7 actors who see their roles as more than just reading a scriptBy Angela https://pictolic.com/article/7-actors-who-see-their-roles-as-more-than-just-reading-a-script.html
Депп придумал особую походку Джека по практическим соображениям. Дело в том, что на корабле нужно так ходить, иначе из-за раскачивания вы будете постоянно падать. Итак, Джек (как опытный моряк) не может отказаться от этой привычки, даже когда он не на корабле. Среди многих других это была идея Деппа. Но сначала Дисней подумал, что его игра слишком эксцентрична, и чуть не совершили самую большую ошибку — не захотели нанять его.
Jake is one of the most daring actors of his generation - he often plays very complex and unusual roles. In Stringer, he thought his character looked like a coyote and showed it on screen. Gyllenhaal created a character who didn't know what empathy was and all he cared about was earning something. When he saw an opportunity to make money, his eyes glowed and he stopped blinking. The actor had such an idea, and it frightened the audience: in these scenes, he looks like a real psychopath. Interestingly, in the same year, Gyllenhaal portrayed the opposite character - Detective Loki. His character revealed all his previous cases, but when he hit a dead end in his search, he was very nervous. And Jake used his expressive eyes again - he blinked very fast.
Anthony's character was the most impressive in The Silence of the Lambs, although he was only on screen for about 20 minutes. His hypnotic gaze was amazing. Some people think he didn't blink at all in the movie, but that's not true. He did blink, but very rarely and slowly, and it seemed that he did it only when he wanted to. Perhaps this is where Gyllenhaal found Stringer's inspiration.
For her role, Sandra didn't just learn how to drive. She got a real bus driver's license and passed the exam on her first try.
After Henry was cast as Geralt, many game and book fans were truly disappointed. But it suited him. The actor himself is a big fan of the Witcher universe and really felt the character. Cavill not only changed his voice in an attempt to sound like a video game actor, but also made other changes that surprised the team.
Some actors may voice their characters in different languages. It's a marketing ploy because people want to hear the original voices of the actors but don't know the language. Danny DeVito voiced the Lorax not only in English, but also in Russian, Spanish, Italian and German, although he does not speak any of these languages. He thought it would be a very good test for him.
It turns out that Viggo Mortensen also reads books and respects them. That's why he decided not to appear in the Hobbit trilogy at all. He said, "You know Aragorn isn't in The Hobbit, do you? That there is a 60 year gap between the books?”