Darren Aronofsky’s The Whale premiered at the Venice Film Festival over the weekend, and actor Brendan Fraser was visibly moved by the reception the film received.
For Fraser, The Whale marks the first film in a comeback of sorts for the fan-favorite actor.
After starring in the hit franchise The Mummy in the early 2000s, Fraser’s career declined.
Following the film’s premiere, the cast and crew were treated to a standing ovation that lasted six minutes.
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