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“I really love Diana” was the most genuine and nostalgic answer of them all, with a heavy touch of sentiment.
I agree 100% ✅ and I also lover her. The world’s kind has stopped after her.
@Beau D'Arcey I think it's impossible to fully understand if you're not British. To be clear, I'm not a Brit myself but I've talked to many of them about it and the way I see it - the royal family represents the culture, the history, the tradition of Great Britain, which is incredibly important for them and is a part of their identity
@vlove562 Terence Stamp has a beautiful soul. His compassion for Humanity runs deep.
God i love Terence Stamp
And made me cried too😢
All actors in order of appearance:1. Felicity Jones & Tom Hiddleston2. Jude Law3. Kenneth Branagh4. Michelle Dockery 5. Jack O'connell6. Terrence Stamp7. Carmen Ojogo8. Lily James9. Richard Madden10. Damian Lewis11. Matthew Goode12. Judi Dench13. Emily Blunt14. Anabelle Wallis & Luke Evans15. Dominic West16. James Corden17. Gugu Mbatha Raw18. Ruth Wilson19. Jeremy Irons20. Jamie Dornan21. Kiera Knightley22. JAMES MCAVOY23. Sophie Turner24. Sam Claflin25. Natalie Dormer26. Orlando Bloom
Thank you for your kindness.
James McAvoy 😍
Forgot Clive Owen
I see where your love is... and I agree.
In my opinion, Hugh Laurie has a flawless American accent.
@winterfishes I agree. I had no idea he was American, he accent was that good. Also Tom Holland does a pretty good American accent as Spiderman.
I didn’t know that Hugh Laurie is British. I though he was American.
I also loved James Marsters who played Spike in Buffy, his british accent was insanely good
Probably the best actor who can do an American accent, it seems so natural
Mathew Goode is so classy. "I'll be damned if I'm gonna stand here and slag of a fellow actor" *cheers*
James McAvoy is literally the greatest at accents. He played like 40 different Americans in split lol
He was one of my favourite actors growing up as a teen 😅 though I still don't understand what so difficult about any American accents?! They seem to be all easy to me.
@CoolKem C Yeah, he is British...
He's my favourite Scot 😍
@CoolKem C McAvoy? He's British.
Love him! Great actor!
It looks like Emily Blunt has John Krasinski on a leash.
I suggest Emily was holding a safety rope so she wouldn't tumble down the mountain wearing shoes that go with the dress.
John Krazinski does not have a Boston accent
@Scott Saftler your comment is refreshingly interesting and funny for the murky world of KRclip comments. Well done.
I do hope that Ms. Blunt realized that Krasinski has as much of a Boston accent as Leonard Nimoy did! (BTW, Nimoy grew up in the Jewish West End of Boston)
They all be like "It's so hard" and then they do the accents flawlessly.
@NYCzora Naomi Harris. Moonlight.
They definitely don’t. They tend to sound stilted and bland which is why they can only do a generic American accent (like a TV anchor), instead of specific regions
No they don't.
Matthew Goode refusing to trash another actor. Such a class act man
He seems like a classy guy
he's such a....... goode man
That's okay with me. I trash actors all the time.
Definitely agree with Jude Law, James MacAvoy, and Emily Blunt, the Boston accent is so hard that even American actors butcher it.
I just love Emily Blunt standing atop the Hollywood sign in a glitter dress holding a rope. Brilliant.
@stereotypespecialist or it has a different meaning/context in Britain
I don't think that Brits understand what the word brilliant means considering the fact that it's tacked onto the end of every mundane statement.
Most of them were on set and in costume, that’s the only way my head could make sense of that.
“I really love Diana” it’s sad he’s the only one who said it
Made me cried😢
Michael Caine was filming a movie where he needed a southern accent, and he had the good fortune to meet Vivien Leigh. He asked her how she perfected her accent for "Gone With the Wind", and she said she went around saying "fowah dowah fowad" (four-door Ford) until she was blue in the face. :-D
Dominic West being British is blowing my mind. And it makes the scene of him imitating a British accent in seasons 2 of the wire even more hysterical.
I still can't believe that Damian Lewis is British! In his role in Band of Brothers, he hasn't a hint of his native accent. Great job!
His accent in that was great but it's pretty wrong in Billions, because it's supposed to be a very specific New York City accent (Staten Island) and he just can't do it right. Great actor, but accents are tough.
And in Dreamcatcher - I thought the one British voice he was doing was for the character, when it was probably more like his normal accent!
