(8 Nov 2003) original story = R10739
USA: BROTHER BEAR INTERVIEW - JOAQUIN PHOENIX APPEARS AGGRESSIVE TO JOURNALIST DURING INTERVIEW. R10739 R10739 n/a APTN
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People tend to forget this was shortly after his brother River Phoenix's 10 year death anniversary (Oct 31), and the character he portrayed has a special bond who loses a brother. I believe it was deeply personal for him to cope with, the interviewer was being heartless and he eloquently conducted himself.
He's right. He's just right. And honest. And both these things are so rare these days they're not even considered status quo. And that's sad, and I'm relieved that we have people like him in this world (thank God, bless him). Oh, and he's also IN PAIN. Brutal, real, deep pain 24/7 so it's good that he releases negative energy by being unpleasant in an unpleasant space instead of releasing that energy with self abuse and substance abuse. I'm on his side.
I just hate the entire 'Brother Bear' team and directors for casting Joaquin as Kenai. Seriously, i rewatched the movie last night after a long time of not seeing it, this time aware that Joaquin was Kenai, and i felt so bad for him specially in certain lines where his character mentions his brother who died. I'm sorry if it sounds rude but i found it even kinda disrespectful :/ i can't even imagine what Joaquin must have felt while reading and memorizing those dialogues....and this interviewer...i mean..everyone knows that the words "brother" or "River" is dangerous territory with Joaquin right? How stupid
Can someone explain to me what's the joke about? Cuz I'm not an english naitive speaker and I have trouble with comprehending what she meant by this "economical environmental impact in these troubled times"
Seemed fine to me. Everybody's been there you're trying to be professional at your job. And someone is not returning the favor. I kind of have that personality you get what you give I don't blame the guy at all.
Seriously. Why everybody is so mad about the journalist. Imagine your boss cames to you and put you into a interview with a Hollywood star about a fucking Animation movie no one cares, especially the VoiceActorr and the Journalist. What questions would you ask him? i bet both of them a pissed to be at this Interview.
He was a idiot letting flea and jealous assholes take advantage and kill River. His own older brother is dead because he was to ignorant to see what was really going on. Hair lip and retarded fool. I guess that’s a little bit of karma. He’s so dumb that he’s part of the reason River is dead and he’s been living off his family name with no talent since his death 💀. R.I.P.
Wether the actors hate these promotional interviews or not, they have to learn to deal with them. Show people like this that you can be riled and theyll all try to wind you up to get a reactikn man, THATS the way to get the interview on the news or something. They do so many of these, how many ever get remarked about on youtube like this?!? She and her editor will be happy.
haha and now he's firmly established himself as one of the greatest, most expressive, rawly talented actors of all time, and where is this snarky bitch?? Man it must be hard dealing with Hollywood cunts. I had a buddy who lived out there for a few years, and he said to me, "It's the most beautiful place I've ever been, but the people totally ruin it."
What a nasty person that interviewer bitch is! Joaquin is the nicest, coolest dude ever.... can't believe he stayed so calm during this. Mad respect for him. I wish people would give him the respect he deserves as a person and as an actor.
hes upset because before they start the interview she says something about these being economically and environmentally troubling times, implying hes only doing the movie for money or to fund environmental issues, so shes mocking him, and he takes the interview very seriously as an actor (as if thats what he actually does...) to make a point.
She was being a sarcastic b*tch, descreetly mocking him during the interview. Joaquin is a sweet guy, talented, very well-spoken and humble. I'm pretty sure before the interview something not very pleasing happened and he got pissed off with the interviewer or they had history from other interviews before maybe. He's a lot like his brother River(RIP <3), very polite and attentious during interviews even though he clearly doesn't like doing them, but if anyone starts being rude to him he smacks back at them("i don't believe you've ever cried in your life" i wonder what she did that got him saying stuff like that).
+bob dole I'm not sure he was considering murder. He just didn't like her fake condescending sarcastic lying attitude. I suppose you think he shouldn't have looked insulted and should have looked 'celeb' fake: "superrr happy". I'm sure he'd rather quit; integrity.
Her treating the most important issues in his life in a fake sarcastic laughing way is obviously insulting and disrespectful. What a terrible excuse for an interviewer. He read her like a book in 2 seconds. He could have said a LOT worse and stayed true, trust me :) People in his position are often too scared to speak their mind.. he said what he said and it was gold: that comment you refer to was JP intuitively reacting to her treating the thing like a joke, he was in effect implying she was painfully insincere therefore calling her out for being a fake. He's effectively saying "I don't believe"... 'in you as a person' - I think she will, at least transiently, learn a long overdue lesson about personal integrity.
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