Brendan Fraser Cries While Getting Standing Ovation For ‘The Whale’ – Hollywood Life


Media edge-to-edge entry-Media–lead-gallery” aria-describedby=”lead-image-credit”>




View gallery

Image Credit: Anthony Harvey/Shutterstock

Brendan Fraser, 53, seemed very appreciative for the help of his newest function in The Whale on the Venice Film Festival this previous weekend. The actor, who performs a 600-pound man named Charlie within the upcoming flick, obtained emotional after an early screening of the movie acquired a 6-minute standing ovation from the viewers. He sat in his seat because the applause erupted earlier than being inspired to face up among the many different actors within the movie.

Before the screening, Brendan was cheered on throughout his arrival on the purple carpet of the pageant as he donned a black swimsuit and tie. He posed for photographers with a smile and followers took to social Media to specific their pleasure over seeing his look. “Brendan Fraser is back and better than ever!” many followers equally wrote on Twitter and Instagram.

Brendan Fraser
Brendan Fraser on the Venice Film Festival, (Anthony Harvey/Shutterstock)

Brendan’s new function in The Whale, which is directed by Darren Aronofsky, is already receiving Oscars buzz. Some evaluations say his efficiency because the morbidly overweight man making an attempt to reconnect along with his estranged daughter, who’s performed by Stranger Things star Sadie Sink, is worthy sufficient to snag an Academy Award, which isn’t too stunning contemplating the expertise Brendan has delivered to the large display screen all through his profession. The movie is predicated on the 2012 play written by Samuel D. Hunter and from the reception on the Venice Film Festival, it’s positive to be successful when it hits theaters in Dec.

Before Brendan wowed in The Whale, he talked about making the movie, in a 2021 interview with Unilad. “It’s gonna be like something you haven’t seen before,” he, instructed the outlet. “The wardrobe and costume was extensive, seamless, cumbersome. This is certainly far removed from anything I’ve ever done but not to be coy … I do know it’s going to make a lasting impression.”

The Whale is Brendan’s first movie since 2013’s Breakout. Despite taking a break from the large display screen, he appears to not have misplaced a beat. Before his newest launch, he was finest identified for being a foremost star of The Mummy movie sequence.

Leave a Comment