D&D Movie/TV D&D Movie Honor Among Thieves, actors interviews

darjr

I crit!
I'm really loving Hugh Grant's schtick in the interviews. I wonder if it's anything like his role in the movie.

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves' stars Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Sophia Lillis, Regé-Jean Page, and Hugh Grant discuss how they found their inner Rogues, how not to be upstaged by monsters, and why sword size is actually important.





MTV interview?!

 
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darjr

I crit!
Oh! Someone from WotC ran D&D for the cast. Sounds like it was a blast. I wonder who it was and if they'd ever post it?
 

Charlaquin

Goblin Queen (She/Her/Hers)
Hugh Grant not remembering that his character is a rogue and saying he thought he was something made up for the film definitely seems to add weight to the “he’s a polymorphed dragon” theory.
 


darjr

I crit!
This one might contain a spoiler.
Hugh says he's never done a movie where he played a monster....
 
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pukunui

Legend
Hugh seems uncomfortable in a lot of those interviews. A bit out of his element maybe? Lots of innuendo which feels kind of misplaced to me. Anyone else think so or is it just me?

He could just be playing up his awkward guy persona, I suppose.
 

Parmandur

Book-Friend
Hugh seems uncomfortable in a lot of those interviews. A bit out of his element maybe? Lots of innuendo which feels kind of misplaced to me. Anyone else think so or is it just me?

He could just be playing up his awkward guy persona, I suppose.
The thing is, that just who he is.
 



pukunui

Legend
Yes. A lot of actors do, actually.
I suppose. Looking at his Wikipedia page, I see that he is uncomfortable with his celebrity and with the media in general, so he probably just doesn’t enjoy doing interviews to promote his movies.

I also wonder if it has to do with him being older than everyone else. He is old enough to be Sophia Lillis’ grandfather, after all.
 

Charlaquin

Goblin Queen (She/Her/Hers)
Hugh seems uncomfortable in a lot of those interviews. A bit out of his element maybe? Lots of innuendo which feels kind of misplaced to me. Anyone else think so or is it just me?

He could just be playing up his awkward guy persona, I suppose.
He definitely does seem uncomfortable. Probably a combination of both of those factors, as well as presumably not being confident in what he is or isn’t allowed to say yet.
 





Yeah. On the Comic Con panel he looked really uncomfortable (I don't think he likes such things).....though he played well with the S&M / D&D mix up gag!
 

darjr

I crit!
I think the actors confirm that Hugh does play a villain. Sort of.

Also more about how funny it was and that the clip of the graveyard got laughter from the crowd.

Also 2billion if hours of D&D watched?! Live streams?! I wonder who told them that and if it’s an accurate quote and if it’s possibly true.
 

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