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Продолжение темы про Дэниела и его темперамент :)

Статья с сайта гадины-журналиста:

My night at the BAFTAs
Curtsying to Helen Mirren, threatening to arrest Idi Amin - and being called "a fucking fool" by Daniel Craig

I am standing at the heart of the glittering glamour-dump of the BAFTA awards, and He is walking towards me. It is Bond. James Bond. His expression is an angry blank, because he has just gunned down dozens of Armenian bomb-makers. (Or perhaps because he has failed to win the Best Actor award). I was sitting almost directly above him when the award slipped from his bloody grasp barely an hour ago, and he offered a forced hard handclap, each meeting of his hands representing another small fracture in his heart. I knew then Our Time had come. What Daniel Craig needs now to comfort him, I declared to the people sitting in the Royal Opera House with me, is the love of a fat homosexual. "Daniel!" I cry as he strides along the corridor. He stares suddenly with his shimmering blue eyes. I smile. He does not. "Oh Daniel," I ask with a sigh. "Why didn't you wear your little blue speedos? Maybe you would have won then." He stares at me. Is it? Can it be? Love? "You're a fucking fool," he says, and walks away with an angry frown.

"There's no need to play hard to get Daniel! I'm yours!" I cry after him. But he is gone. This, it seems, is how my BAFTA night - my first peek behind the rope-line, into the vortex of Celebrity - will go. It began only a few hours ago, on the muddied entrance to the red carpet, where a great swathe of central London has been sealed off, as though it is subject to a Celebrity Terror Attack. I linger on the mud, naturally, until Her Royal Highness Helen Mirren appears. I immediately curtsy to her. "Are you all right?" she says with a frown, before being whisked by her equerries up into a thunderstorm of flashbulbs and howls of "Helen! Over here, Helen!"

I let her entourage storm ahead, and follow a few minutes later, as the crowd of Real People buzz with post-coital glee. By this stage, they seem to be screaming for anyone. "Oh my God! that's the producer of Shameless! Chris! Chris!" a group of teenage girls howl. (When did teenagers become TV industry nerds?). Then they see me, and one screams "Him! He's someone!" They stare carefully, and then their leader shrugs, "No, he's nobody. But - look! It's Nicky Clarke! Nicky! Nicky! Aaargh!" This I cannot accept. "Girls - he's a hairdresser," I snap. "He works with scissors, like a six year old. Youc an't cheer him." But Nicky Clarke glares at me from behind his bouffant and I run up the rest of the carpet, terrified he will spray his super-strength hairspray into my eyes and blind me forever.

I pass through the entrance, lavishly waving my black BAFTA pass at distracted guards, and drift through into the main foyer, where I smack face-first into a frenetic frenzy of networking. Business cards are being swapped with industrial speed; necklines are plunging like Thelma and Louise into the Grand Canyon. They are talking to each other in Celebrity Speak, which has lashings of hyperbole and always ends! in exclamation! marks! Somebody yells to the actor Ben Wishart, "Ben, I loved! Perfume! It was! an amazing! film!"

I decide I too must speak to Celebrities. I walk up to Richard Griffiths - another Best Actor nominee - who is occupying a sofa the size of a minor continent in the corner. But when I ask him questions, I discover he has been inexplicably turned into a Platitude Machine. "It's an honour," he says, "It's a privilege." This goes on for a long time, no matter what I ask. "It's such a joy to be nominated along side such amazzzzzz..." I'm not quite sure what he said next because I briefly lapsed into a coma. I stagger away and find Stephen Frears, the director of the Queen. His wife Annie declares at the top of her voice, "Well, I've refused to go to the Oscars, because it'll be even more ghastly than this! It's so bloody boring!" Her daughter Lola pinches her and says, "No more champagne."

But then a bell, and we are summoned to our seats for the ceremony. As I settle in, I notice that Sienna Miller has positioned herself next to Frears on the front row, whispering in his ear, flicking her hair, running her hands over her breasts, and pretty much doing everything short of mounting him there and then. But suddenly the lights come up in the Opera House. Jonathan Ross is standing in front of a massive lop-sided Bafta lying limply on the stage, whic looks as though it has just been severed from a gigantic golden body by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. "Welcome," he declares, "to London's prestigious mugging district." He offers a special welcome to "our American guests who have flown here partly for these awards, but mainly to escape Victoria Beckham." The audience roars, and the giant BAFTA head rumbles, as though it is about to fall from the stage onto the front row and level the British film industry for a generation.

