Transcript for Krysten Ritter's New Role Is a 'Dream Come True'
You remember Kristin Ritter from breaking bad. And now on the big screen if big eyes. She calls the role a dream come true. Take a look. Reporter: The film big eyes tells the true story of one of the most epic art frauds in history. I'm a Keene, you're a Keene. Reporter: Walter Keene builds an empire on his paintings, but they weren't his. They were his wife, Margaret's, he was passing off on his own. I painted every big eye. Me. And no one will know but you. I sat down with Kristin Ritter. In big eyes you play the role of Dianne, the voice of reason. Sure. You didn't have a historic figure, but she was a come positive it of people perhaps in your best friend's life. She is the modern flare in the movie. Progressive and bold. She's no wall flower. Hey, baby, party. What's happening? Not typical of that era. Which was very refreshing and someone that Margaret, Amy Adam's character needed at a very specific period of time. I'm a girl's girl. And I have so many female friendships that are so important to me. Watching the film affected me more than other people. She lost her best friend. And then this incredible scene when you're both sitting in a booth and warning Margaret, Amy's character, that her husband may not be what she thinks. Wow, this is happening mighty quick. I need your blessing. The movie is directed by the legend dare Tim Burton, a dream for rit per. I grew up obsessed with his movie. I wanted to be in a Tim Burton movie. We have heavy hitter Kristin Ritter. You like that. Okay? Who was your first celebrity crush growing up? Leo in Rome owe and Juliet. The go-to Kash owe key song? The jugs, or Reba, fancy. What movie do you know all the dialogue for? Dumb and dumber. What do you want for Christmas? Just a couple days off. Amen. So, who is the artist? For "Good morning America," Amy robach, ABC news, New York.
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