Joe Jonas opened up in a brand new interview on Tuesday (Nov. 22) about what it was like tackling his large display screen appearing debut within the new warfare drama Devotion.
“Yeah, there have been nerves that will come into play right here and there, however it’s good to really feel one thing like that once more,” the Jonas Brothers singer advised Leisure Weekly of his expertise on the set of the Korean Warfare epic. “It’s been some time since I used to be placing myself in rooms the place you’re like, ‘Oh, okay, I’ve acquired to indicate up, I’ve acquired to indicate my price on this, and the strain is on now,’ and the way do you bottle that up and put it to use and use it to your benefit, as a substitute of letting it simply eat you and take over.”
For the movie, which hit theaters nationwide Wednesday (Nov. 23), Jonas additionally recorded “Not Alone,” his new collab with Khalid. Co-written with Ryan Tedder, the emotional ballad performs over the tip credit of Devotion. “I acquired to see the film early on, and I introduced my buddy Ryan Tedder,” he mentioned. “There was a grand piano that occurred to be within the screening room, so we began engaged on the tune and introduced in a buddy of ours, Harv, and I introduced in Khalid, and we completed the tune, and that grew to become ‘Not Alone.’
“It actually got here right down to the truth that the one factor [the characters] have is that they’re there for one another, regardless if they’re there for them bodily,” he added of the monitor’s thematic connection to the film.
Telling the story of real-life fighter pilots Jesse Brown and Tom Hudner, Devotion additionally stars Jonathan Majors, Glen Powell, Christina Jackson, Ali Asghar Shah, Thomas Sadowski, Serinda Swan, Daren Kagasoff and extra.
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