January 25, 2011 by Post Team
Javier Bardem, “Javier Bardem”peut already be an Oscar to his name, but the Academy wanted to call his name, this time for his work in the film” Biutiful. “While the fifth place was planned to go to the veteran actor Robert Duvall for his performance in “Get Low” strong word of mouth (including a campaign by a friend, “Eat Pray Love” co-star Julia Roberts) helped give the final push for appointment Oscar.
Javier Bardem has an unusual souvenir from the first time he met his idol Al Pacino – he took a picture of his own face excited.
The movie legend was impressed by Bardem’s role in the 2000′s “Before Night Falls” and contacted the director Julian Schnabel for a meeting with the Spanish star, and Bardem admits he was overwhelmed by the prospect of speaking to Pacino, reports imdb.com.
He caught the moment before the meeting at the camera, so he would always remember his excitement.
“I remember waiting in the restaurant in Toronto for him to arrive. And Julian called to say that Al would be there in two minutes, “he said.
“I ran into the bathroom and took a picture of my face, just to get that face forever. And I looked like a teenager going to meet the Jonas Brothers. Like, “aaaahhhh! And panting. Of course, he came in was really nice and I could not even pronunciate words … I have met many times since. And it’s always the same, any he added.
“Javier Bardem,”which was nominated for Best Actor for” Biutiful “, said he was” very honored “by the appointment, especially since it is an international player.
“It’s really a great honor to be nominated performance in non-English speaking on behalf of all my colleagues in Spain and I want to show my gratitude to the Academy for support and recognition of this appointment for the Biutiful film, “he said in an official statement.
Fellow Aussie actress Nicole Kidman abroad said the “extraordinary journey”; she stuck with John Cameron Mitchell’s “Rabbit Hole.”
“This appointment reflects the entire heart and soul that these people put into it, and I can not thank them enough,” she said in a statement.
Meanwhile, Best Supporting Actor nominee Mark Ruffalo made his nomination for “The Kids Are All Right” in perspective by talking with the Wall Street Journal.
“One thing I know is I’m doing this for 20 years, and it took me 20 to get here,” he said. “In another 20, I am dead. I was really trying to enjoy it and soak it and really grateful.”
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