Rowan Atkinson makes a tough decision about Mr. Bean’s character
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aunque l Rowan Atkinson had a life before and after becoming Mr. BeanThis character made him one of the most famous comedic faces in the world. Before you play this ignorant English citizen, Atkinson already shone on the BBC With Not news for Nine O’Clock Above all, Blackader. It was January 1, 1990 when Mr. Bean was born in a special half hour.
Now, 30 years later, Atkinson announced it The end of this character is near: “I don’t really enjoy playing it. The burden of responsibility is not pleasant. I find it cumbersome and cumbersome and look forward to the end.”
Atkinson was the mr. Bean for five years on TV. The series’ success overtook the UK. It was seen all over the world. The character took to the big screen with two films: Bean (1997) and Mr. Bean’s Vacation (2007).
She also gave the character an animated version. This is where Atkinson does not mind continuing as Mr. Bean. It will only be to give voice to the few dialogues that have always characterized his series and movies. “It’s easier for me to play the character audiovisually, not visual,” he says in an interview with Radio Times.
Atkinson spoke at the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games. Sitting in front of an instrument, like another member of the orchestra, he made a drawing that took him to the mythical sequence of “fire chariots” on the beach.
In recent years he has also made his own bizarre comic version of James Bond (a fan of the saga appeared in Never say never again). She played the crazy agent Johnny English three times.
You are now involved in producing a New series for Netflix: Man Vs Bee, which tells of the adventures of a man with a bee while caring for a mansion. It will be 10 loops.
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