Sunday, January 23, 2022

Javier Bardem Celebrates SAG Nomination; Dreams Of Riding Sandworm In ‘Dune 2’ This Summer

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Javier Bardem confronted many challenges in bringing Desi Arnaz to life in Amazon’s Being the Ricardos, and he’s being acknowledged for his efforts by his friends with a Screen Actors Guild nomination for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama on Wednesday.

“I’m very proud and so happy that people are reacting this way to the performance,” Bardem tells Deadline shortly after the nominations have been introduced on Wednesday. “This was a challenging performance in so many ways, mainly because I was portraying an iconic person and that’s always very scary and very challenging.”

He continues, “I really tried to bring Desi’s energy to the role. He was so charismatic, so charming, and so openly attractive. This was not something I could turn on and off. He was like this constantly. He went out of his way to make everyone feel comfortable and to feel welcome. That’s an energy you have to portray.”

Bardem, a local of Spain, notes how he was additionally challenged in “delivering Aaron Sorkin’s dialogue” and actually getting comfy with it as a local Spanish speaker. Oh, and he additionally needed to carry out musical numbers with out prior expertise—all whereas concurrently capturing the upcoming live-action characteristic movie, The Little Mermaid.

“Aaron Sorkin’s language and writing have always been very complex,” he shares. “And I also found the musical aspect to be challenging as this was the first time I was approached to do that. I had to deliver four songs without being a singer and I didn’t have much time to prepare.”

Bardem is at present engaged on the live-action musical comedy Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile primarily based on the youngsters’s guide by Bernard Waber. But he’s already occupied with what the longer term holds for his character Stilgar within the extremely anticipated Dune sequel he expects will start capturing this summer time.

“I haven’t read anything yet, so I’m not sure what’s coming up next for me in Dune. I know as much as you do at this point. I hear there are scripts but I haven’t read anything,” The Academy Award winner says. “I cannot wait to put myself into the hands of Denis Villeneuve again. I love the guy.”

His largest hope going into the venture is that Stilgar will trip a sandworm as he did within the Frank Herbert novel.

“The only thing I’m asking is that I get to ride a sandworm,” he mentioned with amusing. “Denis told me he’s going to try to make that happen. That does happen in the book, by the way. Stilgar teaches Paul [Atreides] how to take the desert power, which is to domesticate those huge animals in order to use their force, their strength, and their huge size against the Harkonnen. Hopefully, that will happen.”

Being the Ricardos is at present obtainable to stream by way of Amazon Prime.





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