Brendan Fraser says coaster Sadie Sink the Whale is ‘breathtaking’
“The fluidity with which Sadie plays, this beautiful, controlled anger, was breathtaking to me,” Fraser said. “I was constantly going up on my line. And that’s only because I had the Cub net on me and I was Wearing a lot of gear, but also because I just had a slack jaw. I’m not kidding.”
“Watching him work — we worked every day he won game balls, I’m telling you,” he said.
Fraser also applauded his cast mates Hong Chow For his “authenticity” he said he “makes everyone around him better. He elevates the material because of how personal he makes it. There’s a kind of chemistry going on in his process that makes you believe what he does or says. . .. it’s amazing.”
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managed by Palawan And black swan Filmmaker Darren Aronofsky, the whale About a recluse (Fraser) who tries to repair his relationship with his estranged teenage daughter (Sink).
Sink told PEOPLE in April how she’s starting to feel “too much Empowered in his career”.
“I’m proud of how comfortable I’ve become not only in my personal life, but also in my professional life.” Stranger Things Star said. “I think when I first started I was really shy because everything was really new and scary, so it’s nice that I’ve grown up not being shy. I feel like I can speak my mind a little more.”
The actress explained that she learned to “work” through her nerves: “You just have to move on and eventually be like, ‘Why did I work so hard?’ I feel like I’m a little relieved.”
the whale In theaters on December 9
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