Jesse Plemons reveals Benedict Cumberbatch’s way of acting on set dog power Almost crossed a line, “peeing” him with a special moment.
“Once he got under my skin,” Plemons told Diversity, “He was like, ‘Hey, big boy.’ It wasn’t ‘fat.’ I feel like some people in life have been like ‘Hey, big boy,’ and I was like, ‘Goddamn it. What the fuck.'”
Based on the novel of the same name by Thomas Savage, award-winning director Jane Campion’s latest film is set on a Montana cattle ranch in the ’20s where a widow (Kirsten Dunst) and her son (Cody Smit-McPhee) live. With her new husband, George (Plemons). However, things are complicated by the antagonistic presence of George’s brother Phil (Cumberbatch).
However, there is no hard feeling among the actors. Later that same day, Cumberbatch apologized after Plemons told him the “offended me” remark.
“He was like, ‘I’m so sorry,'” Plemons said, imitating Cumberbatch’s English accent, laughing. “I was like, ‘No, don’t worry. It was great.'”
The film recently won Best Motion Picture – Drama at this year’s Golden Globes, while Campion won Best Director and Smit-McPhee won Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture. with steven spielberg story of the west, the film picked up the most gongs at the awards ceremony, suggesting that it is likely to be one of the frontrunners for the Oscars later this year.
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