Kevin Costner reveals Robin Williams roughly played his purpose in Field of Dreams

Field Of Dreams Kevin Costner
Field Of Dreams Kevin Costner Released in 1989, Fields of Dreams is one of Kevin Costner’s many noted performances.

Kevin Costner’s description of midwestern rancher who builds a ball margin in his backyard in Field of Dreams is one of his many noted performances, though a actor was not a initial choice for a role.

The maestro actor has suggested a makers were formulation to expel cinema idol Robin Williams in a film, before they approached him.

“There was an suspicion that maybe Robin Williams was going to do it, who we suspicion was sensational. And when we finally asked (director) Phil, we said, ‘Well, because did we wait for me? Because we consider Robin’s unequivocally great.’

“And he was like, ‘I do too. But we consider that Robin could hear voices in a corn, and we indispensable a man that we don’t trust is going to hear a voice in a corn. And we suspicion that was a unequivocally judicious thing. we get a lot of credit for Field of Dreams and all a credit goes to Phil. we only played it,” Costner told Entertainment Weekly.

Fields of Dreams, created and destined by Phil Alden Robinson, expelled in 1989.

It was an instrumentation of W P Kinsella’s novel Shoeless Joe and warranted 3 Academy Awards nominations, including for Best Original Score, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Picture.