Brendan Fraser gets emotional over TIFF award for The Whale

Brendan Fraser’s returning film, “The Whale,” is receiving a lot of love and acclaim at the current film festivals. first at the Venice Film Festival, and now at the Toronto International Film Festival. Brendan Fraser gets emotional over TIFF award for The Whale.

Brendan Fraser gets emotional during his TIFF Award acceptance speech


Brendan Fraser gets emotional

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Brendan, who has worked in the film industry for three decades, is overcome with emotion as his work eventually begins to bear fruit. Fraser became emotional as he remarked, “This is new for me.”

Brendan said, “Normally I’m the guy who hands these things out. Apart from being a part of some impressive and talented ensemble casts, I think the last time that I waited to hear my name called aloud to receive an award was in grade 4, and it was from the peewee bowling league… My mom said it was a major award. Also, engraved on the plaque was the name ‘Brian Fusher,’ so, Brian, if you’re in the house, you can pick up your trophy after the show. This one’s mine.”

Brendan received recognition for his exceptional rule as parent in Darren Aronofsky’s film “The Whale.”
He made the crowd and his co-stars get emotional throughout his speech.
Following critical acclaim at Venice and TIFF, both the film and Brendan have emerged as major contenders for this award season and the Oscars.
The plot centers around Fraser’s character Charlie, an overweight guy attempting to mend his relationship with his estranged daughter, played by “Stranger Things” actress Sadie Sink. Hong Chau, Samantha Morton, and Ty Simpkins all appear in the movie.
“The Whale” will be published in the United States on December 9, 2022.
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