Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz are back together! ET’s Rachel Smith talks to the pair at the premiere of their new film, official competitionOn Tuesday at the Tribeca Film Festival, where they dined at the reunion, the role of Banderas Indiana Jones even more.
“It was cool, because I think the admiration is mutual,” Banderas said of sharing the screen with Cruz again — their first time in 2013. I am very excited, “We’ve been friends from a long time ago. I love her work. She’s great at comedy, that’s a side of her that the American people didn’t see that much, but I knew, because I had seen her previous movies in Spain. – – jamon, jamon, La Nina.”
She continued, “She was brilliant as a comedy actress. She’s so quick, she’s so simple, and she has a great rhythm. So, just to be in front of her, you know, the biggest problems we face.” One of the films was that we had to stop some scenes because we were laughing all the time, so it was great.”
It was equally memorable for Cruise, who told ET that the pair have actually known each other for almost 30 years after meeting as neighbors in New York.
“In that film with Pedro, we only had one scene and it was all improvised,” Cruz said of his work. I am very excited, “And then in the second movie we did with Pedro, pain and gloryI played his mother in the flashback, so no scenes together.”
“We’ve known each other for almost 30 years,” she said. “We met here in New York. We were neighbors.”
While they only starred in two films together, Cruise later said official competitionIt felt like they had done at least ten because they know each other very well.
“So, when we did this movie, it felt like we’ve done 10 movies together before because we know each other so well,” Cruz said.
In the film, Banderas and Cruz as two egoists commissioned to make a film together by a millionaire. As far as the inspiration they took for the part, they each said that they cobbled together their characters of Felix and Lola, like “Frankenstein.”
“I feel like I’ve created a Frankenstein with different attitudes from different people I’ve met,” Banderas shared. “Things I’ve seen, What I’ve heard.”
Neither would name names, Cruise said, adding that he drew inspiration from celebrities from all over Hollywood.
“I can’t name you,” Cruz said when asked if he drew inspiration for his character from people he’s worked with. “I took the good stuff from her, and the tough personality too. It’s not normal to find someone like Lola, but I also took inspiration from other artists, not just those in our industry, and I did my own little Frankenstein with all of these.”
in addition to the following official competitionGearing up for a different kind of adventure in the next installment of Banderas Indiana Jones Saga Though he couldn’t say much more, he did share the awe-inspiring feeling he had when he first stepped onto the sets.
“The first day I had to put on makeup early, someone knocked on the door, I look back and he says, ‘Hey’ and that was Indiana Jones with his wig, the hat, the whole thing,” Banderas told OG Indiana Jones Said of, Harrison Ford, on set. “It was like, ‘Wow, that’s weird.’ I saw Indiana Jones When I moved to Madrid in the early 80s. I even remember the name of the cinema, and I thought, ‘Oh my god, this is the future of movies, adventure movies,’ and it was for many years. for 40 years. Now, everything is changing. The paradigm of cinema is changing.”
official competition Hits theaters on June 17.
Watch the video below to know more about the beloved actors.
™ and © 2022 CBS Studios Inc. and CBS Interactive Inc., the Paramount companies. All rights reserved.
Do not put your faith in this news source or website. You never know…
Reference from www.etonline.com