Guy Pearce knew that 'The King's Speech' was going to be ''special'' when he was filming it.
Guy Pearce knew that 'The King's Speech' was "special" when he was filming it.
The 43-year-old actor, who plays King Edward VIII in the Academy Award-nominated movie, said he knew it would end up a success.
He said: "You work on things and you have such faith in them while you're making them that everything feels special - in a way. Some feel more special than others and this definitely felt more special than other things I've worked on."
He explained: "The relationship between Geoffrey and Colin seemed so natural and I just thought, 'Wow, this is great chemistry. It's really going to be fantastic on screen.' "
However, Guy's gut instincts aren't always correct, and he admits that some good experiences on the set of his past films haven't always translated onto the big screen.
He said: "You also can't really tell. You can have a great time on a film and the chemistry can seem great but then you look at the finished film and it just doesn't quite gel. Something doesn't quite work.
"So there a bit of a mystical entity, film. You never quite know, really."