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Michelle Pfeiffer on TV talk shows to promote “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” | October 21, 2019

Michelle Pfeiffer on TV talk shows to promote “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” | October 21, 2019

Michelle Pfeiffer shows up at ‘Good Morning America’ and ‘LIVE Kelly and Ryan’ for “Maleficent 2”


 

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Michelle Pfeiffer continues to promote her latest film “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” in the U.S. after her Europe trip in Rome. She first shows up in “Good Morning America” on October 15 then 3 days later in “LIVE Kelly and Ryan” on October 18, 2019.

FULL INTERVIEW OF MICHELLE PFEIFFER ON “GOOD MORNING AMERICA” | OCTOBER 15, 2019

FULL EPISODE OF “LIVE KELLY AND RYAN” WITH MICHELLE PFEIFFER | OCTOBER 18, 2019

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Michelle Pfeiffer is still terrified she’s going to be fired every time she lands a new film role.

And despite earning multiple award nominations, the 61-year-old isn’t convinced about her talent.

“Truth be told I still worry (about getting fired),” she tells Live with Kelly and Ryan on Friday (18Oct19). “I used to shake, literally.”

She’s not a big fan of seeing her finished work either.

“I don’t like to watch myself. In fact the performances that I like are usually not the performances other people like. If I see a film… and I think, ‘You know what, I think I’m kind of good in that,’ which is rare…maybe I might get panned.

“And the movie where I go, ‘I really missed the boat on that one,’ people love it so I can’t gauge it.”

Admitting she likes her work in Married to The Mob and Catwoman, Pfeiffer is less keen to praise her performance as Queen Ingrith in new film Maleficent: Mistress of Evil.

“I love the film,” she adds. “I’m fine (in it). It takes me a while to get some distance. But I love Angelina (Jolie) and Elle (Fanning).”

The only downside to making the blockbuster was the frequent lack of scene partners.

“(There’s) a lot of green screen and acting to nothing and you feel foolish most of the time,” she admits. “I think that’s the biggest hurdle – not feeling stupid.

“But it’s also kind of fun to get in a harness and fly around.”


Michelle Pfeiffer has one specific bit of advice for new Catwoman Zoë Kravitz

 

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From one feline to another!  is the latest  with a message for Zoë Kravitz,  in Matt Reeves’ reboot The Batman. Pfeiffer, who portrayed the leather-clad character in Tim Burton’s 1992 movie Batman Returns, was on Good Morning America on Wednesday promoting her new movie , and offered a small but important piece of advice to Kravitz.

“Make sure, whilst designing the costume, they consider how you’re going to go to the bathroom — minor detail,” she explained after admitting the role is one her favorites and that she’s “so excited” for Kravitz.

“That’s not what I was thinking you were going to say,” GMA host Michael Strahan interjected, “but it’s a great piece of advice.”

“It’s an important one,” she added.