And then the ecstasy-slog of the awards ceremony itself begins. The obscure awards - Best Short Film, anyone? - pass in a surreal slur at the start. Most of the winners of the technical awards don't speak English, so they offer models of concision. "No speak English. Gracias!" one cries and exits. Another confines her remarks to the yell "Viva Mexico!" When the ex-Top of the Pops dancer Andrea Arnold wins an award for best tecchie newcomer, she says, "I understand money comes with this award and my boiler's packed up, so it's welcome." This adds a new note of tension to the night. Will Helen Mirren mention a patio extension she could really do with? Will Daniel Craig say his car engine's packed in and he'll be flogging his award on e-Bay to pay for it?

This glittery endurance test is only leavened by a string of kamikaze actors crashing and burning with impromptu 'gags'. Damien Lewis, the ginger Old Harrovian, decides the way to present the Best Cinematographer award is to pre-meptively insult all cinematographers. "I looked up the dictionary definition of cinematography... Well, my digital camera does that for me," he declares with a shrug. "But cinematographers make us actors look better than we are, so let's be nice to them." What? Then Dominic Cooper - an actor marinated in his own arrogance - comes out to present the best make-up award. He says, "Make-up artists have to make actors look good. Sometimes they even have to make us look terrible - and it's not always easy." With that, he raises his eyebrow, as if to say "I can't be uglied up, baby". At that moment, as one, the Royal Opera House heaves.

Jonathan Ross soberly introduces a reel of films paying tribute to the friends of BAFTA who have died in the past year. (The Artful Dodger is dead - who knew?). Robert Altman gets a cheer; others are passed over with a "who the fuck?" shrug. It seems that even the corpses are subject to status games. Some dead people are in; others are so last year.

But then the acting awards tumble out, and the audience shakes itself awake. Eva Green wins best newcomer with her hair jutting chaotically into the air, looking like she has just staggered out of Hurricane Katrina. Somebody tells me this is called "birds' nest hair". It must have been one psychotic bird. The victory of HRH Helen Mirren for Best Actress is so pre-ordained that when Ricky Gervais gave out an award earlier in the night, he declared: "The BAFTA for best animated film goes to... Helen Mirren! Oh, this is getting ridiculous. You can't even lick a stamp any more."

But the Best Actor award goes, amazingly, to Ugandan dictator Idi Amin. Borat-style, he remains entirely in character as a bumbling actor called "Forrest Whittaker" through the night, so I decide to challenge him at the post-awards dinner. "Mr Amin," I say to him as he faces the photographers in the Grosvenor House Hotel, "I think you were very cruel to the Ugandan Asians." He looks at me blankly. "I don't know what the BAFTA committee are thinking." I consider performing a Tatchell-style citizen's arrest, but he chuckles - no doubt the same chuckle he gave as he ordered ethinic cleansing - and says, "I'm Forrest Whittaker, m'man. It was a great film to make." Film? You might fool everyone else, Mr Amin, but I know who you are.

It is, I am told in hushed tones by the assembled hacks, an open secret that the celebs never go to the official after-show. So I blag my way into the Miramax Party, on the highest floor of the Hilton Hotel. As I step out of the golden lift, Penelope Cruz is sitting in the corner, chatting to Pedro Almodovar, and Jamie Bell - the once-and-always Billy Elliot - is wandering lost around the room with dead eyes, looking as though he was raised by wolves. In every creivice, people are looking at each other to make sure they are being looked at. This is the heart of the film industry, and it is - I suddenly realise - empty save for the glitter. But standing here, at the top of London, snubbed by Daniel Craig, Helen Mirren and everyone else, I think of an old Woody Allen line about sex. Sure, the BAFTAs are an empty and hollow experience. But as empty and hollow experiences go, it's one of the best.

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Если это правда, то я обеими руками за Дэниела, так журналюге и надо! В следующий раз последит за языком.  :diablo:

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when the award slipped from his bloody grasp barely an hour ago

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"Why didn't you wear your little blue speedos? Maybe you would have won then."

ган**н этот журналист  :g-devil: надо было ему в морду дать. я не знала что он настолько обнаглел.

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Daniel Craig locks horns with journo!

