Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who portrayed the character of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick within the drama sequence ‘Tremendous Pumped: The Battle For Uber’, has talked concerning the challenges of taking part in a real-life particular person on the display.
‘Tremendous Pumped: The Battle For Uber’ is offered on Voot Choose. The American anthology drama tv sequence, ‘Tremendous Pumped’ is drawn from and named after the 2019 non-fiction ebook of the identical title by Mike Isaac.
Talking to IANS throughout a roundtable for the sequence ‘Tremendous Pumped’, the place he performs Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, within the episode titled ‘The Battle For Uber’, Joseph Gordon-Levitt talked about how there’s artistic liberty on taking part in a fictional character and the challenges on portraying a real-life particular person on the display.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt stated to IANS: “It’s true… that there ‘Oh! this particular person goes to see it’ and I although I believe there’s a number of issues we are able to level to which are actually questionable about his selections or behaviour he’s nonetheless a human being.”
The actor, who has earned nominations for the Golden Globe Award for Greatest Actor Movement Image Musical or Comedy, added: “I imagine in judging an individual’s actions however not an individual’s humanity… I are likely to agree on solid the primary stone … all of us have our shortcomings, all human beings do and that’s to not defend him or what he has accomplished.
“However discovering that stability of how one can shine a lightweight on the issues he did that I believe had been fallacious however not demonise him as a human that I believe was one thing we had been actually focussed on and a stability I intend on hanging and that’s one thing you aren’t interested by as a lot when its a fictional character.”
The primary instalment, ‘The Battle For Uber’ additionally options Uma Thurman, Kyle Chandler and Elisabeth Shue.