One of many issues I like about speaking to Armie Hammer is he’s at all times keen to have enjoyable and speak about something. So once I came upon I’d get an prolonged interview to speak about taking part in Maxim de Winter in director Ben Wheatley’s new adaptation of Daphne du Maurier‘s celebrated 1938 Gothic novel, Rebecca, I attempted to take advantage of the chance by asking about all kinds of topics.
Hammer talked about how he’d evaluate his model of Rebecca to the Alfred Hitchcock film, what lesson he realized from Johnny Depp whereas making The Lone Ranger that he nonetheless makes use of immediately, the standing of Sam Esmail’s Gaslit sequence, why we have to wait a lot of years for the Call Me By Your Name sequel, what we have to do to get a Man From U.N.C.L.E. sequel, how Tom Ford must make extra motion pictures, what it was like working with Taika Waititi on Next Goal Wins, attending to work with Nicholas Jarecki on Dreamland which is concerning the opioid disaster, and if his Gossip Girl character Gabriel Edwards make an look on the HBO Max reboot, and extra. As well as, Hammer talked about his want to direct, how he’s at present obsessive about Workaholics, which motion pictures he’s seen essentially the most, and his first TV present crush.
If you happen to haven’t seen the trailers, Wheatley’s Rebecca was tailored by Jane Goldman, Joe Shrapnel, and Anna Waterhouse and follows a newly-married younger girl (Lily James) who visits her husband’s (Hammer) imposing household property on a bleak English coast, the place she finds herself battling the shadow of his lifeless first spouse — the mysterious Rebecca — whose legacy continues to hang-out the home. Kristin Scott Thomas performs Hammer’s longtime housekeeper Mrs. Danvers and Rebecca additionally stars Ann Dowd, Keeley Hawes, Ben Crompton, and Sam Riley.
Try what Armie Hammer needed to say beneath and additional down the web page is strictly what we talked about and the official synopsis. Rebecca is now streaming on Netflix.
Right here’s the official synopsis and poster for Ben Wheatley’s Rebecca:
After a whirlwind romance in Monte Carlo with good-looking widower Maxim de Winter (Armie Hammer), a newly married younger girl (Lily James) arrives at Manderley, her new husband’s imposing household property on a windswept English coast. Naive and inexperienced, she begins to settle into the trimmings of her new life however finds herself battling the shadow of Maxim’s first spouse, the elegant and urbane Rebecca, whose haunting legacy is stored alive by Manderley’s sinister housekeeper Mrs. Danvers (Kristin Scott Thomas). Directed by Ben Wheatley (Excessive Rise, Free Fireplace) and produced by Working Title Movies (Emma, Darkest Hour), Rebecca is a mesmerizing and gorgeously rendered psychological thriller based mostly on Daphne du Maurier’s beloved 1938 gothic novel.