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3/10/2023 • 3 min read
In the sci-fi horror movie 65, Adam Driver plays a starship pilot whose craft crashes on a strange planet. In addition to figuring out how to get home, he and the lone survivor (Ariana Greenblatt) must contend with the hostile life forms on the planet. That planet is actually Earth, but they're not in our future — they're 65 million years in the past.
Driver tells us how the huge scope of the story — "big setpieces, dinosaurs, and laser guns, [and] prehistoric Earth" — was part of the appeal of the script, but that the "driving force" of the story was something very different. The chance to play an actual person in the middle of the spectacle was unique.
Driver and Greenblatt's characters speak different languages, so both actors got a chance to use non-verbal acting skills to bring each person to life, Greenblatt says. And the writer/directors tell us about the origin of the script, which in part pushes back (laughingly) against Steven Spielberg's seeming ownership of dinosaurs on the big screen.
Watch our full interview with the cast and directors of 65 below:
All images courtesy of Sony Pictures.
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