, , , , ́ , The Black Lips, Florence and the Machine The Red Hot Chili Peppers. (From Marvel Entertainment)The new Guardians of the Galaxy trailer dropped Monday morning, and since it hit the web, we've had plenty of time to dissect the new clip, and analyze its significance.His career gained momentum in 1995 with his breakout performance in The Usual Suspects, where he played the mumbling, wisecracking Fred Fenster.
The first trailer was a pretty straight-forward introduction to the characters — a smart move since these are Marvel's strangest characters being brought to screen yet.This trailer includes a quick intro to the core five Guardians, but also introduces several other characters, and sends some...First up was The Way of the Gun (2000), a crime yarn that reunited him with The Usual Suspects screenwriter Christopher Mc Quarrie, making his directorial debut.A few months later, he stood out among a first-rate ensemble cast in Steven Soderbergh's Traffic, a complex dissection of the North American drug wars.He has also portrayed the Collector in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Del Toro was born on February 19, 1967, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, to Gustavo Adolfo Del Toro Bermúdez and Fausta Genoveva Sánchez Rivera, who were both lawyers.
Thompson's famous book, he gained more than 40 lbs. The surrealistic film, directed by Terry Gilliam, has earned a cult following over the years.
Returning from a two-year hiatus after Fear and Loathing, del Toro gained a mainstream audience in 2000 with a string of performances in four high-profile films.
He won an Academy Award, BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, and Screen Actors Guild Award for his portrayal of Javier Rodríguez in the film Traffic (2000).
Del Toro's performance as troubled ex-con turned religious fanatic, Jack Jordan, in Alejandro González Iñárritu's 21 Grams (2003) earned him a second Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor, as well as a second Screen Actors Guild Awards nomination and a BAFTA Awards nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role.
Work in films followed, beginning with his debut in Big Top Pee-wee (1988) and as Dario in the James Bond movie Licence to Kill (1989), in which the 21-year-old del Toro held the distinction of being the youngest actor ever to play a Bond henchman.