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Dakota Johnson is supporting her former step - dad Antonio Banderas ! The 30-year-old actress honored the 59-year-old actor with the Hollywood Actor Award for his role in Pain and Glory at the 2019 Hollywood Film Awards on Sunday (November 3) at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Dakota Johnson got the seal of approval from mom Melanie Griffith and dad Don Johnson to take on the controversial role of Anastasia Steele in Fifty Shades of Grey. Now, we finally get to hear from another important father figure in Dakota ' s life: her stepfather Antonio Banderas .
Family ties run deep.
At theon Sunday, Antonio Banderas won the Hollywood Actor Award for his performance in Pain and Glory. And presenting him with the trophy was none other than his former stepdaughter Dakota Johnson. (Banderas to her mom Melanie Griffith for 20 years before the .)
"There are infinite possibilities for how relationships and family dynamics play out when parents re-marry," she began her tribute. "Sometimes when your parents re-marry you might experience varying degrees of a living nightmare. You may spend your childhood and then some of you adult life, depending on how much therapy you've had really railing against the cosmic joke that seems to be playing out in real time."
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Mr Johnson said he feels 'deep regret' over missing the former deadline, which he was compelled to extend to the end of January. Whether the Brexit Party succeeds in getting any MPs elected or not, Tories fear the party could play a major role in splitting the Leave vote.
Dakota Johnson calls Antonio Banderas 'Papi' as she presents Best Actor award to former stepdad after he brings her half-sister to Hollywood Film Charlize Theron looks autumn chic in checkered caramel sweater as she steps out with daughters Jackson and August in Los Angeles.
"I come from a family of many a marriage and I got very lucky," Johnson continued. "I got a bonus dad who I realized that, over time, is actually one of the most influential people in my whole life. When I was six years old, my mother married a man who brought an unbelievably bright light, a whole new world of creativity and culture and one remarkably magical little sister in to our family."
"My stepfather—f---! Antonio Banderas burst into our lives," she told the audience. "He was so vibrant and so fun and so funny and his English was abstract and we found it absolutely amazing. He loved my mother, and my siblings and I so big, and so fiercely and so loud, that it would change all of our lives together."
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"Antonio taught me about true passion and discipline," Johnson raved. "He would spend hours, and days even, in his office trying to get to the nucleus of something he had become interested in, or a role he was preparing."
She gushed over what it was like to like to watch andthroughout her childhood—all that Shrek swag was an added bonus, as she joked.
"Now, as a grown woman working in the same industry, I understand that Antonio is one of our finest artists in film, stage and television, in multiple languages," Johnson admitted. "As an actor, director, writer, singer, his range is absolutely astounding. I can look back on his entire career, and time after time, his performances and endeavors as an artist have made an imprint."
And there is only room for more. "The greatest thing is that he just keeps getting better," she declared. "It's is an honor to give you the Hollywood Film Award for Best Actor."
After accepting the award, Banderas thanked Johnson for continuing to see him as family, dedicating his award to her and her sister Stella Banderas, 23.
"I want to dedicate this to two people that I love, one is right here, Dakota, for something very simple, because you always call me papi, and still now you call me papi and I love that!" he raved. "You have no idea how much I love that!"
Antonio Banderas has "immense responsibility" to play as Picasso
Spanish comedian Antonio Banderas, who is shooting "Genius Picasso", TV series for National Geographic, playing the famous painter, tells AFP he feels "a huge responsibility" for respect of the "hero of Malaga".
On the set of the series, in the studios of Budapest, the comedian grimaced in the guise of an aged Picasso (1881-1973), recalls that the painter "was born on (his) land", in Malaga, the capital of Andalusia.
The comedian says "growing up in the shadow" of this "very imposing figure" who, he says, is "probably the most important artist of the twentieth century".
"When I went to school holding my mother's hand every morning, we were crossing the Place de la Merced", where Picasso's birthplace is, he remembers, in a controlled English, to the charming Iberian accents.
"I know I'm going to be scrutinized and criticized," he adds with a laugh, "as Picasso knew, when painting + Les demoiselles d'Avignon +, that some would want to kill him because it was not suitable at the time. "
The series in ten episodes, scheduled April 23 in France and the 24 in the United States, seems "a very interesting vector" to tell the story of "such a character".
He has to spend five hours doing makeup to look like old Picasso.
"Then we must learn to use this mask, take the measure of these eyebrows, this nose to do it justice," he argues.
But the exact resemblance "is not the biggest challenge," notes Antonio Banderas, "we are not trying to reproduce a museum of wax".
Historical accuracy is one of National Geographic's strengths, he notes.
- "To grasp his truth" -
The biggest difficulty, according to him, is to "understand Picasso", his political and artistic choices, the nature of his friendly and sentimental relations.
"You have to constantly read between the lines, trying to grasp its truth: the complexity is there," he explains.
The narration of the series is not "chronological", he continues, adding that the series begins with the Nazi bombing of the Basque city of Guernica on April 26, 1937 to help the Spanish nationalist troops.
"We are doing a kind of cubist painting with constant back and forth" in the existence led by "the all-powerful" Picasso. Alex Rich
("Glow", "True Detective") embodies the painter in his early years.
"I'm coming to the screen before him," he says. "The old Picasso is watching his life in the rearview mirror".
The actor is in contact with Olivier Picasso, the grandson of the painter and Marie-Thérèse Walter, whom he reads "Picasso portrait intimate" (2013) which will appear on March 8 in an English version.
- "Incarnate the Picasso de Saura" -
Antonio Banderas remembers having dined once in Los Angeles alongside Paloma, the girl Picasso had with the artist Françoise Gilot.
"I spoke to her in Spanish when I realized that she was closing her eyes", he says, "I thought: + Oh my god, I'm boring this woman! +"
Then he dares to say, "Are you tired, I'm boring you?"
And Paloma to answer him: "Not at all! When I close my eyes, I see my father, (...) he spoke like you".
Picasso sticks to the skin of Banderas, whose "role has often been proposed to him". Moreover, the director Carlos Saura prepares a "Picasso and Guernica" that he proposes to him for some years and he will "perhaps end up accepting".
"It's a completely different way of approaching Picasso," he adds, "he focuses on this exceptional painting that is + Guernica +", inspired by the painter in the aftermath of the bombing.
Through this painting, one of the most famous masterpieces in the world, Saura leads "a reflection on civil war, violence (...) he wants to make a painting, literally".
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