Brendan Fraser is back and his first major film role in almost 10 years has earned him critical acclaim.
Darren Aronofsky’s The Whale has been met with acclaim with most of it aimed at Brendan Fraser’s performance as the 270kg character, Charlie. When his name appeared during the end credits, the audience gave him a six-minute standing ovation.
Variety reporter, Ramin Setoodeh, showcased this praise that was so long that Fraser couldn’t actually leave the cinema.
Fraser will be proud of his efforts that saw him undergoing a body transformation and prosthetics to portray the obese Charlie.
Fraser told Vanity Fair that he “wanted to know what [he] was capable of.”
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