Hugh Grant Without filters, in recent weeks: after the bizarre interview on the red carpet at the Oscars and the recent “reveal” of the mixed collections of Quentin Tarantinothe actor has now shot…himself and one particular movie in his long career.
during an interview with The Late Late Show with James Corden In Company Chris Pinehis new colleague Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among ThievesThe representative was asked who has it The film would like to completely delete it from his resume. And immediately he took it sarcastically.
«I’ve specialized in looking bad for decadeshe joked, then focused on finding one he could blame for the poor results without casting differences on his other teammates. Then he made up his mind: The lady and the gentleman of the way.
It’s a title that’s definitely unknown to most, even to Hugh Grant fans considering it’s from 1989 TV movie directed by John Hough. Two years after winning the Volpi Cup in Venice for the Maurice And before the final international spotlight thanks Four weddings and a funeral Especially Notting HillDuring this period, he starred in a movie based on the novel Cupid riding the seat to Barbara Cartland.
Far from a good experience for the actor. «I was a bandit, I was supposed to be sexyHe said, lamenting the film’s low budget, with bad wigs and hats. So much so that it seems Vice DougSheriff’s dog, the hero of the animated series teriton From the sixties. «When I’m stressed, my voice goes up 2 octaves. Deputy Doug would jump out of the trees when a wagon passed by and say, “Get up!”And he added, continuing the not very pleasant comparison.
The title is very little known and early in his career perhaps few will remember, fortunately for him. There is no shortage of other films but the way it’s told, reaching these levels will be tough.
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