Eddie Redmayne revisits his most iconic roles in Les Misérables, Elizabeth: The Golden Age, The Good Shepherd, Jupiter Ascending, Savage Grace, The Danish Girl, The Theory of Everything, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.
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Eddie Redmayne Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ
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“The Theory of Everything” and “The Danish Girl”, so good!! I obviously cried while watching both movies
I unironically love Jupiter Ascending and I own it on Blu-ray. They don't explain anything so you have to watch it several times to understand what's going on.
I like that he can look back at Jupiter Ascending and acknowledge he just made some bad acting choices. It happens. Everyone think it’s good ability, bad ability but its more like who makes the most good acting choices.
one of the most interesting current actor who knows how to adapt perfectly to his roles and moreover he is intelligent
I litteraly love him more than anyone else in my life ever. He’s so sweet and so nice and just is such a comfort to me . Eddie I love youuuuu
Iss he a drug addict?
10:38 Danish girl
"texan meth head pedofile" had me spitting my drink
omg when he mentioned neighbours i was like gasping because i love neighbours
Am I the only one who is confused by the order these are put in?
SHOULDNT HE BE IN A WHEELCHAIR?
@2:39 has me WEAK
…who is Eddie Redmay…..and why should we care?
I can't possibly be the only one who went "REMUS LUPIN!" at 14:02
noNo EDDIE NO SWEARING
He didn't talk about Pillars of the Earth 🥺
Nobody wears that outfit. If they do.. 🙄🤣👌
WOW, hes actually the opposite of newt!
I thought I loved him before, now I’m on a binge of his interviews seeing his personality and he’s just u know the perfect man
They need to make an Aerosmith biopic with this guy playing Stephen Tyler
Now he can add Thomas Hayden, the anti-war activist to his résumé
This man was utterly brilliant in “The Trial of the Chicago 7”. Nailed the accent as well!
Eddie's moments of cursing:
Hope you enjoyed Eddie cursing.💛🖤
I loved him in The Danish Girl
When he auditioned for the role of Tom Riddle in Harry Potter…he didn’t know that he’ll be cast as our favourite Newt Scamander…
I am so happy he didn’t get the role of Tom Riddle😊
7:00 He is fangirling <3
i didn’t believe this guy was almost 40years old when i looked him up.
Im confused by the way they chose to jump all over the place in terms of timeline for his movies . I would prefer if his answers were in chronological order of his movies
I can’t tell if he’s amarican or English he sounds both
I actually loved the voice he put on in Jupiter Ascending because it really added to the character, the eeriness of it all and to how much you should want to hate him.
I love picket.
Pillars of the Earth should have been mentioned.
Eddie is the cutest and the most adorable creation of the creator 🥰
Am I the only one that thinks Eddie is such a cute lil bean
Can I just say my crushes are Adam driver and Eddie redmayne. I love the sensitivity and thoughtfulness of these two men.
hes such an angel
i feel like his jupiter ascending voice is good ifk man
he’s literally the perfect actor for newt, i simply can’t picture anyone else playing him 🙂
He is TOO PRECIOUS, protect HIM at ALL COST!