Gary Oldman recites the eloquent R. Kelly on Kimmel
We've already seen Gary Oldman interpret a Jersey Shore episode recap, and when the charming actor visited Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday night to promote The Dark Knight Rises, he did one better by reading a passage from R. Kelly's new and ridiculously titled memoir, Soulacoaster. Are there many things better than hearing a beloved English thespian perform a conversation between R. Kelly and Tupac, reciting gems like, "We'll just let it do what it do" and "You feel me?"
As for any new details on a certain Bat-flick preparing to destroy the box office on July 20, Oldman shared a few details on the secrecy surrounding any Christopher Nolan production, and Oldman's "white hot panic" when the actor almost lost his Rises script.
Look out for our Dark Knight Rises review, soon to come!
|Oldman reads from Soulacoaster|
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