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The second thumb -- very different than the first film so that was your intention and describe how it's -- It was important to the directors mark nailed him Brian Taylor that this be a unique experience and honest people even beyond that.
-- -- -- and Taylor are extraordinary there's no one else quite like them meaning that.
They're literally risking their lives to get shots -- switched and I can.
-- news and working with them that I could show no fear or lose credibility and I had to embrace all the -- states.
-- also let me -- ghost writer.
Which was -- totally unique experience which opened my imagination.
To all sorts of possibilities.
As to how I can present him.
Do you like some sort of bad dream that you couldn't fully understand -- And the -- that you helped your fellow actors you you really got -- character.
So tell me about the first day when you showed up and decided to do it make up and then contact lenses let's.
I didn't would be freaked out.
Yeah I was still is it was -- even for me I mean it was I remember walking on this in the full.
We were -- and there was a lot of quiet.
I didn't talk to people.
I could hear like -- it would -- -- some of the other actors ask.
The and I I could see fear -- the -- -- people around me and that was like oxygen to a forests are more tolerant and have to just believe.
It is mr.
Putin's heart break character yeah I was I was pretty much in ghost writer mode mentally and there was a Christmas parties and it -- or about to hand Romania.
And it was for the casting -- and on the on the -- it's.
You know yeah ghost workers -- with a picture goes for our Christmas ornament with a -- -- I've been playing ghost writer until two way and it took to make up off a couple of shops and I was invited to Christmas party and you know when you do that and all hell can potentially for clues and it did it and so I guess I hadn't fully left to character -- the --