Adam Driver has revealed why he wasn’t allowed to drive a Ferrari in the upcoming film Ferrari.
During a new interview with Collider, the 39-year-veteran actor revealed that he wasn’t allowed to drive an actual Ferrari on the region of the upcoming Ferrari film due to “insurance reasons”.
“They would no longer let me drive the cars for insurance reasons,” Adam told the outlet. “They don’t belief me with small gadgets of apparatus.”
The star joked that he was handiest allowed to handle “large gadgets of apparatus savor sandwiches.”
Although Adam was no longer allowed to drive the luxury cars, his co-star Patrick Dempsey took the wheel of exact replicas of the start-topped automobiles.
“It was somewhat terrifying. Driving a new car you have a roll cage, however there was no cage with these cars,” Patrick told newshounds at the Venice Film Festival on Thursday, where the film premiered.
Ferrari, directed by veteran filmmaker Michael Mann, is a biopic of famed carmaker Enzo Ferrari, played by Adam, whose family redefined the idea of the excessive-powered Italian sportscar and had a large part in coming up with the idea of Formula One racing.
Ferrari was one in every of the 23 films competing for the prestigious Golden Lion award at the Venice Film Festival, which runs except 9 September.
The film, which is able to also star Hugh Jackman, Penélope Cruz and Shailene Woodley is determined to be released on 25 December.