Rachel Weisz Gets Into Character Via Her Shoes

“Shoes can turn you into someone else in an instant. I did a film called ‘The Brothers Bloom,’ and I wore really clunky boots—and I was this eccentric weirdo. And then in ‘The Whistleblower,’ I wore police boots that made me walk tough. [In 'Dream House'], I am a wife redoing a home we just bought, and I wore a lot of light sneakers that are all cute and homey and make me feel kind of—doo-doo-doo—I’m domestic and painting.”

Rachel Weisz tells Lucky that she often gets into character for her roles by channeling the feel of her shoes. I would like her to coin the term “shmethod” acting. As in, shoe method. [Lucky]Want to contact the writer of this post? {encode=”kate@thefrisky.com” title=”Email her”}!

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