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Episode 4

Adam Driver Is Anything But Ordinary

Adam Driver, one of the stars of W’s October “New Royals” Issue, talks about his admiration for Mark Ruffalo, the film he likes to watch while eating cereal and crying, being a child of divorce, and more in a video interview with W’s Editor at Large Lynn Hirschberg.

Released on 9/09/2015

Credit

Starring:

Adam Driver

Transcript

00:04
Mark Ruffalo, I think, is like a really brilliant actor.
00:08
"You Can Count On Me", I'd say.
00:09
He's so great in that movie.
00:11
Judd Hirsch? I think is another brilliant
00:12
[Interviewer] Judd Hirsch?
00:13
Yeah! Judd Hirsch is a brilliant actor,
00:15
in "Ordinary People."
00:17
Basically the entire cast of "Ordinary People"
00:19
was so brilliant in that movie.
00:20
That's my favorite movie.
00:22
That and "Kramer vs. Kramer."
00:24
I'll just eat cereal and watch it, and cry, alone, loud.
00:29
They're so good! Judd Hirsch in particular though
00:32
is so unsentimental.
00:34
Yeah, maybe because I'm like a child of divorce,
00:36
so whenever he comes in, he's like,
00:38
"No, mommy didn't leave for you, but she left for me."
00:40
I'm like, I know! And I can't process it.