November 5, 2011 by staff
“As much as I could,” he told Access Hollywood on the red carpet at the J. “Edgar” gala at the AFI Festival in Los Angeles on Thursday night, their efforts to become the film version of the historical figure.
“I really wanted to take a break and make all the real physical transformation. Of course, the film would not allow it,” Leo said getting into the shoes of the legendary historical figure and the FBI chief, J. Edgar Hoover. “It was a lot of weight to put on a very short amount of time. So luckily I had a lot of people around to help me in this transformation and I think it went pretty well.”
Leo felt playing the controversial man was a true honor.
“It was an honor to be able to play a character that was so different eccentricities, someone who was in power in our country for over 50 years, through eight different presidents, who was in the basement of the configuration of the country we know today, “said actor access.
“I did not agree with much of its politics, especially at the end of his career. But certainly, the world entered, transformed our country. He created a Federal Bureau of Investigation, and a police force that we have never seen before “continued Leo. “He was a true patriot in that sense. But as I said, I do not think that what he did later in his life was very commendable. Let’s put it that way.”
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