TORONTO — Sarah Gadon is an expert on making movies with directors named Cronenberg.
The 26-year-old Toronto actress made 2011’s A Dangerous Method, 2012’s Cosmopolis and the upcoming Maps to the Stars for David Cronenberg and 2012’s Antiviral for his son Brandon Cronenberg.
“Everyone always expects me to say that they’re really creepy and weird and bizarre,” Gadon said of the Canadian filmmakers. “They’re incredibly nice people and they’re really kind of normal Torontonians.”
Gadon, who appeared Friday on Global’s The Morning Show, also talked about co-starring with actors like Robert Pattinson (in Cosmopolis) and Jake Gyllenhaal (in the upcoming Enemy).
“I have these surreal moments where I’m like, ‘I’m pregnant with Jake Gyllenhaal’s baby’ and ‘I’m telling Robert Pattinson that he smells of sex,'” she admitted. “But you’re acting so the focus is on the work.”
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