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Kevin Spacey

Kevin Spacey [4]

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Born:July 26, 1959 (59)
Filmography Rating:7.36 / 10
IMDB Rating:7.12 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.06 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:77.62%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
A Bug's Life [1998](39) => Hopper (voice)
Austin Powers in Goldmember [2002](43) => Famous Dr. Evil ('Austinpussy') / Himself
Look, Up in the Sky!: The Amazing Story of Superman [2006](47) => Narrator
Superman Returns [2006](47) => Lex Luthor

Trivia that mentions this person:
Superman Returns [2006]
  • The role of Lex Luthor was always intended for Kevin Spacey. The production schedule was adjusted to accommodate Spacey's six week break from his duties as the Old Vic theater director.
  • Brandon Routh, Kate Bosworth and Kevin Spacey signed on without having read the script.
    Skyfall [2012]
  • Kevin Spacey was considered for a role, but declined due to scheduling conflicts. It is believed that director Sam Mendes originally offered the role of the villain to Spacey, the part in the film played by Javier Bardem. Spacey worked with this Mendes on American Beauty, in which Kevin Spacey's character complains to his wife about missing a [James Bond] marathon on television.
    Spectre [2015]
  • Kevin Spacey was rumored at one time to play the main villain as he had been also for Skyfall. While Spacey was in fact considered to play the villain in Skyfall before production delays and scheduling conflicts with his play Richard III interfered with his casting, he has indicated on the record that he was never offered or considered to play the Bond villain in Spectre and doesn't know why and where from these rumors keep eventuating.
    A Bug's Life [1998]
  • The casting of Hopper proved problematic. John Lasseter's top choice was Robert De Niro, who repeatedly turned the part down, as did a succession of other actors. Kevin Spacey met John Lasseter at the 68th Academy Awards ceremony and Lasseter asked Spacey if he would be interested in doing the voice of Hopper. Spacey was delighted and signed on immediately.