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Gerard Butler Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ

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Gerard Butler breaks down his most iconic characters, including his roles in '300,' 'How to Train Your Dragon,' 'The Phantom of the Opera,' 'Den of Thieves,' 'P.S. I Love You,' 'Law Abiding Citizen,' 'The Ugly Truth,' 'Olympus Has Fallen' and 'London Has Fallen.'

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He was right to push for the the role in 300. It made his career, he player the character perfect.

by Beerdy - Bruce Lee Central 1 year ago

Gerard Butler seems like he's always on the verge of burping.

by Caleb Murphy 9 months ago

is it just me or is Gerard Butler the best person to play: Drunk man at the bar telling a story

by RK4000 10 months ago

Should have called the video: “Fall in Love With Gerard Butler in 15 Minutes or Less”

by Sabrina Lee 8 months ago

Gerard speaks on all his roles with such fondness and pride, great to see an artist act that way with such joy.

by ToleGamesTv 1 year ago

300 is one of my alltime favourite movies. I mean sure, it's silly and not historical accurate or anything but soooo satisfying to watch.

by Cobalt 1 year ago

when you hear "this is Sparta" In his voice its just a pump of adrenaline that surges

by 风吼Yaffet 3 weeks ago

Just wanna see 300 again for that sequence. Can't imagine any one else playing Leonidas

by Emzee Mekuzee 5 months ago

Gerard is just such a likeable person. Couldn't help smiling throughout this whole video.

by Jon Tong 6 months ago

He made me fall in love with The Phantom of the Opera. His voice is so perfect to me in that role

by CP 3 months ago

Fun fact: Gerard Butler is actually Scottish

by Ben Kelly 11 months ago

I absolutely loved his Phantom of the Opera role 😲
The way he could sing so sweet and the next moment growl like a madman was so amazing

by Mi sha 9 months ago

He loves his job so much! I love how jovial he is

by Leah Marie 10 months ago

I'm glad he went with his guts, "THIS IS SPARTA!" is an iconic line for sure.

by Xeng Thao 1 year ago

Gerard Butler is a really good story teller. This was fun to watch.

by Zaid Mohammed 3 months ago

I feel that he truly said "THIS IS SPARTA" only once ever and that's in the movie... everywhere else either he laughs it off or holds that required rage back

by SHUBHANKAR RAI 9 months ago

They should have cast him in Les Mis instead of Russell Crowe.

by dash4800 9 months ago

I still can't believe that the person who sang 'Music of the Night' so softly, is the same person who shouted 'This is Sparta!'

by Hakai 7 months ago

I loved his voice in Phantom of the Opera. I think a lot of people objected because they were so use to Michael Crawford's rendition, but I'd never seen the performance before the film, so I feel like I was coming in with unbiased eyes. He brought a very masculine feel to it. Can't really get on board with those who complain it doesn't fit with the novel because the musical doesn't fit with it at all either. It's ALW's vision, and he stated in an interview that he had always envisioned a more rock and roll sort of gruff vocal for that part.

by Sandy Prater 4 months ago

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