The poster that is original ‘The Gambler’ starring James Caan and Lauren Hutton; Mark Wahlberg will be playing this role in the remake.
Modern audiences often capture the classics of literature via their film versions; take Victor Hugo’s ‘Les Miserables’ or Charles Dickens ‘A Christmas Carol’. Mention Fyodor Dostoevsky to a younger generation of Internet-raised intelligentsia, and you gets nothing but a blank stare; and the 1974 movie variation, loosely on the basis of the prolific author’s novella, may maybe not resonate a lot more either. But that movie’s original cult success has now spurred movie giant Paramount Pictures to attempt a remake of this classic flick (which by the way is not related in every option to the Kenny Rogers classic country song of the same name) with an all-star cast that can hold its own against the first.
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The remake will have some iconic shows to complement up to, that is without a doubt; not to mention quite a bit of Hollywood lore that went on during the production that is original recording. An english professor in New York City whose gambling addiction overtakes his life for example, a then-very-young James Caan (who from 2003-2007 played the casino magnate lead in the hit TV series ‘Las Vegas’), was reportedly grappling with his own real-life cocaine addiction during filming; he was also nominated for a Golden Globe for his role as Axel Freed. Leia mais