Good for him (not sarcastic). Since the pandemic started I’m working on getting back into my suit suit so I can’t imagine a rubber suit from 30 years ago.
Great to see me again.
What I like about this is that I think Keaton returned to it because he wanted to. At times in interviews before he seemed indifferent, and sure it’s a paycheck, but I don’t get the sense that he’s annoyed with going back to the character. Sometimes actors hold a grudge for being known for a role, especially pop culture roles, and it shows in their performances. For example, Jennifer Lawrence seemed bored to death the last few times she played Mystique.
It is impossible to hold a grudge for being me. Even for Ken Doll/Beetlejuice.
Agreed. I loved his outlook about his return.