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You have to be able to shock—well, not shock, but I have no idea. This is the real reason I wear 'em I just like the design and the pattern. The dynamic with Sam Mendes and Kate was like doing a stage play—we rehearsed and did take after take and just ground each other down emotionally.
And then going to work with Russell Crowe and Ridley Scott They had a shorthand together.
It's about cleanliness and protecting the home nest.
That's why you see rodents running around and picking things up and constantly organizing. We all have that in our brain early in life, but some people get locked in, like a stuck gearshift. They can't stop themselves from, say, stepping on everything they see that has a floral pattern. They honestly feel like they will die or something horrifically wrong will happen unless they go through this process. —but I remember when I was little, I would step on cracks.…
Leonardo Di Caprio has somehow persuaded the hotel to close it off for the two of us, simply so we will be audible and uninterrupted.
with its black helicopter full of intrigue, violence, and betrayal, which opened in October, and Sam Mendes's adaptation of the classic Richard Yates novel _Revolutionary Road, _which opens next month.
But for the most part it's just the two of us, occasionally peering around the room, startled by the silence and the sheer ghostliness of hundreds of impeccable table settings on scores of perfect white tablecloths, each unattended.
And every time you have a conversation with him, you know you're in the best possible hands. This is what I know the most You have to take full responsibility for your character and for yourself on-screen. You and Russell Crowe, directed by Ridley Scott On paper, that should be an Oscar machine.That's just something that comes with age and experience. The '50s was America's prepubescence, in the sense that we were just developing our moral high ground.After all, we were barely 20, 21 years old in **How did you channel the 1950s I mean, the politeness and the measured speech and the, um, not feeling alive Obviously, neither of us is an expert on that, because we didn't live through that time. People were getting white picket fences and trying to find an iconic American image.I have seen Brian Atene on You Tube refer to himself as "a young Alec Guinness." Have you seen that Brian Atene clip It was the taped audition that he did for Stanley Kubrick, and he begins "I like to think of myself as a young Alec Guinness.… Stanley Kubrick, one of the greatest directors in the world, though not quite as good as Michael Curtiz, the director of It felt like no time had passed in the way that we're so comfortable with each other personally and professionally.We've been friends for such a long time, and we knew what boundaries we have with each other professionally, and we knew that we could get great stuff out of each other. But was this different It was, in that we were a part of every nuance of this movie. It was a much more hands-on approach, and we were both more responsible for our characters and the tone of the film.