Adam Driver He shares how he really feels about a fan calling out a scene in his upcoming movie Ferrari.
“What do you think about [the] Scenes of the accident? They seemed too harsh, radical, and, I must say, cheesy to me an audience member asked during a Q&A On Sunday, November 12, the film will be screened at the Camerimage Film Festival in Poland. “what do you think?”
The 39-year-old quickly shut down the criticism, saying: “Fuck you, I don’t know? Next question.”
He accepted a special EnergaCamerimage award for an actor at the film festival and submitted the Ferrari as an entry into the main Camerimage competition, according to diverse.
Driver plays Italian sports businessman Enzo Ferrari in the biographical drama, in which he also stars Penelope Cruz, Shailene Woodley And Patrick Dempsey. Jack O’Connell, Sarah Gadon And Gabrielle Leon Approximation Ferrari He slanders.
Set in 1957, the film follows Ferrari as he joins his racing team for the famous Mille Miglia. During the 1,000-mile race across Italy, driver Alfonso de Portago blew a tire on his Ferrari sports car and crashed into the crowd.
As a result, nine people were killed. Ferrari and the tire manufacturer were charged with manslaughter, but the case was dismissed.
A trailer for the highly-anticipated film was released in August, and included a few words from the driver before the screen faded to black: “If you ride in one of my cars, you ride to win.”
And while the driver may appear to be driving cars in the film, he revealed that he wasn’t actually allowed to control any cars during filming.
“They wouldn’t let me drive the cars for insurance reasons,” Driver said at the 80th annual Venice Film Festival in August. “As I said before, making a film is a miracle, and they don’t want me to touch the thing that is the most precious part in the world. [set]”.
The driver acknowledges that Dolly is behind the wheel at the beginning of the film. “Again, they don’t trust me with the little pieces of equipment,” he joked. “Large pieces of equipment, like sandwiches, they’ll let me handle them.”
The film is directed by Michael Mann, who has previously directed films such as Heat and Miami Vice. Mann, 80, has wanted to make a Ferrari movie for years and was an adviser to 2019’s Ford vs. Ferrari.
Ferrari It is scheduled to hit theaters on December 25.