Susan Sarandon knew that early on Brad Pitt one could be seen when they costarrt together in 1991 Thelma & Louise.
Pitt, 57, played J.D. in the legendary film, a drifter who gets tangled up in you Geena Davis’Thelma as she and her best friend Louise (Sarandon) are on the run from the police after Louise shot and killed a man.
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“I think it’s great – I knew that when I saw the film, at least when we worked together in the convertible. Although I didn’t have the intimacy that Geena had, ”said Sarandon, 74, exclusively Us weekly and at the same time raise awareness of a PPE from Power to the Patients. “It was clear that he was fun, relaxed and inventive. But when I saw the film there was so much more that it brought to the film with this character who was really off-script. So I looked and thought this guy’s a character actor. He deals. When you look this good, there really isn’t much you need to do. … He really played a character. He didn’t try to get along with his good looks. “
The Oscar winner paid the same compliment Johnny Deppwho has played a variety of eccentric characters like the title role in Edward with the scissor hands to Jack Sparrow im Pirates of the Caribbean Franchise to Willy Wonka in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
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“Johnny Depp went deep into the characters, I think, maybe too deep,” Sarandon said Us, laugh. “He’s someone who could only have got along with looks. And I really admire people who do [don’t]because as a character actor you’re going to work a lot longer and have more interesting work than just being the handsome guy, you know? So he did an amazing job [job]. He was very brave with his decisions and played with likeable characters. And I think he’s great. I really love him. “
Of course it is Feud: Bette and Joan The actress’s own work speaks for itself. However, she announced that there were some parts she hasn’t landed over the years.
“There were roles that turned me down, that I would have liked to have done. But there may have been some that didn’t turn out as great as I imagined, ”she explained. “Sometimes the studios didn’t really figure it out. To like white palace, or Anywhere but here With Natalie Portman. they made Fight Club at the same time and they just let it go. Or the ones I did for the Duplass Brothers and which I really liked. I’ve had these disappointments where sometimes there is a coup in the studio and when the film is done it’s all new people. And they don’t care what the last regime had, or they put all their money on something else. And so they decide to just throw it away. “
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Fortunately, audiences now have more opportunities to see pretty much anything and everything.
“Now, of course, you could find everything. I think during the pandemic I had a lot of people seeing things that they had previously missed because they found them online. And I have a movie called. turned blackbirdthat everyone has seen on airplanes by now. It was never actually released in this country. It was published in other countries, but not really here, ”said Sarandon Us. “I think that’s more likely than that I turned down something that turned out to be amazing.”
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