Every time I think a British cannot be more British, they outbritish themselves.
@Liam Phillips You guys have alot knife crime and roadman. SMDH
@kate wilson the whole world think americans are like that
@kate wilson dang now that you say that I kinda wanna be a cowboy and go to a saloon
@Joe Yuzwa the best statement in the entire video! SO RIGHT!
@Liam Phillips I have been there, Mate, and even the working blokes have a plummy accent in this American's opinion.
I’m more surprised at these actors who I didn’t even know were British 😂🤯
@Leslie The Gal you are confusing english with british. They are all british
IKR, I had no idea Damien Lewis was British, I've been watching him on Billions for years!
Some were British, there were a few Scot and Irish in there as well
As someone who spent most of my life in the South, I've never seen a British performer convincingly do that one. The British accent has to be the coolest one ever. Can't really imagine why they would want to sound like anyone else. Considering recent developments, I doubt Harry is too many people's favorite royal anymore.
@Meduka Meguca They don't speak like that anymore. It was a southern aristocratic plantation accent mixed with some mid-Atlantic to make it easier to understand.
Australians are much better at it, although Jude Law did pretty well in Cold Mountain.
@undertherainbow Southern people DO NOT speak like that.
Vivien Leigh was pretty convincing in Gone With the Wind.
I think Benedict Cumberbatch did a relatively good one in The Power of the Dog
Lol I love that everybody is just standing or sitting comfortably or even in a car like James Corden, while Emily Blunt is just at the hill behind Hollywood sign 😂
If any of these actors read the comments: I'm an actor with a Southern accent. I always appreciate y'all and it's so hard to get British right too! (Soooo many regional variations just like us!) It's ok, we appreciate you, come eat collards and bbq anytime!
I like how they're all in snazzy tuxedos and dresses, then there's Emily Blunt in a fancy dress ON A MOUNTAIN.
Southern! I’m southern & have never heard a British actor able to truly sound Southern !
I didn't recognize her, lol. And what the heck is at the other end of that rope?
Because she is THE QUEEN!
It's a hill, really.
@angelinaThat’s Ruth Wilson Brilliant character actress
You know it’s understandable when people have trouble with American accents when there’s 50 states most of which have different accents. But when there’s more than 42 accents on a collection of islands barely wider than Nebraska. It really puts things in perspective.
James mcavoy is so fun to watch in any film he does such a good job
Very interesting. Have always enjoyed British literature, now having seen more movies & mystery series, I have wondered what the professional cultural interface of actors have to say.
Best American accent by a British star ever: Ralph Fiennes in "The White Countess." I watched it twice just to watch him be a generic midwest American guy. He had the body language down too. Every time he said " okay ..." I was like "dayyum."
This video makes being British look like this ridiculously awesome club that I'll never be cool enough to join. 😭
Love those Brits!
@Voyager lol awesome
oh god im not alone out here
As a born and bred New Yorker (Brooklynite to be exact) I’m flattered to know we have the most difficult accent lol ...whenever I visit my aunt down south in North Carolina, her friends all get a kick out of making me say things like “water” and “coffee” 😂
@Sunshine not all of us say "Cohawfee" or "Woahta".
But there are different New York accents, just like there are different London accents. That's part of what makes it so hard. And frankly, one reason they shouldn't cast Brits to play Staten Islanders, for example.
I love hearing you guys say it too!
Absolutely love all the Brits & their humor-SORRY that’s HUMOUR😂
"I'm stealing an America's job"I. Died. And was instantly resurrected to let out the hardiest laugh in my personal history.
The way he looked after he said, "I really loved Diana . . ." 🥺
"I'll be damned if I'm going to stand here and slag off another actor."Class act.
He's so lovely.
Kudos to Kenneth Branagh, too, at 0:53, "Mine in the film, Wild, Wild West"
probably the most British answer there ever was lol
@Pat Tanackered and that's what being classy is lmao
The correct answer, as Kate Winslet well knows, is the Philly accent.
i absolutely love hearing these people talk… their accent…. i just love it
“There’s more than one?” What Americans think when doing a British accent lolAlso, why is Emily Blunt wired to the mountain behind the Hollywood sign?
@Zuraida Zakaria Really!?,did you notice they were all dressed up for the Vanity Fair piece ,the men were in Tux's! Your powers of understanding? seems to be a bit on the low side,I'd get that checked!
@MrRugbyloosehead Yea but why was she there and in that dress in the 1st place? Just wondering.
