Michael Biehn. Schauspieler • Regisseur • Drehbuchautor. Athletisch und mit dem harten, entschlossenen Gesichtsausdruck des Kämpfers, ist Michael Biehn. When actor Michael Biehn answered a knock at the door of his Chelsea residence one bitter cold September morning in , he found a shivering, shoeless. Michael Biehn wuchs in Lincoln, Nebraska, auf. Als er 13 Jahre alt war, zog er mit seinen Eltern nach Lake Havasu City, Arizona und studierte - dank eines Stipe.
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Michael Connell Biehn ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler und Filmproduzent. Michael Connell Biehn (* Juli in Anniston, Alabama) ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler und Filmproduzent. Michael Biehn. Schauspieler • Regisseur • Drehbuchautor. Athletisch und mit dem harten, entschlossenen Gesichtsausdruck des Kämpfers, ist Michael Biehn. Michael Biehn wuchs in Lincoln, Nebraska, auf. Als er 13 Jahre alt war, zog er mit seinen Eltern nach Lake Havasu City, Arizona und studierte - dank eines Stipe. Michael Biehn wurde international bekannt als Kyle Reese im ersten "Terminator"-Film und stand danach noch zwei Mal für Starregisseur James. Michael Biehn ist ein amerikanischer Schauspieler, Drehbuchautor. Entdecke seine Biographie, Details seiner 39 Karriere-Jahre und alle News. Ist "Aliens - Die Rückkehr" einer der besten Filme von Michael Biehn? Entdecke die besten Filme von Michael Biehn.
When actor Michael Biehn answered a knock at the door of his Chelsea residence one bitter cold September morning in , he found a shivering, shoeless. Ist "Aliens - Die Rückkehr" einer der besten Filme von Michael Biehn? Entdecke die besten Filme von Michael Biehn. Michael Biehn wuchs in Lincoln, Nebraska, auf. Als er 13 Jahre alt war, zog er mit seinen Eltern nach Lake Havasu City, Arizona und studierte - dank eines Stipe. Johannes Herrschmann. American Dragons Die Farbe Lila Online Ansehen Blutige Entscheidung. Richard Berry. Christoph M. Mili Nasim Pedrad. In Extra Drei amerikanischen Kleinstadt-Idylle macht ein psychopathischer Serienkiller Jagd auf alle Jungfrauen. Eric Dane. Zum Inhalt des Films: 57 Jahre sind vergangen, seit die Besatzung der Nostromo von den Aliens umgebracht wurde, als Deckoffizier Ripley, die einzige Überlebende des Massakers, in einem kleinen Rettungssc…. Bud Spencer.
Michael Biehn I GENERI PIÙ RICORRENTI DI MICHAEL BIEHN VideoTOMBSTONE Clip - Hell Followed (1993) Michael Biehn
A little troubled, you know, I've had some problems in the past. I had a serious problem with alcohol for a number of years which I've overcome.
But that was very difficult, ruined a couple of marriages and probably stunted my 'carrier' to a certain degree.
But a human,you know. I'm just a human like everybody else. On his role in Hill Street Blues That was a great character for me.
I loved that character because he was just such a total asshole. He was a racist, he was a misogynist, he didn't like women, he didn't like anybody, he was a loudmouth, he was crude What was cool about him was that I got to work with Betty Thomas and Ed Marinaro , and when I was standing between the two of them, I looked like a shrimp.
I mean, I'm 6 feet tall, but Ed's gotta be 6-foot-2 or 6-foot-3, and Betty's gotta be 6-foot-1 or 6-foot-2, so I looked like Robert Conrad , like any minute I was gonna say, "Knock this battery off my shoulder!
It's one of my favourite characters, in fact. I loved him. I only had two lines, and they were the same line: "Runner headed toward Quadrant Four!
I was like, "Oh, my God, what's my other line? I mean, it was huge, you know? Flying into New York and all that Stigwood press - I was more intimidated about being in such a big production than I was about working with Lauren Bacall or Garner.
I had been working in television, and I thought I had the stuff, and Lauren Bacall certainly didn't intimidate me.
That was a theater production. But when I went in and I read for Jim, I guess I kind of kept some of that southern accent; it stayed with me.
So, Jim called my agents and said "We really like him a lot, but he's a little too regional for us.
He sounded Southern I read with Rosanna Arquette once and On Coach Well I haven't seen that movie in 20 or 30 years, but I think it was cute enough, I think it was fun enough, I don't think there was anything horrifically stupid about it.
It was an exploitation movie. It used sex exploitation. But I think I had a character in there who was attractive, and I had a lot of fun making it, playing basketball and hanging out with Cathy Lee Crosby.
It wasn't too bad for a year-old kid from Arizona. On William Friedkin He likes to challenge his actors, there's no doubt about that.
