The actor was inspired by the film “His Small Number” from Isadora Duncan opposite an amazing Rock Hudson (Jake Pinging).
If there was a moment in “Hollywood,” Ryan Murphy’s latest series, available in Murphy, was to see Jim Parsons perform a seven-act dance in front of the Rock Hudson eye, played by Jake Pinging. The agent, who plays Henry Wilson, told EW how he was preparing to record the sequence.
And when I opened it, because I’m so scared, my first reaction when I read it was, ‘OMG, no,'” the actor recalls. is. “I don’t know if he loved me. Ten minutes or ten days to get this far, but it took me a while to go from this ‘OMG’ to ‘gifting’.”
What worried the actor most was that the show coincides with his character: “I wasn’t afraid to look stupid, I didn’t get many opportunities. Let us see, from God, I am a man who dances seven curtains.
But I wanted to make sure it made sense for Henry. It has a man who is dying, an artist who wants to dedicate himself to it and who is attached to it.
Parsons also admits that he himself composed choreography at home to mimic the style of dancer Isadora Duncan, who is often considered one of the creators of modern dance (including costumes) after watching some of his performances.
But first, everything did not go well. The translator hopes they will need it. Repeat about seven times and ask if it will physically affect you: “I am already 40 years old and I am not a gymnast at all. Luckily, the next day I was perfect. ”
Parsons estimates that they fired the integer about seven times at all times. Ultimately, his biggest concern was the physical cost it could have on his body. I can’t just be throwing myself like this.'” he counts. “But it didn’t hurt the next day, so thank you, Jesus.”