Antonio Raul Corbo on Poupelle and being an anime fan

soon talk to Poble O Chimney Town Star Antonio Raul Corbo talks about the upcoming anime, as well as Antonio’s aspirations as an actor, and his affinity for animation as a whole.

Poble Chimney Town It follows Lubicci, a young chimney sweeper who lives in a smog-filled chimney town. After meeting a mysterious man made of trash, Lubicci and his new friend try to see the stars behind smoke for the first time. Be sure to check out our exclusive clip from the movie, and our giveaway.

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Spencer Legacy: What about the Lubicchi who drew you to him as a character?

Antonio Raul Corbo: Well, I think his story is very, very good. The way he wrote, in general, was great. He spoke to me…just his drive and passion to prove that what he believes is true. I thought it was very inspiring, especially for a kid his age.

Lubicchi is more of an adult than some of the adults in the movie. Is this the same with you, are you the mature in the friend group or the other way around?

About adults, I’m very mature, but with my friends, I’m probably not.

He is also afraid of heights. Are you in real life too?

I used to be when I was younger, but now I’ve kind of gotten over my fear. My uncle, he makes me do a lot of things because he’s like, “You have to get over your fear!” And I’m like, “Okay.” So I went to a lot of theme parks. I rode a lot of roller coasters, so I wasn’t afraid anymore.

Cute – good. This is perhaps the most fun way to overcome the fear of stairs. Do you have a favorite scene to record in the movie? There are a lot of really strong people out there.

There are a lot of really good scenes. I think, as of now, my favorite scene is when I’m about to get on the boat and give this whole speech. This is probably one of my favorite scenes. It took a while to register it. I think we love splitting the whole monologue into two days, because we had to get it right, because it was such a big driving point in the movie.

It’s a really touching story about the core of the movie. Is that what drew you to the project?

Certainly certainly. I just mean the whole story in general, it’s also really different. I live in dark thick smoke trying to prove that the stars are real, and I look like I’m crazy or something and I miss my dad. So I’m also trying to prove it to him, and that’s the whole story. The way she enters these details like kind of inserting herself into the story is amazing.

Did you sign up with other people or just you?

It was just me. So I looked crazy because I was in a booth, and there’s two people, my engineers on the side and then a bunch of people on Zoom. So I was kind of like talking to myself.

Is it hard to do those big emotional scenes when you’re on your own? Or were you able to get a way to do that?

It’s tough, but it’s also good because I can get into my head. I wasn’t like alone. I was talking to the amazing director and all the engineers, they were really cool, but I think they start to pick up like sad scenes. They’re like, “Okay, let’s just let him have a moment.”

Have you met your co-stars after that?

I met two. Yes, I met Stephen Root and Misty Lee.

How was that?

They were wonderful people. I have to walk the carpet with them. They were very very nice. They are great at answering questions and that’s what I’ve learned so far. They are very good people. Very talented at this.

How was the carpet experience? Was that a dream come true?

So much so. yes. I was so excited about it. I was probably more excited about it than anything else I’ve done in my life. So that was very fun. And then all my friends were like, Oh my God, I was on the red carpet. So that was very funny.

She has also been on shows like Brooklyn 99 and Stuck in the Middle. What do you like about working on comedy?

I guess I can go as crazy as I want, especially with the lines. As if there are, I guess, no limits to how ridiculous I can handle it. So I can either get really serious and have a rigid streak or just do my best with it. So I like the variety in it, but I want to start on more drama too, I think diversifying what I already have.

Do you have a dream role that you’ve always wanted, like a certain character or movie?

Not really, because new things are always being made. So I just want to either have a really big movie or a show that goes on for a while that I can grow as a person in the show.

You were also in The Secret Life of Pets 2. Are you a big pet guy?

Pretty much when I was younger, I think I had a snail. I had a garden boa. What did you do? I had two dogs, a cat, four fish, three or four fish. I had a lot of pets.

And you were also a young SpongeBob, were you a big fan of SpongeBob before that? It’s kind of this generational show.

very big fan SpongeBob. Maybe a couple of days ago, I just got some new yellow shoes, so I was wearing shoes SpongeBob A hat actually so I wear this a lot actually.

And since this movie is one of the anime, I read that you are a big fan of the anime. What are some of your favourites?

likely darling in franks Immediately. I am watching Tokyo Ghoul with some of my friends. yes. So I try to finish it.

I’ve also seen that you’re a Death Note fan. Have you watched the Netflix movie?

I watched it a few days ago with some friends .

The last question is, is there any anime you really want to do a dubbing voice for?

this is difficult. Well, I know two people who have been working NarutoAll my friends are very old Naruto fans. So maybe try to continue Boruto. That would be really fun. But really, this was really good for getting my toes into the entire anime scene. And if anyone wants to watch it, it will be released on VOD and digital download on May 17, and on Blu-ray and DVD on May 31. So, if you want to see how well I’m doing, even if I do well, I wish I could. You can check it.

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