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Actors Roundtable: Austin Butler, Brendan Fraser, Ke Huy Quan, Adam Sandler & More
- Published on Jan 9, 2023 veröffentlicht
- Austin Butler ('Elvis'), Colin Farrell ('The Banshees of Inisherin'), Brendan Fraser ('The Whale'), Jeremy Pope ('The Inspection'), Ke Huy Quan ('Everything Everywhere All At Once') and Adam Sandler ('Hustle') join The Hollywood Reporter for our full Actors Roundtable.
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Actors Roundtable: Adam Sandler, Austin Butler, Brendan Frasier, Colin Farrell & More
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This was a just really inspiring and genuine hour of 6 guys speaking about their lives.
yeah i agree
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Ke is a badass, came back to acting after 2 decades and instantly got an oscar
Yes! Deserves it! Amazing performance!
Nobody wonders why Rob Reiner + Spielberg with all their pull never helped out the guy?!
@Ed M well clearly Ke has nothing against them so neither should any of us
DiCaprio hates his guy
I feel like Adam isn't getting enough love in the comments. Hearing the way that other actors have talked about him helping them stand up for themselves (Terry Crews for instance) and how he's just a normal dad/guy outside of acting is just amazing. He genuinely cares so much about people
The host totally skipped on him with one of the questions and didn't get enough time to talk.
I feel like it's not too big of a deal? Because he's been on a roundtable before, think of it as a legend returning with different stars 🤷🏾♂️. It kind of does suck but it's great we got to hear from the other guys especially Brendan, Austin and Ke.
We got adam a few times on roundtable...he is just letting the others shine more
There was probably stuff left out of the edit, that maybe he was asked. He also seemed to be very quiet anyway, maybe to give others more room to speak, or maybe he was more comfortable listening.
That's exactly why he was comfortable listening
The world was robbed of 25 years of Ke Huy Quan. He was amazing in Everything Everywhere All at Once! That movie deserves all the Oscars
In your opinion
In your opinion
Probably cause there very little roles for East Asian actors, outside of action movies.
Except Best Actor. That has to go to Austin Butler.
Colin seems such a self-aware dude. As he ages, I like him more and more as an actor. Such a caring group - watching these guys intently listening to each other and really trying to understand all points of view, is amazing....
I would say the opposite! He seems to be the only one from the six who lacks self awareness. Just talks a lot of Hollywood nonsense like with each sentence he’s trying to say something so profound and clever.
@Cameron Biermani think he just doesn’t care about retaliation and says everything that comes to mind, I feel like everyone else is just holding back
I cried hearing how Brendan and Ke reconnect and support each other. Not to mention the amount of gravity and respect Brendan brings to light for the themes of the Whale and the COVID environment it was made. You can tell how into the conversation Colin is, how he even feels comfortable enough to lean onto the table and put his head down. Austin and Jeremy talk so much about respecting the truth of each of their real-life characters to justice. I am amazed at how much care they are giving each other. Amazing group of men.
All. I love you all. But Jeremy is.
Ke Huy Quan's unabashed honesty from the opening, set the tone for the entire session... best roundtable... watched till the last second.
It really did set the tone perfectly.
i can't believe data is up for an oscar, so insane.
I thought the same thing right after he spoke and saw their faces
@j p at the begining i was like who is this guy and when i realized it was shortround i was so pumped that all these years later he is getting back into it.
@Timothy Carey Same here. Had no idea who he was til they showed pictures of the characters he played.
Ke Huy Quan went from being a refugee as a child, to becoming an Oscar winning actor. He is really very inspiring, and he’s a role model for people who come from impoverished backgrounds. The sky’s the limit, you can do anything if you reach out and take it.
Thanks to the inclusivity politics he won an Oscar.
Just look at how engaged Brendan is with Austin. He really connects with his struggle. I love this group of actors. Really great watch
When Jeremy shared what his therapist said, I had the same reaction everyone in that room did…nothing but value. The drive to push everyone away that Austin spoke about as he dealt with grief and depression…thats whats ive been doing for years. It was important to hear that the difference is he always did one more even when he was full of doubt.
I hope you are you are doing better now!
