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Stanley Tucci Thinks Straight Actors Should Be Allowed to Play Gay Roles

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Stanley Tucci is opening up about being a straight actor who has played gay roles on screen and why he thinks it’s “fine.” The 62-year-old actor, who is married to Emily Blunt‘s sister Felicity, played gay roles in the 2006 movie The Devil Wears Prada and the 2020 film Supernova. Stanley told BBC Radio 4 that as an actor, “you’re supposed to play different people.

You just are. That’s the whole point of it.” Keep reading to find out more… “Obviously, I believe that’s fine,” he added. “I am always very flattered when gay men come up to me and talk to me about The Devil Wears Prada or they talk about Supernova, and they say that, ‘It was just so beautiful,’ you know, ‘You did it the right way.’ “Because often, it’s not done the right way.” In a recent interview, Stanley talked about the amount of weight he lost during “brutal” cancer treatments.

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