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Anna Paquin says she’s ‘very pleased’ with the seven-word part in ‘The Irishman’

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The Oscar-winner Anna Paquin can only speak seven words ‘ of The Irish,” and Martin Scorsese’s new epic, but she’s not complaining, though, her angry fans on Twitter.

One said, “I had more lines in the Nativity play I was in when I was seven years old then, Anna Paquin’s ‘The Irishman,’ “while another said:” Teacher says, every time, that’s Anna Paquin talks ‘to The Irish,’ Cats’ gets a good review.”

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However, the “True Blood” actress, who played the role of Robert De Niro’s grown-up daughter in the Netflix (s) of drama, said: “It’s very touching when people think they are fighting a battle on your behalf, but it is not really necessary. I am very pleased with it.”

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She told the Hollywood Reporter: “I have had a small role in the film, and I was so excited to get to be a part of it in the first place, all this [awards and recognition] is just the icing on the cake.”

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Paquin said, even though the role was small, it was an immediate yes. “I just can’t seem to picture an actor on the planet is going,” Yeah, I don’t want to work with Martin Scorsese, and a living legend in our industry.’ “

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