Brian Cox Blasts Method Of Succession Starring As “American Sh**” – The Hollywood Reporter

Brian Cox So Logan Roy is over.

or at least, he’s gone succession’The grim Scottish cast of Method acting as the patriarch of the media-empire on the set of HBO’s Emmy-winning TV drama explodes during a post-screening Q&A Toronto Film Festival For prisoner’s daughter,

“I don’t put too much American crap, every time you play a role there’s a religious feel. It’s bullshit,” Cox said, completely submerging herself to the point of obsession in a movie or TV series performance. said about.

“I don’t get hung up on the characters I play. I let them go through me. The thing is to be ready to accept as an actor. You’re standing there, ready to accept whatever is thrown at you,” he said on stage at Roy Thomson Hall after himself and fellow cast members, including Kate BeckinsaleTyson Ritter and Christopher Convery, and prisoner’s daughter the director Catherine HardwickeThe world premiere of the play about family reconciliation was met with thunderous applause from the Toronto audience.

In prisoner’s daughter Cox plays Max, a convict who is given a compassionate release from prison after being diagnosed with terminal cancer, and then has to live out his final days with his estranged daughter, played by Beckinsale. Max also becomes acquainted with a grandson he has never known, played by Convery.

“Max was a great role, no question. He was always on hold as a father. Logan is a different character altogether. He’s not on the backstory. Except, deep down, he is. But his reaction comes on the front foot, because of their background,” Cox said as he emphasized the different dynamics for the characters. succession And prisoner’s daughter Different acting styles on set call for it.

“That’s why you let people through. We are British. We come from a ‘great tradition’,” he jokingly insisted.

“The Commonwealth, baby,” Beckinsale added enthusiastically to the Canadian audience.

“You let it come through you. And you don’t get in the fucking way,” Cox continued, reacting with another round of applause from the Toronto festival’s audience at the Now on a Roll.

Cox’s comments follow her Emmy-winner succession Co-star Jeremy Strong makes headlines for one new yorker profile Published late last year in which individuals working with Strong Weight used techniques used to get into character, such as being asked to spray actual tear gas Chicago Trial 7, Strong told the publication at the time that he doesn’t consider himself a Method actor, but said of his strategy, “If I have a way, it’s just this: to clear anything—anything— That’s not the character and the circumstances of the scene.”

Also during the TIFF event, dusk And thirteen Director Hardwicke – who helmed prisoner’s daughter Given the pedigree of the veteran British thespian – from a screenplay by Canadian author Mark Becky – paid tribute to Convery for being able to star opposite Cox and Beckinsale. “You’re too brave to hold your own,” she told the young actor.

During the brief Q&A, Cox and Beckinsale were full of gallows and gallows humor directed at each other.

“Brian has been around. I have a history with him. You are a stalker,” she said to Cox, insisting at one point that she had seen her on stage in Britain as a fan several times since she grew up and was a Trained as an actress.

“I’m a hunter? You’re a hunter. I’ve never been a hunter. You’re definitely a hunter!” Cox counterattacked.

Beckinsale responded, using a generic British term to refer to women’s underwear, saying, “I’m wearing your knees at the moment.”

“He stole them. He stole them. I had a whole bunch of them, and they were all gone,” Cox replied, before paying tribute to Hardwick as director in a grim tone. “Not me knew what would happen this afternoon, I have to confess… but the big deal is that woman has a heart, and that’s what’s on the show,” he said, pointing to Hardwick.

And then she praised Beckinsale for her dedication to the role as Maxine, a daughter who reluctantly accepts her guilty father and, as a single mother, maintaining her Las Vegas home and fighting her epilepsy. Many things have to be done to take care of his son.

“She’s so committed to the role, you can’t go wrong when you’re acting up against something like this,” Cox said.

The Toronto Film Festival continues until September 18.

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