Gary Oldman Stars In ITV Football Commercial

Famous actor Gary Oldman stars in a new TV commercial to promote ITV’s football coverage for the upcoming season. The London born actor has starred in so many great movies including True Romance, The Dark Knight, JFK, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Sid & Nancy and other great films.

In the TV commercial, Oldman walks through different film sets at a film studio and then shows off his footballing skills.


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5 Responses to Gary Oldman Stars In ITV Football Commercial

  1. eplnfl says:

    He was the best actor in the Dark Knight!

  2. Magenta says:

    I just love it.

  3. DSOTB says:

    He was SO NOT the best actor in Dark Knight…did you have your eyes and ears stitched closed for every second that Heath Ledger was on screen. Muppet.

  4. Darika says:

    Thanks for the shout out mate. Have you seen the footage which didn’t make it?

  5. Simon Burke says:

    Very underwhelming ad with a bad cut where he does the juggling.
    I would love to see the old Sean Bean Sky premiership ad from the mid 90′s if anyone can dig that up – best footy talk up ad ever.

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