Robin Lord Taylor Engages In The “Human Experience” Of ‘The Mandela Effect’

Directed by David Guy Levy, The Mandela Effect centers on Brendan, a computer game designer who, after the loss of his daughter, believes there may be a reason why people are misremembering important facts about their past. Robin Lord Taylor (Gotham), who plays Brendan’s concerned brother-in-law, previous worked with Levy on the 2012 feature Would You Rather.

“Working with David is so freeing because he works in a similar way I do in that it’s all about jumping in and getting on our feet and just working through it physically without a lot of talking or over analyzing,” said Taylor. “I love working that way. And I would love to work with him again and I feel like, especially the second time, he and I having had worked together before and being very good friends – it’s really nice working with someone. When it’s time for the scene – his kind of direction with me is like ‘yeah man, you know what you’re doing.’ (laughs) It’s a really good collaboration that we have.”

Click on the media bar to hear Taylor discuss the “human experience” behind The Mandela Effect.

The Mandela Effect, co-starring Aleska Palladino, is now playing in theaters and is available on VOD.

Find Us On Facebook: Hollywood Outbreak
Follow Us On Twitter: @Hollyoutbreak
Posted by: Greg Srisavasdi

Related articles

Comments

Share article

Latest articles

Streamapotterus! Peacock Conjures Up ‘Harry Potter’ Streaming Rights

Peacock announced that all eight Harry Potter films will be available to stream in windows over the next six months starting later this year...

Hoops’ Streams: Netflix Introduces Animated Basketball Comedy Series

 Netflix released the trailer for their new animated comedy Hoops premiering August 21. Hoops is an animated comedy sitcom that centers on a hot-headed, foul-mouthed high school...

‘Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure’: Still Packing A Punch After All These Years

The summer of 1985 was a good one for movie fans -- ushered in over Memorial Day weekend with Rambo 2 and the latest...

Kiefer Sutherland’s ‘Fugitive’ Reboot Is A Stream Come True

When Kiefer Sutherland's post-24 TV series, Designated Survivor, was moved from ABC to Netflix for its final season, he enjoyed the freedom of the...

With A New Colin Firth Film, The Legend Of ‘The Secret Garden’ Lives On

The Secret Garden, the fantasy novel first published more than 100 years ago, has now gotten its fourth film adaptation. Colin Firth plays a...

New Trailers

Hoops’ Streams: Netflix Introduces Animated Basketball Comedy Series

 Netflix released the trailer for their new animated comedy Hoops premiering August 21. Hoops is an animated comedy sitcom that centers on a hot-headed, foul-mouthed high school...

Amazon Unveils ‘The Boys’ Season 2 Trailer

Amazon Prime Video has debuted the official trailer for the second season of THE BOYS. The first three episodes of season two premiere Friday, September...

‘Discovery’ Star Sonequa Martin-Green Got The OK From ‘Trek’s’ Nichelle Nichols

The original Star Trek series was light-years ahead of its time when it premiered in 1966. In terms of its stories and its casting,...

Jamie Lee Curtis Thinks It’s Scary How ‘Halloween’ Franchise Has Endured

When it comes to horror franchises, no property can claim the kind of longevity or success as Halloween. Since the original film was released...

‘Bill & Ted’s’ Awesomeness Was No Accident, Say Keanu Reeves & Alex Winter

For a pair of time travelers who've hopped throughout history, 2020 might seem to be an odd destination. But, as fate would have it,...