When Lucas Hedges has to cry on cue for a scene, it’s something he stresses about, but it’s something he’s developed a technique for in his films.
If there is a hell, you have to believe that there’s a white-hot space reserved for some of the people portrayed in Joel Edgerton’s new film, Boy Erased.
Edgerton spoke about working with Hedges on the film and explained how his own experience as an actor helps inform how he works with actors.
“If I don’t go to work, I feel very lost and scared and confused.” – Lucas Hedges on Acting
With this these terrific actors he’s assembled, this is easily one of the best movies of the year.
Hedges reveals how a failed audition jumpstarted his career and how he mastered that tricky Boston accent for the Massachusetts-set film.
Hedges speaks about starring in the Oscar-winning film and his latest role in an Off Broadway play.