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Frank Grillo is very proud of his new movie "Copshop" and the performance he gave, but is not a fan of the film's finished theatrical cut and the critics who panned it. © TheWrap Copshop Gerard Butler Frank Grillo
Grillo said on his Instagram that the version of "Copshop" cut his performance that he says was more "three dimensional," "colorful" and "planned out," but that's not the performance audiences will end up watching. The drama opens in theaters today.
"Needless to say that's not what ended up in the film. As a result I'm getting a bit beat up by critics. That makes me f—ing mad. But there's not a thing i can do except smile and wave," Grillo wrote.
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Grillo stars in "Copshop" with Gerard Butler as directed by Joe Carnahan. The film tells the story of a con artist who hides out in a police station to evade an assassin, only for the assassin to show up at the precinct and get an unsuspecting rookie cop caught in the crosshairs.
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19. Everett K. Ross (Martin Freeman)
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18. The Warriors Three (Ray Stevenson, Tadanobu Asano, Josh Dallas)
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17. Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie)
Before he was Falcon and later the new Captain America, he was original Captain America's normal, boring friend.
15. Yelena (Florence Pugh)
Let's hope they have her forget her accent like Wanda did, because it does not work for her.
14. Maria Rambeau (Lashana Lynch)
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13. Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg)
This dopey and intractable government guy, and sidekick to Nick Fury, is kinda unique enough in tone in the MCU that I like him more now than I did then. But he's still Coulson.
12. Loki (Tom Hiddleston)
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11. Battlestar (Cle Bennett)
I had high hopes for Incel Captain America's best pal, but then he got fridged.
9. The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo)
Who knew that petulant teen Hulk in "Thor Ragnarok" would be easily the best version of the character?
8. Baron Zemo (Daniel Bruhl)
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"The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" was a pretty flat and lifeless affair overall -- except when Zemo showed up for a couple episodes. His time was far too short.
7. Katy (Awkwafina)
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6. Okoye (Danai Gurira)
Nobody really gets to be all that charming on "The Walking Dead," so it was delightful to see her show everybody that she's got movie star chops in "Black Panther."
5. Ned (Jacob Batalon)
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3. Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson)
She fully deserves to be Queen of the Asgardians.
2. Luis (Michael Pena)
Could anybody else be as good as Pena is in this role? I'm not convinced.
1. War Machine (Don Cheadle)
It's Don Cheadle.
The film actually has a largely positive 81% score on Rotten Tomatoes and a more modest 59 from Metacritic. But while Grillo was unhappy with the reviews, he praised Carnahan's directing and said that in a previous version of the film, he left his performance intact.
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"Unfortunately our cut was passed over for this cut. That's fine. It happens," Grillo said. "'Copshop' is a good movie and I'm very proud of what we did. But the day i take the brunt for someone else's bulls— will be the day I quit acting. I love what i do and put my soul into every role. So when i read critics go at me for a character that was castrated by someone other then my director I take great offense."
Grillo also signed off his note with a hashtag, "#youdontlikewhatIsaidf–off."
Grillo earlier in the week announced on Adam Corolla's podcast that he'd next be playing the inventor behind Lamborghini in a biopic, replacing Antonio Banderas in the role, and that he's in Rome now filming for the part.
See Frank Grillo's full comments via his Instagram below:
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