Austin Butler is crediting Quentin Tarantino for having the coolest and most welcoming sets around, citing a communal love of movies.
Austin Butler is on his way to possibly winning the Best Actor Oscar. Austin Butler is on his way to winning the Best Actor Oscar. After tasting a 39,000 Scoville hot-sauce on First We Feast’s Hot Twos, Austin Butler thought back to his time with Quentin Tarantino. It changed his view of what sets should look like.
“I don’t want it to sound out of school…It is really amazing when you’re at the set. It was amazing the first time I heard this. You know why?’ And the entire crew screams, ‘Because we love making movies!'” This is a motto that Tarantino has been using on the sets of most of his films both as a rallying cry and a reminder of why everybody is there in the first place.Although the director’s sets can be tight-he famously bars the use of cell phones-Austin Butler genuinely admires the Tarantino atmosphere, especially compared to others he has been on. “There are sets so sterile that there’s no joy. There are sets that make people feel like they are at work. You’re trying create something that you can give to the world. With Quentin, that was amazing because it just changed the atoms in a room. Every new crew member or actor is a part of the tribe. Every new crew member or actor is part of the tribe.[after a take]Note: As Austin Butler made his way through Sean Evans’ gradually strenuous gauntlet with hot sauces-concluding in “the last dab”)-he had peanut butter sandwiches and jelly sandwiches at his side. However, as Elvis Presley’s favorite sandwich was peanut butter, banana and bacon and Butler didn’t quite slip into the King of Rock and Roll’s voice, the actor seems to be following through on escaping the persona he tried so hard to encapsulate.What did you think of Austin Butler’s performance in Quentin Tarantino’s
Once Upon a Time in the West? Do you think he’ll end up winning for
? Let us know in the comments section below.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4E-yZKieeBM