Last quote by Luke Evans
The [Snow White prince] phoned it in.
Mar 18 2017
Luke Evans has been quoted 7 times. The one recent article where Luke Evans has been quoted is Everything You Need to Know About Beauty and the Beast's Scene-Stealing Villain. Most recently, Luke Evans was quoted as having said, “I met Bill Condon, the director, and I got to sing the song. I knew I could do it. I knew I could sing. I knew I could do this role I was hungry to play, and I was also desperate to sing live on a performance stage, and this was it, and it just went really well.”.
Quotes by Luke Evans
Mar 17 2017
I met Bill Condon, the director, and I got to sing the song. I knew I could do it. I knew I could sing. I knew I could do this role I was hungry to play, and I was also desperate to sing live on a performance stage, and this was it, and it just went really well.
Mar 17 2017
It was very weird because for a long a time no one really recognized me from my films, but The Hobbit has totally changed that and I've had some really special moments, especially with youngsters. It's good for people to look at me and think this guy is doing his thing and enjoying what he's doing and successful at it and living his life. And that's what I'm doing and I'm very happy.
Mar 03 2017
Fear is not a good thing to fuel, and Gaston is responsible for that. But he fails – he fails miserably, and everybody finds love. Everyone!
Sep 21 2016
It's a story full of broken people, all suffering with their own demons and addictions and betrayal and loss and love… especially my character, he's dealing with a lot, he has a lot of questions he doesn't get answered. So I think we're all sort of in the same bag in this film, there's no one really who shines brightly.
Mar 16 2016
Even though the book is 30-years-old and the story was written by someone in the mid-70s, even placing the film in the late-70s it's still reminiscent of what we experience and observe throughout the world today. Human nature and society and the class system.
Sep 30 2014
We wanted to keep it raw and visceral and we were telling the origin story, so we had the freedom and the license to tell the story how we wanted to tell it and tell the story about the man behind this literary, legendary vampire.
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