She ended her statement by congratulating the entire cast of Succession who “crushed this season”, and subtly took his own stance against the New Yorker piece, adding, “(for the record, work is where the story begins and ends for me)”.
Hathaway joins a growing list of A-listers, including Jessica chastain, Aaron Sorkinand Strong Succession co-star Sarah snook—Who have shared their thoughts on their deep acting process since the profile was posted on December 5.
Chastain, who worked with Strong on Molly’s game Y Zero thirty dark, was the first to express her support for the “charming” actor, calling the article “incredibly one-sided” On twitter.
“I’ve known Jeremy Strong for 20 years and worked with him on 2 movies. He’s a lovely person. Very inspiring and passionate about his work. The profile that came out of him was incredibly one-sided. Don’t believe everything you read, folks.” she wrote. “Snark sells, but maybe it’s time we went further.”
He was later joined by writer Aaron Sorkin, whose thoughts he shared online. in her name. In the lengthy post, Sorkin, who worked alongside Strong on Molly’s game Y The Chicago 7 trial, claimed that the responses to his email interview with the journalist Michael Schulman, which were included in the article, were used to construct a “distorted image of Jeremy that asks us to roll our eyes at his acting process.”
“Jeremy Strong is a great actor and a great member of the company. There is not a writer, director or producer on Earth who does not take the opportunity to cast him,” explained the screenwriter. Sorkin also shared his supposed answers to Schulman’s questions in their entirety.
Strong’s on-screen sister, Sarah Snook, also vouched for him. On December 8, the actress, who plays her brother Shiv Roy in Succession, said Variety Awards circuit podcast that says “Jeremy is great.”
“He’s a very unique, unique person and actor and he works in a different way than other people,” he said. “We all work in different ways. We all have a different process.”