Jeremy Strong was seen at the premiere of the fourth and final season of Succession in New York City on Monday night.
The 44-year-old actor put on a casual display in a monochromatic brown ensemble as he appeared on the red carpet with his wife Emma Wall and later posed with his co-stars.
The Armageddon Time star, who won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performance in the Lead Role in 2020, stars as Kendall Roy in HBO’s hit dark comedy series.
On the opening night of the upcoming season, Strong was also seen sharing a laugh with Brian Cox, after he commented that his son’s method acting on screen was ‘fucking annoying’, and many of his other co-stars. cast in the program.
The on-screen father-son duo was spotted with Alan Ruck, Kieran Culkin and Sarah Snook, who confirmed she’s pregnant with their first child by unveiling her baby bump at the premiere.
Posing together: Jeremy Strong, 44, was seen at the premiere of the fourth and final season of Succession in New York City on Monday night with his co-star Brian Cox, 76.
Friendly: On the red carpet, Strong was also seen sharing a laugh with Cox, suggesting there’s no problem after his recent criticism of his son’s on-screen acting
Red Carpet Look: The actor kept it casual in a monochromatic brown ensemble while posing on the red carpet
For his red carpet appearance, Strong opted for an effortlessly chic all-color look, while his wife went all-black.
She wore a tan blazer over a hooded jacket and a collared blouse in a slightly darker shade.
To match, she also donned a pair of warm brown pants, but added a pop of color with green sneakers tied with contrasting magenta laces.
She accessorized simply with silver bracelets, a signet ring, and her wedding band.
On the red carpet, he also posed with his special guest, his wife of about seven years.
Beside her, the child psychiatrist and documentarian, who exchanged vows with Strong at a castle in Denmark in 2016, donned a simple yet elegant dark outfit that highlighted her light blonde hair and glowing complexion.
The Guest House Productions co-founder wore a black velvet satin button-down blouse with matching pants.
The long-sleeved top featured a slightly billowy glittery neckline and matching cuffs that she tied together with a pair of shiny, black ballerinas.
A Stylish Pair: For his red carpet appearance, Strong opted for an effortlessly chic look, all in brown, while his wife donned all black
Monochromatic: For her red carpet appearance, Strong rocked a tan blazer over a hooded jacket and collared top in a slightly darker shade
Earth Tones: To match, she also donned a pair of warm brown pants, but added a pop of color with green sneakers tied with contrasting magenta laces.
Her special guest: At her side, Hall, who exchanged vows with Strong at a castle in Denmark in 2016, donned a simple yet elegant dark outfit that highlighted her light blonde hair and glowing complexion
On the red carpet, Strong was also seen sharing a laugh with Cox, suggesting there’s no problem after his recent criticism of his son’s on-screen acting.
Earlier, the 76-year-old actor, who plays the role of the family patriarch, said it was “fucking annoying” when Strong stays in character on set as part of his method acting technique.
In late February, Cox was asked what it’s like to be around someone who is always in character in an interview with town and country.
“Oh, it’s fucking annoying,” he said in response, criticizing the method acting in general. ‘Don’t make me go on that.’
Strong is known for dedicating himself and incorporating a strict method acting into all of his performances, including his role as Kendall Roy in Succession.
“I take it as seriously as I take my life,” Strong had previously stated of the practice of “identity diffusion” and his character in an interview with the new yorker in December 2021.
According Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institutemethod acting is a rehearsal technique that ‘trains actors to use their physical, mental and emotional selves in the creation of a character’.
By definition, The Method encourages actors to fully live their roles both on and off screen.
Co-stars: On the opening night of the upcoming season, Strong was also seen with Brian Cox and many of his other co-stars on the show; seen with Sarah Snook (and her tummy), Alan Ruck and Kieran Culkin from left to right
“It’s just there and it’s accessible,” Cox said, stating that acting is just an inborn talent. ‘Not a great fucking religious experience.’
The Manhunter star praised Strong for his talent, but also said he wouldn’t “waste” his talent by taking a moment to embody his character off-screen.
“He’s fucking talented,” Cox said. ‘When you have the gift, celebrate the gift. Go back to your trailer and smoke weed, you know?
At the Toronto Film Festival in September, Cox once again criticized Strong’s method acting techniques, calling them “American sh*t.”
He also revealed that he doesn’t hold on to the characters he plays after production ends, unlike actors like Strong.
“I don’t have much of the American shit: having to have a religious experience every time you play a role,” he had declared, according to the hollywood reporter. ‘It’s bullshit’.
All the criticism stems from Strong’s care, as Cox previously admitted that he worries about the “pain” his on-screen son is put through to play the role.
In the same New Yorker article, Cox responded to Strong’s profile. “The result that Jeremy gets is always pretty tremendous,” she said. He only cares what he does to himself.
Coming Soon: The debut episode of the fourth and final season of Succession will premiere on March 26 and will begin streaming in weekly installments exclusively on HBO Max.
He added: “I am concerned about the crises he is facing in order to prepare.”
“I don’t know how popular my way of working is among our company,” Strong had also stated in the same article.
But given that her character, Kendall Roy, is considered the black sheep of the family, perhaps this method really adds more realism to the on-screen dynamics in the satirical tragicomedy and contributes to its success today.
The debut episode of the fourth and final season of Succession will premiere on March 26 and will begin streaming in weekly installments exclusively on HBO Max.