“If there is no risk, then why bother?Fraser mentioned during an interview with Vanity Fair. “I want to learn from the people I’m working with at this point in my career. I’ve had so much variety, a lot of ups and downs, so what I’m interested in is the second half of my time doing this, is feeling like I’m contributing to the craft and learning from him. This is a great opportunity. I wanted to disappear into him. My hope was that I would become unrecognizable,” said the protagonist of The Whale.
This is a great opportunity. I wanted to disappear into it. My hope was that I would become unrecognizable
“This may be the first and last time I ever do this again, so I gave it my all,” related to playing a role as complex as Charlie. “And I did. That’s all I have,” Fraser said. For the project it will be “something you have not seen before”, and that the personification and costumes required many hours to start filming.
“This is certainly a far cry from anything I’ve ever doneFraser said. “I know it’s going to make a lasting impression,” added the actor.
This may be the first and last time I ever do this again so I gave it all I had
In The Whale, also starring Hong Chau and Samantha Morton, had its world premiere on September 4 at the Venice International Film Festival where Brendan Fraser received a six-minute standing ovation. The actor was shocked to the point of tears by the audience’s response to “La mostra”.