archangel007 wrote: ↑Sun Apr 25, 2021 7:10 am
Thank u very much!
Here it is!
Daniel: Congratulations on the tied palm of gold , mrs. Craig. [He looks at the camera] Swallow your tears, Aronofsky, you know you missed it.
Rachel: Thank you, sir. silver lion tied Craig.
D: Thank you, thank you. Coffee?
A: Yes, thank you.
[Rachel sips coffee]
R: So, dear, tell me what it was like to work on the most chaotic set in history?
[Daniel chuckles and looks at the horizon]
D: It was… chaotic. I even think I still didn’t apologize for spending six months out when I promised it would be six weeks…
A: Don't worry, I had friends in London to provide me with comfort in a terrible time like this. I wonder about you… AND VANESSA REDGRAVE.
D: Ah, Vanessa was an incredible companion on the journey. It was a little strange when the insurance company demanded that she spend a good part of the recordings in an aquarium to avoid risks, but we were able to communicate very well. At the end of filming, she was even calling me son, but I think it was Rian who told her to do it. And your friends in London, how was that? Tell me more.
A: That's right, I love this type of footage where the cast is confined and spends a lot of time together. In the end we became like a family, right? Nicole [Kidman] and Keira [Knightley] were amazing companions, both on and off the screen. Olivia [Colman] and Emma [Stone], without jealousy please, we make a British Big Little Lies all together and solve this.
D: Okay, without a doubt I would watch something like that. In fact, it makes me realize that Kisses is the second film in a row in which you make, say, the “third part” in a very particular female trio, but at the same time the two characters could not be more distant. How did you go about creating that distinction?
A: I don't know if I see the two characters so far apart. Sarah and Mrs Darrow are ambitious women, with an enviable determination and who find themselves in the need to fight against another woman to obtain the love and attention of a common woman they love obsessively. For me alone, it would be very difficult to create this distinction, but Jane Campion is an incredible director, and little by little working with her and my stage companions we found the right tone of madness and cynicism that the character asked for. Now you have created an enviable distinction for your characters in Odysseia. What was it like playing brothers so equal and ambiguously so different?
D: Doing something like the two characters from Odysseia has been a dream of mine since I started my career as an actor, and luckily I was fortunate enough to find an ideal partner for that, which is Rian Johnson.
[Rachel asks Daniel to pass the jam, and he complies.]
D:On the set of Knives Out we were already talking about the possibility of repeating our partnership, and he told me about this idea for a sequel to the franchise that would take place in space ... the case is that, at that moment, the studio did not know yet that film would be one of the biggest hits of the season, so we prefer to adapt the idea to something completely new. And so Castor and Damian were born! These are two characters that I keep with great affection, not least because they challenged me in a way that I had never faced before in my career. I believe that the script, written by such a diverse and talented trio, has helped a lot. But changing the subject, a little bird told me that you are among the favorites in the next awards season. How will the campaign for the second Oscar be? I can take care of things around here.
A: Well, it starts here and now ... [She looks at the camera and says:] GAY RIGHTS!
[Daniel looks at the camera, The Office style.]
A: I have dedicated myself a lot to campaigns in the past, this one I want to take it easy and always have time to enjoy the little one. And you don't make a fool of yourself who will be campaigning too and I think it comes very strong ...
D: You are very kind. I have very strong and wonderful competitors ... if the academy remembers me, it will be to crown a wonderful job that my colleagues and I have done over such a long time. I just hope we can go to the red carpets together! I can't wait to see Mads [Mikkelsen] again, he is the moment.
R: And Lady Gaga? Did you have any contact behind the scenes of the film, or are the awards going to be that first moment? Tell me that we are going to sit at the same table as her ...
D: Look, as far as I know Miss. Germanotta is in Italy filming something ... I imagine she can take a few days to participate in the red carpets, but I don't know if she will want to sit with us. Apparently, she's a little upset because we didn't invite her to do the No Time To Die theme. Anyway, maybe I can say goodbye ...
R: Oh! I was simply delighted with the Odysseia soundtrack, with every new song I got goosebumps. And I think the ending with Replay is a master touch!
D: It really was a wonderful job by Rian and the music team. I am very proud of them. Now, the question that does not want to remain silent: what about Madonna? A kiss for Madonna. Can we see her at the awards?
A: Madonna is also busy producing her cinematographic autobiography, but she will certainly be present at the awards. She was very dedicated to making this film a reality and I believe she will not miss the chance to shine on the red carpets with the rest of our team of wonderful women.
D: Well, I can't wait to sing Die Another Day together on some red carpet!
D: Did you hear that?
R [In a lazy voice]: Yes, but you are going to look. Six months away , dear.