Really? It was pretty obvious why, so she doesn't slide down the very steep hill around the sign, people have died!
There's something about Jeremy Irons's voice and accent, I love it.
"I really loved Diana" We all did mate.
Imaging “loving” a British royal who never knew you existed and had zero impact on your life. People are so weird
Can somebody please answer this question for me? ...Why do you people care about the royals so much? The royals dont seem to have any particular talent, or anything that should give them fame, other than the fact that they had royal parents. (And those parents don't seem to have any particular talent, or anything that should give them fame either. Why do you guys care so much about the "royals"?? (in other words, what's so special about them that they deserve such admiration?? ...I'm genuinely curious.)
@Theofano Galani Can somebody please answer this question for me? ...Why do you people care about the royals so much? The royals dont seem to have any particular talent, or anything that should give them fame, other than the fact that they had royal parents. (And those parents don't seem to have any particular talent, or anything that should give them fame either. Why do you guys care so much about the "royals"?? (in other words, what's so special about them that they deserve such admiration?? ...I'm genuinely curious.)
@Voyager Can somebody please answer this question for me? ...Why do you people care about the royals so much? The royals dont seem to have any particular talent, or anything that should give them fame, other than the fact that they had royal parents. (And those parents don't seem to have any particular talent, or anything that should give them fame either. Why do you guys care so much about the "royals"?? (in other words, what's so special about them that they deserve such admiration?? ...I'm genuinely curious.)
For my money, the best American accent ever pulled off by a Brit was when Andrew Lincoln spent nearly a decade pulling off a perfect Georgia drawl on The Walking Dead
100 per cent. People had no idea how as British
I really love their respect for their royalty.
1:47 "Yorkshire puddings" Grew up in Minnesota, and the Swedes there make "oven pancakes" which are basically Yorkshire puddings with nutmeg. We serve the sausage on the side, and put apple sauce on the pancake, though. Really good that way.
I wish we had more James McAvoy in this
I can never tell when a British is doing an American accent but when Americans does an English accent it's often obvious
I think it might be because British people have grown up with a lot of American media so it’s easier to imitate
@Janice M 🥀 Australians seem to be better at southern accents. English people usually sound like Scarlet O'Hara (who, of course, was played by an English actress).
Nah.British people can't do a Southern American accent for crap, because they overdo the accent, and you can still hear the British accent quite clearly.... actually, they do it with most American accents. LolHugh Laurie was the only British actor I know, who did a flawless American accent... But of course, he never tried to do a Southern accent, which is where they truly fail in epic proportions.
@shells500tutubo theres a few, like downton
@lovelyrosebw Emma Watson is an exception, her accents in Perks of Being a Wallflower/Little Women were cringeworthy awful. Honestly she's just not a very good actress. Brilliant in many things, but yeah. Other British actors are more convinving though!
I saw Jeremy Northam in a film where he did a Texas accent. Later I saw him in a film using his native accent. However, I was sure he was American based on the first film. So I said, out loud, "That's the worst British accent I've ever heard." Little did I know..... So, well done Jeremy. You had me convinced with your American accent.
"I really loved Diana". Poor Terence Stamp sounded heartbroken.
He is an actor.
It made me wince inwardly. So poignant.
It's been 20 years, but Terence Stamp's eyes still flicker with pain when he's said Diana's name.
My deep respect and admiration for Diana was because of my perception that she was able to empathize with the average person. The Queen has been an example of strength of character and consistency throughout Her reign, which are admirable leadership qualities! In other words I admire the Queen's leadership and I admire Diana's Humanity That being said I am an American that really does not understand the British system of government.
No one: Emily Blunt: casually chilling beside the Hollywood sign on top of a mountain
@benzathine and that is the most british thing to say as well.
You can tell the ones that said The Queen are all mama’s boys and I love them for it ❤️
Judging by the fact that not one British actor has ever even attempted it, I'd have to say the most difficult American accent to do is Central Valley of California accent (think Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, etc.).
As an American I can agree that we need Yorkshire puddings. They’re incredible 😍
I am a US gal and I agree that Yorkshire puddings need to really become a thing here. I can make them and my entire family loves them! I was introduced to them by my Geordie friend and have loved them since.
I looked up English recipes and didn't learn much. My family has been in Maine for generations and didn't change recipes much I guess
Why is everyone in the oddest location and fanciest outfit, did I miss something
Umm their British that’s just what they do
I still picture brits as Austin Powers
Jesus Christ loves you
@kcbh24 Jesus Christ loves you
He said my favorite Royal is Pippa Middletown! I literally fell out laughing! Great one!
