Celebrities React to New Yorker’s Jeremy Strong Profile

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The great philosopher K. SuccessionJeremy Strong after reading the split New Yorker Profile posted last week. A group of Hollywood stars came to the defense of Strong’s unusual acting style; Strong described taking the role of Kendall Roy “seriously” taking his own life. Actress Jessica Chastain Publish a statement in defense of Succession A play on Twitter, calling him a “lovable person” and “passionate about his work”. It also posted a statement by its director Aaron Sorkin on Strong, with whom he shared his full interview. New Yorker Author Michael Shulman. Sorkin called Strong “a wonderful actor and member of the company” and “not crazy”. Succession Executive Producer Adam McKay replied On Sorkin’s statement, describing Strong as “a beautiful man but a brilliant actor who was chosen into the succession precisely because of his passion which the New York writer ridiculed.” That’s cool and all but it leads us to a bigger question: Do Chastain, Sorkin, and McKay have a hangout to organize their defense of Strong, to me Stan culture?

Princess Genovia Anne Hathaway also sang Strong’s tribute to a black and white photo of him on Instagram that looks a bit like a “in a note” post. She described him as “an incredibly talented and innovative artist who is fully engaged and committed to the set, as well as someone who is passionate and open about life.” I made sure to make it clear that he is also a “fun” person. As the Hollywood elite continues to write their iPhone notes justification for Strong’s unique acting techniques, it’s possible that Jeremy Strong is mentally ill at Kendall’s birthday party not caring what those outside the family think.

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