Interview with Emiliano Coltorti, voice of Bucky Barnes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Interview with Emiliano Coltorti, voice of Bucky Barnes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Interview with Emiliano Coltorti

New appointment on the Twitch channel of Pop culture with Voices, the show broadcast on the first and third Friday of the month that talks about dubbing and everything related to this interesting profession linked to the world of cinema, TV series, video games and most of the audio-visual products that are imported and adapted in Italy. In this episode we had the pleasure of broadcasting Emiliano Coltorti, theater and television actor as well as voice actor, who has lent his voice to iconic characters such as Bucky Barnes, the Winter Soldier or played by Sebastian Stan in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, or to the character of Morbius (played by Jared Leto) in Sony's film of the same name, or of the eccentric Spencer Reed in Criminal Minds.

Subscribe now to Disney + at € 8.99 per month or € 89.90 per year What you will read below is an excerpt from the chat we had with Emiliano Coltorti during Voices (and with whom we talked A LOT of Star Wars). If you are curious to see (and listen to) the entire interview, you can go directly to the video found at the bottom of the article.

Interview with Emiliano Coltorti

Let's break the ice immediately: how does it feel to return to the Marvel universe (even if through Sony's cinematic universe) with another character ?

I grew up with Marvel comics and as much as I can watch movies with a nostalgic approach thinking, "Eh, but the comics were better", I'm still a nerd who has seen his dreams come true and see that on video. that as a kid you could only read is really nice. So I'm happy to be able to continue to do this job (voice comic characters) and I'm doubly happy to voice Jared Leto again, to whom I've already given my voice in a lot of totally different things and who I think is an extraordinary actor. Furthermore, Morbius the living vampire is one of those characters that I particularly loved as a kid because he was one of the most marginal, strange and out of the box ones, for those times. It was nice to be back in the Marvel universe like this. | ); }

You voiced Leto in the Dallas Buyer Club too, right?

Exactly! And he also won the Oscar, so a further satisfaction. But I also dubbed him in Blade Runner 2049, where he played the antagonist and he was incredible, especially for the crazy inner acting work that was done, based all on "removing" even vocally, it was really cool to dub.

When I assigned you the role on Bucky, did you already know that he would be back after the first movie or were you resigned to the fact that he died?

At the time, although I knew the character and knew that Winter Soldier would not have died definitively, the dynamics of that type of film were not yet clear, that is, how successful they would have been and how much the stories taken from the comics would have carried forward over time. But I admit it, when I saw it I immediately thought: "Ok, I may not be finished here!". And I have to say that Captain America - Winter Soldier (the movie where Bucky returns on balance), in my opinion, is one of the best Captain America movies that has ever been made and finding yourself dubbing a movie you love is really good. I have voiced Sebastian Stan many times, including in one of the latest series released on Disney + Pam & Tommy, and he is an actor I really like.

You also gave voice to Spencer Reid from Criminal Minds and Ryan Atwood from The O.C., two practically opposite characters, but on which you managed to give different nuances with your voice. What kind of work have you done on both of them?

One of the nice things about dubbing, in my opinion, compared to other expressive forms of the acting profession, is the fact that it is limited. When you are in the theater or in front of the camera, you have a space to create the character limited only by how the text is written and the director's vision and together you work on it with your body, your movements, your predisposition. doing certain things rather than others, working on motivations, on the actor's previous path and so on, coming up with your version of that particular character. When you do dubbing, however, much of this work has already been done by the actor you give the voice to, so you are almost "forced" inside a sort of cage that is much more contained and stringent; In some ways, however, this limitation is a crazy stimulus, because you are forced to look thoroughly and understand the actor in front of you, starting from what you see and recreating emotions that maybe you wouldn't normally feel in that way.

All this preamble to say that when I do double, I always try to start from what I see or what I can understand what the actor I am going to dub did. Ryan and Spencer, as well as Benjamin and Matthew, are two very different characters and actors, but they both give you a clear enough path to follow that you need to lean on to do a good job. And once you understand the direction that the character is taking, it is up to you to try, based on your experiences as an actor, to follow it respecting what was done in the original.

And this is a general speech that must be done when dubbing. - th_culturapop_d_mh3_1 slot id: th_culturapop_d_mh3 "); } Bucky Burnes is one of the protagonists of the Marvel series "The Falcon and The Winter Soldier", published exclusively on Disney + of which we leave the synopsis below:

"Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Sam Wilson / Falcon and Bucky Barnes / Winter Soldier join forces on a global adventure that tests their skills and patience in Marvel Studios' The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. "

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