Tim Roth

‘Avengers 2’ Almost Included ‘Hulk’ Villain Abomination

‘Avengers 2’ Almost Included ‘Hulk’ Villain Abomination

It isn't known how The Abomination may have fit into the story of Avengers: Age of Ultron, but it doesn't seem to be happening now anyway. Would you have liked to see Tim Roth return as The Abomination in Avengers: Age of Ultron? With new characters such as Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), Ultron (James Spader) and Baron Von Strucker (Thomas Kretschmann), there likely is very little room for The Abomination. Chime in with your thoughts below.

Avengers: Age of Ultron was released May 1st, 2015.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Biopic ‘Selma’ Adds Tim Roth

Martin Luther King Jr. Biopic ‘Selma’ Adds Tim Roth

Tim Roth has signed on to join the growing cast of Selma, portraying the Alabama governor George Wallace.

The plot centers on the historic march from Selma, Alabama to the state capitol in Montgomery, lead by civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. (David Oyelowo). When the march was first organized, Governor Wallace, who was in favor of segregation, vowed to stop it. After the first wave of marchers were beaten by his Alabama state troopers, protesters of all races came flooding into the region, which ultimately lead to President Lyndon B. Johnson (Tom Wilkinson) signing the Civil Rights Act, which gave African-Americans the right to vote.

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EXCLUSIVE: ‘Broken’ Clip Featuring Tim Roth

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Broken’ Clip Featuring Tim Roth

Broken was released July 19th, 2013.

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EXCLUSIVE: Tim Roth Tells All About Returning for ‘Lie to Me’ 2.11 ‘Wish You Were Here’

Acclaimed Fox series Lie to Me returns to finish off its second season starting June 7th with the all-new Episode 2.11: Wish You Were Here. It will be followed by eight more episodes before returning in the fall for season three. Season Two continues with new lies and life-changing situations for The Lightman Group as they encounter new cases, including a woman with multiple-personality disorder (Erika Christensen, (Swimfan) whose lies as one personality may be true for another personality. Additionally, Lightman (Tim Roth) will work to solve a homicide while held at gunpoint during a hostage situation. He will also struggle with his rival, who stirs up trouble and creates tension among Lightman's employees. These cases require the team to look further and search deeper, not only to determine who is lying but why. In their personal lives, (Kelli Williams) explores the possibilities of life as a single woman, while Lightman tries to come to terms with his own mysterious past.

More and more great actors, such as yourself, continue to migrate from film to television. In your opinion, why do you think this is happening? Do you all know something we don't about the evolution of media, and where entertainment is headed?

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