Omari Hardwick on Why Black Actors Can’t Go Full Method: ‘I’ll Get in Trouble for That’
While speaking with Vulture at the Sundance Film Festival, A Boy. A Girl. A Dream: Love on Election Night co-stars Omari Hardwick and Meagan Good addressed the challenges many black actors face when preparing for a new role. “I’ve never gone full method,” Hardwick explains. “I don’t want to be pulled over while ‘driving while method.’ Not fully method. I’ll get in trouble for that. That’s scarier.” Watch the video above for the full conversation.
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