Brendan Fraser, 52, praised by fans as the actor makes rare appearance at film premiere in NYC

FANS praised Brendan Fraser after he made a rare appearance at a film premiere in New York City.

They tweeted how they missed seeing the 52-year-old actor on the silver screen.



Brendan hit the red carpet yesterday for the premiere of No Sudden Move at the Tribeca Film Festival.

The actor donned a black suit, blue shirt and loose- fitting navy tie.

He stars alongside David Harbour, who plays Matt Wertz, and Jon Hamm, who plays Joe Finney.

Brendan is also apparently set to play a 600 lb recluse in the new Darren Aronofsky-directed film, The Whale.






Fans tweeted in support of the actor: "I miss Brendan Fraser."

Other noted: "2021 Brendan Fraser is without a doubt my favorite Brendan Fraser."

A third added: "As a 90's teen, I have a serious soft spot for Brendan Fraser. I hope he's healthy and happy."

Another commented: "Fell in love with him in The Mummy, and I'll always love him."



Set in 1954, No Sudden Move, tells the story of a group of criminals working together for a simple job that becomes messy.

In The Whale, Brendan plays 600lb Charlie who is living along in a Mormon areas in Idaho.

He is trying to reconnect with his 17-year-old daughter after they became estranges when he came out as gay.

Charlie left her family to be with his love, who has since died, and the grief triggers a compulsive eating happit.

Brendan was known for films in the 1990s such as George of the Jungle (1997) and The Mummy (1999).

The actor was also seen in The Affair, Trust, and Doom Patrol in recent years.

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