ANI
London, February 13, 2007

Bond actor Daniel Craig was in a rather bad mood after the Bafta awards that he almost picked up a fight with a journalist and hurled the F- word at him, at Grosvenor House after party.

The 39-year-old actor, who was nominated for Best Actor and lost out to Forest Whitaker, was accompanied by his girlfriend producer Satsuki Mitchell, and was rather annoyed by the reporter’s joke, when he said that he was looking great in a pair of shorts in the film.

The reporter Johann Hari stated that he had million other ways of reacting and that Craig was in a vile mood even when they began talking

"When we first spoke, he was in a vile mood. I just made a joke about how great he looked in his shorts in the film. There were so many ways he could have reacted. But instead, he called me a 'f***ing fool'.” Daily Mail quoted the reporter, as saying.

A security added that looking at the situation Satsuki rushed to his side; before he hit the reporter and that the ‘Casino Royale’ star did not look happy.

“She rushed to his side and literally put her arm between them before this guy got thumped. It was clear that Daniel was not at all happy,” the source said.

"First of all, he loses out on the Bafta, and then everyone from Jonathan Ross downwards spends the night talking about how buff he looks in swimming trunks.” the source said.

The source added that Craig really wanted to leave the bash but he was forced by studio execs to stay on.

"He left the awards and went straight to the Grosvenor House and every five minutes was telling Satsuki he wanted to go. But his studio execs were adamant that he should stay on to show willing,” he added.

Even when Dame Judi Dench tried to have a laugh with him, by calling them a pair of losers, after she lost to Helen Mirren the Best Actress award.

However he did not see the lighter side of her joke too.

"Even when Dame Judi (Dench) came up to commiserate with him, she was given short shrift.. Judi tried to have a laugh with him calling them a pair of losers - since she lost out to Helen Mirren too - but he didn't see the funny side,” the source said.

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Daniel Craig snaps at gay joker
Stewart Who?, GAY.COM
Tuesday 13 February, 2007 13:18 | More from this date | Today's headlines

Daniel Craig has hit the headlines once again, but this time it’s because he gave short shrift to a gay journalist.

Johann Hari apparently approached Craig at the BAFTAS and said, "Why didn't you wear your little blue speedos? Maybe you would have won then."

Understandably, the hunky Bond star was unimpressed with this observation and called The Independent journalist a “fucking fool”.

A 'friend' of the actor told reporters: "Over the course of the evening, he had been getting increasingly wound-up with people coming up to him telling him how great he looked in those shorts as he came out of the sea in Casino Royale.

"Daniel sees himself as a serious classically-trained actor who spent three years with the RSC, and brought real depth to the role of Bond.

"First of all, he loses out on the Bafta, then everyone from Jonathan Ross downwards spends the night talking about how buff he looks in swimming trunks.

"He left the awards and went straight to the Grosvenor House and every five minutes was telling Satsuki he wanted to go. But his studio execs were adamant that he should stay on to show willing.

"Even when Dame Judi (Dench) came up to commiserate with him, she was given short shrift.

"Judi tried to have a laugh with him calling them a pair of losers - since she lost out to Helen Mirren too - but he didn't see the funny side.

"By the time this journalist popped up trying to have a joke about his shorts, Daniel was ready to rip someone's head off."

Jonathan Ross, who hosted the BAFTAS ceremony, spent much of the evening ridiculing Craig’s physique and eye-catching swimming trunks. If a female actress had been told by a hack that she might have won an award if she’d worn her bikini, the public would no doubt have cheered if she responded by slapping the journalist.

While much has been made of the fact that the reporter who got the tongue lashing happened to be gay- it’s an rrelevant fact in the story.

Craig is possibly the most gay-friendly, straight actor in the UK. He’s played gay in three movies and has publicly admitted that he’s be happy for James Bond to enjoy a queer sex scene.

The highly talented pin-up snogged Rhys Ifans in Enduring Love and had violent sex with Derek Jacobi in Love is the Devil, directed by the very gay John Maybury. This is not a man who is uncomfortable around gays or has unresolved sexuality issues

I had the enviable pleasure of ‘meeting’ Craig at a special screening of ‘Infamous’- the second film to focus on Capote’s ‘In Cold Blood’. He is rather more serious than one might expect, extremely assured and broodingly sexy. Sorry, Daniel, but it's true.

