“I don’t equate it with anything. I tried to prove myself and be known as an actor.”
Jacob Elordi not too happy when the Internet began to focus on his physical appearance.
In an interview with Men’s health, The 23-year-old actor, who became famous for playing Noah Flynn’s bad boy in “The Kiss Booth,” admitted that he “really cared about the king” when people seemed more interested in talking about his physique instead of his acting skills.
Kiss Booth 2 Macy Richardson-Sellers and Megann Young on set in Cape Town, their characters and more (exclusively)
“I trained a lot for the first film because he said it from the script,” Elordi said, promoting Kiosk 2. ” “I was so terribly nervous that I wouldn’t be what the script wanted me to be.”
“I was very young at the time and I was thrown into a world where everyone wanted to talk about my body … it really bothered me f-king,” he continued. “I don’t equate it with anything. I tried to prove myself and be known as an actor. It was so much and I hate every second.”
While he adhered to a strict fitness program for the filming of “Kissing Kiosk”, the native of Australia said he was not training for the second game, which hit Netflix last Friday.
“[‘The Kissing Booth’] it was all about the sculpture and the belief that I had this figure that I thought the character needed, “Elordi reminded, adding that he had recently started to include yoga and Pilates.” Now it’s more functional. I wanted to be an empty canvas and worry more about my health. “
“I wanted to be able to walk and run with my grandmothers when I was eighty, you know? It’s more about being functional as opposed to actual aesthetics,” he continued, jokingly, “Let’s be honest – I have no interest in going out. on the beach and looks like Rock “.
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Meanwhile, for his role as Nate Jacobs in HBO “Euphoria” Elordie actually lost weight.
“I wanted to go from bigger to smaller because Nate was going through his mental transition,” he explained.
Elordi also talked about what he did coronavirus quarantine – and said he had no idea when Season 2 of “Euphoria” would resume production, as the series was forced to stop filming in March.
“I think that everyone who is productive is just hoping for the best and constantly getting worse,” he told the magazine. “I just hope it can get better at first, and as a result, I can get back to work.”
As for now, the young actor has said he wants fans to enjoy “Kiss Booth 2.”
“I hope that everything in the world is happening, that the film can give them some repression in two hours,” Elordi said. “I hope they get a smile and find great joy watching the movie. That’s all I can really ask for.”
“The Kissing Booth 2” is available for broadcast on Netflix now. Check out an interview with movie stars Macy Richardson-Sellers and Megann Young here.
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