Martin Scorsese Denied Jeff Bridges the Role of Judas

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Published on October 10, 2017

When James asks Jeff Bridges about any roles he wishes he could have played in his career, Jeff recalls writing to Martin Scorsese about the role of Judas in “The Last Temptation of Christ” — a role he didn’t get, and David Boreanaz tells James about his first run-in with Scorsese long ago.

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9 comments

  • Ichal48 8 months ago

    First?

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  • Andre Duarte 8 months ago

    Portugal

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  • Penn Cale 8 months ago

    “…or ‘El Duderino’ if you are not into the whole brevity thing…”

    -that man right there…

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  • Kung-Fu Kenny Family 8 months ago

    *Matthew McConaughey* n *Jeff bridges* are my fav actors.

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  • Райан Гудман 8 months ago

    Greetings from Russia. Jeff Bridges handsome, lebovsky. I have movie reviews and tops that you are interested in but it is recommended to look for those who know Russian well

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  • craft and cook 8 months ago

    My angel! I love him😍

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  • Max Levin 8 months ago

    Jeff Bridges is the Greatest Of All Time

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  • TheeBambam 8 months ago

    The dude, ah such an amazing movie, i miss that long hair skater hippie era.

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  • NDBit 8 months ago

    I did not think I would ever get a David Boreanaz-Martin Scorsese story. Thank you, James

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