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You know, at the end of the season, I watched Ravenous with Bobby. And I came in, was chatting him up about it. That scene where he finally snaps, and they’re all in the cave looking for the bodies, and he’s outside and you realize. “Oh, my God! It’s him that’s the killer.” And he starts doing that… [makes chittering noises] like a chipmunk with his hands. And I’m like, “That was terrifying.” So in the middle of a scene I’m at the console at the Destiny bridge, and I’m doing something. And I could hear, at the back of me - it was just Bobby and I on set - I could hear… [chitters]. And I turn around and he’s coming towards me just like he did in Ravenous. I swear to God, I was terrified just for a split second.
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Castlevania actor Robert Carlyle talks about his role as Dracula.

by Ben Reeves

When MercurySteam started work on Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, it envisioned that Gabriel Belmont would be a muscle-bound Conan the Barbarian type. Once actor Robert Carlyle (Trainspotting, 28 Weeks Later) came on board, however, the team decided to shape the protagonist into a more grounded, thoughtful character. During recording sessions for the first game, Carlyle wasn’t given a lot of [sic] work with — the team didn’t even have concept art to show him. In Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2, Belmont has taken on the role of Dracula, so we sat down with Carlyle to talk how the actor has changed his approach to the character and how he prepared for voicing one of the most iconic villains in history.

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That accent. Whenever he says: “In actual fact…” And giggling at his own anecdote about the guy with the sunburned balls. Perfection.

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Robert Carlyle at Edinburgh International Film Festival [x]

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Precious bb.

i’m cry

You don’t even have a… oh honey *pat-pat*

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Trainspotting: The Reunion - Robert Carlyle Interview

“After 17 years, the cast and crew of the brilliant British film ‘Trainspotting’ (1996) came together for a very special reunion screening in London. This unique event was part of a fundraising initiative for the London Film School, and on stage at the Ciné Lumière in South Kensington after the film were director Danny Boyle, actor Robert Carlyle, producer Andrew Macdonald and David Aukin, the Channel 4 executive who commissioned this lively, inventive adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s novel in the first place.”


Just some smiley Bobby from the HiBrow interview 


When [Danny Boyle] said to me that Ewan was gonna play Renton, because I’d done some pieces from the book for the theatre company in Glasgow at that time, and we’d stolen some pieces from the book and I’d played Renton on stage and stuff like that, so it was an obvious kind of choice for me to go towards that. So when- that was over the water in the first five seconds, and the only thing I could come up with was Sick Boy…similar ages and stuff like that, as we were at the time. So I suggested that and he didn’t say, “no,” at all. And Danny, he said, “But what about Begbie, you know?” And I said, “I can’t see it.” He was interested on why not, and because I’ve done some stuff from the book I just see him as this…giant, like, big big big guy, like big scary, scary…you know, monster. And this is Danny, I wish I could claim it but I can’t, he said, “No, no, small psychos are the best.” He’s actually right.

Why did you choose the part of Begbie?

- Robert Carlyle, Trainspotting: The Reunion

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Robert Carlyle Interview from the new OUAT magazine. 


Robert Carlyle about being a sex symbol