Diane Krueger says she was Tarantino’s last choice in a film and detonates director: “He didn’t believe me"

Diane Kruger revealed all the trouble he has to Quentin Tarantino in an interview this Tuesday (11/01). The actress and director worked together on the classic “Inglourious Basterds”, 2009, and had in the cast names like Brad Pitt, Mélanie Laurent, Michael Fassbender, Mike Myers and others.

According to Krueger, Tarantino made it difficult for him to participate in the film since auditioning for the character, Bridget von Hammersmark, a German actress who works as a double agent for the Allies during World War II.

“He didn’t want to audition me because he saw a movie I worked on and he didn’t like it. He didn’t believe me from day one and literally the only reason he auditioned me was because there was no one else to audition for. “, she commented on the podcast “Reign With Josh Smith”.

Then the director blasted: “I had to pay my own flight from New York to go to Germany because he wasn’t going to see me in the US. So I had to get over all these obstacles that definitely pissed me off, but I was like, ‘fu*-s* him'”, he amended.

Krueger stressed that she was determined to show Tarantino that she was capable of playing the role, but said it was difficult to have to keep “changing the narrative”. “I think for him this must have been a lesson, sometimes I’m sure I do that too, you put people in boxes, you think they’re going to be one way and then they’re none of that,” he said.

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