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  • Nute

    Gosling

    Imagine being this much of a contrarian

  • Apr 28
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    Emma Stone for example has box office hits and critical acclaimed movies like

    Crazy Stupid Love / La La Land (both with Gosling)
    Easy A
    Favourite
    Birdman
    The Help
    Zombie land
    Spider-Man

    Won鈥檛 even list Super Bad since she was barely in it

  • Apr 28
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    Mac Wit Da Cheese

    All great movies but besides Notebook many of those weren鈥檛 box office smashes that are cemented in pop culture. So is it just having many good roles that makes you an icon?

    How can u say drive is not cemented in pop culture. One of the most iconic movies and characters of the 2010s

  • suzuki

    How can u say drive is not cemented in pop culture. One of the most iconic movies and characters of the 2010s

    I鈥檓 fine giving him Drive

    I said many aren鈥檛 not all of them

  • Mac Wit Da Cheese

    All great movies but besides Notebook many of those weren鈥檛 box office smashes that are cemented in pop culture. So is it just having many good roles that makes you an icon?

    It鈥檚 having the skill of a great actor and a uniquely entertaining personality. It鈥檚 rewriting rules and becoming instantly recognizable, a level above famous

  • Mac Wit Da Cheese

    Emma Stone for example has box office hits and critical acclaimed movies like

    Crazy Stupid Love / La La Land (both with Gosling)
    Easy A
    Favourite
    Birdman
    The Help
    Zombie land
    Spider-Man

    Won鈥檛 even list Super Bad since she was barely in it

    I would argue Anna Kendrick just off Pitch Perfect is more iconic than her

  • Came in here to see Jack Nicholson and seeing niggas talkin crazy on Gosling?

  • Apr 28
    2 replies

    obviously none of these people are on the level of jack nicholson, one of the most iconic and famous actors of all time, maybe THE MOST ICONIC

    but in 20-30 years time gosling, stone, hardy will be viewed as film icons no doubt in my mind

  • Apr 28
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    fear of ghosts

    Gosling is the only icon here
    Amy Adams? Nigga please

    Tom Hardy not up there with Gosling for you? His 2010s run was fire imo

  • suzuki

    obviously none of these people are on the level of jack nicholson, one of the most iconic and famous actors of all time, maybe THE MOST ICONIC

    but in 20-30 years time gosling, stone, hardy will be viewed as film icons no doubt in my mind

    Hardy already proved himself imo tbh.

  • Apr 28
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    SegaDreamFlash

    Tom Hardy not up there with Gosling for you? His 2010s run was fire imo

    Iconic for uk culture, not Hollywood
    He鈥檚 close with venom tho

  • suzuki

    obviously none of these people are on the level of jack nicholson, one of the most iconic and famous actors of all time, maybe THE MOST ICONIC

    but in 20-30 years time gosling, stone, hardy will be viewed as film icons no doubt in my mind

    Again, already said gosling
    Stone is one role away from being an icon tbh

  • Apr 28
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    fear of ghosts

    Iconic for uk culture, not Hollywood
    He鈥檚 close with venom tho

    Him and Gosling were both iconic imo for leading sequels to iconic 80s movies years later and nobody was really mad like that lol like these niggas had to follow behind Mel Gibson and Harrison Ford

  • Apr 28
    2 replies
    SegaDreamFlash

    Him and Gosling were both iconic imo for leading sequels to iconic 80s movies years later and nobody was really mad like that lol like these niggas had to follow behind Mel Gibson and Harrison Ford

    Mad Max is iconic for Mel. Tom didn鈥檛 make it his in the same way he did with Bane or Brock

  • fear of ghosts

    Mad Max is iconic for Mel. Tom didn鈥檛 make it his in the same way he did with Bane or Brock

    Really? Damn. I respect it. I found his Max more barbaric somehow lol

  • Apr 28
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    fear of ghosts

    Mad Max is iconic for Mel. Tom didn鈥檛 make it his in the same way he did with Bane or Brock

    would you say that Fury Road was more of an "icon-booster" (for lack of a better term) for Charlize Theron then it was for Hardy? (idk if i would put Charlize herself in that category personally but for this role specifically)

  • Apr 28
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    fear of ghosts

    His last three movies were the departed, the bucket list, and he鈥檚 just not that into you. Departed he was doing 鈥渞eal鈥 acting

    fair enough. I dont know if I ever even saw bucket list, but it was a pretty big hit and personally I dont discount comedies as real acting roles. many people say its harder to be a comedic actor than a dramatic actor.

    fun fact just because I looked it up: his final film was actually How Do You Know and the wild thing is this rom-com had a $120 million budget. that's insane. rom coms used to be so successful that they would pour money into them, the same kind of budget an action movie gets. that's a bygone era. (it was a huge flop btw)

  • Apr 28
    laudi

    A tribute to one of the last Hollywood icons

  • King of Marvin Gardens is one of his best films and v underrated

  • Undisputed goat. Flew over the cuckoos nest defo in my top 3 oat

  • G Roy

    would you say that Fury Road was more of an "icon-booster" (for lack of a better term) for Charlize Theron then it was for Hardy? (idk if i would put Charlize herself in that category personally but for this role specifically)

    Exactly. Charlize got the glory from that movie.

  • Apr 28
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    G Roy

    would you say that Fury Road was more of an "icon-booster" (for lack of a better term) for Charlize Theron then it was for Hardy? (idk if i would put Charlize herself in that category personally but for this role specifically)

    I feel like folks went to see that movie for Tom moreso than her but I dig it

  • SegaDreamFlash

    I feel like folks went to see that movie for Tom moreso than her but I dig it

    They went cause it was Mad Max

  • Prez

    fair enough. I dont know if I ever even saw bucket list, but it was a pretty big hit and personally I dont discount comedies as real acting roles. many people say its harder to be a comedic actor than a dramatic actor.

    fun fact just because I looked it up: his final film was actually How Do You Know and the wild thing is this rom-com had a $120 million budget. that's insane. rom coms used to be so successful that they would pour money into them, the same kind of budget an action movie gets. that's a bygone era. (it was a huge flop btw)

    A movie about Valentine鈥檚 Day had a $50 million budget

  • Apr 28
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    Im kinda sad at what I turned this thread into. My bad Jack u a legend