Iconic Character ‘Jesus’ From The Big Lebowski Returning With Spin-Off Movie

John Turturro, the actor who played the unforgettable bowling ball-licker Jesus Quintana in the Coen brothers’ masterpiece The Big Lebowski, has made a feature length spin-off film based on the same character.

The Jesus Rolls – in theatres next month – also stars Christopher Walken, Jon Hamm, Audrey Tautou, Bobby Cannavale, Pete Davidson and Susan Sarandon.

Because nobody fucks with the Jesus.

There are 6 comments

  1. I do realize you are referring to the character…….still…maybe messes with Jesus is better…

  2. Er…it’s his most famous quote though — and a work of art as a cinema dialogue rejoinder. How is it indecent? I could have quoted thusly: “You pull any of your crazy shit with us, you flash a piece out on the lanes, I’ll take it away from you, and stick it up your ass and pull the fucking trigger ’til it goes ‘click.'” … but I thought it too long.

  3. still not nice…but I guess you insist….no more Scout for me…(not that you care) but many businesses here will because I frequent them and give recommendations to many; based on my visit(s)…still shame on you! (you may be thinking you are about quoting a work of art – that said – you have no idea who I am (again not that you care)…so be it…

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