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PostSubject: London Has Fallen on set interview in Sofia, Bulgaria   Sun May 03, 2015 2:27 am

Video interview at link:

http://www.btv.bg/video/shows/tazi-nedelia/video-sabota/dzherard-batlar-vatreshnijat-mi-glas-kazvashe-ne-se-otkazvaj-ti-shte-uspeesh.html

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PostSubject: Re: London Has Fallen on set interview in Sofia, Bulgaria   Sun May 03, 2015 2:31 am

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Gerrard Batlar- star of "300" - exclusively for bTV

Saturday, May 2, 2015

British actor Gerard Butler was in Bulgaria for the shooting of his new film "Code: London". At the end of their stay the star of "300" speaks exclusively to Diana Lyubenova. 2110597138

Jerry Butler, thank you for your time.
It is a pleasure for me, I'm glad I'm here.

Welcome to the show! What was the biggest challenge for you in "Code: London"?
Many challenges had. This is a very large and ambitious project. Many things happen, there are a lot of action, tell a lot of stories, a lot of emotion. And when you do your job well and this is most important, is entirely dip. I worked as a producer in the film and was involved in writing the script, except that play in it. These were some very long days that run and are torn between a second and a third thing. Sometimes you just do not know where you are. But perhaps I should say that there really was a lot of action, helicopter crash, action by cars all the action scenes, which you can imagine. Many fights, love it, do not imagine it any other way. There are a lot of suffering.

He worked a lot over the years, make great movies, but when did you dream of becoming an actor?
It is strange that you say the word dream. I wanted to become an actor, even before you know what it means to be an actor. When I'm watching movies or TV, I did not know what to play, but I knew I wanted to be there - part of these worlds. I wanted to be where these people are. I wanted to be part of this love story, to go to another planet and then I realized that what I want to do is play these things, and to be as close as possible to those worlds, or part thereof.

When I was 11-12 years old playing in amateur troupes, and when I was 15, I dreamed that I play in the film. Of parts was in the film and in part was in the real world, it was a British film from the 80s, he says Crowe. His style resembles the movie "Lord of the Rings." There were dragons, flying horses, many antics and I dream that I'm there and I'm the king or prince, who is in love with the princess. It was a big craze. When you grip hands out flames. And when I woke up the next day, I knew I wanted two things. First - I was in love with the princess and wanted to find her, and second, I wanted to be an actor.

I went to my mother and told her: "Mom, I want to become an actor". And she told me: "Sure, son," and took me seriously, and I burst into tears and told her: "I must become an actor! I! I should do it! ". I knew I had and at the same time, a panic of that may never happen. Do you understand? Because I really need, you need to become an actor!

So you always wanted to become an actor?
Yes! Not always, but it was tides. Then I told myself - maybe I should be a doctor or a lawyer. I was interested in those professions, but if the inner voice told me: "Do not give up, you will succeed!".

You're a graduate of the University of Glasgow - right. He studied for a lawyer. Have you ever thought what a lawyer would be?
I even worked as a lawyer. In the first place I wanted to be a criminal lawyer, then I thought better of it and started working in a large law firm in Scotland and there had to train for six months in tax law, corporate law, litigation. I worked a lot in all these departments. That was enough to figure out for yourself that this is not what I want to do in life.

What did your mother on that day, in which you said you dumped right?
If I need to tell the truth, half I left him and it left me half. I actually left a week ago to qualify as a lawyer and I got fired. It was clear to everyone that this is not my place. The partners in the company were great, but I was told: "Your passion should be elsewhere May have to go looking for it elsewhere." My mind just was not there, I was not happy with her life and they saw him.

I had to call the same day my mom and tell her. During all these years, that he would become a lawyer it was a big deal because we did not have lawyers in our family. And I called her and told her: "Mom, I thought I would become a lawyer, but I got fired." And she said, "What? What will you do now? ". And I said, "Well now I will move to London and became an actor." And it happened the next day. The next day after I got fired, I climbed into the car and went to London. It was such a failure, but it was liberating. And I realized that in this big vacuum has nothing to lose - go there and try.
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PostSubject: Re: London Has Fallen on set interview in Sofia, Bulgaria   Sun May 03, 2015 2:33 am

http://www.blitz.bg/news/article/334317


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British actor Gerard Butler was in Bulgaria for the shooting of his new film "Code: London". At the end of their stay the star of "300" gave an interview with Diana Lyubenova for bTV. In the new film there were many challenges for the actor. "This is a very large and ambitious project. Many things happen, there are a lot of action, tell a lot of stories, a lot of emotion. And when you do your job well and this is most important, is entirely dip. I worked as a producer in the film and was involved in writing the script, except that play in it. These were some very long days that run and are torn between a second and a third thing. Sometimes you just do not know where you are. But perhaps I should say that there really was a lot of action, helicopter crash, action by cars all the action scenes, which you can imagine. Many fights, love it, do not imagine it any other way. There is also much suffering, "said he.

"When I was 11-12 years old playing in amateur troupes, and when I was 15, I dreamed that I play in the film. Of parts was in the film and in part was in the real world, it was a British film from the 80s, he says Crowe. His style resembles the movie "Lord of the Rings." There were dragons, flying horses, many antics and I dream that I'm there and I'm the king or prince, who is in love with the princess. It was a big craze. When you grip hands out flames. And when I woke up the next day, I knew I wanted two things. First - I was in love with the princess and wanted to find her, and second, I wanted to be an actor, "he said.



"I went to his mother and told her:" Mom, I want to become an actor ". And she told me: "Sure, son," and took me seriously, and I burst into tears and told her: "I must become an actor! I! I should do it! ". I knew I had and at the same time, a panic of that may never happen. Do you understand? Because I really need, you need to become an actor! "Recalls the star.

Regarding his stay in Sofia, he commented: "I love Bulgaria and Bulgarians love. I photographed here before ... 17 years Chekhov film, I think you mentioned Michael Kokayanis, director of "Zorba the Greek". It was a very different place and very different experience. And I'm very surprised at how much has changed for this short time. I always liked the Bulgarians. People who work in the film "Code: London" are great, very polite and helpful and are extremely talented. But most of the time I spent in Bulgaria this time, maybe 90%, or was in bed or in the studio. "

"I'll be back. But next time maybe I should not and producer of the film, because I have spoken with the other actors and they told me that it was unfortunate that I had more free time because they are taking a journey outside the capital and have been great, "adds Butler.
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