HomeTVAll My ChildrenGeneral Hospital’s Ingo Rademacher Suits up For Alex Cross Premiere (PHOTOS) Daytime Confidential October 22, 2012 All My Children, Comings & Goings, Movies, TV 7 Comments General Hospital star Ingo Rademacher was all smiles at the premiere of Alex Cross on October 16. Tyler Perry (pictured above) portrays the self-titled character in the film, based on James Patterson's popular literary hero. Rademacher plays Officer Sacks in the flick. Matthew Fox, Tyler Perry and Edward Burns 7 Responses Restless Vixen October 22, 2012 Now why didn’t Tyler Perry look like that in the movie? I don’t know why his Alex Cross had that kucka-bud hair (wig). The Alex Cross in the books is supposed to be smooth. But then this movie had very little to do with the books I screamed “Jax” when I saw Ingo on screen. I had no idea he was going to be in this film Log in to Reply thecourt99 October 22, 2012 I think they should have stuck with Idris Elba as Cross, and they should have TRIED a little harder to be like the book. Outside of the names (and some of them were off)…this movie had little resemblance to the book at all. Log in to Reply BornSoapStar October 22, 2012 Congrats to Ingo Rademacher for scoring a role in the movie. He’s incredibly sexy and GH wasted him for years. Then again GH wouldn’t know talent if it bit them in the ass. Log in to Reply Divatude58 October 22, 2012 SO can somene tell me if Tyler Perry’s workouts paid off. Call me Shallow but I want to know what his crime fighting body looks like. Log in to Reply alstonboy4315 October 22, 2012 I can’t stand Jasper Jax, but I must admit that Ingo is looking mighty tasty!! :love: Log in to Reply Divatude58 October 22, 2012 And why is KeKe Palmer’s hari gold…I don’t like that…*shaking head* Log in to Reply Restless Vixen October 23, 2012 @ thecourt99: I hear that! Idris would have been PERFECT for Alex Cross! The movie was so vaguely like the books it should have said “We only took a couple of things from the books by James Patterson” in the credits. The dates, the location, the characters, etc were so off. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.