Quite how Johann Hari managed to bother him with such a silly suggestion is beyond me. He reduced me and my sister (Julia Who?) to mute, mortified statues when he stood next to us at the bar in the Kaplinsky Hotel. We both stopped breathing for at least two minutes.

That said, his performance in Infamous is of a Brando-esque intensity and it’s understandable that he’s pissed it didn’t get more attention than Bond.

Unfortunately for Craig, this snippy reaction to all this drooling will only make the situation worse.

Here at GAY.com, we sympathise with this shallow interpretation of his acting skills….and would like to say to Daniel, that not all gay journalists are like Johann Hari, and if you ever need to let off steam, or need a shoulder to cry on- the door is always open

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Craig shaken and stirred by reporter's remark

12.02.07

All that visceral, muscular acting has, it seems, left Daniel Craig rather wanting in the humour department.

It might have been hoped that Craig would react with James Bond-style nonchalance - or at least magnanimity - at being passed over for a Bafta at Sunday night's awards in London.

Yet it appears that he became so wound-up after being beaten by Forest Whitaker in the best actor category that he shunned the whirl of afterparties and almost got involved in brawl with a journalist.

The evening did not start too comfortably for Craig, who appeared visibly uncomfortable at being praised for his honed looks by show host Jonathan Ross - then bristled with annoyance when Whitaker was announced best actor.

Craig left the awards at the Royal Opera House on the arm of his girlfriend, producer Satsuki Mitchell.

By the time the couple arrived at the Grosvenor House afterparty, a hotel security member described Craig as being "incandescent with rage".

It was at that point that the 39-year-old came face to face with journalist Johann Hari. Mr Hari, who is gay, said last night: "When we first spoke, he was in a vile mood. I just made a joke about how great he looked in his shorts in the film. There were so many ways he could have reacted.

"But instead, he called me a 'f***ing fool'. I hadn't said it nastily. He could have just smiled and said he wasn't in the mood for a joke, but he was actively rude and seemed to snarl at me. I watched as he lost out to his award. Every clap for Forest Whitaker was like a little fracture in his heart."

A source from the hotel security added: "Satsuki saw the situation was about to get out of hand. She knows that Daniel can react and did not want it to kick off in front of so many people.

"She rushed to his side and literally put her arm between them before this guy got thumped. It was clear that Daniel was not at all happy."

A source close to the actor added: "Over the course of the evening, he had been getting increasingly wound-up with people coming up to him telling him how great he looked in those shorts as he came out of the sea in Casino Royale.

"Daniel sees himself as a serious classically-trained actor who spent three years with the RSC, and brought real depth to the role of Bond.

"First of all, he loses out on the Bafta, then everyone from Jonathan Ross downwards spends the night talking about how buff he looks in swimming trunks.

"He left the awards and went straight to the Grosvenor House and every five minutes was telling Satsuki he wanted to go. But his studio execs were adamant that he should stay on to show willing.

"Even when Dame Judi (Dench) came up to commiserate with him, she was given short shrift.

"Judi tried to have a laugh with him calling them a pair of losers - since she lost out to Helen Mirren too - but he didn't see the funny side.

"By the time this journalist popped up trying to have a joke about his shorts, Daniel was ready to rip someone's head off."

Shortly after Craig's short discussion with Mr Hari, he left with Miss Mitchell and the couple retired to their suite at the nearby Dorchester Hotel.

Craig's publicist did not wish to comment last night.

Daniel Craig is a fantastic actor who jumped into a world of blockbusters and media frenzies. That he chooses to improve and demand more of that world rather than be engulfed by it is highly commendable. Expect not a star, but an artist. Good Health To All.

- Sofia Araэjo, Portugal

It cannot be easy to continually keep a smile on your face in an emotional and high stress situation. We keep putting our cinema idols up on these high pedestals and then shake our heads condescendingly when they occasionally happen to fall off. "Do not judge anyone until you have walked a mile in their shoes". Daniel, your true admirers will always like you for the complete package, with your talent always at the forefront!

- Leslie, Kitchener, Canada

Daniel is a great actor and he did a marvellous job with the James Bond role. I was captivated by his great acting, wonderful blue eyes and animal magnetism in that order of import. I feel for Daniel, he just wants to practice his craft to the best of his ability and be noticed for that and not these frivolities. I would be damned angry myself! Way to go Daniel-you have my support- I do not know how much good that's going to do you!

