That became my new nickname which added years of insults to injury.
Fortunately most people that are bullies end up never amounting to much.
“The cashier wouldn’t take my coupon – I was bullied.” Really?
I think people are getting a little tired of hearing, “I was bullied here or there” in way too many situations where it really doesn’t apply.
But Craig brings that same signature focus to all of his roles and can burn up the screen in any accent: from a ruthless English drug lord to a South-African Jewish assassin to a Swedish investigative reporter. With his unflinching stare and his knack for turning curse words into Biblical intonations of menace, Jackson is always an intense presence on screen.
He'd earn a spot on this list for Jules; but he's always a "bad [email protected]#$! Christopher Walken Age: 69 Must-See Performances: "True Romance" (1993); "The Dead Zone" (1983); "The Deer Hunter" (1978) Intensity Factor: Walken is more of a comic performer these days, but the iconic man with the piercing eyes and distinctive New York cadence can be one of the most intimidating actors when the role demands it.
It’s true, I’ve been hired quite a few times because of my hook nose with a huge bump on it.
It was a nice nose once, but a bully broke it for me in high school. It healed up, bit the end result was it looked like a long hook nose.
READ MORE: ‘Sully’ Review: Tom Hanks Is a Hero In Clint Eastwood’s Drama, But the Crash Is the Real Star of the Show “He treats his actors like horses,” says Hanks, “because when he did the 60s series ‘Rawhide,’ the director would shout ‘Action! So when he’s in charge, he says in a really quiet soft voice, ‘All right, go ahead,’ and instead of shouting ‘Cut!
’ he says ‘That’s enough of that.’ It’s intimidating as hell!
” Hanks also discussed how the real Sully was active in the production and pushed the cast to stay true to the reality of the moment.