumberbatch and Tom Hardy on Marvel's shortlist of possible stars, and Jared Leto potentially being in the running too. 5 years 23 weeks ago via brucelee
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Edgar Ramirez Talks About Portraying Bodhi In The Upcoming Point Break Remake

wegotthiscovered.com – Though I don’t think that anyone is terribly excited for Alcon’s upcoming Point Break remake, one promising aspect of it is actor Edgar Ramirez, who will be playing the role of Bodhi, which Patrick Swayze originated in the 1991 version. Recently, while discussing his role as a demon-hunting priest in the upcoming horror thriller Deliver Us From Evil, Ramirez talked a little about his goals in playing the character:

5 years 23 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Teresa Palmer Boards 'Point Break' Remake

7:04 PM 6/16/2014 by Binh Ngo
Teresa Palmer
Those worrying that Alcon's Point Break remake may be a bit dude heavy will be happy to learn that Warm Bodies' Teresa Palmer is joining the cast. The original 1991 movie starred Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves. According to Variety, Palmer is playing Tyler, the love interest of Luke Bracey's FBI agent Johnny Utah and the movie's designated damsel in distress.

Edgar Ramirez to Replace Gerard Butler in 'Point Break' Remake

6:45 PM 5/14/2014 by Binh Ngo
Edgar Ramirez
Edgar Ramirez will replace Gerard Butler as Bodhi, the character originally portrayed by Patrick Swayze, in the Point Break remake, Alcon announces. Butler dropped out last week due to "scheduling conflicts." The update is set in the world of extreme sports in which an undercover FBI agent must infiltrate in order to catch a group of robbers.

Point Break

Posted May 14th, 2014 by Binh Ngo

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Edgar Ramirez In Talks For ‘Point Break’, Pic Set For Summer 2015 Release

deadline.com – UPDATED: Alcon Entertainment confirms Edgar Ramirez is in negotiations for the role of Bodhi in the Point Break remake. Ramirez would replace Gerard Butler who exited the project last week. Warner Bros today also dated Point Break for an August 7, 2015 release. 5 years 29 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Edgar Ramirez in Negotiations to Replace Gerard Butler in ‘Point Break’ Remake

thewrap.com – Edgar Ramirez is in negotiations to star in Alcon Entertainment's “re-creation” of the classic 1991 action-thriller “Point Break,” it was announced Wednesday by Alcon co-founders and co-CEOs Broderick Johnson and Andrew Kosove. Ramirez will play the role of Bodhi, the character made famous by Patrick Swayze in Kathryn Bigelow's original film.

5 years 29 weeks ago via brucelee
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