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Джеймс Бонд обозвал журналиста-гея "гребаным дураком"

На днях стало известно, что Дэниэл Крейг (Daniel Craig), сыгравший роль Джеймса Бонда в очередном фильме об агенте 007 "Казино Рояль", оскорбил журналиста-гея. Стычка между ними произошла на церемонии вручения кинопремии BAFTA, которая является британским аналогом Оскара.

Открытый гомосексуал Йоханн Хари (Johann Hari), работающий в газете "The Independent" и пользующися популярностью у читателей благодаря своим острым комментариям, рассказал, что Крейг назвал его "гребаным дураком" (fucking fool) после того, как Хари похвалил его внешние данные.

"Когда мы начали общаться, он был в отвратительном настроении. Я всего лишь пошутил над тем, как великолепно он выглядел в фильме в своих плавках, - сказал Хари. - Даже если ему это не понравилось - была куча способов отреагировать по-другому. Но вместо этого он обозвал меня "гребаным дураком", хотя в моих словах не было и намека на издевательство".

"Мог бы просто улыбнуться в ответ и сказать, что он не расположен шутить. Но он проявил грубость, просто нарычал на меня", - нажаловался Хари.

Шутка журналиста действительно была незлобливой, но понять обиду Крейга тоже можно. Звучала она так: "Дэниэл! Почему же вы не надели свои великолепные синие плавки? Возможно, тогда бы вы победили [получили награду]!".

38-летнего Дэниэла Крейга очень сильно раздражает, когда кто-то высказывается о его телосложении. Видимо, у актера развился своеобразный комплекс: он считает, что зрители воспринимают его исключительно через эту призму и не хотят видеть в нем большого артиста.

Во время церемонии BAFTA ее ведущий Джонатан Росс (Jonathan Ross) и сам не удержался от шутки в связи с известной сценой из "Казино Рояль", в которой Джеймс Бонд появляется из воды в обтягивающих синих плавках, демонстрируя свои внешние данные во всей красе.

Дэниэл Крейг учился актерскому мастерству в престижной лондонской школе драмы. Позже работал в Национальном молодежном театре и Королевском шекспировском театре. В 2006 году Крейг стал шестым по счету Джеймсом Бондом в истории человечества. Об этом напоминает Pinknews.

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ВЕТРЕННАЯ написал(а):

"гребаным дураком"

ну... что-то около того  :lol:

ВЕТРЕННАЯ написал(а):

после того, как Хари похвалил его внешние данные.

ага. так и было  :mad:  :D

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Мы недадим его в обидуhttp://img337.imageshack.us/img337/7711/img3vo2.gif

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ыыыы, какой класс  :lol:

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Betina

ыыыы, какой класс

Годимся в телохранители? :D

Отредактировано Balula (2007-03-02 18:54:11)

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Вот еще новости от геев :D

Дэниел Крейг претендует на звание гей-кумира                                                                          6 сентября 2006

Что бы там не говорили завистники о новом исполнителе роли Джеймса Бонда Дэниеле Крейге (Daniel Craig), а у последнего есть все шансы стать гей-иконой.
После сцены страстного поцелуя между двумя мужчинами в фильме "Печально известный" (Infamous) Дугласа Макгрэта, который представлен на Венецианском кинофестивале, персона Крейга привлекла пристальное внимание многих гомосексуалистов.
А чего стоит комментарий партнёра Крейга по фильму Тоби Джонса (Toby Jones)? "О, – многозначительно произнёс актёр на пресс-конференции, на минуту задумавшись над вопросом об ощущениях во время поцелуя с новым агентом 007.
– Немного колюче... Но в общем-то оно того стоило. Я даже и не мечтал о том, что когда-нибудь поцелую Джеймса Бонда. Я за этим не гнался. Однако теперь, когда я это сделал, могу сказать, что этот поцелуй станет первым из многих".

