Collider had the chance to talk to Michael Sheen about another upcoming project and took the opportunity to ask him about Breaking Dawn.
Sheen revealed that he got the opportunity to delve into Aro’s insanity a bit more, this time around, and that he got to show more of what’s under the surface of the character. He also talked about how much he enjoyed working with Bill Condon and thought the director handled the huge undertaking of a two-part film with about 40 new characters and a huge battle scene brilliantly.
Sheen also stated that, while he was talking about doing a role in Dark Shadows, the announcement of his involvement was a bit premature, and he will not be doing that film. Check out what he had to say after the jump.
What can you say about what you’ll be doing in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn? MICHAEL SHEEN: It’s the same part that I played before – Aro.
Was there anything you got to discover in playing him this time around, that you hadn’t learned the last time you played him?
SHEEN: He’s more of a presence in these films than he was in New Moon, so I got to explore the character a bit more and probably fleshed it out a bit more. I don’t think that there’s anything that I learned. I just was able to go into the insanity of the character a bit more. I got to show what’s under the surface a bit more this time, which was fun.
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