Sir Anthony Hopkins did not see the benefit of giving. Thor movies are everything.
The 85-year-old Oscar-winning veteran has talked about appearing as Odin, King of Asgard. Thor After spending most of his time shooting in front of a green screen for CGI purposes, he described the franchise as “frivolous acting”.
Hopkins starring in the movie Thor (released in 2011)Thor: The Dark World (2013) and Thor: Ragnarok (2017) discussed her shooting experience while talking to New Yorker About the impact of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) on Hollywood.
“They put me in armor; they gave me a beard,” Hopkins said.
“Sit on the throne, shout a little. If you’re sitting in front of a green screen, there’s no point playing it.”
Hopkins’ comments on the Marvel filmmaking process follow similar remarks Christian Bale made about working with green screens on set last year. Thor: Love and Thunder (2022).
Bale, who starred as Gorr in the film, said it was “the definition of uniformity”, adding that he didn’t bother to apply the notorious Method acting techniques, saying it would be a “pathetic attempt”.
Bale, 49, told GQ last fall: “I did this for the first time. You have other actors who are much more experienced than me in this matter.”
“Can you separate one day from another? No. Absolutely not,” he added.
This amsterdam The actor continued: “You have no idea what to do. I couldn’t even distinguish one phase from the other.”
Last month, her fellow Marvel actor Elizabeth Olsen advised players not to sign multiple film deals within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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During a guest place Happy Sad Confused podcast, avengers The 34-year-old star spoke from his own experience on the subject.
“Give them one – that’s what I say,” Olsen told his host. Josh Horowitz how the franchise should handle future Marvel Studios contenders.
Let’s say you say, ‘Oh my God, this was the most fun I’ve ever had and I love this character so much that I want to do it again’, now you have more creative control over the next character. “