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The same violent, primal appeal appeared on-screen and off-screen with Gable.
A bigger miscalculation is the off-screen death of Arnold Rothstein.
McTeer admits that off-screen, the duo are more playful: “Brendan and I text each other insults all day,” she says.
In person, he is slight of build and unimpressive in the way most action-movie stars are off-screen.
The most significant character next to Isaac's is off-screen, dead, a best friend who has taken his own life.
I saw a clip the other day of him saluting—an off-screen soldier, perhaps, or a flag.
Also, I really wanted to shoot it rather than hearing about it off-screen.
That the two actresses are off-screen BFFs only sweetens the deal.
But sometimes, when art imitates life, the off-screen persona of an actor can lend an extra layer to a performance.