I loved every single one of his answers but that was the best. 😂
Idk why but this video just gave me serotonin 🥺😅 And made me realize that I really love a British actor😅 even if I didn't know they were British 😅
I hope they're not acting it coz I love how they naturally answer the questions with wit and fun. :)
As a Yank who's travelled in the UK a bit, I'm right there with Yorkshire Puddings. So good. Unfortunately, my other fave, Steak and Kidney Pie/Pudding has no chance. I'd LOVE to see Sticky Toffee Pudding catch on. To die for.
in case any American's are watching, these are normal English people and we all wear these outfits to do chores, go shopping and walk the dog.
Most english people have different accents, Americans think everyone has that R.P accent.. LMFAO
@E Swift It is, though, so yeah.Maybe you should try it sometime.... And I'm a Southern American, by the way. 😂
Good gravy! That sounds better than popping out of holes in the ground while wearing helmets, goggles, and flannel coats in West Virginia.
Helping us catch up on that "irony and sarcasm" I see?
I remember watching this before I moved to the UK, thinking everyone will be as smoothly sarcastic and have class... the sarcasm is a lot worse and not many people have class or discuss royals lmao
I love the UK, been there plenty times, and you're right. It's nothing special, it's just another European country, but I still love them regardless. Fun folk, nothing like they are portrayed in Hollywood and the American mindset. Non-Brits who don't have much experience with the country tend to think of the stereotypical rich elite in London when they hear the term "British". It's like saying all of America is like New York, or all of France is Paris, all of Japan is Kyoto etc.
"I really loved Dianna" The nostalgia on his face.
I totally agree with the guy that said “I’m taking an American’s job”
Why? They have a long tradition of stage performance and acting; we don't have that; they are (generally) well-spoken, literary minded, and have a living example of class and decorum, we don't have that.
He is Matthew Goode
That's how Clark Gable felt in the beginning about Vivien Leigh getting the role of Scarlett O'Hara. He felt it should go to an American actress.
I do a pretty good Texan accent.I know it’s good because a Texan told me so.😎
tom hiddleston was just sitting there and laughed on everything that felicity said
they were so cute just sitting in the car together, they need to do a movie or something lol
@Professor Smoothiess Annabelle Wallis
@hy who was the blonde girl he's with during the interview?
Lol yeah. He likes the Queen though.
My wife is a funny lady, yes...
Love you all!!! I came through Heathrow on my way to Austria, but dream of coming to the United Kingdom someday. Your country is BRILLIANT!!!
When James McAvoy or Richard Madden speak I melt. Chef's kiss those two and their accents.
2:26 was beautiful, you can tell he meant it
After watching this, I just wanna move there and learn their accent.
I didn’t realize how many people I liked were British
Yep, United Kingdom and Ireland have the best acting schools in the world. They can easily do American accents but some of the best American actors like Pacino can never do any proper foreign accent.
Probably still are too.
@lovemfn did you mean colonizing hollywood eh?
This either proves that American accents are easy to do OR These actors are extremely good at portraying Americans.
I wish there were more jobs in my field in England because I would do anything to become a citizen.
Emily Blunt doing this interview by the Hollywood sign is classic...
I love how they all said Prince Harry. I remember years ago everyone was head over heels in love with William and people always see Diana in him. But now if just feels like he doesn't even making an effort anymore, in everything. He became his dad and Peoplw mostly still like him because of Kate.
the guy who said, ïm taking an american's job" has me screaminggg lmao at least he's self aware
it's Matthew Goode, he's great. Was also the one that refused to slag off another actor for not getting the British accent right.
small talk let's be honest it goes both ways, ahem Gwynnie Paltrow, RD Jr, Renee Zellweger need I go on...?
The worst British accent has got to be Vanessa Hudgens on The Princess Switch
Oh, god, don't remind me!
@Diane Joyner Costner's accent wasn't necessarily bad, it just faded in and out. Sometimes there, sometimes not.
They didn't even think that movie exists.
Vanessa Hudgens isnt famous enough for most of those actors to even know who she is 😂
Nobody mentioned Kevin Costner in Robin Hood
I'm very surprised that the great Judy Dench have a difficult time with any accent
watching this and still swooning over so many of my favourite actors making an appearance
my heart melted when he said "i really love diana"
Damian Lewis nailed every American Accent he ever been acted on
That man who said Diana. He knew what she stood for.
