The actor and director coincided in the 2016 film, ‘Sully’.
Clint Eastwood directed Tom Hanks, who had the leading role in the film.
He has learned his curious directing method on filming after a long career in western cinema.
At 91 years old, Clint Eastwood continues to give war in the world of cinema. The western star made the leap to directing Debuting with the film ‘Escalofrío En La Noche’ (1971), which was followed in the 70s by ‘Infierno De Cobardes’ (1972), ‘El Fuera De La Ley’ (1976) and ‘Ruta Suicida’ (1977).
Though the most recent film in which he has occupied both the role of director and lead actor is ‘Cry Macho’in 2016 he directed another iconic actor in the industry: Tom Hanks.
the actor of ‘Forrest Gump‘ and ‘The Green Mile’ starred in ‘Sully’, a film project in which he put himself under Eastwood’s orders. In a recent program the actor shared some funny anecdotes from this shoot, and he confessed that Clint’s directing method was sometimes too imposing on him.
Filming with Eastwood
“When you are in a Clint Eastwood movie you don’t even know the camera is rolling. And you just hear over your shoulder ‘Okay. Go ahead…’, says the actor. Although the normal thing in a film shoot is begin to act upon hearing the word “Action”, It seems that the director opts for a calmer phrase.
“Sometimes, you’re liking yourself and you keep doing it… Until you hear him say‘It’s enough’. And that’s it. After that, you turn the page and go to the next scene. It’s fucking intimidating“, says Hanks to the laughter of his teammates and the public.
During his anecdote they ask him if it is always like this. “Yes, although sometimes she says ‘Stop’. If you need you to do it again. But the rest of the time, yeah, she says ‘That’s enough.’ It’s like ‘Hey, thanks for the vote of confidence!'” jokes the actor.
Why drive like this?
Some Eastwood fans have recounted the reason why he has a habit of saying that. As the director has shot many western movies where horses were used, Eastwood knows that the directors’ cries for “action” made the animals nervous. That’s why, when he started directing he decided to eliminate the famous “action” or “cut” to a simple “We’re ready,” in a soft tone.
In ‘Sully’, the true story of Captain Chesley is told “Sully” Sullenberger, a pilot who became a hero by making an emergency splashdown in the Hudson River at its mouth in New York City on January 15, 2009, saving the lives of 155 passengers, crew, and possible victims in an accident over the city. For this Proyect, Hanks placed himself under Eastwood’s orders, a shoot that he claims to “remember forever”.
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