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For Peter Dinklage, I imagine that Game of Thrones will crop up as a topic of conversation in every interview he gives, regardless of the intended subject matter of said interview. Still, in an interview with Collider, he was able to mostly talk about what he was supposed to discuss; the film he stars in alongside Elle Fanning titled I Think We’re Alone Now.
I Think We’re Alone Now
Here is what Peter Dinklage said when it came to the reasons why he became as heavily involved with this movie as he did:
“Well, I love not having to learn dialogue. No, it was a really lovely script. I got a hold of it somehow, and I’d been looking for things to help put together, in the early days. Sometimes, as an actor, especially when you get older, you’re just coming into the ninth inning and you’re doing your part of the job, but I love being a part of things from the ground up.”
“Having been doing this for a while, I know a lot of people who are good at it, and I can call upon them, but this one was one of those rare occasions where I’d never worked or met Reed [Morano] before. I knew of her film Meadowland, which I really love, and I just had a real strong visual sense that she’d be perfect for this material because, as you said, it is a world with very little dialogue.”
“You need somebody who has a beautiful visual aesthetic, and that’s what Reed excels at. Then I met with her, and we got along very well. Everything else fell into place. I had worked with Elle [Fanning] before, and Reed and I both thought she would be perfect for this part.”
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