Gael García Bernal stood close by Hollywood reporter‘s Studio at Sundance, introduced by Heineken Silver and Origin Spring Water, to debate his new movie. Cassandra. This film, directed by Roger Ross Williams, tells the true story of homosexual “exótico” wrestler Saúl Armendáriz, who created the well-known eponymous wrestling character and rose to worldwide fame.
I am within the Sundance Studio selling Cassandra, Bernal was requested about his position as Arthur in HBO’s low-key crime drama Station Eleven, primarily based on the graphic novel written by Emily St. John Mandel, and that we are able to see him within the rumor of the second St. John Mandel’s tv program was developed from his ebook in 2020. The Glass Lodge.
“That may be unbelievable, would not it?” he replied. “It is nice.”
He was requested about his opinion Station Eleven as a completed work, he says “I really like the collection, I really like the way in which it turned out. I really feel prefer it’s an essential collection, and I beloved each minute of it. I do not suppose I had [ever] I noticed one thing on tv that I felt nervous about each single factor, and I believe it is as a result of it is in regards to the finish of issues.”
“It is about what occurs after every little thing adjustments, by way of the angle of the theater and the actors who do issues,” he continued. “A giant a part of our communities is that we are able to characterize different folks. People who find themselves not us. So it is an extremely robust metaphor and thesis for what we must always do. We need to have compassion for others. And kids ought to see to be gamers. Enjoying as a participant, is an efficient approach to develop and have the ability to play freely.
In August, Deadline reported that St. John Mandel and Station Eleven collection creator Patrick Somerville would rejoin to direct The Glass Lodge for HBO Max, in addition to the writer’s upcoming novel Sea of Tranquility.