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‘Final Fantasy VII Rebirth’ Voice Actor Cody Christian On Bringing Vulnerability To The Combat-Ready Cloud Strife; “I’ve Experienced Things Very Much Similar To What Cloud Is Going Through In My Real Life”

Let the record show that despite embodying one of the most well-known (and well-armed) protagonists in video game history, Final Fantasy VII’s stoic ex-SOLDIER Cloud Strife, Cody Christian, does not carry around his own six-foot-long, one-foot-wide Buster Sword to solve his problems. No. Instead, the actor admits that he deals with the ebbs and flows of life and career in a much more humble way. “There’s [a] honesty and vulnerability that we see in Cloud,” said Christian. “[And] I think they’re very powerful and relatable on such a human level. I’ve experienced things very much similar to what Cloud is going through in my real life. And I don’t wield the Buster Sword, and I’m not fighting Shrina to save the world. I’m similar in a lot of ways where I could put this tough look on. But the reality is if you talk to me, I’m just goofy and corny. I live a very boring, simple life. I love working out, playing video games, telling stories and acting.”

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Jerry Seinfeld wanted Chris Rock to recreate Will Smith slap for new movie
Jerry Seinfeld has said he asked Chris Rock to parody the moment he was slapped at the 2022 Oscars by Will Smith during his directorial debut, Unfrosted.At the ceremony in March 2022, Smith slapped Rock onstage after the comedian made a joke about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith. Following the incident, Smith apologised to Rock, resigned from the Academy, and was banned from attending Academy events for 10 years.Smith later released another apology on YouTube in July 2022 where he described his behaviour as “unacceptable”, adding: “I just didn’t realise, I wasn’t thinking about how many people got hurt in that moment.”Now, speaking on an episode of Fly On The Wall podcast, Seinfeld spoke about an original scene he wanted to include in his new Netflix movie that parodied the infamous moment.The film, which references the creation of the Pop Tart, sees Seinfeld star alongside Melissa McCarthy, Jim Gaffigan, Hugh Grant, Amy Schumer, Max Greenfield, Christian Slater and Bill Burr.Of his desire to recreate the moment, Seinfeld said: “The other thing I wanted to do that I almost did was Chris Rock was going to be the emcee of the Bowl & Spoon Awards”, which is a fictional awards show that honoured the best in breakfast cereals.He continued: “And we shot that right after the Will Smith slap.