My favorite part of [voicing Darth Maul for Lego Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Out] had to be that “I’m So Awesome” song, of course. But I’ve done these Star Wars jobs for awhile now, and I’m a Star Wars fan, so I daresay I know Star Wars pretty well. So to be able to kind of poke fun at it is a good time, especially when you don’t really go too far with it. I have tremendous respect for George Lucas and Star Wars, but yeah, to take a not so serious approach to it is definitely a rare opportunity. - Sam Witwer [x]
honestly i’ve never related to matthew daddario and his pettiness more than that time at wondercon where some girls took a picture with him and then asked him who he was and he told them that he’s playing superman in the new superman movie
You know, seeing that Toshinori was downright shivering when thinking of his training with Gran Torino back then, and adding the fact that Izuku a) heard from Gran Torino that he had beaten up All Might until he puked and b) has gotten kicked and beaten by Gran Torino during his training, too… it really wouldn’t have been that far off to think that Izuku, like Toshinori, would become completely scared of the old man.
Look at how happy Izuku is when he sees Gran Torino, even though the old man is already raging like the worried Grandpa he is. He isn’t perplexed or goes “Uh-oh, he’s gonna beat me up, yikes!” but instant is genuinely happy to see his teacher.
Even when he gets kicked in the face, he still apologizes weakly and smiles slightly instead of ducking or becoming scared.
I really like how Izuku just accepts the rather rough treatment as a part of Gran Torino’s way of showing that he cares, instead of misunderstanding it as cruelty.
Izuku sees right through your cranky act, you old softie.
(Though, I think, in reality, Toshinori does, too.)
Heeey, there’s hot doc. I should say something to him. I don’t wanna sound crazy, but I wont because I’m totally lucid right now. Not like those other weak brained schmucks. Okay Sophia, impress him with your-