He challenges you to the extent to where he can find a weakness in you and then he will plunge a knife in there and try to gut you as a person and as an actor.
I think that it keeps you on your toes. In real life, like when you are not on the set, Billy is the nicest most articulate fun loving, poker-playing guy.
He can talk about history and opera and fashion and women He is just a lovely, interesting man to be around and I love Billy Freidkin.
I love him to death, but you get him on a set and he turns into the devil. On turning down Near Dark Kathryn called and offered me the role that Lance played.
I read that script and I found it confusing, and I made a mistake, probably, by passing on it. I'm a very linear person - I've got to see beginning, middle and end, and if the scenes don't make sense to me, it's very hard for me to progress with them.
I mean, I had real trouble with movies like Memento and Irreversible , and the flashbacks, stuff like that. Again, it was a mistake that I made, because I would've loved to have worked with Kathryn, because she went on to do the movie with Patrick Swayze and Keanu, and there was a call that was made to me about the Patrick Swayze role in that, also.
That was a mistake, that I didn't do Near Dark I look at it, and I've seen it recently, and it's an interesting film from a first time filmmaker, and she's a brilliant filmmaker.
On getting Aliens I got called by Gale Hurd on the Friday night checking my passport was in order. I said yes, and I was shooting Monday morning.
Which meant that I didn't have to do that three weeks of rehearsal period, before the movie started, where they did the round table reading, and they would take all the soldiers out and march them over and over again, and have all the dinners.
I just jumped right in, I just did it from the word go, and so that was a relief to me, because any time anyone does an army movie, they take all the actors out and get some old worn out drill sergeant to put 'em through their paces, and I hate to do that.
I really didn't want to do that. On The Terminator I think people think about that movie as being this huge, huge hit, and it did well. So it wasn't that big of a hit at the time.
It did okay, but it wasn't a juggernaut. And I wasn't flooded with offers by any stretch. I mean, I think the next movie I did was Aliens, which was two years later, so I definitely wasn't buried in big offers.
On James Cameron You'll do a take, and he'll walk up to you and say, "Michael that's exactly what I don't want", and you can either go, "Oh what a fucking bastard, oh he bruised my ego!
Show me! If you were an actor, you could act it, but you can't! You have to show me what you want me to do! You wanna give me a line reading?
Give me a line reading! Show me what you want, I'll do it! He'll do it, but he's not real sensitive when it comes to actors and their trailers, and waiting for actors to come to the set, so he can get his shots off.
I think that Jim, from what I understand, got a little bit more verbal after he was done with The Abyss , because I didn't see anything.
I called my agent up and he called up Fox and said, "You can't use Michael's image. We'd really like to use your character.
Now he's " David Fincher ," but I was upset at the fact that I was not in the new movie. What I said was "Fuck you for having that happen to my character.
Jim wasn't happy about that either, so they dropped that idea and then they came back and they said "We want to use your picture" and I said "Okay, you can use my picture.
It's going to cost you and it's going to cost you a lot. It was really probably the most disappointing moment in my career when I look at like "Jeez, I could have been a part of a franchise that went like four or five deep and made a lot of money and really had been able to On Timebomb So I signed on to do this movie, and I remember exactly where I was sitting when I was told that they'd cast Patsy Kensit to play opposite me, and although Patsy was like, darling, she was sexy and fun, y'know, she was supposed to be a psychiatrist, and she was twenty!
And I thought, that's strange casting! On Terminator 2: Judgment Day "Jim called me, and he explained it to me: It was too long, he had to cut a couple things out, mine was one of the last things to go.
But he had two other flashbacks in the movie, and basically what I did in the movie was the same thing I did in the first movie I got paid a very handsome price for that one day of work.
And I'd do anything for Jim. If he asked me to come over and wash his car today, I'd do it. And it's raining, too! But I'd do anything for Jim.
On Timebomb I thought it was going to be a much better movie, and that guy, I don't think has gone on to direct very much of note.
But this guy totally ruined it and he hasn't really done anything since. Some directors, like Lewis Teague who did Navy Seals , somehow they just keep failing upwards.
Like The Jewel of the Nile , which is one of the worst movies ever made, but somehow he gets work off it.
It's like, "Okay, The Jewel of the Nile Well then, let him do Navy Seals On Deadfall Nic at that point was just breaking.
He was just leaving the set to go do Saturday Night Live because he had just won the Oscar. That was Nic Cage undirected, because his brother directed him and I think he just said "Nic, do whatever you want.
On Deadfall I got a call because Val Kilmer and Joanne Whalley -Kilmer just fell out and they needed a replacement within like a week. So that was another one of those things where I got a call and flew into LA.
Val saw the writing on the wall. It was a good script, too. It was written by Nick Vallelonga , who's a good friend of mine and has gone on to direct me in two or three movies.
