Skip to comments."The Passion of the Christ" actor James Caviezel hurt near Leavenworth
Posted on 07/17/2009 10:21:53 AM PDT by Rinnwald
LEAVENWORTH The Washington State Patrol says actor James Caviezel suffered minor injuries when a man hurled a bicycle into the path of his motorcycle about 14 miles southeast of Leavenworth.
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I thought maybe Mel Gibson was driving.
What would Jesus ride?
Actors who played Jesus have the same problem as those that played Superman.
That role, plus his fairly outspoken pro-life stance, has surely cost him work in Hollywood. So much for the standard retort of "Hollywood only cares about money, not politics". This guy was in one of the highest grossing movies of all time, but is apparently persona non grata in Hollywood power circles.
He was good in the Dumas classic “The Count of Monte Cristo” too.
Liberalism is a disease of the mind...or at least a psychological way of clinging onto the pettiness that was high school.
Caviezel is talented and extremely handsome.
Wish he would get more roles but Hollywood is clubby and mean.
His filmography since “Passion of the Christ.” I guess “Stroke of Genius” doesn’t really count, since it’s the same year of release. He was really good in that, and I loved in him “Count of Monte Cristo.”
William Tell: The Legend (details only on IMDbPro)
Only in New York (2009) (in production) .... Derrick
“The Prisoner” (2009) TV series .... Number Six (unknown episodes, 2009)
Long Weekend (2008) .... Peter
... aka Nature’s Grave (USA: video title)
The Stoning of Soraya M. (2008) .... Freidoune
Outlander (2008) .... Kainan
Deja Vu (2006) (as Jim Caviezel) .... Carroll Oerstadt
... aka Deja Vu (Philippines: English title)
Unknown (2006) (as Jim Caviezel) .... Jean Jacket
Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius (2004) (as Jim Caviezel) .... Bobby Jones
The Count of Monte Cristo is excellent - rent it!
That’s an interesting list. With the exception of the Denzel Washington flick, “Deja Vu” (and Caviezel only had a very small, supporting roll), I don’t think there’s a single project their with a budget over $20M, maybe even $10M. That’s reflective of the fact that Caviezel isn’t getting the parts that his pre-”Passion” career would merit, IMHO.
Caviezel’s reward in Heaven, for his role in passion, will far exceed anything that hollywood can offer.
He was also incredible in the best movie of the 1990’s, “The Thin Red Line”.
I don’t see many movies, so I didn’t know whether any of these parts was significant.
In before the “murdercycle” “donorcycle” morons.
You should check out “Deja Vu”. Terrific.
Well, His disciples preferred a Honda since “they were all in one accord”.
I believe I also read that he refuses to do nude or overtly sexual scenes because he feels it's disrespectful to his wife.
That’s great, but too bad it won’t pay the rent while he’s still alive.
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