I had never seen James Bond before filming in Casino Royale! »
May 26, 2022 at 6:11 p.m
It’s not far from Tom Cruise’s score last week on the applause counter. Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen wowed the crowd with a generous masterclass as part of the 75th Cannes Film Festival. His passion for cycling and ten years of dancing inspired him to play the final scene. Drunk (2020), by beloved director Thomas Vinterberg, according to his references and career choices. So, we learned that he practiced gymnastics in his childhood, which gave him a strong advantage to perform his scenes today.
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He became a filmmaker watching Bruce Lee, Buster Keaton and Charles Bronson
He became a cinephile watching movies with Bruce Lee, Buster Keaton, Charles Bronson. And that he had never seen James Bond or Star Wars before filming Casino Royale (2006), by Martin Campbell, and Rogue One (2016), by Gareth Edwards. “I swear it’s true,” he said. I have since fixed it. On such a blockbuster set, I realized that we have less response to the green screen than before, techniques are applied to build amazing sets. »
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He knows his luck. “90% of actors don’t work, so I’m not complaining,” he continued. So going to Cannes is a great privilege. I remember my first time with Nicolas Winding Ref in 1997. I still don’t know why, we only brought winter clothes in our luggage! We distributed our feature film Pusher (1996) on DVD… because we didn’t have the means to do it otherwise. We knew inside that we would come back with revenge. »