Мужчина, который поцеловал Джеймса Бонда                                                                                            2 сентября 2006

На протяжении многих месяцев многие умирали от желания узнать это. И вот вчера на Венецианском кинофестивале британский актер выболтал самую горячую голливудскую тайну. Его спросили, как это было – целоваться с Дэниелом Крейгом, новым Джеймсом Бондом.
"О, – произнёс Тоби Джонс, и на минутку задумался. – Немного колюче... но в общем-то оно того стоило".
Своими воспоминаниями он поделился на пресс-конференции, которую Крейг благоразумно прогулял, сославшись на занятость.
Для Джонса это был драгоценный момент. Он взирал на полсотни журналистов, старательно записывающих каждую фразу, слетающую с его губ, и добавил: "Я никогда и не мечтал о том, что когда-либо поцелую Джеймса Бонда. Я за этим не гнался. Однако теперь, когда я это сделал, могу сказать, что это будет первый из многих".
Актёр, известный по постановке The Play What I Wrote режиссёра Кеннета Брана, рекламировал картину "Печально известный" (Infamous) – вряд ли Ян Флеминг мог предполагать участие агента ОО7 в подобной истории.
Джонс играет откровенно гомосексуального писателя Трумэна Капота, который, по словам режиссёра Дугласа Макгрэта, без памяти влюбляется в бродягу Перри Смита в канзасской тюрьме.
По словам режиссёра, он выбрал Крейга на роль Смита, так как ему нужен был актёр одновременно "убедительно жестокий" и "очень, очень уязвимый".
Фильм с абсолютно звёздным составом кажется кандидатом на "Оскар" – в нём снялись Сандра Балок, Гвинет Пэлтроу, Сигурни Уивер и Джулиет Стивенсон.
Сценарий охватывает шесть болезненных лет, которые потребовались Кейпоту для написания книги "Хладнокровное убийство" (In Cold Blood) – о том, как Смит и его сообщник убили семью из четырех человек на ферме в Канзасе в 1959 году.
38-летний Крейг известен своей жёсткой игрой в фильме "Мать" по Ханифу Курейши, где он занимается сексом с обнаженной бабушкой 60 с лишним лет в исполнении актрисы Энн Рид. Но новая роль требует от него быть гомосексуально жестоким и нежным одновременно.
Согласно сценарию, его герой, думая, что Капот ему симпатизирует, рассказывает ему, как с помощью ножа и пистолета убил семейство в попытке ограбления. Но, узнав от тюремщика, что Капот назвал свою книгу "Хладнокровное убийство", герой дожидается его в камере, прижимает к стене и практически насилует. Оба актёра прекрасно сыграли шок от этой встречи.
Позднее их жизни так переплетаются, что Перри чувствует зависимость от своей дружбы с писателем. Во время другой встречи в тюрьме они обмениваются долгим поцелуем.
В конце фильма, перед казнью Джонса, Крейг целует его в щеку.
Фильм выйдет на экраны в октябре, за месяц до дебюта Крейга в картине "Казино "Руаяль", создание которой обошлось в 79 млн фунтов.
В Венеции – где снималась кульминационная сцена очередной серии бондианы – Джонс рассказал, что с Крейгом они знакомы с тех пор, как вместе снимались шесть лет назад. "У нас много общих друзей. Однако ни он, ни я – не геи".
Сцены в тюрьме, снимавшиеся в Остине, в Техасе, были, по признанию Джонса, "довольно изнурительными".
"Я всегда понимал, что снимать эти напряженные сцены в таком узком пространстве будет сложно", – заметил он.
Джонс, сыгравший в "Гарри Поттере и тайной комнате" домашнего гнома Добби, заявил, что он и Крейг преодолевали смущение благодаря своей "британской жилке".
"Работать с ним фантастически приятно, потому что мы – актёры-британцы, и относимся к исполнению таких сцен со своеобразным юмором. Мы работали очень серьёзно. Но в то же время и веселились".

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И мужики он него тоже в улете! Дэниел  жжот!

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Balula написал(а):

Немного колюче... Но в общем-то оно того стоило. Я даже и не мечтал о том, что когда-нибудь поцелую Джеймса Бонда. Я за этим не гнался. Однако теперь, когда я это сделал, могу сказать, что этот поцелуй станет первым из многих".

:lol: Джонс оторвался :lol: а Дэниэлу после его ролей как было не стать гей-кумиром?  :) пусть теперь не жалуется. 

Balula написал(а):

Своими воспоминаниями он поделился на пресс-конференции, которую Крейг благоразумно прогулял, сославшись на занятость.

а то, под любым предлогом прогулять надо было  :lol:


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