Da: a lot of peo­ple seem to think that nowa­days, when an ac­tor gets a ma­jor part in a su­per­hero movie, he’s got it prac­ti­cally made—or that be­ing cast in a su­per­hero movie is a golden ticket that will open many doors to suc­cess. Is there some truth to thi

DA MAN - - Wheels -

yes, to an ex­tent. it all de­pends on the def­i­ni­tion of suc­cess. i think suc­cess comes from tak­ing new op­por­tu­ni­ties, tak­ing risks and be­ing proud in the work that you do.

in terms of suc­cess, “Stranger Things” def­i­nitely has been the defin­ing role of my ca­reer so far. There have been many high­lights, ob­vi­ously, but the film i’m most proud of to date is “as you are.”

i think peo­ple as­sume that act­ing is very much just about the ac­tor. But it’s not, it’s all about the col­lab­o­ra­tion. From the pro­duc­tion as­sis­tants to the di­rec­tors. it is a team ef­fort. and films wouldn’t hap­pen with­out all of these peo­ple.

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