Rob Lowe and John Travolta revealed during Variety and PBS’ “Actors on Actors” series why they have to fight their statuses as Hollywood icons.
“What I’ll get more is that, ‘We don’t want to lose the value of having this very familiar face,'” Travolta said about filmmakers not wanting him to undergo drastic physical transformations for roles.
“I get people saying, ‘We paid for those blue eyes, we want to see them,'” Lowe added.
The entire interview can be watched when the two-part fourth-season premiere of “Variety Studio: Actors on Actors” airs June 12 and June 19 on PBS SoCal. Presented by Shopbop/East Dane, the episodes will also be available to stream on Variety.com.
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“I had been told — Rob Marshall, who just directed [Emily Blunt] in ‘Mary Poppins,’ said, ‘When you work with her, you’ll see,'” John Krasinski said during his interview for Variety‘s “Actors on Actors,” of directing his wife in “A Quiet Place.” “And I said, I know, I’m her biggest fan…and he said, ‘Nope, not until [...]
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Tom Hanks and the team behind “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” dropped by the Variety studio over the weekend to discuss the new Mr. Rogers film, which premiered to rave reviews out of the Toronto Film Festival. Hanks was asked what he thought Mr. Rogers would say to children who are living in the age […]