That's kind of the theme of the whole discussion; always assume there's a reason why you should get out of the house, do the thing that scares you. It was a matter of hope against hope in several of their stories.
@Melissa Thompson that's true
1 of them will make a difference
49:34 .... just to reply that moment too.
The way Brenden looks at everyone with such sincerity and focus is so sweet and REAL. It's so see these men just be open and talk.
Coming to this group interview after the Oscars is so cool to watch. Brendan and Ke are such genuine guys. Colin also felt extremely warm towards these guys. Great stuff.
Colin Farrell and Brendan Fraser are engulfed in this conversation. You can tell when someone is truly listening just by their body language. Brendan is about to cry at points in other people's stories and Colin almost looks childish in his wonder. What cool people.
Well said 👏
I totally love how both Brendan Fraser and Colin Farrell are so invested in everybody's story and always giving vocal or physical affirmations. AustIn Butler, too... that intent listening, leaning forward.
Ke as well!
I was thinking the same thing from the very beginning. I like to see when others really seem interested.
Ke Huy Quan too
These roundtable discussions are phenomenal. In a world where everything seems empty and hopeless, they give people hope. Just seeing these guys down to earth and expressing their true feelings with the struggles they've been through is such an inspiration.
I loved Austin Butler saying after starting to break out of his shell, "I'm not self-conscious, but others-concious"...what a profound truth!
Hearing Austin talk about Lisa Marie just days before she passed made the story of Elvis and his family so much more real. I'm glad they were able to do the project before she left.
I think the beauty of this roundtable is how all the actors left their egos behind and opened up to being vulnerable. Talking about their insecurities. And I think this was in part thanks to ke huy quan, who from the beginning set the tone for how the dynamic of the conversation was going to be. His humble and very down to earth way of telling about his life experience, made the atmosphere relaxed and made everyone feel in a safe space to talk not only about the success or situations inside the sets, but also about the fears and moments that influenced their life. Also the interviewer takes part of the reward for this incredible interview, because he was able to navigate topics that can be uncomfortable and delicate for people in a very open but yet respectful way. Bravo!
This Roundtable made me cry in minutes. Ke is awesome, as are Brandon & the others. Adam was class act taking the back seat & letting others be in the spotline to enjoy the moment they've been waiting for so long.
What really bothered me hearing Ke's story is that if his work on Everything Everywhere All at Once is any indication, we as a film loving public were robbed of 20 years of potentially incredible performances.
You're right. Let's just appreciate what we get to see. Kinda like how addiction robbed us of Samuel L Jackson's youthful performances
Very true. His speech about just being kind to each other in Everything Everywhere had me bawling. And how emotional and different his version of Waymond was compared to the other version(s), just amazing.
WOW! never looked at it that way
Hopefully this will pay way for future artists who'll not miss out on opportunities
53:18 *_"WE'RE STILL HERE."_*
This line got me to burst into tears. I love these guys. Best roundtable ever.
I am just so happy that Brendan Fraser & Ke Huy Quan both won SAG's tonight. No 2 men have ever deserved it more!
And now they both got their Oscars!
Now Oscars too!🎉
You can just feel how much Brendan cares about this charachter, it's beautiful to see someone so passionate about their art, he's a joy to watch
Jeremy representing and protecting the person he was portraying is SO beautiful. If an actor ever portrayed me, I would want them to have that much passion.
This felt like a therapy session in the best of ways, thank you to everyone involved with this production from the camera people, the staff, the amazing interviewer who let them all talked and asked such great questions and the actors who were vulnerable with each other and with us.
I was in charge of the marketing campaign for Elvis in the movie theater that I worked as when that movie was coming out and got to see a lot of behind the scene stuff, Austin was always so humble and you can tell he really respected everyone. I saw that movie like 5 times when it came out, each time had me sobbing and made me a massive fan of Elvis and Austin. People were still going in December to watch that movie or rewatch it.
I'll be watching the other movies!
you can tell Brendan is such an empath. he looked close to tears at certain points listening to everyone’s stories. really enjoyed this round table. one of the best i’ve seen in a long time. no ego, no pride, just people sharing their lives and struggles with pure honesty. it felt therapeutic, for them and for us.
