Ben Mendelsohn Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ

Ben Mendelsohn breaks down his most iconic characters, including his roles in ‘The Year My Voice Broke,’ ‘Spotswood,’ ‘Mullet,’ ‘Australia,’ ‘Animal Kingdom,’ ‘The Dark Knight Rises,’ ‘Bloodline,’ ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,’ ‘Ready Player One’ and ‘Robin Hood.’
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Ben Mendelsohn Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ


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45 thoughts on “Ben Mendelsohn Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ

  1. This is why Marvillain is the least of Captain Marvel's worries. It's because her newest (and greatest) threat isn't in space. It was right here on Earth the whole time, and without Oscar, there is no one who can stop his evil plan to destroy everyone that gets in his way.

  2. Derek Cianfrance is one of the most exciting filmmakers ever to grace this planet. He’s only made four motion pictures and one of them is The Place Beyond the Pines, starring Ben Mendelsohn

  3. If you like Drama shows, watch Bloodline on Netflix. Mendelsohn's character 'Danny' is one of the best characters I've ever seen. It's weird, he's like a regular, kinda tortured soul type dude, but he's almost magnetic. (Is that a saying?). He is a great actor and again, the character just pulls you in.

  4. Danny Rayburn is one of the best characters I have ever seen put to screen, even surpassing Cranston in my opinion just for that first season alone. Such a shame barely anyone watched it … but glad he won an award for it. So deserved.

  5. Bit disappointed that there is no mention of his roles in Mississippi Grind or The Place Beyond the Pines, those were excellent performances and far more nuanced characters than some of his more "blockbuster" roles…

  6. I find it quite annoying how people nowadays think it's okay to label actors, like x would make a good villain in this or that. Why limit someone with immense talent to a certain kind of roles. Ben Mendelsohn is a beast of an actor & nails every role he plays.

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