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Thu, 06th May 2010 | Fluffy | 1,854 Views, 2 Nods.

Danny Dyer - What A Plank!

news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/8663975.stm Now .. I know he claims not to have made the comments attributed to him, and therefore I suppose I should be mindful of what I say. But, I for one would be totally unsurprised if he HAD made the comment given that his entire career appears to have been built around playing various low lives in films.that heavily feature violence.

He also seems very keen to portray himself as a real life hard man by fawning over gangsters and ex-cons in his appearances on TV presenting such enlightening programmes as 'The Real Football Factories' and 'Look At Me ! I'm A Thug Who Happens To Be A Bit Cute Looking And Am Not Really Acting When I Portray Violent Aggressive Morons!'

Okay, so I made that last one up but you get the picture. Let's face it, we wont be seeing him play Macbeth anytime soon will we? I am growing very weary of seeing yobbish behaviour portrayed on our screens with such relish and realism that I always end up thinking that the actors involved are probably deeply unpleasant in real life and probably not stretching their acting muscles too hard. Oh!, and 'yes' - I do realise that they are 'actors', but many of them do seem to have more than a hint of 'method' about them, and are rarely seen playing anything else. Thoughts?

                


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Sat, 08th May 2010
I am a massive fan of his films but just coz he has suppose to of said it does not mean i will do it....Common Sense tells me its wrong...lol....What if a women had said something similar to a girl?....would that be ok???
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Thu, 06th May 2010
Can someone please forward to his publicity company to comment.
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Thu, 06th May 2010
Bob Hoskins has got to be Capulet.
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Thu, 06th May 2010
Now then BigCol .. you've stumbled onto a brilliant script idea which should be greenlit immediately ..Katie Price as Juliet -v- Danny D as Romeo. Let's try and cast the rest of the production. Vinny Jones as Mercutio anyone?
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Thu, 06th May 2010
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Thu, 06th May 2010
I dont know the guy but the comments in Zoo magazine are an absolute disgrace and tantamount to inciting violence against women. He and the magazine should be prosecuted. If someone had suggested similar actions against Muslims they would already be locked up.
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Thu, 06th May 2010
BigCol - I am not suggesting that you shouldn't like the guy. After all, plenty of 'stars' are pretty unpleasant people. Equally, I will defend to the end your right to have an opinion that is contrary to mine. It's just that in Mr Dyers case I get that sneaking feeling that he is the kind of bloke who would be a total wide boy in real life who believes his own hype based on the roles he plays. He may yet prove me competely wrong (and let's face it that wouldn't be a first!)and take part in some truly fantastic production that leaves us in awe of his talent.I just wont hold my breath if it's all the same.
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Thu, 06th May 2010
If he does end up coming to Torbay, I hope someone tells him I stood his corner for him.
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Thu, 06th May 2010
Complete talentless dick head!
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Thu, 06th May 2010
Actually i forgot about Serevence, i recall the scene with the rocket launcher being rather funny. But his cringeworhty fawning over complete c@@ts on tv makes his career choices rather dubious.
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Thu, 06th May 2010
If i'm not mistaken he's coming to the bay, sure i've seen a poster somewhere. shall we give it a miss?
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Thu, 06th May 2010
I have never heard of Danny Dyer! probably because I never watch programmes with violence in them. I just cannot stand the thought of film/television companies and 'actors' making millions of quids producing violent programmes for the purpose of 'entertainment'! You are probably right Fluffy, I can imagine that many 'actors' and film producers who are involved in the making of violent productions do have a deep dark side to their personality!!
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Thu, 06th May 2010
I thought The Business where he ended up as a down an and out coke-head covered in shit gave the right message, the Football Factory where he played a nightmare-ridden football thug who correctly predicted one of his low-life mates' demise by having his head blown off was the most unglamorous portrayal of football hooliganism I'd seen and in Severance the scenes after he'd eaten magic mushrooms was hilarious. As for his TV so-called documentaries I watched a couple and wondered why he'd got involved. I too don't like to see yobbish behaviour and violence portrayed with relish, but I can think of worse examples than those involving Danny Dyer. I don't think he can see himself playing Macbeth either, but to claim he might be not to far away from actually being the characters he plays is a bit like suspecting Charles Bronson (the actor) of going around shooting up all the low-life in America. I must admit to being a fan.
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Thu, 06th May 2010
Ive always found him a repugnant little oik and have also found his Gangster obsession TV shows really uncomfortable.Total twat. (said in mockney accent of course)
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