Nomination Reaction: Geoffrey Rush

Supporting Actor - Drama, 'The King's Speech'

No doubt about it — the working environment on “The King’s Speech” was a lovefest, according to supporting drama actor nominee Geoffrey Rush.

“One of the most exhilirating things of doing this film is Colin (Firth) and Tom (Hooper) and I have developed this embarrasing triangle of man love,” Rush says. “As I approach my 60s I never thought I would continue to meet people that continue to influence me and my acting but yet again I have with these two.”

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