Carpenter, Cassie
December 2007
Back Stage East;12/6/2007, Vol. 48 Issue 49, p7A
Trade Publication
The article discusses the experience of Ben Foster of working in the film "3:10 to Yuma," directed by James Mangold. Mangold called the Foster's performance in the film, miraculous, considering Foster had never ridden a horse or played a shooter before being cast. Mangold adds that it's not just about learning a skill as an actor. What makes a performance great is when one assimilate all that knowledge and skill and then spit it back out from the point of view of whomever one is playing.


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