Clive Owen has said that he can tell when something is wrong in a script he is reading for a film.
The Closer actor told The Guardian that he can recognise when written dialogue is not right for the character he is playing.
Owen said: “I can smell bulls**t in a script and I can call it and say, ‘That’s not right’.
“I can’t fix it. I wouldn’t be able to rewrite it. But if you give it to me, I can say, ‘Now that works.’ I’m very clear [about] the rhythm and the way people speak it.”He also added that he can tell if somebody is “a rogue” and said that he has met many people who match that description.
Earlier this month, Owen revealed that onlookers laughed at him as he ran through an Istanbul market wielding a gun for a scene in his upcoming movie The International.
Source: Digital Spy