He really is. I knew very little about him and recently watched him being interviewed and i was just so impressed by his humanity and warmth.
I’ve said it before I’ll say it again, Brandon Frasier is too pure for this world, and he must be protected at all costs. It’s a rare gift from the Gods to get a human on this planet that doesn’t hold grudges when he has every right too always looks out for the people around him and only ever exudes humbleness and genuine kindness for others
I'm 48, and he was my celeb crush for over a decade...and he's still just as attractive 30 years later because he's just a great human. Don't know him personally, but it's obvious he's a great man.
I grew up watching Adam, Brendan and Ke, this was a nostalgic yet heartwarming interview
Wasn’t expecting to cry but this really touched me
This was not only a chat but a therapy session that they all needed
I hope to see more from these actors
One of the best Hollywood interviews I've ever seen. Brutal honesty the entire time, great group of people.
All of them are gems, but Adam, Key, and Brendan have a special place in my heart. They are so genuine in this interview and I felt like it made the other actors feel more comfortable to be sincere, as well.
Such a great group of actors who respect and understand eachother's struggle. Hearing their coming up stories is inspiring and it's great seeing them earn the success they have and learning from eachother
50:40 is just beautiful. Brendan Fraser completely engrosses you because of how emotive and gentle he is. Everyone just instinctively leans in; Absolutely loved this round table
I never knew Colin was such an intelligent, insightful, and well spoken person. He is a natural poet.
He's Irish. They tend to have a way with words, and the Nobel Prize agrees.
It is a revelation for me too. He is so intelligent.
if you havent seen the Lobster, watch it, its the weirdest - yet amazing (off the wall) movie he's done...
He's Irish, poetry comes naturally, born in hardship, or it's called blarney.
I have never watched an interview from this channel, that was amazing. Every single one of them so humble and thoughtful even with so much success. How wonderful
Here after the Oscars. So happy for Brendan and Ke .The most genuine and humble actors in Hollywood.
Man, I seriously just had to hold back tears every time Ke Huy Quan spoke.. Such a humble man, and someone I grew up knowing my whole life. This was a great interview for all parties and just fun and super interesting to watch.
This was one of the most beautifully tender, tremendously inspiring, humbly broken conversations amongst men that I have ever had the privilege hear.
I was so grateful that each of the actors had plenty of time to tell their stories without being cut off like in most interviews. It had a very calm feeling about it that allowed each actor to think and respond with their deeper insights. Also they didn’t interrupt or talk over each other - they were very respectful of each other. I was very impressed with each of them - not focusing on ego - but trying to share their own journey.
Some of the best chemistry ever on this roundtable. No competition, no ego, just some grounded, great guys listening to each other’s truths.
Did you say no ego? 🤨
@Felix the Cat didn't show any ego
Brenden, Ke and Collin are such delights to watch on screen and off screen. Loved the genuine conversation taking place. It's so sad we were deprived of their so many potential phenomenal performances just because opportunities in Hollywood were different back then (still is but lesser now). Loved to hear all these stories. The only roundtable I found was so warm and supportive after the one of Andrew Garfield, Dev Patel and Jeff Bridges. I hope to see more of all these actors in upcoming projects.
This was actually quite a poignantly inspiring and encouraging conversation of 6 men from different aspects of life all talking about their journey towards their dream
I just love Brendan. ❤️ He's a national treasure.
Wow not even 3 mins in and I'm already crying because of Ke! He is amazing!
I love how invested Colin is and how he shows it too. Makes sure they know he’s really listening to their stories
This wasn't just a roundtable, it was a full on therapy session.
Too much for me lol
This was my first actors round table and I am so glad it was with actors of multiple generations who admire each other and respect each other. And even more amazing is that all of them had a personal memory of Brendan Fraser showing his impact in the industry 👏👏
Ke Huy Quan is absolutely authentic, and I am absolutely in love with his ability to sustain. I absolutely adore all of these actors, and I love and respect the talent, and the work it takes to struggle, and overcome the obstacles of your own mind. Thank you for your art, and talent at bringing forth absolute emotion.
