Making Music For Creed…
Fighting back tears from the spicy sauces, Tessa spoke about creating original music with Ludvig Göransson for the 2015 film “Creed,” saying that the pair locked themselves in a studio for two weeks to make the music for the film. She said:
“We had friends of his come over and write with us, like Donald Glover . . . and Moses Sumney and all these incredible artists. I’ve dabbled in music, but I’m not like them. They could do anything.”
Tessa even confessed that they could eat two cutting boards of the hot wings, that were kept in front of her, and “sit down and sing”. “It felt like preparation for the role — kind of like a fake it till you make it,” she added. Later, she discussed working as a bar and bat mitzvah dancer in her youth.
After tasting the spiciest sauce on Sean Evans’ roster, she managed to answer a few questions about her opinion on various GOATs. When asked what’s the greatest Kraft service snack, she said, “Hot & Spicy Cheez-Its”, and the greatest movie adapted from a book would be “The Talented Mr Ripley.”
Tessa’s Take On Comic-Con…
Evans also showed Tessa a picture and said, “You tell us the bigger story as a self-described people-watcher who also studied cultural anthropology, what is your take on comic con?” Tessa instantly said, “Comic con’s cool and I got to do it really anthropologically because I stole a stormtrooper uniform and I walked the floor, the whole time people were like, you can’t walk the floor, because you don’t have time and it would be just too chaotic.”
She continued, “So I just borrowed one of these things and took it to the floor and it was so fun.” She confessed that she wished she could do that for the whole day, wearing the stormtrooper’s uniform and also be able to “plan a real costume” and “a real look” but “really spend comic-con that way”.
While pointing at the face she was making in the picture, Tessa said that it would be great to be with someone like Chris Hemsworth. She said she was making that face because she thinks people are really into him.
Previously in an interview, Tessa Thompson, who came out as bisexual four years ago, thinks romance is a necessity to show Valkyrie’s queerness. “I think a part of really being able to normalize queer characters, Lbgtqia characters, is to allow them to exist in their humanity and that doesn’t always mean that they’re in love or in a partnership because plenty of us know that sometimes you’re not.”
Thor: Love And Thunder are released today in theatres. With the movie following a positive response in the U.K. and India, it is expected to follow Spider-Man No Way Home, Doctor Strange and Multiverse of Madness in terms of box office collection. So Marvel fans, prepared for the first day, first show?