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Adam Driver: ‘I feel the pressure with every job”

Ricardo Paulino

 Actor, Adam Driver, recently discussed what it means to take on a new role in an interview with Christiane Amanpour. All of this relates to the recently released cinematography from Michael Mann's Ferrari.

This movie is based on the 1991 biography Enzo Ferrari: The Man, the Cars, the Races, the Machine by motorsport journalist Brock Yates, and it will be released on December 29 on all billboards in the world.

Adam Driver mentioned the fact regarding the transformation into Enzo Ferrari’s role as “taking in a lot of information and trying to exhaust it [the character]. I just want to know a lot just to manage nerves more than anything”

Enzo Ferrari: “Am I a Sportsman or a competitor?”

Ferrari asks a racer in a rhetorical manner. “If you get into one of my cars, you get in to win.” All of this is a reference to the commercial strategy that the Italian automaker Ferrari employed with both its rivals and its arch-rival, Ferruccio Lamborghini, who is also of the same nationality [Italian]. Adam Driver emphasises throughout the conversation the kind of thinking that Enzo had in the world of sports and how Ferrari developed into a distinctive and esteemed brand that is still relevant today.

Ferrari the movie

The film has a unique cast: Adam Driver plays Enzo Ferrari in the movie, while Penelope Cruz plays Laura Ferrari, his wife. Shailene Woodley plays Lina Lardi, who was Enzo Ferrari's secretary before becoming his wife.

In an engrossing conversation about the much awaited movie "Ferrari," celebrated actor Adam Driver reveals the nuances of his revolutionary character. Driver explores the difficulties of playing the mysterious racing legend, including details on the strong emotional and preparatory work needed. The actor's dedication to authenticity and the cinematic magic behind the scenes are fascinatingly revealed in the interview, which assures viewers have an amazing experience in the next Michael Mann’s masterpiece.

Before ‘Ferrari’ opens on December 29, the cast is currently on tour, promoting their new audiovisual work in major theatres across the globe and doing media interviews. Ferrari most definitely wants to be a major box office hit in the winter market.


Edited by: Jonathan Nwabenu

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