By Jean-Paul Eliard
The October 21st, 2018
Hi Ryan First, I’m happy to do this interview about you
Can you introduce yourself for the visitors to cinema-movietheater.com ?
Hi, my name is Ryan C. Joseph. I’m an American actor who works primarily
in the Southeastern region of the U.S.
What did you like about the storyline and in your role in Zero which will release the 21th December 2018?
What drew me to the script was the notion of action prevailing against all odds. The main character beholds dreams bigger than himself, yet he does not waver from his logic and rationale which tell him that realizing his dream is impossible.
At the core of the story, action and passion prevail over logic and the physical forms. I try to live my life by that notion.
How was the filming of Zero?
It was a hot day and there were many “hurry up and wait” moments of course. The majority of the scenes I did took place in Orlando, FL at the UCF campus.
Many students were crying and trying to sneak on set to see their hero,
and the crew were friendly and very tight with each other.
As an American actor, I am not too familiar with SRK and Aanand L. Rai,
but I knew they were legends from another world, so it was exhilarating just to be on set with them.
When and why did you choose to be an actor?
There was no choice really. I am an actor. I have a compulsion to dress up,
speak in different accents and entertain people. Maybe I just want to be anyone else but me? I don’t know.
It brings me a fulfillment that I don’t find in daily life, and in turn, my daily life becomes more enriched from working with other artist—by the knowledge
that I contributed to a work of art that will possibly be viewed by generations to come.
What kind of movies do you like?
I love the sincere ridiculousness of American comedy, like Dumb and Dumber,
Old School, Zoolander, Tropic Thunder, and Pineapple Express.
I have a soft spot for twisted romantic movies involving insanity, drugs, deception—such as True Romance, Great Expectations, The Departed. I also love
period pieces, usually war movies, that draw us into the past with contemporary, universal sentiment—like Free State of Jones, Legends of the Fall, Lore, Aimee’
and Jaguar, and The Pianist. And the quirky, yet brutal, works of art like Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing Missouri, Antibodies, The Dallas Buyers Club, and A Quiet Place.
What is your next challenge?
The next movie I am working on, The Aaron Case, directed by Sarah Gora Peterson, will require me to explore the terribly dark theme of child abduction, juxtaposed by an intoxicated aloofness.
I don’t know if that makes sense---the best things usually don’t. I will also be working on Romello Blade’s The Gray People, which I look forward to since
I thrive in comedy.
Do you wish to add something?
Well, I thank you for your time and interest into my role on Zero.
It was an eye-opening event—meeting and working with an artist of SRK’s caliber. I found him to be a humble, gentle soul who was very understanding, patient, and perceptive. I can only hope to achieve 1/37 of his accomplishments.
Thank you very much for your interview Ryan and I wish you the best for your future
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