In: 17.15.38 Out: 17.16.08
Sound Bite: Idris Elba – is the unique edge what attracted him?
Yeah definitely it attracted to me because it was a Guy Ritchie film and it was a bigger Guy Ritchie film than we’ve seen you know like we introduced the guy like 10 years ago and he’s grown, his films has grown.(talks) For the ambition and for the product that he turned out he was very very talented and still is and I was just really excited to sort of be a part of that growth um the script is fantastic and of course they had an amazing cast, so.
In: 17.16.31 Out: 17.16.52
Sound Bite: Idris Elba – how is Guy as a director?
He’s incredibly disciplined. Really so, you know what I mean, for all the sort of manic weird energy that comes from his films he’s very rigid about how he makes them and um and not rigid in the sense that he’s not pliable but he’s very kind of knows what he wants, he has it in his head and that’s it.
In: 17.16.57 Out: 17.17.10
Sound Bite: Idris Elba – does this world exist?
Elements of it do, yeah. Especially this world because this film you know isn’t dealing with sort of cobblestones and you know alleyways and pubs, this is like a bit more bigger than that.
In: 17.17.17 Out: 17.17.38
Sound Bite: Idris Elba – it’s the London of now
Yeah exactly it’s kind of like the old school versus the new school. It’s well, put together well and it’s quite accurate about what’s going on in London and in the world. A lot of, as the market, the trade lines start to dissolve and people really start to, if you’ve got money, you’re in.
In: 17.17.54 Out: 17.18.18
Sound Bite: Idris Elba – the real estate market is the new black market
Yeah exactly and it’s definitely um you know we’ve it in America, and we’ve seen that how the real estate market has you know sort of taken knocks and all these people taking advantage of a system that wasn’t guarded and now look at it and so I think you know RocknRolla it’s well observed.
Description: HRN-2710 RocknRolla Idris Elba
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