Carole Horst Plenty of us have experienced helicopter parenting, but how many have had their dad’s film premiere hovering over their own?
First-time feature director Mary Nighy, for one. On Sept. 11, she’ll attend the Toronto Gala world premiere of her psychological thriller “Alice, Darling” just hours after her actor dad Bill Nighy’s drama “Living” has its Canadian debut that afternoon. “He was joking that I’ve got the ‘cool’ time slot — we were laughing about that,” she says. “‘Living’ is beautiful, and I’m so proud of his work.
He watched ‘Alice’ and is really excited for me. I think it will be lovely to do this together.” But that’s where the synergy ends.Read more on variety.com