God of War Director Asks the Cast 10 (Strange) Questions

God of War Director Asks the Cast 10 (Strange) Questions


Hello everybody, my name is Cory Barlog. I’m the director of God of War, and I’m going
to interview my lovely cast, asking them a series of lightning round questions and challenging
their ability to answer quickly and succinctly. Are you up for the challenge my fellow castmates? Fingers crossed. Fingers crossed. Alright, and I have not seen these questions
in advance, so this is an adventure for all of us. Cory’s Qs. *laughter*
What was your first job? I have walked beans and detasseled corn. Detasseled corn. Fantastic. Alright, Christopher. My first job was a service station attendant. Subway, making sandwiches, elbow deep in tuna
and mayo. Fantastic, you were a sandwich artist. I was an *artiste*. That’s where the art began. What was the weirdest piece of direction I
gave you, you sons of bitches. It was something like, “It is maybe not too
late to recast. May or may not, see if that motivates you,
ACTION!” “Just like that, only better.” Probably when you suggested Han Solo, just
bring a little Han Solo into that Freya. Yes, I actually spawned a dream. Is a hot dog a sandwich? *whooooooo* Good heavens. We’re starting on that end this time, right? Yeah, you know, we’re going to mix it up,
Danielle you’re first. Not a sandwich. You’re gonna go *eh*. *Eh*. A hot dog is technically a sandwich. Oh look at that, already the fights begin. Alright, you’re deciding, what are you gonna
do? Hot dog a sandwich? Um, you know, I.. I uh… I’d like to say a hot dog is a fraudulent
sandwich. This one, we’re gonna start back with you
Danielle again, does pineapple belong on pizza? Indeed! Savory sweet. Blasphemous. Blasphemous. Hell no. Hell to the no. I think it’s a crime. What is your favorite thing about Cory Barlog? What a weird way for me I have to ask this
questions, fantastic. Let me count the ways. Lightning round! I couldn’t stop rhapsodizing about you and
articulating just how god-sized, polymorphously god-sized your heart — that’s the word of
the day, polymorphously. Don’t get me started. Please get me started. I would say Cory’s impeccable grooming habits. Look at that. I’m gonna say the beard. I’m a big fan of everything about the man
especially the beard. What is the best outfit for voice acting? *psh* I love these questions, even as they
perplex me. I would say anything involving a codpiece. Codpiece. I would say a onesie just like the one that
I’m wearing. Good for voice acting. That is pretty much the voice actor’s standard
outfit. It’s like the onesie we wore on set. It’s what I wear when I direct. Yet another uncomfortable question that I
have to ask, why am I the best boss you’ve ever had. I can answer it quickly. Quickly! Danielle. Why am I the best boss you’ve ever had? Like a father, very open, and welcoming, and
that wasn’t a short lightning round. Chris, why am I the best boss you’ve ever
had? Um, nurturing. That’s sweet. I would be very bandwagonesque, your heart
is, as we’ve been documenting, well-documented, it’s a god-sized heart. You are just all beautiful humans, okay, I’m
not supposed to read these. If you had to kill me… with something in
this room, *laughing* I love that this… what would you use? Paper cut! You would use the book of course, we go right
to the book. I would kill you with the guys who wrote these
questions. Beat me with them, that’s fantastic. I would kill you with kindness. Aw. Killing you softly with our song. Oh my gosh, that was beautiful, that was a
good way to end that one. Okay, that was a trick question, I’m too strong,
you can never kill me. That’s a statement not a question. You’re invulnerable! So who or what convinced you to become an
actor? Jeremy? I remain unconvinced. I think it’s really debatable that I’m still
in there. I can’t let it go. I’m not certain you’re even here right now. Paul Winfield, Kevin Hooks, Sounder. That’s so good, and specific. When my family reenacted the Wizard of Oz,
letting me play Dorothy in the backyard, a little Toto which was a stuffed animal, and
I poured the water on my dad as the witch. I was like, “Oh, I can do this.” You were like, “I got this.” The family was like, “Yeah, you can do this.” Do you guys want to hang out next Friday? *awkward silence* That’s such a lie! I want to hang out with you. I love you. Fraudulent! I want to stroke your beard! *CHRISTOPHERJUDGEFACE*

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