Guy Pearce is just 1 of those actors that is just been steadily popping up and placing on the best overall performance of whatsoever he’s in considering the fact that, woof, 1994? The level is, he’s racked up a reasonable share of legendary characters, and a new movie from GQ sees the actor breaking down his most unforgettable roles.
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The video kicks off with Pearce’s characteristic-breakthrough as a drag queen crossing the Australian outback in The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, adopted up by a few stories of working throughout from Russell Crowe in L.A. Confidential. Pearce obviously will get into arguably his finest-regarded function, the amnesiac Leonard Shelby in Christopher Nolan‘s Memento. “Chris Nolan plainly is a genius,” Pearce suggests. “It’s the only film I’ve ever completed where the completed movie is specifically as the script was.”
The actor also features insight into his very short look in The Hurt Locker, performing in the Oscar-winning The King’s Speech, and, in a fantastic emphasize, how a lot he just actually, actually enjoyed accomplishing HBO’s Mildred Pierce with Kate Winslet. “That was just a delightful working experience,” he says.
Pearce also talks about his newest movie, Bloodshot, and intriguingly compares director Dave Wilson to Christopher Nolan. But the genuine gem of the total video clip will come for the duration of the segment for the actor’s other superhero blockbuster, Iron Man 3, in which he demonstrates real passion for his struggle scene Birkenstock shoes:
“If my ft are not on digicam, I want to be comfy, all right? I bear in mind Robert saying to me, ‘Are you in Birkenstocks?’ I said, ‘Yes’. He mentioned ‘I’ve under no circumstances finished a scene with anybody in Birkenstocks, substantially much less a fight scene’…so, yeah, many thanks to Birkenstock for my comfortable performing sneakers. They’re my acting sneakers, how dare you suggest they’re everything considerably less.”
Look at the whole movie underneath. For additional deep-dives, listed here are the “Iconic Roles” films showcasing Danny Devito, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Jeff Bridges.