I’ve added screen captures from Hail, Caesar!
Josh posted this nice picture on his instagram yesterday:
3 photos from the photoshoot in February has been added to the gallery:
Josh is in Berlin for the Berlin Film Festival. Here are some pictures from today:
Josh talks The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter with The New York Times.
You can read the full interview here.
They also had a great new photo of him:
“I should warn you,” Josh Brolin said, calling from North Carolina. “I’ve just come out of the woods after three and a half months, and I’m a little crazy.”
He was in Asheville, working on “The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter,” his first project since “Hail, Caesar!,” Ethan and Joel Coen’s new satire of the 1950s Hollywood studio system. But the weather had stalled shooting, and Mr. Brolin had exited the Blue Ridge Mountains like a slab of feral Americana: 40 extra pounds of what he called bear weight packed on his rugged handsomeness.
“‘The Revenant’ is such a crock” he said, using some colorful language and adding, “compared to what we’re going through — I heard they had hot tubs on the set!” Arriving in October, he hiked woods and swam rivers while temperatures dropped into the low single digits.
“I deserve the Oscar,” he laughed. “I deserve five of them.”
That day may come. Mr. Brolin, who turns 48 on Feb. 12, already has an Oscar nomination for his portrayal of Dan White, a former San Francisco city supervisor who assassinated the gay rights activist Harvey Milk and Mayor George Moscone, in “Milk” (2008).
It arrived — a kind of clarion call — near the end of a 20-year dry spell during which Mr. Brolin lived in a state of perpetual panic, never knowing when or if the next project would come along.
“I never experienced for many, many, many, many years what it was like to have another job while you had a job,” he said. “People would ask, ‘What are you doing after this?’ I always hated when that question came to me.”
Josh presented the Art Directors Guild Cinematic Imagery Award to Oscar-nominated filmmaker David O. Russell at the 20th Annual Art Directors Guild Excellence in Production Design Awards on last night at The Beverly Hilton. Here are some photos:
Ahead of its US release next week, a new international character poster have arrived online for Joel and Ethan Coen’s upcoming comedy Hail, Caesar!