Edward Norton claims that he worked out for three months and ate lots of protein to add the 30 pounds of muscle for the role. We don’t buy it. Apparently Arnold Schwarzenegger, a close friend of Mr. Norton’s was concerned and had contacted him to ask if he was using anabolic steroids in his preparation for the the film. American History X ‘s main character Derek Vineyard needed to be a jacked and menacing figure in order to be a terrifying nazi. And, let’s be honest, if white supremacists all looked like the “before” picture up there, it’d be hard to take racism seriously.
I am thankful for the years I have been the Hulk because it has taught me a lot about pantomime. I’ve learned to be comfortable in front of the camera, showing all those emotions behind the white eyes and the teeth. When I did this speaking role, I only needed, at most, two takes. It was a breeze. I get a lot of attention these days, and although the intrusions—the kids, and the women who want to touch and kiss me—are sometimes difficult to deal with, I still love it. I waited a long time for this, and I want more. My goal is to do a film, maybe a television movie. I love the feeling of being in front of a camera. There I am no longer shy.
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