First it was Salma Hayek, now it was Brendan Fraser’s turn. The protagonist of ‘The Whale’ took his favorite sweets to the SAG 2023 and distributed them among his friends. Here we tell you the funny anecdote.
Brendan Fraser is back and ready to stay. The Whale It is proof that he should never have been removed from leading roles and everything seems to indicate that the Oscar is almost in his hands. Darren Aronofsky once again delivered an outstanding performance in his new film, just as he did in 2011 with Natalie Portman in the black swan.
There is no doubt that the actor, whom we remember for his roles in George of the Jungle and The Mummy, has had an amazing time this awards season. Beyond taking a few awards, the interpreter has been seen extremely smiling even when his name is not pronounced in the Best Actor category. He is so happy to be back that he has even made other people happy at these events with one or two little gifts.
Similar to Salma Hayek, who during the 2023 Golden Globes could not resist the desire to take Mexican sweets to make the celebration more relaxed; Fraser also packed up a few sweets and distributed them in the sags red carpet. The actor always comes accompanied by his girlfriend, and both looked very funny and happy to make those who received a present from him smile.
One of these moments was caught on camera when journalist Marc Malkin of Variety interviewed Amanda Seyfried, who was nominated for the Netflix series The Dropout. the actor of To the devil with the devil walked past them and out of nowhere handed a bag of gummy bears to the reporter, which obviously got out of hand and proceeded to laugh. As if we were missing something to want it more!
After taking the Critics Choice Award and the SAG for best male performance, Brendan Fraser is the favorite to win the golden statuette next Sunday, March 12. Will he be able to wrest the award from Austin Butler and Colin Farrell? There are only two weeks to find out. And if you haven’t seen yet The Whalewe remind you that it continues to be screened in theaters in the country.