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Danny McBride stars alongside Luke Wilson, Kaitlin Olsen and Seth Rogen in Arizona, a black comedy thriller which has just been released in United States cinemas. In an interview with Collider, Danny McBride had the opportunity to speak about the film as well as his HBO pilot The Righteous Gemstones.
This is what Danny McBride had to say about how physically exhausting the role for this movie was:
“It’s pretty exhausting. I’m not one of those actors who finds pleasure in getting to be mean to people. I really just like to be making people laugh, but whether I’m doing that or I’m killing people, all of it is exhausting. This stuff is exhausting, especially because it’s a pretty low-budget film, and we were burning houses down and shooting people, and stuff.”
“Then, you’re doing all of these sequences, pedal to the metal. You’ll chase somebody through a neighborhood and do all of this action, and then you’ve got six more scenes to shoot, during the course of the day.”
The Righteous Gemstones
As I previously mentioned, Danny McBride was also given the chance to speak about HBO pilot The Righteous Brothers which he hopes will become a full series:
“Yeah, we’re really stoked. We just finished shooting the pilot, about two weeks ago, and we turn it into HBO next week, so hopefully they’ll go ahead and kick this sucker into high gear, and then we’ll jump into shooting this thing, at the beginning of next year.”
“We’re stoked about it. I directed the pilot, and then Jody [Hill] and David [Gordon Green] will be back for the rest of the series. It was awesome. We had a killer time. We have a good cast, and we’re really excited about it. I hope HBO is, too.”
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