January 25, 2011 by Post Team
Jeff Bridges, True Grit star Jeff Bridges”dit he had to ignore the Oscar-winning performance John Wayne, when he came on the same role in the Coen brothers remake.
Wayne won his only Academy award for playing the cowboy eyed Rooster Cogburn in 1969 in the West.
But the version of Bridges’ character – and the film itself – is attracting a lot of critical acclaim, with many saying the remake is a certainty for Oscar nominations. He is already taller Coen Brothers film bridging the U.S. and critics say they have breathed life into a kind of fatigue.
“Jeff Bridges”a told Sky News the key to its success has been ignoring the first movie and return to the Charles Portis novel 1968. This has reduced the pressure to follow in the footsteps of John Wayne. He said: “The Coen brothers,” said [we are] going back to the original book and forget the movie so I do not worry about the shoes of [the Duke] at all. “
The film also stars Matt Damon and is an interesting addition to the catalog of eclectic Coen is back.
Bridges said it was inspiring to work with them. The last time they collaborated was for The Big Lebowski.
“These guys are the real masters. They know how to make movies so well and know how to make it seem so easy. It was a series very relaxed and comfortable.”
Bridges enjoyed making the film and revealed that he is a cowboy at heart. The nominees for the 83rd Academy Awards were announced and a pleasant surprise was the emergence of the Coen brothers Grit great work in several of the major award categories. These include Best Actor for Jeff Bridges.
Bridges were named Best Actor Oscar in 2010 for Crazy Heart, and he is back in the mix again this year. Bridges cleverly played list Cogburn, the miserable, irritable, which protects young gunslinger Hailee Steinfeld in the film. Steinfeld was nominated for Best Supporting Actress.
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