King of action cinema in Hollywood, Gerard Butler regularly provides his dose of muscular thriller to fans of the genre, displaying an often impenetrable attitude and reacting quickly to those who cause him harm.
From 300 to Beowulf via RocknRolla, Machine Gun and the “La Chute de” series, this British actor continues to shoot roles of the type who does not let himself be told and again very recently with Mayday by Jean-François Richet , released in cinemas last January. But the actor started in 1997, with a tiny speaking role in Tomorrow Never Dies by Roger Spottiswoode.
We notice his character at 17 minutes and 12 seconds very precisely. He is on board the ship H.M.S. Devonshire, which sails the waters of the South China Sea. The boat is attacked by a destructive device never before seen which destroys the hull of the Devonshire at high speed!
We then hear him turn to his referent and say: “Commander, we heel 14 degrees aft!”
We then recognize without difficulty – with good eyes or by taking a freeze frame – Gerard Butler, 28, in his second role in the cinema!
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