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It's no small task to play "the smartest man in the world," but that was the job actor Matthew Goode ed up for when he agreed to play the role of Adrian Veidt a.
Ozymandias in Zack Snyder's adaptation of " Watchmen. One of the groundbreaking graphic novel's most perplexing characters, Ozymandias' looming big-screen debut has had comics fans wondering whether they'd be given more information about the character, his background and his, umm MTV News spoke with Goode to get his take on the character and the questions surrounding him.
He's also incredibly fit. He's possibly the greatest physical specimen on the planet. According to Goode, Ozymandias' ambiguous sexuality played little role in his portrayal of the character -- even if the character's fellow crime-fighters believed differently. He's more asexual than anything else. Right up there with the long-running debate over Ozymandias' sexuality is the more recent question of how Snyder will depict the massive creature that factors into the closing chapters of the story.
Although Goode said he had "no idea" how the beastie will appear on-screen, he assured fans it will look "as good as the cast you've already seen.
Fortunately, Goode has had a chance to see the "genetically engineered polar leopard kind of thing" named "Bubastis" that accompanies him around his base and appears in one of the promotional posters for the film. The actor told MTV the computer-generated creature's live stand-in was a bit less dangerous than its film counterpart.
It looks great. The "magic of cinema" continued to impress when it came to bringing famous historical figures to life for the film's superhero-inspired timeline, according to the actor.
From Mick Jagger to Richard Nixon, stories from production have often made mention of Snyder's massive cast of famous lookalikes -- and apparently there are a quite a few dead-ringers in the mix. They all look absolutely spot-on.
Nixon is spot-on and so is JFK. As for his character's one-line summary, the actor didn't have too much trouble explaining the driving force behind Ozymandias:. So what do you think about Matthew Goode's take on Ozymandias? Does he "get" the character? Let us know in the comments!Is matthew goode gay
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