20 years earlier this week, “The Sixth Sense” surprised viewers, and the actor Donnie Wahlberg opens up his intense film plans.
Wahlberg, then 28, surprised filmmakers as Vincent Gray, former psychiatrist Dr. Malcolm Crowe (performed by Bruce Willis) who fights and kills him in house before murdering himself.
He is the first to be murdered. The film also commemorates Haley Joel Osment, a young actor who gives the renowned sentence “I see the dying.”
Wahlberg agreed however to encounter Shyamalan in New York City where the director chose that he would be able to discover an appropriate part for him. If the agent of the actor rejected the small payday, Wahlberg was excessively thrilled about the position of the vessel.
After returning to the set, Wahlberg dropped 43 pounds, making him unrecognizable to those who worked around him, even Shyamalan himself. He then remembered settling on Gray’s proper wardrobe, which consisted solely of a beat-up underwear pair.
However, the actor, who “appeared like a mad person,” completed the filming day without a problem effectively. He said he never found a position as intense as Gray to this day.
“For me, the film is such a excellent cause of recognition. Not just my job, but being component of that band,” Wahlberg said of the now-iconic film. “For that film, everyone carried it so difficult.”