Brendan Fraser I have apologized to a giant Traffic jam in 1997 in San Franciscobecause of a funny trick during Photography by George Forest.
The 53-year-old, who is poised for awards season success with his starring role in The Whale, recounted how a high-octane scene in which George is forced to rescue a parachutist stranded on the city’s Auckland Bay Bridge causes traffic chaos. . .
He told SFGate: “Disney placed a mannequin suspended from a canopy of struts. Stop traffic on both sides of the bridge. My trailer was across the parking lot. I only remember seeing the bridge. There is an imaginary skydiver hanging from it. I was turning on the TV and Oprah turned off because there’s a special helicopter news report saying that. There was a canopy hanging from the bridge.”
And I’m like, “Wait a minute, I’m looking at the helicopters and the TV: Someone didn’t get a pass, someone’s going to have a problem with the mayor’s office. So I can only apologize for that.”
Brendan played George in the movie that It tells the story of a man raised by animals in an African junglewho later fell in love with an American heiress during his tour of Uganda.
It comes in the midst of an extended press tour for his new project The Whale, marking his triumphant return to Hollywood. After a long battle with depression. Brendan said this erupted after he was “assaulted by former Hollywood Foreign Press Association president Philip Burke” in 2003.
In a video shared by a guest at the premiere, emotional Brendan is seen bowing to enthusiastic applause from the audience before embracing director Darren Aronofsky and screenwriter Samuel D. Hunter, who join him on stage.
The Whale, which hits theaters in December, premiered at the Venice Film Festival last month and is quickly garnering rave reviews, as well as an Oscar buzz for its main star.
coincides with the movie Brendan’s first Hollywood project in nearly ten years And Brendan’s first major role in a movie since the 2013 thriller Breakout, leading many fans to believe this was his comeback. (YO)
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