Morgan Freeman Explains What He Noticed On Denzel Washington While On The Set
There is always a special bond between the respected actor Morgan Freeman and Oscar-winning actor Denzel Washington. So much so that the two actors show respect for each other. Morgan Freeman showed it with his latest post.
Morgan Freeman and Denzel Washington starred in Glory, an American war drama film released in 1989. The film is about the 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, the first African-American regiment of the Union Army in the American Civil War, and was directed by Edward Zwick.
After this movie, a special friendship began between Freeman and Washington. Freeman praised his close friend by sharing an inspirational quote from Denzel on Twitter. The quote from Denzel is about success and see below.
“Success? I don’t know what that word means. I’m happy. But success, that goes back to what in somebody’s eyes success means. For me, success is inner peace. That’s a good day for me.”
Morgan explained what he had noticed since he was on set with Denzel, saying that he was a very talented and respectful person. He said that thanks to these qualities of Denzel, audiences always understood what kind of actor he was.
Here’s what the actor said:
“Denzel, my dear friend, one of the things I noticed early on from our time on set together is your ability to take your roles, shift sides, and pivot, so audiences always know who you are at all times – it is truly good stuff.”
Check out the Twitter post below.
Denzel, my dear friend, one of the things I noticed early on from our time on set together is your ability to take your roles, shift sides, and pivot, so audiences always know who you are at all times – it is truly good stuff. pic.twitter.com/2W9kjQSd6A
— Morgan Freeman (@morgan_freeman) November 10, 2020