There’s no Iron Throne, but the stakes feel just as high.
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Kieran Culkin and Pedro Pascal were some of the actors present at the Drama Actors Roundtable. The two played some of this year’s most prominent roles on television, with Culkin starring in “Succession” and Pascal starring in “The Last of Us.” The Actors Roundtable, hosted by The Hollywood Reporter, reunites actors on a yearly basis for some questions and a discussion of their most recent and acclaimed roles. Culkin took over the interview for a bit, asking Pascal some questions, including whether Pascal would like to be his daddy.
Pedro Pascal joins Paul Mescal and more in ‘Gladiator 2’Pedro Pascal to star in new movie from ‘Barbarian’ filmmakerPedro Pascal supported his sister Lux instead of attending the Cannes Film FestivalBREAKING: Kieran Culkin asks Pedro Pascal to be his daddy pic.twitter.com/U6YhMl2cOBThe moment was prompted by the moderator, who sat at the table alongside actors like Jeff Bridgers, Evan Peters, Michael Imperioli, and Damson Idris. She asked Pascal if it was fun to be called “daddy” by so many people, prompting an interruption by Culkin, who asked Pascal if he would be his daddy, making him laugh. “Yeah, I’m having fun with it,” said Pascal.
“It seems a little role-related, I think. The Mandalorian is very daddy to baby Grogu, and Joel is very daddy to Ellie. These are daddy parts.
That’s what it is.”Bridges asked Pascal if he is a daddy in real life, to which he said, “I’m not a daddy! And I’m not gonna be a daddy!” The moment provided for another opening for Culkin, who said, “I’m a daddy. And nobody likes my daddy parts. They like your daddy parts.”A post shared by Pedro Pascal he/him (@pascalispunk)Pascal has grown in fame over the past couple of years, often playing roles that have a.
There’s no Iron Throne, but the stakes feel just as high.
William Earl Variety’s Actors on Actors series returns featuring the biggest stars in this year’s TV Emmys race for Season 18. The four episodes will debut on PBS SoCal on Thursday January 15th starting at 8:00 pm, followed by encores on KCET and public television stations across the country and the WORLD Channel (check local listings). All episodes will stream on pbssocal.org and the free PBS App following their premieres. Variety’s Actors on Actors issue will hit newsstands on June 7th and the conversations will start airing on Tuesday, June 6th on Variety.com and its social media channels. This year’s “Actors on Actors” lineup includes:
Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian.In a roundtable discussion for The Hollywood Reporter, the actor said that he used to perform under the armour towards the beginning of the series. However, for the show’s most recent seasons, he only provided the voice for Din Djarin, with stuntment and body doubles appearing as the bounty hunter on set.“There was an extended amount of experimentation, being in the suit for a lot of it, and frankly, my body wasn’t up for the task as far as, like, the four months of it,” Pascal shared.“But I was in it.
The Last Of Us and The Mandalorian, the actor is also well-known for portraying Oberyn Martell in season four of Game of Thrones.The character was a charismatic prince who met a gruesome end when the towering knight Ser Gregor Clegane stuck his thumbs in his eyes and crushed his skull.In a recent Hollywood Reporter roundtable discussion with other actors, including Succession star Kieran Culkin, Pascal revealed how he used to allow his fans to pay tribute to Oberny’s violent death when taking selfies together.“I remember, early on, because of Game of Thrones and the way my character died, people were super into taking selfies with their thumbs in my eyes,” Pascal said.“That’s a lot of trust!” Culkin said in response.“At first, I was so earnest and happy about the success of the character in the show, I’d let them! In New York! Of all places,” Pascal continued. “And then I remember getting a bit of an eye infection.”The conversation, which also featured Snowfall star Damson Idris, Dahmer‘s Evan Peters, The Old Man‘s Jeff Bridges, and The White Lotus star Michael Imperioli, was sparked by a discussion about setting boundaries with enthusiastic fans.Back in April, Pascal admitted that he nearly quit acting after experiencing years of rejection.“I was getting my ass fucking kicked,” he told Esquire, discussing his time working as a waiter throughout the 1990s.
Pedro Pascal was noticeably absent at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival. The Chilean actor is one of the biggest stars in Hollywood, and the world is captivated by his every move.
told the Hollywood Reporter. “[The daddy thing] seems a little role-related. There was a period where the Mandalorian is very daddy to baby Grogu, and Joel is very daddy to Ellie [in ‘The Last of Us’].”Pascal, 48, has experienced a meteoric rise recently. Although he initially rose to fame in 2014 playing the ill-fated swaggering bisexual prince Oberyn on “Game of Thrones” during the show’s fourth season, his spotlight has increased more recently.
Pedro Pascal has had a long and impressive career in films and television. The beloved actor has had roles in many huge projects such as “The Mandalorian,” “Narcos,” “Game of Thrones,” and “The Last Of Us.” He’s also had brief roles in shows such as “Buffy The Vampire Slayer,” “Law & Order” and more.
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News broke earlier this year that HBO’s Succession would be ending with its fourth season.
After four seasons, the HBO series Succession comes to an end. The premium cable network dropped a preview for the series finale and has many dissecting every frame. Check out the preview in the video posted above.