Not sure who he is, but I get the sense that you should kneel before him, too.
@DatBoiBaz Terrence Stamp is not dead...
littlesmew I didn’t ask
God, this is so refreshing to watch! I love it!
It's 2021 and all I've learned watching this is....If you wanna be a Actor/Actress and you're British, you've got to be Bloody Good Looking!!!!!! Sheeeeeesh!! They all hit the Jackpot in the Gene Pool!
I am an American, the right answer to the royal question is The Queen. She is fantastic.
"I'm so glad we don't have to elect someone." One of the biggest reasons why England is where it is today.
"I'm so glad we don't have to elect someone" is the most British thing I've ever heard someone say XD
@Chris Coleman Funny you think that. Most of us barely care about the royals until one of them does something stupid.
I think some Americans are really feeling this vibe right now with the chaos going on at the moment. That said, I would still never give up my ability to have a say in who is running my country.
So hows that going for you USA? XD
2:26 The look on Terence Stamp's face when he said "I really loved Diana" :((
@Emerald What do you mean by 'true freedom'?
I feel like my whole life has been a lie. I never imagined some of them as British.
every now and then i come back to watch this and fawn over the beauty and random fanciness of all of these people
based on this clip I like how both most Brits (and Americans) know nothing of each others distinct regional accents and primarily think there is one.
Love their British accent 🥰🥰🥰
We didn't get enough of Tom Hiddleston 😭
You mean we didn't get enough of Tom Hiddleston in this video? Your past tense made me google him to see if he died ha ha.
Wonderful to see Terrence Stamp and Dame Judi Dench! Great performers!
"It's the Queen and no one comes close." Perfect. I guess the Prince Harry compliments haven't aged well.
Brits always show off the best posh accents like these guys but I want to see British accents like Kelly on "Misfits" (portrayed by Loren Socha). Even the other characters didn't know what she was saying! 😂😂😂
I'm not a big fan of English accents but hers is really fascinating to listen to. I thought it was fake first.
I had to turn on subtitles for her the first few episodes 🤣
Im surprised one said Diana was there favorite, as i know English Actors are a bit of Royalty in a sense so they have to have there allegiance in a specific spot. Especially those who haven’t got an MBE yet.
“ what do Americans need to catch up with?”james McAvoy - “pessimism” **intense chuckle**we love james McAvoy
Here I enter this thread to post "We're working on it!", and I find a post of my own 2 years earlier with the opposite point. What a difference 2 years can make!
Can I love him too, even if I'm not British ?
@lovelyrosebw I was going to say, we pay for pessimism here and we're not big on giving more than we pay for, in America.
Pessimism is the last thing Americans need cause we live it quite daily with the current administration/government
yes we do
The american actor who do best british accent actually is... JOHNNY DEEP! Amazing, hawsome, brilliant!All these brit actors have a beatiful british accent.
Me and Terence Stamp ❤️ the same Royal. I'm honored to be in such classy company.
Damien Lewis mocking his own American accent and I am sitting here thinking nope! This man is great at any American accent that he attempts. Loved him in Band of Brothers, the little viewed but so worth it NBC detective show Life, Homeland and now Billions. Cheers to you Mr. Lewis!
Meanwhile Kenneth Branagh-the most Shakespearean man not named Patrick Stewart or Ian Mckellan, mocked his own Southern accent in WWW.
"It's the Queen and no one comes close" I'm no royalist but I'd have to agree.
The woman was a truck mechanic in WWII! She wins for that alone! Lol
“i’ll be damned if i’m gonna stand here and slag off another actor, cheers” mad respect for him
Goode boy Matthew Goode!!!cheers!!!
Thought that right away. What a class act I thought.
@Ryu Harsetyo Pasha Haridadi I think it was the weekend of an awards show
@Ryu Harsetyo Pasha Haridadi i think they’re answering questions between magazine photoshoots
Emily Blunt: "I'm gonna say Marmite." Can we all just applaud please?
These British are all adorable!! And such great actors/actresses, too!
“I think it’s always a pleasure cause you’re always like “I’m taking an American’s job”” 💀💀💀
"I really love Diana" i love that and the way he said it sounds so nice
2:26 "I really love Diana". My heart broke because he's the only who said her name.
@James Agreed. I thought there seemed to be some hidden meaning.
I Googled it. Terrence Stamp was a close friend of Diana's. That explains the heartfelt response.