Richard Gere says he's been dropped from big Hollywood movies because China doesn't like him
Richard Gere has argued his vocal stance on Tibet has cost him Hollywood blockbuster roles because the academy is fearful of alienating its burgeoning Chinese audience. The actor starred in a number of massively successful Hollywood hits in the 1980s ...
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'Norman' review: Richard Gere persuasive as a desperate New York 'consultant'
He looks like a man to be trusted with your money; in his camel hair overcoat and stylish scarf, Gere's character is borderline smooth, though Norman's financial straits tend to bring out an insistent, nudgy quality in every new social interaction, in ...
Richard Gere on why he chooses indie films over Hollywood blockbusters
Richard Gere once enjoyed the life of a studio A-lister with classic films, like “American Gigolo” and “Pretty Woman,” but he's now insisting that his political activism has led to a new life as an actor tackling indie cinema — and he's perfectly ...
Richard Gere's views affected career
The 67-year-old actor broke from his script when presenting at the 1993 Academy Awards in order to protest China's occupation of the Far Eastern region and slammed its "horrendous, horrendous human rights situation" and later called for a boycott of ...