August 31st the curtain opens on the Venice Film Festival, Adam Driver arrived in Venice ready to conquer the Film Festival.
In the usual Tetris of arthouse films and major Hollywood productions, today August 31st the curtain opens on the Venice Film Festival.
An edition, the first undressed by the most strict restrictions linked to the pandemic, which reflects the most thriving years, judging by the previews and the stars expected in the Lagoon.
So it initiates with a bang, with the screening of White Noise and its stellar cast ready to tread the red carpet and bring the Serenissima to the front pages of newspapers around the world.
Its protagonist, Adam Driver arrived in Venice ready to conquer the Venice Film Festival.
Adam Driver, Venice, and an elective affinity that started years ago.
The first time the actor walked the red carpet of the prestigious event was in 2014 for the presentation of Hungry Hearts, a drama film of 2014 directed by Saverio Costanzo based on the novel The Indigo Child by Marco Franzoso in which he starred alongside Alba Rohrwacher: a film acclaimed by audiences and critics that earned both the Coppa Volpi.
Last year Driver deserted the premiere of The Last Duel and he was missed.
Adam Driver landed in Venice in the past few hours.
Adam Driver at Venice Film Festival 2022
Complete black look, casual and refined as always, for the 38-year-old who drew the attention of all the photographers there.
After the ordinance photocall and the press conference, it is time for the actor and his coworkers to prepare for the opening red carpet of the Festival.
White Noise by Noah Baumbach is the adaptation of the 1985 bestseller by the American novelist Don DeLillo defined as a “dramatic, ironic, satirical” film by director Alberto Barbera that “observes our worries, fetishes, dread, and doubts in the 1980s, clear to the contemporary fact, along with the characters Jodie Turner, Greta Gerwig, Don Cheadle, and Raffey Cassidy, of The House of Gucci.
Next year will not be outdone: three highly anticipated films are coming such as sci-fi 65, director Michael Mann‘s biopic dedicated to Enzo Ferrari with Penelope Cruz, and Francis Ford Coppola‘s mammoth Megalopolis, which will begin shooting this fall.