Taylor Kitsch in John Carter and Airport Incident Not in Manila as Confirmed by Indonesian Government

John Carter : Transplanted to Mars, a Civil War vet discovers a lush planet inhabited by 12-foot tall barbarians. Finding himself a prisoner of these creatures, he escapes, only to encounter a princess who is in desperate need of a savior. Taylor Kitsch plays a civil war veteran who gets transported to the planet Mars and meets a beautiful, strong-willed princess so that he can help her fight a civil war of her own.
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John Carter

“When I first read the script, I was drawn to the character-driven story and the fact that it will benefit from being a big studio movie,” he says. “It gave the filmmakers a chance to make the film in an amazing way. You get to know John Carter’s background with his family, the Civil War and everything. It’s heavy to play but it gives me such a base to draw from through the whole movie. For example, in one scene, you’ll see Carter playing with his rings and you’ll know what that truly means to him. It’s great as an actor because it’s something to really dive into. “The grandeur, and what Stanton’s done, and how it works and how it’s all intertwined is quite epic and I felt that as an actor,” he continues. “My character is definitely on an epic adventure. We go from the 1800s on the streets of New York to the Arizona Territory in the West to the plains of Mars—all in one movie. As an actor I experienced my character John Carter in many different settings that had specific emotions and needs that I had to evoke.” Opening in the US and across the Philippines on March 9, 2012, “John Carter” is distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International through Columbia Pictures. Watch th 10-minute clip here: Taylor Kitsch’s airport bribe happened in Indonesia and not in the Philippines as previously suggested, an Indonsian official confirmed. According to Indonesian Deputy Minister for Justice and Human Rights Denny Indrayana, they have identified the customs officer who allegedly asked the actor for an iPhone as bribe and will be interrogated. “He will be sanctioned if he is found guilty of asking for a bribe,” Indrayana said. The story of the alleged bribe emerged when “Late Show” host David Letterman asked “John Carter” star about his recent shoot for the Oliver Stone film “Savages.” Letterman mentioned the Philippines when he asked about the shoot but Kitsch failed to correct him. The Malacanang has earlier demanded for an apology from the Hollywood actor and asked him to correct his erroneous statement which “demeaned” the Philippines.
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