Sound Bite: Jean Reno – most challenging thing he had to do physically in the movie
Most of the time it is Steve himself. To tell the truth, when I saw the movie yesterday for the first time because I came from France, I was working there, and I had no chance to see the movie and it is difficult to when somebody is driving and you remember he moves, he looked at me and I had to drive and to take, that was quite difficult because it is difficult to believe that you will do that in real life and in my mind it was, am I doing well? You know that moment I was suffering in fact twice, haha, from outside and from inside.
Sound Bite: Jean Reno – did the cast ask him to be their guide in France
A little bit and it is a pleasure because I have my places to go like restaurants and you know theaters or and most of the restaurants their friends of mine, the chefs are friends of mine yes because I like to eat a lot so I take them or I invite them to my house because I have a chef coming in the afternoon because I have a big family and it help us to have somebody who cook for us, and like that they quiet and they can be by themselves and relax, you know. Yeah it’s a pleasure to chair in fact.
Sound Bite: Jean Reno – on Steve Martin
It is funny because he’s funny from his fragility. He’s funny from his universe inside from his own mind and when you, even when speaking with him like that in a group of people. Sometimes he will deliver a line and everybody will laugh. He won’t laugh because he’ll be surprised people is laughing but it is because he is a child inside, some part of him is a real child.
Sound Bite: Jean Reno – did he play the banjo?
Always and he has a record coming out. Oh that’s very difficult, I admire him because I don’t know how, I play a little guitar but not just like this. (talks) No because he’s so such a real pro, he’s a real pro.
Description: Pink Panther 2 Junket Jean Reno Interview
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