Gary Oldman On 'The Dark Knight Rises' And How He Feels About Steve Buscemi Impersonating Him

Maybe it's because he's played so many villains that the prospect of sitting down with Gary Oldman to discuss his new film, 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy,' is more than a little intimidating. In person, Oldman is surprisingly soft-spoken, and couldn't be more polite or humble. (Did he really just ask me, "Do you like the series?" in reference to Christopher Nolan's Batman films? Inconceivable!) While he did discuss the challenge of stepping into Alec Guinness's shoes with 'Tinker,' (look for the interview later this week), he also talked somewhat wistfully about ending his run as Gotham Police Commissioner Jim Gordon in 'The Dark Knight Rises.' That and a certain SNL skit.

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alycakes3212d ago

I really like him and I will miss him as this character but I love just about anything he does and I know I will see him in something else really soon. I plan on seeing Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy for looks like a good spy thriller drama and that type of movie never gets old to me.

andron3212d ago

Gary Oldman is a great and under-appreciated actor. He haven't had that many leading roles, but he always brings something different to all his roles no matter how big. He was perfect as Gordon...

StarWarsFan3212d ago

I think Steve Buscemi rocked it in a mustache on SNL.