Pedro Pascal is no stranger to road rage. what’s left of us The star said she had three recent episodes of anger while driving – one of which ended with a slimy lesson learned.
in a conversation with Steak for star Steven Yeun Variation Pascal, 48, recounted his final argument on the road as he discussed the rage-blazing plot of the Netflix series.
“Yesterday was a day. It was my fault,” he told Yeun. “I had three incidents and it was all my fault.”
It was not particularly messy. “I interrupted someone and I looked over there and there’s a big spitball – the visual effects put it there, man – it’s just dripping down the side of the passenger window. And my sister was like, ‘F—!’ was like “”
Yeun, 39, called to ask for details. “Holy… Like a globe from the driver’s side? Did he just give you a hard loogie? He asked.
When Pascal confirmed that the other driver spit on him, he said that the quarrel didn’t actually anger him at all – unlike the characters in the movie. Steak. In fact, he did the opposite.
“I was in shock. It didn’t arouse any anger in me. It certainly humiliated and shocked me, it scared me a little, it bothered me,” Pascal later added, “They want me to drink their saliva. It made me feel guilty. ‘God, people s– I was like ‘living’.”
Yeun said she was recently flipped over by another driver, resulting in a conversation about the Netflix series.
“I was watching Steak “How much it reflects a vivid reality that could happen anywhere but happened to me yesterday in Los Angeles,” Pascal said, enviously.
The Road Rage series is a stark comparison to Pascal’s latest series. what’s left of us – starring as a survivor of a global fungal epidemic. Pascal’s Joel and surrogate daughter Ellie (Bella Ramsey) travel across America by car and on foot to safely deliver the girl into the hands of medical professionals while they search for a virus cure.
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Steak Season 1 is available to watch on Netflix and what’s left of us Season 1 can be watched on Max.