Joaquin Phoenix opens up on playing Joker in DC movieJoaquin Phoenix to play The Joker?VIDEO: Roger Federer faces some REALLY TOUGH questions from Will FerrellAs readers and audience, we’re used to reading interviews that usually have a motive, an endgame, where the interviewer is supposed to extract some information out of the interviewee but these are the kind of interviews that we expect. I do appear in a few movies that are coming out at some point this year.”
From talking about their collaboration with Gus Van Sant to talking about horses, this conversation takes many weird turns. 2018-04-03T11:27:05+05:30″>
Published: April 3, 2018 11:27:05 am
Will Ferrell interviewed Joaquin Phoenix and it turned out to be the most bizarre conversation. Night Shyamalamadingdong?” and pat comes the reply “No”. After Ferrell is convinced that he has done the job he was assigned he says, “Well, I think we’ve covered all the pertinent topics.” and Phoenix’s reply just says it all, “I think we should’ve ended it in the beginning.”
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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd While Phoenix doesn’t have a strong opinion on the same, it definitely reads like Ferrell would skip such interviews on any given day. That would look so funny in print.” and Phoenix goes, “I think it would be great, but what do I know?”
In all honesty, this could be called the most casual conversation that we’ve read in print by these two actors. Night Shyamalan, did you ever just once call him M. Phoenix’s nonchalant attitude makes this conversation even more fluid. I don’t have time to sit around and read this bullshit”.” To which Ferrell replies, “Let’s just call it. Ferrell asks Phoenix if he is tired of questions like “What drew you to the role?” or “How did you prepare for it?”. They are both not big fans of photo shoots and social media and this gives them even more to bond about. But the funniest bit comes in when Ferrell asks, “When you worked with M. So when Interview Magazine decided to interview Joaquin Phoenix, they chose Will Ferrell for the job. Sample this, Phoenix starts off by calling out the redundancy of interviews and says, “Don’t you hate when these interviews drag on and on, and it’s like, “F*ck it, I’ve got things to do. Their telephonic conversation ups the bizarre scale quite a few notches but it’s the kind of bizarre that makes you read on. Ferrell asks him, “Are you doing this interview to promote something specific?” and Phoenix replies quite casually, “Honestly, I have no idea.