Owen Wilson Reveals His Dream Costar Is Nicolas Cage: ‘I’ve Loved Him in So Many Movies

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The program of ability Owen Wilson has worked with onscreen is probably pretty much as brilliant as any Hollywood insider could expect. Be that as it may, there’s one entertainer he still can’t seem to consider a scene accomplice. “I love Nicolas Enclosure,” Wilson says when requested his fantasy costar. ” For reasons unknown that simply pops to mind.”

Talking solely to Individuals preceding Droop AFTRA’s work strike send off, the Zoolander star adds that he’d happily seize the opportunity to team up with Enclosure somehow or another: from 1997’s Face/Off to last year’s The Terrible Load of Huge Ability, “you know, I’ve simply adored him in such countless motion pictures.” Wilson, 54, showed up recently in the Sway Ross-motivated Paint. He will next appear as Kent, a priest, in the upcoming Disney film The Haunted Mansion, directed by Justin Simien. He admits with his trademark smirk that this is the first time he has played a priest, which is unusual considering his career.

“I don’t believe I’m a conspicuous projecting decision for a clergyman,” he prods of his personality, keeping more subtleties in front of the July 28 arrival of the film, which costars Rosario Dawson, LaKeith Stanfield, Tiffany Haddish, Danny DeVito, Jared Leto and Jamie Lee Curtis.

“Yet, he adds, “for this kind of attendant style minister who has his expulsions and his other kind of repertoire for managing the extraordinary — and he’s a smidgen of a sales rep where you’re not exactly certain assuming what he’s talking about is absolutely precise — that kind of character, I assume I’m happy with playing.” Notwithstanding Enclosure, Wilson tells Individuals he’d be available to a recurrent joint effort with an old costar. ” I love Jackie Chan,” he says. In Shanghai Noon, which came out in 2000, and Shanghai Knights, which came out in 2003, the two appeared together in Westerns, action, and buddy comedy, respectively. In Around the World in 80 Days, however, they only appeared together briefly. Since 2016, director Jared Hess has been attached to direct a sequel to the Shanghai series.)

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“That was an extraordinary model, sort of right off the bat, of somebody who’s a major star, what a diligent employee — and simply no demeanor,” Wilson says of Chan. ” And afterward so cooperative, totally open to us thinking of stuff. I feel that that positively made the [Shanghai movies] a good time for me to do. And afterward ideally a good time for individuals to watch, that kind of energy that he and I had together. “Wilson is also quick to praise Rachel McAdams, who played his onscreen romantic partner in not one but two movies, and Jennifer Aniston, who starred as his costar in the 2008 film Marley & Me. He remembers McAdams as “a great actress” in 2005’s Wedding Crashers with Vince Vaughn, but he saw the full extent of her talent in 2011’s Midnight in Paris.

“Her personality that she plays in 12 PM in Paris is clearly altogether different,” he says of McAdams’ contemptuous Inez, who is uncovered to be undermining her life partner. ” It’s truly entertaining to me that she could be so great — someone who’s Canadian, so normally respectful — can be so great at playing a person who isn’t that.”

The Spooky Chateau is in theaters wherever July 28.