How did this play make it to the big screen? Actor Geoffrey Rush is to blame! Listen in.
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The King's Speech Premiere
Tom Hooper: This film began as a play.
Geoffrey Rush: You’ll never know what's in it.
Tom Hooper: What's special about this story is you know all those stories about kings and queens harmonically into Shakespeare’s history are about the obsession for it and this is about going absolutely to the gorgeous thing one had.
Colin Firth: The passion he did not wanted and partly because of the issues with his speech it has set an insight in some issues that addressed about this issue of stuttering. It made him such an effective speech writer once the people knew that about him they knew that when they start speaking they were battling.
Tom Hooper: I thought about Colin from the beginning it was on my research about this character the King he was nice, Colin has one of the gentleness and humidity as a man that makes spiritually very connected.
Geoffrey Rush: The big scenes we have together in the film some of them are swift and thrilling and in the last so hardly my life.
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