September 24, 2022
Brendan Fraser breaks down in tears after six minutes of applause at the Venice Film Festival - Monet

Brendan Fraser breaks down in tears after six minutes of applause at the Venice Film Festival – Monet

Brendan Fraser breaks down in tears as he receives a standing ovation at the Venice Whale Film Festival (Image: Twitter reproduced)

Brendan Fraser has shown himself as a very emotional actor, especially at the current moment in his career, as he triumphantly returned to the spotlight with an undisputed deep performance in Darren Aronofsky’s The Whale.

The latest evidence that the “Mummy” star is Hollywood’s newest and most luscious melted butter came at the film’s premiere at the Venice Film Festival. We did not take it.

Brendan Fraser and director Darren Aronofsky (Image: GETTY)

Brendan Fraser and director Darren Aronofsky (Image: GETTY)

The 53-year-old actor was visibly emotional when he got out of the car with his wife right on the red carpet of the event and kept it on for as long as possible. But when he got to the cinema, where the audience gave him a standing ovation for six minutes, Brendan could not contain himself and was crying.

Brendan Fraser with his wife Jane Moore (Image: GETTY)

Brendan Fraser with his wife Jane Moore (Image: GETTY)

Fraser, who stayed out of the spotlight after treating physical ailments due to the many stunts he had on screen, was also suffering from the mental fallout of an alleged sexual assault incident that occurred in 2003.

will return to being In the spotlight once again as a 500-pound gay man You feel as if your life is coming to an end. Many are already talking about at least one Oscar nomination for Best Actor. Others have already put him as a favorite for the award.

Fraser was visibly impressed by the film’s response that he could barely stand as the audience cheered as the credits rolled as the film ended on video clip taken from inside the festival.

“Brendan Fraser is back – and cried during the six-minute Venezia 79 applause for the #whale,” Ramin Setudeh wrote on Twitter. He then added, “The ovation of #whale was so excited that Brendan Fraser tried to leave the stage, but the cheers of the audience made him stay.”

Brendan Fraser with director Darren Aronofsky and the crew of The Whale (Image: GETTY)

Brendan Fraser with director Darren Aronofsky and the crew of The Whale (Image: GETTY)

During a press interview before the show, Fraser expressed his gratitude for the “warm reception” he’s received since discussing his latest work. “I look forward to seeing how this movie makes such a deep impression on everyone like me,” he said via The New York Times.

In fact, the impact of Fraser’s performance is no greater than the effort of the makeup and effects teams who used various prosthetics to leave him looking impressive and convincing, but let’s face it, it would be nothing without at the time, which was confirmed with each passing day.