Watch: Michael Keaton Talks Candidly About His Career and His Approach to Acting in ‘Birdman’

Oscar nominee Michael Keaton. Doesn’t something about that just sound right?

After a long, varied career, Keaton had the performance of a lifetime in last year’s Birdman. Not only has he received his first Golden Globe and dozens of awards from film critics associations for playing an out-of-work former superhero actor trying to revive his career with a Broadway play, but Keaton is by far the favorite to win the Best Actor Oscar at this year’s Academy Awards.

In this nearly ninety minute conversation with Keaton presented by the Screen Actors Guild Foundation and moderated by Jenelle Riley of Variety, Keaton is his usual affable self but is also remarkably candid about his career and his approach to acting in Birdman. Check it out above!

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