Dort wird er von Proximo (Oliver Reed) gekauft, der die Arenen Roms mit Gladiatoren versorgt. Sein Erfolg beim Kampf in der Arena, aber auch sein Mitgefühl. Oliver Reeds letzte Rolle war die des ehemaligen Gladiators Antonius Proximo in Ridley Scotts Kassenschlager Gladiator aus dem Jahr Proximo. "Ich war nicht der Beste, weil ich schnell getötet habe. Ich war der Beste, weil die Menge mich liebte. Gewinne die Menge.
Gladiator (Film)Rezension des Films "Gladiator" von Regisseur Ridley Scott und von dass Proximo dereinst selbst Gladiator war und von Kaiser Marcus Aurelius persönlich. als Sklaven an die Gladiatorenschule von Antonius Proximo, einem ehemaligen Gladiator. Als Gladiator ist Maximus ähnlich erfolgreich wie einst als Feldherr. Proximo. "Ich war nicht der Beste, weil ich schnell getötet habe. Ich war der Beste, weil die Menge mich liebte. Gewinne die Menge.
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Instead, he walked across the courtyard in full view of the soldiers, and set the gladiators free. Maximus remarked that he was "in danger of becoming a good man".
He then returned to his tower, holding the wooden sword that the previous emperor, Marcus Aurelius had given him, presumably reminiscing about his life, in the knowledge he was about to die for disobeying the troops.
The snob in us likes to believe that it is always books that spin off movies. And not for more Roman screen colossals, but for writing that is serious or fun or both.
The character of Maximus was placed 12th in the Total Film list of 50 best movie heroes and villains  and 35th in the Empire 's Greatest Movie Characters.
The film was first released on DVD on November 21, , and has since been released in several different extended and special edition versions.
Special features for the Blu-ray Disc and DVDs include deleted scenes , trailers , documentaries , commentaries , storyboards , image galleries, Easter eggs , and cast auditions.
The film was released on Blu-ray in September , in a 2-disc edition containing both the theatrical and extended cuts of the film, as part of Paramount 's "Sapphire Series" Paramount acquired the rights to the film when it bought the DreamWorks library in The DVD editions that have been released since the original two-disc version, include a film only single-disc edition as well as a three-disc "extended edition" DVD which was released in August The extended edition DVD features approximately fifteen minutes of additional scenes, most of which appear in the previous release as deleted scenes.
The original cut, which Scott still calls his director's cut, is also select-able via seamless branching which is not included on the UK edition.
The film is on the first disc, the second one has a three-hour documentary into the making of the film by DVD producer Charles de Lauzirika , and the third disc contains supplements.
Discs one and two of the three-disc extended edition were also repackaged and sold as a two-disc "special edition" in the EU in In June , Douglas Wick said a Gladiator prequel was in development.
However, Russell Crowe was interested in resurrecting Maximus, and further researched Roman beliefs about the afterlife to accomplish this. This includes a suggestion by Parkes that, in order to enable Russell Crowe to return to play Maximus, a sequel could involve a "multi-generational drama about Maximus and the Aurelians and this chapter of Rome", similar in concept to The Godfather Part II.
In , Scott stated he and Crowe approached Nick Cave to rewrite the film, but their ideas conflicted with DreamWorks's idea of a spin-off involving Lucius, whom Scott revealed would turn out to be Maximus's son with Lucilla.
Scott noted that a tale of corruption in Rome was too complex, whereas Gladiator worked due to its simple drive. The script would have opened with a group of dying Roman gods reincarnating Maximus, who returns to Rome to defend his son Marius and his Christian companions against the Decian persecution.
The film would have concluded with Maximus defeating Roman legionaries led by an adult Lucius and becoming an immortal force of war, with a minute sequence of Maximus fighting in the Crusades , World War II , and the Vietnam War before ending up working at the modern-day Pentagon.
By November , it was announced that Paramount Pictures is developing a sequel, which Universal has the option to co-finance, with Scott returning as director and Peter Craig writing the script.
In June , Parkes and MacDonald confirmed that the sequel was still in development with Scott and Craig, saying, "We're working with Ridley Scott, that's one we wouldn't touch unless we felt in a way to do it was legitimate.
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Osprey Publishing. Heckyl and Mr. Hype and played Gen. Rodolfo Graziani in Lion of the Desert , which co-starred Anthony Quinn and chronicled the resistance to Italy 's occupation of Libya.
Reed was a villain in Disney's Condorman and did the horror film Venom Clash of Loyalties , which dealt with Leachman's exploits during the revolution in Mesopotamia modern-day Iraq.
He says he was contemplating quitting acting when Nicolas Roeg cast him in Castaway as the middle aged Gerald Kingsland , who advertises for a "wife" played by Amanda Donohoe to live on a desert island with him for a year.
Most of these were exploitation films produced by the impresario Harry Alan Towers filmed in South Africa at the time of apartheid and released straight to video in the United States and UK.
His final role was the elderly slave dealer Proximo in Ridley Scott 's Gladiator , in which he played alongside Richard Harris ,  an actor whom Reed admired greatly both on and off the screen.
In addition to acting, Reed released several singles in the popular music vein, though with limited success.
In , Reed married Kate Byrne. While filming his part of Bill Sikes in Oliver! In , he married Josephine Burge, to whom he remained married until his death.
When they met in , she was 16 years old and he was In , Reed was in the Crazy Elephant nightclub in Leicester Square and got into a dispute at the bar with a couple of men that ended with Reed walking away with a dismissive remark.
They waited until he went to the toilet, followed him in and attacked him with broken bottles. According to his brother, subsequent to the attack, when arguing, the burly Reed would bring his hands up in a gesture that was defensive but many men found very intimidating.
In Reed was unsuccessfully sued by his former stuntman, stand-in and friend Reg Prince, for an alleged spinal injury incurred by the latter while on location for the filming of Castaway.
He claimed to have turned down major roles in two Hollywood movies, including The Sting although he did appear in the sequel The Sting II. When the s UK government raised taxes on personal income, Reed initially declined to join the exodus of major British film stars to Hollywood and other more tax-friendly locales.
In the late s Reed relocated to Guernsey as a tax exile. Reed often described himself as a British patriot and preferred to live in the United Kingdom over relocating to Hollywood.
According to Robert Sellers Reed tried reenlisting in the British army following the outbreak of the conflict but was turned down.
Reed was known for his alcoholism and binge drinking. Reed subsequently revised the story, claiming he drank pints of beer on a two-day binge before marrying Josephine Burge: 'The event that was reported actually took place during an arm-wrestling competition in Guernsey , about 15 years ago; it was highly exaggerated.
Reed became a close friend and drinking partner of The Who 's drummer Keith Moon in , while working together on the film version of Tommy.
It was awful to see. Reed was often irritated that his appearances on television chat shows concentrated on his drinking feats, rather than his acting career and latest films.
On 26 September , while Reed was interviewed by Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show , Shelley Winters , angered by derogatory comments Reed had made about feminists and women's liberation , poured a cup of whiskey over his head on-camera.
Reed was held partly responsible for the demise of BBC1 's Sin on Saturday after some typically forthright comments on the subject of lust, the sin featured on the first programme.
The series had many other issues, and a fellow-guest revealed that Reed recognised this when he arrived, and virtually had to be dragged in front of the cameras.
Near the end of his life, he was brought onto some television series specifically for his drinking; for example The Word put bottles of vodka in his dressing room so he could be secretly filmed getting drunk.
According to Reed the whole thing was a stunt "I knew all about the "secret" camera, and the vodka was water" , and that he was paid to "act drunk".