Tuesday, July 12, 2011
If he's not getting any younger, then...
OK, I can accept that Terence Stamp has come a long, long way since I first viewed him on theater screens as an impossibly handsome young star in Modesty Blaise, Billy Budd and The Collector. I know that he long ago aged into being a craggy character actor, most notably in The Limey (a film, as I noted in my 1999 review, that cleverly utilized "flashbacks" from the 1967 Poor Cow to show Stamp's grizzled avenger as a much younger man). But this report that Stamp has been cast as a "grumpy pensioner" in an upcoming film is... well, enough to make me feel pretty damn grumpy myself.
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Dude is about to turn 73. You are still a young whipper-snapper in comparison!
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