The actor also said he was hugged by fellow Dune Javier Bardem after a screening of The Glass Onion: “Our conversation was different after that. For me, That’s what the fuck is all about.”
Dave Bautista said relaxation was a “relief” he acted as Drax from Guardians of the Galaxy
looking forward to his The future plays a more dramatic role.
New GQ Introduction , Glass Onion star talks about his career trajectory from WWE to big screen, and his Personal acting ambitions. The actor admitted he was in a transition period during which he closed the door on the MCU franchise and its comedic roles that helped launch his acting career and pursue more dramatic work in the future.
“I’m very grateful to Drax. I love him,” the actor said. “But it was a relief (it was over). It wasn’t enjoyable. It was hard playing that character. The makeup process let me down. I just don’t know if I want Drax to be my legacy — it’s It was a silly show, I wanted to do something more dramatic.”
Bautista has been featured in several films and the latest Guardians of the Galaxy Disney+ Holiday Special. Now, the actor is looking forward to starring in Denis Villeneuve Dune his turn in sequel, following what they did in the first film as well as Blade Runner after cooperation on . The actor said that working with Villeneuve, especially in the leading role, was one of his goals for very specific reasons.
“If I could be Denis number one [on the callsheet], I’d fucking do it for free,” he said. “I think that’s how I found out how great I am. He brings out the best in me. He sees me differently and sees the performer I want to be. That’s probably how I solve this dilemma “
Bautista’s Glass Onion The director backed his star’s ambitions, telling the magazine that someone Hollywood gave “Dave a real dramatic lead in a movie” would end up “seeming like a genius”.
Dunestar revealed that he has sensed a change in how his peers perceive him, noting that his co-star Javier Bardem in the sequel to the sci-fi epic has shared a “fucking surreal” moment with Bautista, which gives Guardians Star has more serious things for him Ambition with confidence screen.
This moment happened after Bardem – who had previously done some press with Bautista Dune
MOVIE – Attended an early screening of Netflix’s Detective Detective, according to Bautista’s co-star “dancing down the aisle” GQ. “Our conversations were different after that. To me, that was all the fucking thing.”
Bautista says he’s looking for more moments like this. “I never wanted to be the next Rock,” he explained. “I just want to be a fucking good actor. A respectable actor.”
“Honestly, I don’t give a shit about [about being a movie star],” he added. “I don’t live a glamorous life. I live in Tampa. I don’t care about the spotlight, I don’t care about fame. I just want to be a better actor. I want respect from my peers. I don’t need acclaim—I really No need, man. It’s about the experience, about knowing I’ve accomplished something.”
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