The infuriating thing about Martin is that he will get his sides, like he’ll get his script, and he’ll say ‘right, go over it with me’, and he’ll read it once, he’ll read it twice, and then he’ll say ‘test me’, and he’ll know his lines verbatim. It’s so infuriating because it takes me quite a while to learn lines, but he just knows them straight away.❞
Despite what anyone says about the X-Men movies, Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart are the wisest casting choices I’ve seen in film. Two grand Shakespearean actors on opposing sides of the chessboard with charisma that could shatter mountains.
Misha:You know, I actually haven't seen my kids in weeks, so that was another really depressing question.
Misha:I've actually been filming videos and sending them to the kids...
Misha:*pulls phone out of his pocket*
Misha:So if you guys wouldn't mind being quiet for a moment, and then being really loud.
Misha:*starts recording the video* Hey guys! I hope you're being good and following the most important rule..... No having fun. I miss you guys, and I'm actually with some people that want to say hi...
Misha:*turns phone so that it's recording the audience*
Crowd:*everyone simultaneously says hello*
Misha:*turns phone back towards him* These are the people that I work with. And yea, I just wanted to say I love you and I miss you and I'll be home soon. *finishes recording*
Misha:Sorry about that. I just had to make sure they were following the "No having fun rule." It's funny, because when I call home and talk to West, I'll be like "What did you do today?" And he'll be like... *whispers* "I went to the park." And I'll be like *acts angry* "You did what?!" And he'll go *whispers* "...Went to the park." And I'll be like, *acting angry again* "And what did you do at the park?" And he'll go *whispers* ".........I had fun."