Adam Driver Rudely Rejects Ferrari Query

Enzo Ferrari’s Reaction: Predicted or Surprised?

Prior to gaining recognition as an Academy-Award nominated performer, Adam Driver was part of the US Marines. Accordingly, his response to an inexcusable interrogation posed by a viewer at the Camerimage Movie Festival in Poland was prompt, plain and gratifying.

“What do you think about [the] crash scenes?” someone in the audience inquired of Driver. “In my opinion, they were quite intense, severe, and, I must say, somewhat melodramatic. What’s your take on them?”

“Fuck you,” Driver retorted. “I don’t have the answer. What else do you want to know?”

One could envision Enzo Ferrari responding with an answer to a curious individual inquiring regarding his vehicles when the subject of the inquiry was, essentially, absurd. This particularly was due to the fact that Driver is an actor in this picture and not a staff member from the special effects team; consequently, such a question certainly seemed inappropriate.

Driver stars as Il Commendatore in the newly released Ferrari biopic from acclaimed filmmaker Michael Mann. At the Venice Film Festival in August, the film was officially unveiled with a select few from the cast and production team embarking on a press tour to another collection of international festivals, such as their most recent visit to Poland. The U.S public premier will be held on Christmas Day, December 25th.

FERRARI - Official Teaser Trailer - In Theaters Christmas

Ferrari concentrates on the brand’s involvement in the 1957 Mille Miglia competition alongside the tribulations within Enzo’s life. The trailer features intense racing against a Maserati as well as Enzo striving to juggle his relationship with his spouse and his secret paramour.

We are eagerly awaiting Ferrari’s upcoming release, as the history behind the 1957 Mille Miglia is certain to be enthralling on screen. The race brought about tragedy and success for the car company: Alfonso de Portago and his navigator Edmund Nelson placed first, second and third, although they were ultimately killed in an accident that took the lives of several onlookers. This event proved to be the last Mille Miglia race with competitive new cars, though it has now been converted into an exhibition primarily for classic vehicles.

Source: Variety via Twitter

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