Will Poulter and Mads Mikkelsen are just two of the recent wave of actors who have talked about acting in the wake of Jared Leto once again telling his bullshit on set Morbius. Yes, Jared Leto Apparently Picked The Way Morbius.
In a new interview with independentPoulter was asked about his acting style and said he wasn’t really disappointed with her.
“For me, it was not necessary. Run Detroitmy fellow African-Americans—whose character was the one responsible for the brutality—and I was all pretty much united in this challenge, we got to know each other and got off work,” he said in response, before moving on to talk about the turmoil caused by the way acting.
Poulter said, “When it comes to the actor’s process, whatever that is, as long as he doesn’t infringe on the rights of others and you’re understanding, that’s fine. But if your process creates an inhospitable environment, then for me you’ve lost sight of what’s important. No style should be used. Acting as an excuse for inappropriate behavior – which it certainly is.”
Poulter joins the ranks of Mads Mikkelsen, who has said this about his acting style: “It’s bullshit. But prepare, you can take it crazy. What if it’s a bullshit movie—what do you think you’ve achieved? Am I impressed that you didn’t drop the character? You dropped it from the start! How do you prepare for a serial killer? Are you going to spend two years checking it out?”
Is what Jared Leto even does style?
So Jared Leto has been doing this “style” thing for a while. Recently, he pulled his style into a group Morbius. He forces the group into a time crisis when he’s bound to walk around on crutches to stay in character (Michael Morbius suffers from a rare blood disease that requires him to use crutches) and then pushes them over to use them even when he’s going to the bathroom. Then the time wasted from this forced them to make a deal with Leto being pushed into a wheelchair to save some time.
This is frankly a small A crime compared to his antics on the set suicide squad In 2016, that included sending a rat to Margot Robbie and a dead pig to Viola Davis. These are not the actions of a method representative, but rather, someone who takes himself seriously and terrifies those with whom he works.
What I will say is this: I studied acting. I have a stage performance degree. I studied Stanislavsky just as I did Meisner and the acting techniques they developed, and while I don’t necessarily see the merit of the way acting and practices in it, what actors like Jared Leto do is very different from what Stanislavsky’s style teaches anyway. Techniques may have changed over the years and turned into more of what Leto does, taking extreme and unnecessary actions under the pretext of “staying in character”, but if that’s the case, there’s something to be addressed in art, because the way acting shouldn’t cut the actors apart The way you do with Leto.
Outside of that, I still don’t fully understand why acting style has become such a big thing. As a student at Meisner, we were taught to connect with our characters’ emotions using memories from our lives and connections to make them seem more real to us (essentially). I find there’s a much more honest and deeper connection to a character than people like Leto do in groups.
Is each method behaving badly?
I’m sure there are perks to the representation method. As someone who favored the Meisner technique and the skills in it, I understand why some like Stanislavsky because his teachings inspired those of Meisner, so it’s not like I don’t see Which Valuable in it for the art of mass acting. What I would say is that what we’re thinking about now is the acting style is not the same as what was in books like actor getting ready.
And maybe that’s just an evolution of the method and that’s fine, but acting is a collaborative art form. What people like Leto do, even if it’s acceptable behavior, is basically a personal business, and they expect other actors to work with them/about their work, and that, to me, isn’t what acting is all about. She listens, interacts, shares and creates a piece of art together or together. Do not do absolute bone So you can try to get the prize to the house.
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