Ke's got such a unique past with most of us. Even if we never heard of him, it's a moving story of him getting this role and accomplishing what he did in this movie. But most of us also grew up watching him in such iconic roles that he's a part of our past. It makes it that much better seeing his success.
Who ever put this group together should get a bonus. Amazing stories and I could listen forever.
How great to see Ke again. As a kid of the 80’s I knew his voice instantly. I always wondered where he went and am so glad he’s back. Same goes for Brendan Fraser, I look forward to seeing what the future holds for them both.
Somebody please give Brendan a hug. He needs it and deserves it for everything he's ever given us. He's an inspiration to anyone who has truly felt left behind by the world
Where can I sign up for that?
@Nicole Schachtner He gets a LOT of love on Reddit. At a glance, it looks like his return to the screen has been warmly received and he's aware of that.
You sir are the here MVP comments
I can't believe you ppl keep buying "I'm about to cry" face, I'm so done with him and his narrative.
@Danny For a lot of people, it isn't at all about pity per se. For those of us who grew up with his movies, seeing him come back s sorta like running into an old friend at the grocery store.
Ke's advice at the end: when you have a dream and you doubt if you can ever accomplish it and when you can achieve your dream, he tells us to be patient. Your time will come. Look at Ke, though it took him 25 years to get where he is, he got his time now that he deserves. So helpful! Thank you, Ke.
I grew up with Brendan Fraser as a big action star. Very happy he is back on top.
I'm not familiar with Jeremy Pope but I am very happy I found him because he is amazing. I love how all of them gave space and support to one another. This was beautiful.
i’m looking for every project hims right now
Brendan Fraser had me holding back tears he is so genuine and humble, you can hear the emotion every time he speaks. so excited he has returned to film❤❤❤
Thanks for your continuous love and support Lauren ❤️❤️
I am genuinely happy for Brendan Fraser and Ke Huy Quan, it was a difficult journey for them but they persevered and are now being recognized for their talent 😊❤
Both, big parts of my childhood. Just started watching the mummy with my 12yr old boy. I can't yell you how many times "Indy!" has run through my head over the past 25 yrs lol I'll be watching Indiana Jones after we finish the mummy series
@ZLwh1ne Temple of Doom is first movie I remember seeint a movie theater, it was a big part of my childhood. "Dr. Jones, Dr. Jones"
@Joe McKim I was born in late 1990. Sooo uhhh I saw it numerous times in my living room at about 8yrs old on USA channel 😅
This was by far the best one yet! Everyone was so emotionally engaged and listened to what everyone had to say. And there was a lot of heartfelt stories with lots of struggle and pain and you could really feel it throughout the whole episode. I mean damn I probably cried like 5 times. Just beautiful!👏👏👏
I just hope that Jeremy and Austin know that they are sitting in a room of legends that paved the way for them. I’d love to even be a fly on the wall n surrounded by these 4 extremely talented actors.
I loved this group. So excited for Brendon and Ke....I remember Ke from the Goonies and I loved him. I'm glad Hollywood is changing and growing to be more inclusive. It's a much more interesting story to open up roles. Now I want to see many more roles open up for older female actresses. Men are lucky that they can be 50s and up and still get offered a variety of roles. Women in 40s, 50s, 60s, and up get stuck with mother or grandmother roles as of they aren't doing other things. I see it's better...with JLO, Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Anniston, getting better roles, but let's see more. And more women of color that are older as well. Please expand the characters to reflect more of society.
I love people who are passionate about their craft. Doesn't matter if you are an actor or a mechanic. To hear these actors speak with such passion, humility, and admiration for each other is inspiring. Loved every second of this.
Damn, what an eye opening round table with some of the most humble actors of the generation. These guys deserve the success they’ve gotten, lots of wisdom coming from people who’ve experienced so much.
I'm overjoyed with the renaissance Brendan and Key Huy Quan's careers are going through at the moment. They're both talented actors and deserve all of the praise they're currently receiving.
Brendan is average.
@Stoned Cabbage you're average
Being a GenX I will always remember John Travoltas comeback in Pulp fiction. Epic
Damn you can tell Brendan wants to cry at certain points and he should.
The man is a living legend. My childhood goofball comedian/icon.
