Pedro Pascal is missing being on the set of ‘Wonder Woman 1984’
Pedro Pascal posted a picture in which he is seen wearing a wonder woman necklace as he is missing his co-star Gal Gadot from the movie ‘Wonder Woman 1984.’
The Mandalorian actor shared the picture on his Instagram handle. He shared a close-up shot of the Lego necklace. He captioned the photo, “I miss GiGi.” Gal Gadot commented on the post that he shared. She wrote, “ I miss you PP.” The funny thing was that Jaron Varsano, Gal Gadot’s husband also commented on his post saying that he too misses him.
The other cast members of ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ include Chris Pine in the role of Steve Trevor, Kristen Wiig as an archaeologist Barbara Ann Minerva, Connie Nielson essays the role of Hippolyta. The movie also features Natasha Rothwell, Kristoffer Polaha, Amr Walked, Ravi Patel, and Gabriella Wilde. Pedro Pascal will be seen portraying the role of an entrepreneur Maxwell Lord. His character is a villain and he also revealed that he had never been signed up for a role like this. The movie is directed by Patty Jenkins.
Pedro Pascal’s character Maxwell Lord is unlike anything he has done before
Every actor has a unique way of approaching their role. They try different methods in order to get into the skin of the character. Pedro Pascal also tried a different approach this time. He not only took extensive notes about the psyche of his character but also made a full-fledged scrapbook that was filled with ideas. He put in all these efforts because the role he is portraying has no connection with his previous roles. According to the trade, Pedro Pascal took photocopies of Max Lord artwork from the DC comics and then tried to add his own touch to the character. He says, “I felt like I had wake myself up again in a big way. This was just a practical way of, like, instead of going home tired and putting Netflix on, [I would] actually deal with this physical thing, doodle and think about it and run it.”
‘Wonder Woman 1984’ filming was halted due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The movie was previously scheduled to hit the theatres on June 5, 2020.