“He doesn’t hold himself like an actor. His demeanour is more like a stunt guy, or a wrangler. He seems like the grip. He had a whiskey in his hand [in a bar in Calgary] and a glint in his eye, you know, he just had this aura about him — this kind of right-stuff test-pilot, cowboy aura. He’s just a fun guy to be around, you want to be around him, you want him at your party. And we had some crazy boys up there. A lot of time on our hands. But Renner was the guy on Jesse James. Everyone used to imitate him, even Brad. ‘Where’s Renner, somebody get Renner….’ Calgary were ready to give him the key to the city. The reason I think his performance in The Hurt Locker resonated so much, was because it was the first time that I’ve seen what I see when I go drinking with him, on film. It was the first time audiences got to see that swagger in full form. His rebel spirit really came across. That’s in him — he’s really got that.”
- sam rockwell, on jeremy renner
Trash-TV maven Chuck Barris has it all — the hit series “The Gong Show” and the love of a good woman. But he also has a big, dark secret: He’s a CIA assassin who kills while purportedly escorting his game show winners on their vacation prizes.
”But we were so close at that point because not only did we spend six months on “Charlie’s” together, but we became very good friends, and have been very social since then. We’re like really kind of brother and sisterly in real life.”
—Drew Barrymore about Sam Rockwell / Confessions of a Dangerous Mind interview
everyone has that one celebrity where no matter how shitty of a day you’re having just seeing their face or hearing their voice makes you smile and for that split second you forget about your reality and are taken away to that made up world in your head where it’s just you and them
fourth wall? what fourth wall?
They broke the fourth wall like ten times this episode.
Via Raggedy Man, Goodnight