Talk about your Thunder Down Under! His success led to being cast as Bruce Banner in the comic book flick Hulk Even though Eric plays a guy who gets so big he busts out of his clothes, Hulk was not the huge hit one would expect. But the next year, he was back in another big budget movie when he played Hector in Troy
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Mark eventually nicknamed Chopper Read Eric Bana dreams of making a name for himself as a legendary crime figure. His journey is brutal and bizarre, as he tries in vain to capture that elusive Al Capone quality, having to settle, instead, for a Fawlty Towers version of a stand-over man. This does not preclude him being violent and sadistic, but it does prevent him reaching the dark heights he seeks to attain. In and out of jail, Chopper is always on edge, and sometimes he can even see the joke himself. But the fact that he is a better selling autobiographical author than crim and proud of it is testament to his absurdity. Based directly on but not by any means a biography, Chopper is the distillation of Mark's books and a heap of prison gossip. If you thought Prisoner was wild then this will blow your socks off.
Eric Bana reveals what he really thought of playing Chopper Read
Eric Bana is comfortable with tattoos. As the villain Nero in the new Star Trek , jagged intergalactic designs cover his face like armour. It is hard to square the tousle-haired Australian actor with Nero, the bald Romulan leader with large pointy ears and a warped, gravelly voice. The transformation took hours of make-up. By the end of the first week it's very normal, and when the other Romulans took their make-up off, I didn't know how to take them.
Unlike Kelly, Read lived to enjoy his infamy, becoming a bestselling author and the subject of a hit film. A street thug who claimed to have spent only 13 months out of prison between the ages of 20 and 38, Read learned to read and write in jail and in began corresponding with a Melbourne journalist, John Silvester. Chopper was an instant success, going on to sell more than , copies, and Read followed it with Hits and Memories and How to Shoot Friends and Influence People He became internationally famous mainly due to the success of the film Chopper, based on his autobiography. Bana, a comedian who had been recommended by Read for the part, brilliantly captured the mix of violence and wry naivety the role demanded.