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She says, ‘Steven Spielberg just saw Multi-Facial,’ and I start jumping up and down because it’s a huge thing. As an artist you want people to see your film, let alone the King of Film. He loves it, and he wants to write a role for me in Saving Private Ryan. ” But of course, this was no fairy tale. Steven Spielberg didn’t drop from the sky in a cloud of magic dust, with big glittery wings on his back, waving a magic wand. He didn’t turn Vin into an actor. Vin did that for himself. And he won’t let anyone forget that fact.
The audience had to know that, somehow. That presented Vin with a big challenge. Luckily, Vin Diesel is a man who welcomes a challenge. “Because he was such a formidable character, he needed to remain formidable at all times, and yet adopt a childlike attitude,” Vin explained to Reeltime. “We were in the recording studio, the directors and I, and I had to take as much scripted emotion as possible and compact it into a single sigh or a single word. ” It was exhausting work. As Vin recalled on The Roseanne Show, “I wasn’t able to talk after each session because it was all guttural.
As Brad explained on the films Web site, “I am not a huge fan of designing characters to have the look of the celebrity voicing it. I feel that’s a very limited way of thinking. I prefer to approach the whole thing by asking who the character is and how does that character look. ” Still, Vin is pretty sure that some of his personality translated into the Iron Giant s movements and expressions. “Animation is a three-step process. They have sketches, then I did the voice, and then they came back and watched my performance and added that to the finished animation of the character,” he explained to Reeltime.