Clive Owen finds reading novels his movies are based on 'frustrating'
Washington, Sept 24 (ANI): British actor Clive Owen has revealed that he doesn't read books, which his moves are based on, because they are often different from the script and he finds it "frustrating."
"I'm a great believer that once you start shooting you have to go with the script," Contactmusic quoted him as saying.
"If you are making a script based on a book it can be frustrating going back to the source novel, because you're turning the story into a totally different thing; the narrative of film is different from that of a book," he added.
Owen's latest movie, 'Killer Elite', is based on the 1991 novel 'The Feather Men' but he insists there is only a loose link between the two. (ANI)
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