Adam Driver was more than ready for the end of House Of Gucci
Adam Driver opens up about why he was more than ready to say goodbye to his character in director Ridley Scott’s House of Gucci.
Gucci House was a box office hit and while it may have left many fans wanting more, actor Adam Driver has revealed he’s ready to say goodbye.
Driver, who embodies the luxurious Maurizio Gucci in the Universal movie, was looking forward to taking a well-deserved break. In addition to being primarily responsible for Gucci HouseDriver also starred in two other films this year: Anette and The last duel. Burnout could have played a major role in why Driver was more than ready for the experience of doing Gucci House be in the past.
The production for Gucci House started in February 2021 and did not end until months later in May. It’s safe to say that the filming process was a long one. Driver said in an interview with W Magazine, “After 14 hours at Gucci, I was ready for it to end. I usually quit jobs immediately. I haven’t been to a party. end of year since Girls. I just want to get the character out of my system and go home.
Driver explained in an interview how difficult it was to play a character whose morals and way of life are completely alien to who he is in real life. “In some ways, Gucci House was the most difficult. I don’t live in the same world as Maurizio Gucci,” Driver said. “The way he takes valuable things and throws them away, the way he’s the most stylish man – those qualities were interesting thinking.”
Although the process of getting into the character of Maurizio Gucci was somewhat gruesome for Driver, he seems to have thoroughly enjoyed working with director Ridley Scott. He expressed, “I fucking love it. He uses four cameras minimum, and it’s like theater in circles. He draws his own storyboards, and productions go really fast. He doesn’t lose momentum for a detail. without meaning.
Driver’s more introverted personality or maybe even acting method seems to require a lot of isolation in order to recharge for the day after filming. Still, it seems his desire to leave the project so soon had more to do with the amount of time he was forced to put into his character’s mentality in order to put on a solid performance.
Gucci House is in theaters nationwide.
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Source: W Magazine
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