It was a good script, it was jut bizarre. It's funny, because usually when people When I try to think of the name of that movie, if you hadn't just said " Deadfall " or had you said, "What's the movie you did with Nic Cage and Charlie Sheen?
To be perfectly honest with you, I kind of have a bottom five of movies that I was in. That was one of them. On Val Kilmer "Val's great.
Val's somehow gotten a reputation for being difficult. I don't know why, actually, except for that he works very hard.
To give you an example, Val and I went out the day before we shot that scene, and we choreographed that scene together. It was Val and I who decided that we weren't going to be walking 10 paces, turning, and shooting, like they've done in a million other movies.
We thought, "Well, wouldn't it be fun if we did it kind of close, where we're just, like, 2 or 3 feet apart from each other?
All of that stuff, Val and I rehearsed the day before we shot, and that's the kind of actor that I know Val Kilmer is.
I mean, he is passionate and he wants to get it right, and he is like me and like Jim Cameron and like a lot of people who are like, "I'm making a movie here.
I'm going to do the best I can, and if you're not with me, then get out of the way. I had this big speech to give that I'd been working on in my head for, like, the last two weeks.
I just went blank. I'm standing there and I'm not saying anything, and suddenly 'Michael Bay' Qv starts screaming the dialogue to me from off-camera.
So he screamed it to me, I'd say it, he'd scream more, I'd say it, he'd scream more We finally finished it, and we only did one take, because it would've taken too long to set up again, but I just felt like a complete idiot.
I mean, I froze, and I did it in front of everybody. On The Usual Suspects I read his script twenty years ago or whatever, I didn't understand it, I was confused by it - it's kind of a confusing story if you're not paying attention, and I'd probably had a few drinks, and thought, "I don't get this, man, I don't get it", and threw it to the side.
It was a huge mistake. It didn't make any sense to me. Even when I watch the movie now you really have to stay on top of it to know what's going on.
But they never offered me the role, they said would you like to come in and either audition, or read, or maybe just meet Bryan, and I said, "No man, I don't understand it," and of course, I didn't know Bryan Singer was going to be Bryan Singer.
I thought it was just a guy with a confusing script! On The Magnificent Seven "That was a lot of fun. I enjoyed that.
I had a line producer on that television series, John Watson , who used to listen to me. The scripts would come out, I'd look at them, and I'd say, "Well, this doesn't make sense and that doesn't make sense," and he would actually get the writers to change things.
John was kind of like a father figure to me on that show, because it's hard when writers write stuff that doesn't make sense, or things are being shot that don't make sense.
And I could always run to John, and he would back me up, which was great. He gave me the script, I came back in with my take on it, he got excited about me and took me down to show me what he had shown Fox to get the movie made.
I could tell I really excited him, but he didn't cast me right away and he's kind of hard to get a hold of because he's so busy and so we would check in with Jon Landau kind of week by week and month by month as it progress and Jon Landau , the producer, would always say "Yeah, he's really interested.
I ended up hearing this though my son, because my son went to school with Jon Landau 's son, he felt that there's too much of that Aliens connection and he didn't want the Hicks-Ripley thing to be a part of that movie, so once he signed on Sigourney then he went with Stephen Lang.
I like Stephen a lot and I really think that he's been around for a long time and I was really happy that he got he role if I didn't get it.
On Planet Terror I said, "Why'd you cast me? I'm like, "Oh, yeah? Okay, we'll see about that. Anyway, we're at the big screen downtown, a thousand people, and the movie starts, blah blah blah happens, Josh Brolin 's doing his thing.
All of a sudden, I come crashing through the front door with a shotgun in my hand Everybody stands up and cheers. Here comes the fucking cavalry, which I guess I represented.
Which I guess he knew I represented. That's Robert. He knew that moment was going to happen if he cast me in that role, as opposed to somebody else, I think, because of all the stuff that I had done back in the '80s I guess was kind of heroic.
On The Victim "It's kind of a kitschy movie, you know. We pushed the performances and the whole piece to that level where you are almost over the top and it's a lot of fun.
It's just fun and it was really never meant to be taken real seriously and I think audiences are kind of getting that. If you don't like fuckin' and you don't like fightin', then you might as well leave.
On Jade , I had no idea what I was doing. I don't think anybody had any idea what they were doing. It was a Joe Eszterhas script.
To me, none of it ever really made any sense. I didn't realize until the read-through that I was the bad guy in it.
It was like a jumbled mess. And the movie came out a mess, too. It had great people on it, though. It had [William] Friedkin directing, it had Chazz Palminteri , who was nominated that year for an Academy Award, it had Linda Fiorentino , who had just come out with that famous movie she did [ The Last Seduction ], and it had David Caruso , who's a fucking brilliant actor when given the right material, and a very smart guy.
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