Dang Brendan I love you man.
Keep doing you. ❤
I really loved the camaraderie, how supportive all of them were. Real admiration and respect. Even the body language... It's palpable the resilience in the room... I love all of them
Its so crazy when you think about the different trajectories of Adam and Brenden from air heads to now 😂
I love how GENUINELY seriously Colin is taking as everyone speaks, its almost like he is drinking it in like a man dying of thirst in a desert, he is engrossed in every person who is speaking and for some reason it caught me off guard and kinda made me like him more than I already did.
Every man there is a treasure to the medium and there was a great deal of important and useful information being shared here.
To everyone who participated in this round table, the actors, the gentlemen there. I genuinely am humbled by your humbleness. Thank you all for opening up, I hope it also helps many others who are struggling and trying. Truly inspiring
Colin & Brendan are so obviously into this entire conversation. It’s touching and beautiful. Also the humility shown by Adam as Ke is very special.
i remember when Fright Night came out, you could see it in his eyes in interviews. Dude knew he was getting a chance to come back and he was NOT going to act like he didn't care or that he was owed. He was ready to work cuz he appreciated the work and had seen what it was like to have it taken away.
I LOOOOOVE BRENDAN! AND SEEING WITH THSE GUYS AND BECOMING SO MUCH BETTER NOW, IT BRINGS TEARS TO MY EYES AND JOY TO MY HEART !!!
Wth happened to Brendan anyway, he disappeared from the movie scene
@Corey Ah right now I remember seeing a story
Best roundtable by far. Hearing all these talented actors speak about their truth and journeys on how they got to where they are today was so inspiring. Thank you for this.
I'm so moved by Ke Huy Quan. So humble and radiates gratitude and joy.. So happy these blessings came his way. So well deserved and just love hearing his story:) I'm loving this interview:)
Jeremy Pope is such a win to have for this, great person and great actor. Will be looking forward to watching his work in the years to come.
Great stories by everyone at the table. Just watched Elvis and that performance was Oscar worthy. I went down the wormhole of Elvis real performances and it's uncanny how well Austin recreated it .
About time Ke Huy Quan gets a spot at these roundtables, with such a great panel, too!
the way they were all RAPT when he was speaking ♥️✨
@Connor oh yeaaahhh! All the love and humility at this table, too! Best roundtable in a damn long time!!!
Hope to see him in more projects!! He was incredible!!!
@DisFatBihh711 He and Brendan Fraser both. Both of these guys are global treasures 😭😭😭 Such wonderful actors and they deserve all the best life can offer!
If it's his first role in 20 years then why would he have been on here before 🤣
I needed this. As a young actor, my sons were 2 and 4 when my wife died. Even though my dying wife made me promise I would pursue my acting 100%, my "why" was being a father. A 2nd marriage(nulled) and a 3rd son and my "why" remains Father... I have turned down more opportunities than I accepted because I felt would infringe upon my son's time with me; with their father. I am grateful for my roles I HAVE been able to play but I fear I am irrelevant. I keep going. And I have for 30 years. At 56, I can tell you that I have a deeper healthier relationship with myself which enriches the roles I get to audition and play. These guys were phenomenal mentors for me. So I loved and needed to receive, today.
Colin’s cheers and guffaws are so endearing. He’s making people open up. Great video
Brendan Fraser seems like such a sweet soul! You can see in his eyes how much kindness means to him and how much he cares about people and their journeys.
The emotions displayed in this, was incredible. You could tell each of them are being quite raw with details.
ke’s story is quite literally such an absolute point that representation in media is so incredibly important
This was a great round table talk !! Each of these actors had their own true life story to share w/ us . Not all where fortunate coming up in the ramks ( so to speak)
Utmost respect for Colin, what a phenomenal actor
I was riveted during this entire conversation. When the moderator was wrapping it up, I was shocked & hoped it was just for a quick break! I could have listened to these men for another 3 hours. They are encouraging me to not give up, to take bigger risks in my work and follow what makes my heart sing. Thoughtful, vulnerable and stunning. Thank you!
