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Undoubtedly, the first season of Mr. Robot took the entertainment industry by storm. It garnered exceptional reviews and the subsequent seasons of this television show have, for the most part, been well received by critics. A lot of praise has been levied towards Rami Malek as Elliot Anderson as well as Christian Slater for his performances as the character of Mr. Robot.
Recently, Christian Slater has been promoting Bjorn Runge’s latest film titled The Wife which he has a supporting role in. He spoke to Collider about the movie in addition to Season 4 of Mr. Robot. Here is what he had to say about the fourth and seemingly final season of this incredibly popular TV show:
“Yeah, Season 4, and I believe that will be the last season. (Show creator) Sam [Esmail] always said it was going to be somewhere in that zone, and he didn’t want to go further than what he could creatively contribute to that storyline. So, I think that Season 4 will be it. I think they’re in the writers’ room, as we speak, putting it all together, but I have no idea what it’s gonna be, or if I’m gonna be floating in and out of scenes. I have no idea, so we’ll see what happens.”
Still, the main focus of this interview was The Wife and this is what Christian Slater stated when it came to discussing his favourite scene to shoot in the film:
“All of them were fun to do, but if I had to pick one, it would be the one with Glenn and I in the restaurant. I thought that was beautiful written. It was a fun opportunity to work with somebody that I had such great admiration for.”
“I love her subtlety and just the little cat and mouse, back and forth, manipulative conversation that we’re trying to have. My character is, to a certain degree, quite transparent in his attempt to be manipulative and use whatever tools he can use to get the answers that he wants to have. It was fun to have that scene. That was great.”
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