Oscar-nominated actor Adam Driver faced some audience criticism for his latest film. Ferrariand gave a surprising response to these comments.
At an audience discussion after an extended screening of FerrariPer Adam Driver Central on X, one viewer told Adam Driver that he found the crash sequences in the film “pretty harsh, graphic and I have to say cheesy.” Driver reacted relatively surprisingly to this criticism and gave a short answer. “F**k you, I don’t know. “Next question,” was Driver’s answer, following up on comments about the supposedly questionable CGI in these scenes. Check out Adam Driver’s Q&A video below.
This screening took place as part of the Ferrari Press tour. Driver is currently heavily promoting the film with director Michael Mann, with whom he is rumored to be meeting at a reunion heat Prequel/Sequel and Penelope Cruz. Driver has also worked with Rian Johnson Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jediand the director also commented on the video in which Driver responded to the critic by writing, “My man.”
Adam Driver didn’t drive on the Ferrari set
What the audience criticized during the question and answer session Ferrari was the CGI and special effects on the cars when they crashed in the film. In fact, while promoting the film at the Venice Film Festival earlier this year, Driver revealed that not only were the accident scenes created almost entirely using special effects, but he wasn’t allowed to drive a Ferrari on set at all. “[The Ferraris] were the scariest things on set, but for insurance reasons I wasn’t allowed to drive the cars,” Driver said humorously. “Making a film is a miracle and they don’t want me to touch the part that is the most expensive. I don’t drive the cars, except that we drove Ferraris in pre-production – of course you can’t afford newer Ferraris.” the others. And at first I don’t drive it, it’s on a dolly.”
Reviews by Ferrari have already been released for those who have seen the film, as it premiered months ago and has been slowly showing at various festivals and events since then. Therefore, the film music was revealed on Rotten Tomatoes. Ferrari currently sits at 74% from 47 reviews, with critics highlighting Driver’s performance as the title character as well as the film’s scenery.
Ferrari hits theaters on December 25th.