Voice of the "A Scanner Darkly" audiobook, released summer of 2006.
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(On working with M. Night Shyamalan
"I mean, he's definitely got his own thing going on. He's got his own way of shooting things, which is great for actors because he doesn't shoot the hell out of things. He's got a very definite visual vocabulary for stuff like that. He's got a real control over it because he writes it, but I found the biggest difference with him is that the crew and everyone ...
The Brooklyn Academy of Music asked Giamatti, its "2007 BAM Cinema Club Chair", to pick films for an eight-movie series called "Paul Giamatti Selects" and shown at the Academy in August and September 2007. His selections indicated a taste for paranoia and "the darkest of dark comedy", according to a writer for The New York Times. Giamatti chose: Frenzy
(1972), Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to
Often plays either the reasonable friend of the protagonist, or an unscrupulous business man.