Happy Birthday Adam Driver.
Lady Gaga shared some good birthday wishes for her Gucci house co-star on Friday, looking back on their time together on the set of Ridley Scott’s animated new movie.
“Happy birthday to someone I am so proud to know,” the singer wrote alongside a behind-the-scenes photo of her and Driver. “I hope you have the best day, I am the lucky actress who learned from you and led with you every day. Shout out to all your fans! I know why they adore you, it’s because you are the best! (And you are a freak like me) “.
No kidding: en Gucci houseAt its New York premiere this week, Driver told EW that he and Gaga improvised some animal noises in their wild sex scene in the film.
“We were feeling it, so to speak! Everything I say sounds like a double meaning, but we did it!” said the Oscar-nominated actor with a laugh. “I’ll also say that, at that time, we had been filming for a month, so we felt very comfortable going where we needed to go.”
Ian West / PA Images via Getty Images Lady Gaga and Adam Driver at the UK Premiere of ‘House of Gucci’
Both Driver and Gaga have received stellar criticism for their work on the film as the heir to the fashion empire Maurizio Gucci and his wife Patrizia Reggiani, who was convicted of hiring a murderer to shoot her following the disintegration of their marriage. Gaga, in particular, has earned the enthusiasm of the Oscars for her performance, although criticism of the film in general has been mixed.
“Is #HouseOfGucci a ‘good’ movie?” EW’s Leah Greenblatt wrote in a reaction to the movie on Twitter. “In many ways it’s a disaster, but the camp wardrobe and accents (‘GOOTCH-eeee’) and Ridley Scott’s crazy pure melodrama still feel like balm to my sweatpant-weary soul.”
He added, “And if Gaga isn’t strictly Best Actress material, she’s still the soul and spirit of the movie’s little cup of espresso.”
Gucci house cruises to theaters on November 24.
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