Adam Driver responds to criticism of ‘Ferrari‘ crash scenes, calling them ‘pretty harsh, drastic, and cheesy.’ In reply, Driver simply says, ‘F*** you, I don’t know?’.
At an event, a member of the audience commented that the crash scenes in ‘Ferrari’ looked ‘pretty harsh, drastic, and cheesy’ and asked Adam for his thoughts. Adam’s response was, ‘F*** you, I don’t know. Next question’.
Directed by Michael Mann from a screenplay by Troy Kennedy Martin, ‘Ferrari’ is based on the 1991 biography ‘Enzo Ferrari: The Man, the Cars, the Races, the Machine’ by motorsport journalist Brock Yates.
The film follows the personal and professional challenges faced by Enzo Ferrari, the founder of Ferrari S.p.A., in the summer of 1957. Driver plays the role of Enzo Ferrari, with co-stars Penélope Cruz as Laura Ferrari, Shailene Woodley as Lina Lardi, Sarah Gadon as Linda Christian, Gabriel Leone as Alfonso de Portago, Jack O’Connell as Peter Collins, and Patrick Dempsey as Piero Taruffi.
Produced by Michael Mann, P.J. van Sandwijk, Marie Savare, John Lesher, Thomas Hayslip, John Friedberg, Andrea Iervolino, Monika Bacardi, Gareth West, Lars Sylvest, Thorsten Schumacher, and Laura Rister. The film is a collaboration of production companies, including Forward Pass, Storyteller Productions, STXfilms, Ketchup Entertainment, Esme Grace Media, Cecchi Gori USA, and Iervolino & Lady Bacardi Entertainment.
‘Ferrari’ will hit theaters on December 25, 2023, by Neon.
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