While some Hollywood stars go through grueling multi-round auditions and go out of their way to impress producers, others believe studio owners should roll out the red carpet in front of them. At a fan meeting at the Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con, Cable creator Rob Leifeld shared a funny story about how he offered the role of a charismatic mutant to Oscar-winning Russell Crowe.|
“I was just going to bed one day when the devil pulled me to tweet Crowe,“ Hey Russell, would you like to try for Cable? ”,” recalls Lifeld. -It ended rather sadly. Not only did they yell at me for a long time, but also did not manage to get enough sleep ... Russell was incredibly surprised at my message: `` What does it mean to pass an audition? ''. Then my manager stepped in: “Rob, Russell doesn't go to auditions. Your message offended him. ” And then I got a call from representatives of the Fox studio, who fire me up for a whole hour. I had to quit social networks for a while.
As a result, the role went to Josh Brolin, who intends to work even better on the image of Cable in the upcoming X-Force blockbuster. "I'm happy with how my character looked in Deadpool 2," said the actor. -But now I can play him even better, because between me and Ryan Reynolds there was a really friendly and trusting relationship. "
The Topic of Article: You can't just take and invite Russell Crowe to the casting.