Gary Oldman 'slept in a coffin EVERY NIGHT' as he prepared for the role of ...

Gary Oldman 'slept in a coffin EVERY NIGHT' as he prepared for the role of ...
Gary Oldman 'slept in a coffin EVERY NIGHT' as he prepared for the role of ...
'That was how seriously he took it': Gary Oldman 'slept in a coffin EVERY NIGHT' as he prepared for iconic role as Count Dracula in Francis Ford Coppola blockbuster

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Gary Oldman slept in a coffin every night as he prepared for the role of Dracula in Francis Ford Coppola's 1992 vampire film based on the legendary book by Bram Stoker.

The actor, 63, starred as the blood-sucking Count in the film alongside Keanu Reeves, Winona Ryder and Cary Elwes, who recently shared the fact with The Hollywood Reporter

Cary, 59, told the publication: 'Gary was sleeping in a coffin every night, that was how seriously he took it.'  

Committed: Gary Oldman, 63 slept in a coffin every night as he prepared for the role of Dracula in Francis Ford Coppola's 1992 vampire flick, it has been revealed; pictured April 2021

Committed: Gary Oldman, 63 slept in a coffin every night as he prepared for the role of Dracula in Francis Ford Coppola's 1992 vampire flick, it has been revealed; pictured April 2021 

The Princess Bride star, who played one of the vampire hunters in the film, also shared that Francis made the whole cast live together, while Gary lived on his own. 

He said: 'We all stayed in the guest houses on the property. Francis believes that the more

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