Pete Davidson Told Glenn Close He Thought She Was British During Their Actors on Actors Interview
Pete Davidson and Glenn Close are opening up all about their careers in Variety‘s latest Actors on Actors interview.
The two stars chatted with each other about their iconic roles, comedy and the fact that Pete was under the impression she was British.
“You’re so elegant and wonderful, I always thought you were British,” Pete, 27, shared with her.
In truth, Glenn grew up in Connecticut as “a little tomboy in the countryside.”
While talking about some of her most iconic roles, Glenn opened up about her time playing Cruella de Vil in the live action version of 101 Dalmatians.
“I asked to get some of the original dialogue from the animated feature because she said, ‘Chloroform them! Drown them!’ It’s really horrible stuff. I realized the meaner she was, the better she was. I loved that character,” Glenn shared.
Pete added, “Cruella is amazing. You were scary hysterical…Did you take any of Cruella’s wardrobe? It was so fabulous.”
“I got in my contract that I got to keep all my costumes that I wore in the movie,” Glenn says. “Then when they found out how expensive they were, they were unhappy that it was in my contract. They wanted to make another copy, another set, for me. I said no.”
To see what else Glenn and Pete talked about in their interview, watch below!
Just recently, Glenn opened up about how she was surprised that this actress won an Oscar.
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