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Second Trailer for Pelham 123

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New trailer for Taking of the Pelham 123 is here. It show more detail as in to Mr. Blue's character...

 

I wonder whose playing Lt. Patrone in this movie?!?!

 

 

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Nice trailer, I saw this one on a MySpace ad a few days ago.

I love the role Denzel Washington plays in the movie, can't wait to see it.

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Here the cast info for the upcoming film according to wikpedia.

 

 

Starring Cast

 

Denzel Washington portrays Zachary "Z" Garber, the New York City subway dispatcher who is negotiating with the hijackers and is also the Transit Authority lieutenant. The role had been portrayed by Walter Matthau in the 1974 film and Edward James Olmos in the 1998 television movie. In the 1974 and 1998 editions, Garber was a NYC Transit Police Officer. The Dispatcher in the 1974 film was "Caz Dolowicz" played by Tom Pedi.

 

John Travolta portrays Bernard Ryder (a.k.a. "Mr. Blue"), the leader of the hijackers and a former mercenary. The role was originally portrayed by Robert Shaw in the oringal 1974 film. Tony Scott courted Travolta heavily for the actor's first action role in years.

 

James Gandolfini portrays the mayor of New York City, who is under heavy pressure to address the hostage crisis.[5] The character was originally portrayed by Lee Wallace in the 1974 film.

 

Ramon Rodriguez portrays an assistant to Garber who is also an MTA train dispatcher.

 

Victor Gojcaj portrays Bashkim (a.k.a. "Mr. Grey"), the most aggresive of the hijackers. The character, originally named "Joe Welcome", was portrayed by Hector Elizondo in the 1974 film.

 

Luis Guzmán portrays Ramos (a.k.a. "Mr. Green"), one of the hijackers. The role, originally named "Harold Longman", had been portrayed by Martin Balsam in the 1974 film

 

Co-stars

 

 

Jason Butler Harner

Gbenga Akinnagbe[

John Turturro

Michael Rispoli

 

Hope this helps.:tup:

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Love the trailer. It's a bit better than the first. Nevertheless, it still makes me want to see this.

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Nice trailer, that (6) train interior looks more of a R160 though, anyways this looks exciting!

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Nice trailer, damn, I'm not old enough!

 

Yes you are, as long as you have a parent or guardian with you. It's only rated R...

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what i do is buy a ticket for a different movie and sneak into the (R) rated movie

 

In most cinemas, you really pay for admission, not really the actual seating. You could watch several films, but if someone catches you, it's not going to be cool.

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Have you ever seen the 1974 version? I just want to make sure.

 

No. And what I was referring to as the first was the first trailer. Not any of the movies that came before this one.

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The trailer looks great! At the moment I think it's better than the old version 100%. It's actually taken in New York City and it's a bit more humorous.

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what i do is buy a ticket for a different movie and sneak into the (R) rated movie

 

Done that so many time, usually there is no movie attendant standing in front of the entrance to the movie checking your ID.

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Seems over-dramatized, especially with the NYPD car crash.

 

 

That's what makes it an interesting movie. Obviously you're not going to watch a movie where there's a train crash and then an (MTA) worker brings the cash to them and that's it...there has to be some sort of good action in between.

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I'm still on the fence as to whether or not I'm gonna see it.

 

Seems over-dramatized, especially with the NYPD car crash.

 

The book was better. I own a copy; it's hard to find.

 

Hollywood action. They tend to dramatise everything.

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this movie looks like crap, why is the flipping police car dark blue? is it traffic enforcement? I hate when the remake classics and turn it into crap. sorry guys....

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