When I do interviews, I will seem like I am not having a very good time, but just saying what the interviewer wants to hear. This will make me seem like I am smarter and more talented than the movies I am in, but that I just never get a fair shot. That way no one will really know how good I am (which is just okay). This will work at first, until later in my career when my interviews will just be painful to watch.
In my movies, the final answer to the riddle will always be friendship. This will teach families that friendship is the best thing.
Other best things I would like in my movies:
Army guys (but not scary onesâ¦Canadian ones).
Cartoons (I will be in the movie with the cartoons, acting with them).
I think these things will make enough good movies that people will like me, but enough really bad movies that no one will really like me. That way, I can be nice to my fans that speak to me on the street, because I will be lonely.
After a long time, I will take a break from making these movies, because I may be sad that everyone always sees me and says âyeah, that guy. I kind of like him.â I will do some TV show appearances and maybe a dramatic art film where I am gay. This will surprise everyone, and prove that I have acting skill, because in real life I am not gay. Or am I? No one will care enough to find out.
But after a few years, I want to then go back to movies. I donât think I will be able to be in great scripts, because I will already be known as the guy that does okay family action movies, and no studios will want to take a chance on me as a big star. But to make my comeback big, I will have to do something interesting, like maybe making TWO movies instead of one like usual.
Maybe one will be in 3-D. That will make people kind of like me even more than they did before.
And at the movie premieres I will wear suits that are nice, but not too nice, and only a few cameras will be there. But still, I will smile, because deep inside I will know that all along, this was my dream.
When not being prescient, Brendan Fraser has absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with sketch comedy troupe Those Aren't Muskets!