Pedro Pascal: “Nothing is going to surpass it, even if I win ten Oscars”written by Marilia with No Comments
The actor has given an interview to the magazine GQ in which he has unveiled these data about his origins and also has other issues such as his relationship with the new Spanish cast of ‘Narcos’ or his experiences filming the series ‘Game of Thrones’ Who has explained to the famous magazine, has been the professional experience of his life: “nothing is going to beat it, even if I won ten Oscars. I fell completely in love with that cast, the locations, everything.”
The role in this hit series came at a time when Peter had already begun to assume that perhaps his dream was not going to be viable and had been raised that maybe making a living with acting anonymously, “could also But then came ‘Game of Thrones’ and everything changed for me. “
Pascal remembers to GQ what his reaction was when he learned how his beloved character would die: “I was talking to the showrunners and in a very casual way they said to me: “We’ll have to send you to London to make up your mind.’ And I: ‘And why the head?’ And they: ‘Because you have to take your eyes off and crush your skull’ And I: ‘But is this how I die? Peter also has it clear and humorously answers the question of who is going to occupy the Iron Throne: “I think they are all going to die. I imagine the empty throne.”
Another of the news that are sounding strong in our country is the inclusion in the cast of Spanish actors Miguel Angel Silvestre, Javier Cámara and Tristán Ulloa, the Chilean has a good relationship with all but confesses that Miguel Angel joins a friendship that comes from “Michelangelo in particular is like my little brother. We met in America a long time ago and we became friends instantly.” The actor also admits to have some envy of the routine of his friend with the sport: “The discipline with the sport has always been very difficult to me. Sometimes I would kill him, but I also want him to teach me to follow a routine. “
We know that fame as an actor is often accompanied by a certain increase in the purchasing power, Pedro opines about what he has supposed for this change: “Yachts can not afford them. Yes I bought a car, but it’s a Mini Cooper, as well Which is not terribly extravagant.I’m already very done to my habits, and I think that is the luxury: to experience a certain level of exposure when you are older, you have already become the person you are and there are certain things that it is late to change “A nice thing about not being subjected to financial pressures is that I can do things for the people I care about. I know it makes me sound noble, but what I like the most in the world is being able to help someone.”
Pedro confesses to GQ that having shot with a Spanish team so creative added to his Spanish origins is something that has made him feel at home, moving to Spain is something that has pending.