Hollywood actor Willem Dafoe known for his jobs in movies like At Eternity’s Gate, The Florida Project, Platoon and most prominent as the Green Goblin from 2002’s Spider-Man, was seen in Fort Kochi this week in Kerala. On a private visit to Kerala, the 64-year-old was seen enjoying the bylanes of the port city when passers-by identified him and started clicking and sharing photos with the star who has worked with movie producers like Lars von Trier, and Wes Anderson.
The 64-year-old is in the midst of a get-away in India for as far back as about two weeks with spouse and Italian director Giada Colagrande. Apparently, Willem likewise visited Mararikulam and Alappuzha during his stay in Kerala. The actor had effectively secured Jaipur and Delhi before in the outing.
willem dafoe in fort kochi. pic.twitter.com/nOwO616y7f
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Willem has won accolades in his four-decade-long vocation with roles like Antichrist, The Florida Project, Platoon and many more. He was recently nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor for playing Vincent van Gogh in a year ago’s At Eternity’s Gate.
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a man of gustatory piety, many folks recognised him, says malayalis "always have a smile on their face" pic.twitter.com/G2uSC0IINI
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Dafoe has additionally played Jesus in Martin Scorsese’s The Last Temptation of Christ (1988). It may be reviewed that the arranging of a play in Malayalam that depended on the book, ChristuvinteAaraam Thirumurivu(The Sixth Sacred Wound of Christ), was prohibited by the Government of Kerala in 1988.
Composed by write-director P.M. Antony, the play was organized in a couple of spots before the Church questioned the play and it was prohibited.