This was honestly so beautiful and so expiring. In a world of social media and Clip-Sharers, this really really was needed. Sometimes we can all forget our passion and what makes our hearts burst with happiness and determination. Thank you so much for this fantastic interview. A room full of greats and most importantly wise empathetic guys.
Not enough can be said about, all of us story tellers getting the opportunity to experience the genius behind the actor.
I learn and parallel so much of what is given.
Colin Farrell is the perfect example of how a person can completely change who they are. Not just by maturing but through hard work and being a better human being.
Going sober can have a massive impact
yes i agree, when he first made it big wow he was like a firework and it went right to his head. as with time and maturity he is a deep thinking humble guy now, and its humbling to see all these guys each with their own trials and tribulations
He is on one of the best runs any actor has ever had in history. And I am so glad I am here for it.
I didn't know he had an accent. I didn't know it was him until I saw his name. Last time I paid attention to him, he was experiencing substance abuse, but he looks amazing now!
Sobriety can do that to you
So inspiring ❤ I don't have any artistic tendencies and my health care job is so far from Hollywood, but I feel inspired and touched by all of these men to take this same energy and apply it to life in general!
Wow. What an hour. Class, vulnerability, and deep honesty on display from all these great humans. Ke moves me to tears. I am so impressed with all of them, how they listen to and lift each other up with kind attention.
This might be the best HR roundtable out there.
Very moving, and incredibly energizing, as one feels everyone is really there intending to be truthful and offering what they have..deprived of Ego, and therefore enjoying themselves.
What a privilege to watch.
Thank you to all who were involved, in this.
Ke's story always gives me goosebumps, I'm really happy he's back
That was so much more than I thought it would be. Tremendous respect for all. Delightfully surprised by some. Jeremy’s therapist’s insight has taken up residency in my head. 🙌🏻
Colin Farell is so exciting to listen to. He's astonishingly articulate, emotive and engaged that he makes any conversation fascinating.
I still thought of him as that young cocky guy he portrayed himself to be so many years ago -- I have such a newfound respect for him now!
I couldn't agree more.
I was impressed by how much of an active listener he is
He’s also gone through and has been lucky enough to come out the other side of addiction. It teaches you a lot about yourself.
Every time I hear Brendan talk.... It is so fragile, like he is holding back a lot of emotions. And I have seen it in other clips where he does let his emotions go. I have the feeling that the duality of him returning to Hollywood and the appreciation he is receiving versus the experiences that made turn his back is so emotionally draining that he needs to constantly hold himself in check....
It's endearing how Colin was really into the conversation, engaging everyone and being very chatty. I can easily see him handing done beers to the others as of they were looking time friends.
Blown away by this one. I watched it days ago and it's still resonating. These guys...their different journeys...their vulnerability and their humility...just so inspiring! Thank you for this magical grouping and episode!
I promise you all right now, the Hollywood biography of Ke Huy Quan's life WILL WIN AN OSCAR!
Living in Ireland when he said keep being bold he meant, keep being a bit crazy. And it’s important not to loose that. This session was surprisingly emotional!
Is it just me or is this the best round table i’ve seen to date? I was left completely speechless and extremely invested in every single individual story and perspective.
the only one I've actually felt the desire to finish
My thoughts exactly, I love and respect all these actors.
it truly is!
Definitely. Very engaging. Very authentic. Very passionate.
Seeing these guys have an honest conversation with each other about their strides that happened in their careers is a great thing to hear. They are all great in their own right and appreciate what happened in their lives that led them to where they are today. Great session with great guys
Brendan was a very big actor for me in the 90's im glad that hes alright and hes working again on bigger things.
This is beautiful. It felt so intimate and allowed the viewer to connect. So many ups and downs of these great icons. Glad I had a window to this interview.
so nice to see KE BEING SO HUMBLE AND GENEROUS, it really highlights how other actors have become so wrapped up in themsleves and their ego
I'm so happy for Austin and Brendan, and for the rest of the guys, of course. They're making history :)
Brendan is such a great listener. You can tell he's empathetic.
You can tell he’s gone through so much. He’s truly seen it all. What a guy!
yea is so everyone at the table lol
He’s an actor. It’s his job to make you believe he’s what you want him to be.
He’s an actor