Cannes Film Festival was bursting with powerful auteurs debuting new work and a bevy of titles being prepped for acquisition. From Pedro Almodóvar to Steve McQueen, festival attendees were flush for choice on what to watch — this despite reports that issues with tickets were still happening.
previously on the Dua Lipa podcast, the filmmaker stated that “it’s a queer Western, in the sense that there are two men and they love each other. It’s about masculinity in a deep sense because the Western is a male genre.” He continued, in sentiments that echoed his post-screening conversation on Wednesday, “What I can tell you about the film is that it has a lot of the elements of the Western.
Peter Debruge Chief Film Critic Every time two cowboys point their guns at one another on screen, there’s something homoerotic at play. Hollywood Westerns may be loath to admit as much, but not so Pedro Almodóvar, who casts Ethan Hawke and Pedro Pascal as lonesome cowboys reunited after 25 years in “Strange Way of Life.” Commissioned by Saint Laurent Productions (which is also premiering a Jean-Luc Godard short at Cannes), this half-baked half-hour serves as a sexy showcase for creative director Anthony Vaccarello’s latest designs, while barely delivering on the promise that an Almodóvar-made “gay cowboy” movie conjures in the imagination. At the Cannes premiere, the Spanish director described “Strange” as his response to a question posed by “Brokeback Mountain”: What can two men do on a ranch? Silva (Pascal) gives Jake (Hawke) his answer in the final seconds of the short, and it’s sweet, though it turns out Almodóvar is misremembering Ang Lee’s 2005 Western. The scene he’s thinking of is probably the one where Heath Ledger’s character tells Jake Gyllenhaal how his father made a point of showing him an old rancher’s corpse, gay-bashed with a tire iron and then “drug … around by his dick.” With an image like that in their minds, no wonder the couple decide to keep their forbidden love on the down low.
Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar rode into the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday with his short film Strange Way Of Life, pushing boundaries for LGBT representation in the Western genre.
Clayton Davis Senior Awards Editor Nine more minutes of footage would take Pedro Almodóvar’s film “Strange Way of Life” from a live action short frontrunner to a best picture contender. To be eligible for the Academy Awards’ best picture category, a film must have a minimum 40-minute runtime. Almodóvar’s movie runs 31 minutes. With those extra nine minutes, we could also highlight the worthiness of actors Ethan Hawke and Pedro Pascal and the project’s artisan categories. But for his second English language endeavor, coming three years after “The Human Voice” with Tilda Swinton, the Spanish auteur’s sensibilities are never lacking. His new Spanish Western stands proudly next to some of his most audacious movies such as “Talk to Her” and “Volver.”
The great Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodovar is a rabid fan of the western genre but until now had never made one, and also has only dabbled in directing any english language film with the exception of the 2020 short, The Human Voice that starred Tilda Swinton. His latest movie is also a short, just 31 minutes, but he finally got to do his western in english, and it is a nice homage to the form and those great directors who made it that way, one it is safe to say could only have come from this master of cinema, and a true cineaste himself. Almodovar brought the finished product to its World Premiere at the Cannes Film Festival today and, if flattered by the attention, the ghosts of John Ford, Howard Hawks, John Sturges, Anthony Mann, Raoul Walsh , and Sam Peckinpah may be surprised at the twist in Strange Way Of Life that this 73 year old fanboy has given it.
Pedro Pascal, the talented actor known for his captivating performances in projects like “The Last of Us,” “The Mandalorian,” “Game of Thrones,” and “Narcos,” is set to take on a thrilling new role in the upcoming horror movie “Weapons.” Directed by Zach Cregger, who previously worked on the horror film “Barbarian,” this collaboration promises to deliver an intense and chilling cinematic experience. Pedro Pascal has been confirmed as the lead actor in the highly anticipated horror film “Weapons.” As an actor with a remarkable range and versatility, Pascal’s participation in the horror genre is both exciting and intriguing. While specific details about the plot and Pascal’s character are yet to be revealed, his involvement assures audiences of a captivating performance filled with intensity and suspense .Zach Cregger, the accomplished director known for his work on the horror film “Barbarian,” has been tapped to helm the upcoming movie “Weapons.” Cregger’s previous experience in the horror genre makes him an ideal choice to bring this chilling story to life.
Pedro Pascal rocks a Rolling Stones t-shirt while out and about in Los Angeles earlier this week.
Pedro Pascal continues to line up buzzworthy projects. He’s signed on to star in “Weapons,” the new film written and directed by Zach Cregger, who previously worked on “Barbarian,” one of the biggest hits of last year.
Succession has been submitted into the leading actor category at this year’s Emmys, despite his character’s limited screen time in season four.Variety has confirmed that Cox’s turn as the billionaire media mogul will be considered alongside fellow co-stars Jeremy Strong and Kieran Culkin, the latter having moved into the lead category after previously being listed as a supporting actor.The announcement comes in spite of the fact that Cox’s character died in the third episode (‘Connor’s Wedding’) of the current and final season. Subsequently, it had been speculated that the actor would be downgraded to the supporting actor or guest categories.With that not being the case, Succession could now make history as the first show to land three lead drama actor nominations in the same year.