When a child dreams of becoming an actor, he thinks of fame and glamour. And those positives can indeed come, but there’s also a tough side to it. In an interview with Vanity Fair, actor Lewis Pullman, who played Robert, said “Bob” in floyd “Top Gun: Maverick” revealed that he faced some difficulties recording the feature. The actor revealed that, during the recording of the flying sequences, the actors had to pee in plastic bags.
Lewis said that he had tied bags of powdered gelatin to his feet, because if there was an accident it would freeze and not come out. The actor didn’t say which co-worker used the bag, but said: “Let’s put it this way: I used both bags quite a bit.”
Watch the Top Gun: Maverick trailer (Video: reproduction/YouTube/@paramountbrasil)
About “Top Gun: Maverick”
The film tells the story of Maverick, a rebel pilot, skilled and not afraid of death. After 30 years of service in the Navy, the pilot gives up his captaincy, becomes an instructor, and trains new pilots, proving that the human stuff can still be very important in an age of technological warfare.
The film stars Tom Cruise as Maverick, as well as Miles Teller, Glen Powell, Jon Hamm, Val Kilmer, Jennifer Connelly, and Ed Harris. Directed by Joseph Kosinski with a screenplay by Ehren Kruger, Eric Warren Singer and Christopher McQuarrie.
Lewis Pullman’s Career
Lewis Pullman made his film debut in 2017 when he participated in Bang Bang “The Ballad of Lefty Brown”, a film starring his father, Bill Pullman. Lewis also took part in 2017 “Aftermath” (Revenge)appeared in Arnold Schwarzenegger’s film and “battle of the Sexes” Starring Steve Carell and Emma Stone. And in 2022, he joined the cast of “Top Gun: Maverick”.
The movie is available on Paramount+, GloboPlay, Claro TV+ and OE Play platforms.
Featured Image: Tom Cruise in a scene from “Top Gun: Maverick.” Playback/Instagram/@topgunmovie