16.01.2023 / 04:05
Adam Driver HITS BACK at claims Francis Ford Coppola's $120M epic Megalopolis is in turmoil
Adam Driver has hit back at claims Francis Ford Coppola's $120M passion project Megalopolis is in peril and insisted the situation on set is 'all good.'The Oscar-nominee, 39, who leads the star-studded cast, broke his silence after it was alleged the legendary director, 83, was in danger of missing a March deadline for the epic, amid mass crew walkouts and a ballooning budget halfway through shooting.The film features big names Forest Whitaker, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jon Voight, Laurence Fishburne, Aubrey Plaza, and Shia LaBeouf, and centers on an architect who seeks to rebuild New York City after a disaster. Responding to the Hollywood Reporter's claims in a candid chat with Deadline, Driver said: 'All good here! Not sure what set you’re talking about! I don’t recognize that one! I’ve been on sets that were chaotic and this one is far from it.' His say: Adam Driver has hit back at claims Francis Ford Coppola's $120M passion project Megalopolis is in peril and insisted the situation on set is 'all good (pictured August 2022)'The environment that’s being created by Francis, is one of focus and inspiration. As of now, we’re on schedule, making our days, and honestly, it’s been one of the best shooting experiences I’ve had.'He went onto laud the 'fast and inventive crew' and brand Coppola 'insightful and caring' before addressing the resignations of the art department and VFX crew. He said: 'Yes, it is true that the art department resigned and VFX were let go.