Val Kilmer discusses his hopes for his work

Val Kilmer is a well-known and inspiring actor, and he hopes that his art and movies will do the same for his fans. 

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Val Kilmer is loved by almost everyone, and his recent role in Top Gun: Maverick proved that. Even though the actor didn’t have much to do in the Legacy sequel, the emotional reunion between Iceman and Maverick was one of the movie’s best parts, and fans have been happy to hear Kilmer talk about making more movies. But right now, the actor is just glad to be able to help people.

In a recent interview with Collider, Kilmer was asked what he hopes people will get out of his work. He said that he just wants to inspire people. He said

“I want to get people to pay more attention and concentrate. It’s a lot of fun and a great source of inspiration to keep people entertained for two hours. It makes me so happy to be able to give this gift. It also costs money. There SHOULD be a cost to acting! “

Val Kilmer discusses his hopes

Kilmer also talked about his visual art. He said that painting is a great way for him to get instant satisfaction and that his art has always been about working with other people and getting pleasure and satisfaction from it. He said this:

I love how painting, in all its forms, makes me feel good right away! That’s why our new Web3 Platform, a modern studio/creative space in Kamp Kilmer, is so satisfying! It’s a place where anyone can go to be creative and feel love. I’ve always felt that way, which is probably why I was drawn to making movies, but working with so many talented artists and pushing the limits of creativity is very fulfilling and healing.


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