Javier Bardem Really Learned How To Be A Magician For Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, Because Of Course He Did

Many children are introduced immediately No country for old men Oscar winner Javier Bardem with the release of Lyle, Lyle, crocodile. After a career of serious, mature roles like in skyfall and dune, the Spanish actor plays a goofy showman in the family-friendly musical. But don’t worry, Bardem has taken his commitment to his craft seriously lyle too, especially when it comes to portraying a song-and-dance man with magical abilities.

When CinemaBlend spoke to the directors behind it Lyle, Lyle, crocodile, Josh Gordon and Will Speck, the filmmakers, shared with us Bardem’s very specific homework for the film. In Gordon’s words:

He had to learn magic. We had a magician on set hanging around teaching him tricks. And then the guy was so entertaining that we kept him over to chat and then Javier started learning his tricks and would come over and show them.

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