In response to the Guardian interview, Walken saved a Giorgio Armani jacket that he wore within the 1990 movie “The Consolation of Strangers” for over 20 years, when he wore it to an interview. “I by no means purchase garments,” mentioned Walken on the time. “At any time when I do a film, all my clothes is from the set. They do not give me something. I steal.”
Whereas stealing is taken into account against the law in most cultures, I undoubtedly do not blame Walken for this one. For a man who’s been in such a various array of flicks, the place he is worn dope outfits of all types and stripes, I perceive attempting a few of that stuff on and pondering, “Hey, I may undoubtedly put on this to that celebration subsequent week.”
It is enjoyable to think about the form of closet Walken has assembled, made up solely of outfits from /Movie’s high 16 Christopher Walken movies. Sadly for Walken, his popularity as a purloiner has adopted him, together with when he performed “Gotham’s personal Santa Claus” in “Batman Returns.” Walken determined he appreciated the fashion of Max Shreck, the cartoonishly evil industrialist he was enjoying, and needed to maintain the tie and cufflinks he’d worn for the half. “After I completed the final scene I went again to my dressing room and the whole lot was gone. They noticed me coming!”
I used to be already excited to see Walken because the emperor in “Dune 2,” however now I am doubly so, hoping he manages to combine a few of the emperor’s absolutely ridiculous outfits into his common wardrobe. Simply remind me by no means to mortgage Christopher Walken my coat.