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Tommy Lee Jones, Natalie Dormer

Tommy Lee Jones [6]


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Born:September 15, 1946 (72)
Filmography Rating:8.40 / 10
IMDB Rating:6.70 / 10
Amazon Rating:3.93 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:75.60%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
The Fugitive [1993](47) => Marshal Samuel Gerard
Batman Forever [1995](49) => Harvey Dent / Two-Face
Men In Black (MIB) [1997](51) => Kay
Men In Black II (MIIB) [2002](56) => Kevin Brown, Agent Kay
Captain America: The First Avenger [2011](65) => Colonel Chester Phillips
Men In Black 3 [2012](66) => Agent K

Trivia that mentions this person:
Batman Forever [1995]
  • In the original Batman, District Attorney Harvey Dent was played by Billy Dee Williams. Williams accepted the role with the knowledge and expectation that Dent would eventually become Two-Face: he reportedly had a clause put into his contract reserving the role for him in any sequels, which Warner Bros. had to buy out so they could cast Tommy Lee Jones.
    The Fugitive [1993]
  • According to producer [?] Roy Huggins, Gerard's line in response to Richard Kimble's claim of innocence ("I didn't kill my wife") was originally read in the script as, "That isn't my problem." But at the request of Tommy Lee Jones, it was changed to, "I don't care."
    Watchmen [2009]
  • Casting rumors over the years included Sigourney Weaver (Sally Jupiter); John Hurt, Robin Williams, [?] Doug Hutchison, Daniel Craig, Simon Pegg, [?] Glen Hansard (Rorschach); Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dolph Lundgren (Dr. Manhattan); Tommy Lee Jones, Gary Busey, Ron Perlman, Thomas Jane (Comedian); Richard Gere, Kevin Costner, John Cusack, [?] Joaquin Phoenix (Nite Owl); Nathan Fillion (either Comedian or Nite Owl); Jamie Lee Curtis, [?] Hilary Swank, Jessica Biel, Hilary Duff (Silk Spectre); Tom Cruise, Jude Law (Ozymandias). In the finished film, Jackie Earle Haley is the only one of the seven primary cast members who was even in the film industry when the movie was first attempted.
    Men In Black 3 [2012]
  • Agent J travels from 2012 to 1969, 43 years into the past. He wakes up and sees a young Agent K, played by Josh Brolin. Brolin is only 21 years and 5 months younger than Tommy Lee Jones, who plays the older Agent K.
    Atlantis: The Lost Empire [2001]
  • Lloyd Bridges was originally cast as Whitmore, but he died shortly after production began. Tim Curry was considered for the role of the King of Atlantis. Tommy Lee Jones, Jack Davenport, and Kurt Russell were considered for the role of Commander Rourke. Nathaniel Parker auditioned for the role of Lyle T. Rourke, his voice didn't suit the character, however [?] Don Hahn was so impressed with his performance he cast him in The Haunted Mansion.
    The LEGO Batman Movie [2017]
  • Billy Dee Williams voices the nefarious Two-Face in this movie. Williams had previously portrayed Two-Face's "good" alter ego, Harvey Dent, in Tim Burton's Batman. He was very eager to also portray Two-Face but did not get the chance to, due to Joel Schumacher taking over the franchise with Batman Forever and recasting the role with Tommy Lee Jones. Billy Dee Williams also reprised one of his previous roles in his appearance in The Lego Movie, playing Lando Calrissian from Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back.
    R.I.P.D. [2013]
  • This movie has been compared to Men in Black, in that they both deal with secret government agencies contending with otherworldly beings. Jeff Bridges is playing the same kind of character that his good friend and Blown Away co-star Tommy Lee Jones played in the [Men In Black] trilogy.
    Blade Runner: The Final Cut [1982]
  • Dustin Hoffman was the original choice to play Deckard, although he wondered why he was asked to play a "macho character". According to Ridley Scott, Hoffman was interested, but wanted to make it a whole different kind of character. According to [?] Paul Sammon, apart from Hoffman, other actors considered for the role included Tommy Lee Jones, Gene Hackman, Sean Connery, Jack Nicholson, Paul Newman, Clint Eastwood, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Al Pacino, Burt Reynolds, William Devane, Raul Julia, Scott Glenn, [?] Frederic Forrest, Robert Duvall, Judd Hirsch, [?] Cliff Gorman, Peter Falk, Nick Nolte and Christopher Walken. Martin Sheen was offered the role, but he turned it down, as he was exhausted, having come off Apocalypse Now.