light year Exploding in theaters this weekend, Buzz Lightyear is telling the story. Buzz Lightyear was a toy introduced in 1995 toy storywhich introduced the story of a toy figure based on a film in fiction toy story Universe. Now, the same movie is made for our world and light year Ready to share the story that inspired the action figure introduced more than two decades ago. His nemesis, known as the Zerg, is being voiced by James Brolin, with Chris Evans stepping into the role of Buzz. Brolin sat down with ComicBook.com for an exclusive interview where he shares the secrets of the movie not to have at all.
Brolin revealed, “He kept it away from you and he kept it from me right up to the point where I recorded.” It also comes with good reason. light year presents some surprises that bring new perspectives toy story The saga as the audience learns light year The character that inspired the toy. “I had no idea what I was doing and they led me through this session at the sound studio at Pixar, but they were all on the monitors of the five executives and the director, in San Francisco. And in the second session, too, of the recording. The second day, and there were five separate days of recording that could run for four hours each. I’ll improve from the first one because I didn’t get that right and they’ll give me examples.”
Brolin is no stranger to movies keeping secrets from cast members. His son, Josh Brolin portrayed Thanos in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and his light year Co-star Chris Evans played Captain America in the same franchise. According to James Brolin, his son never gave any description of the Marvel role and was not introduced to Thanos until he saw Josh take on the role. Nevertheless, L. Recording dialogue for Zerg ineight year The season came with “a learning curve,” the actor admitted.
“It was really interesting to do that because it was okay with them,” Brolin said. “That’s how they want it and they didn’t want me to have any idea of what I was actually doing. So, as I went along, I had to guess, you know? things and all the horror and all this stuff, I started to say, ‘Oh, I see what he’s saying,’ and, ‘I see from the point of view,’ but I was certainly directed , you know?” With a laugh, Brolin said, “I shouldn’t have said this on camera, but I’m not good at directing. I usually decide what I’m going to do and that’s what’s done and I let the director know.” Let it feel like he’s got it. Out of me.”
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