Jesse Plemons, The Oscar-nominated actor of The Power of the Dog is the latest to respond to Sam Elliott’s harsh comments about the film. Elliott, now in the Yellowstone prequel 1883, spoke out against director Jane Campion’s picture on Marc Maron’s podcast, WTF.
However, Plemons told The Hollywood Reporter before the screening of her new photo on the red carpet, a gust of wind, Elliot’s words “made him laugh.” Like co-star Benedict Cumberbatch, Plemons said he had not actually read the comments and explained that everyone has a right to their own views. Jesse said according to ScreenRant, “I laughed when I heard it. I don’t know why. I haven’t heard it so I’ve told it to me. I know that’s part of what he said, but I It also sounds like you don’t like the film and that’s okay. Not everyone has to like it.”
Despite working in the profession for nearly 20 years and garnering a huge list of credits, Plemons has remained somewhat under the radar for most of his career. His major break came with Friday Night Lights, which led to appearances in such famous shows as Breaking Bad and Fargo, and has since held his own against the enormous acting talents of Joaquin Phoenix in The Master and Al Pacino in The Irishman.
interesting, plemonsOn the other hand, Jesse Buckley has carved a strong niche for himself in the independent film industry in 2016, co-starring with Molly Shannon among others, and most recently, I’m Thinking of Ending Things. Meanwhile, his first Academy Award nomination arrives for The Power of the Dog. Despite Elliot’s sentiments, The Power of the Dog has garnered 12 Academy Award nominations and widely praised for its fresh take on the contemporary Western genre.
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