Ray Winstone interview: Snow White And The Huntsman, Rupert Sanders, and The Sweeney
May 31, 2012
Ray Winstone chats to us about Snow White, his hard-man image, and why working with first-time directors gets his, er, balls tingling... Ray Winstone’s ‘hard man’ reputation precedes him, but it takes no longer than a second for it to dissipate.
In a Central London hotel room, at an advance press junket for Snow White And The Huntsman , in which he plays one of the eight (!) dwarves in newcomer Rupert Sanders’ radical, epic reworking of the well-known fairy tale, Winstone stands at the window, slowly working his way through a packet of cigarettes.
He’s super cool, but before long he’s gushing. Gushing about working with confident filmmakers, about the relevance of fairy stories, and about how lucky he feels to be a hard-working, in-demand actor.
He even talks about that ‘tough guy (Read More
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