If there’s one actor we can count on to have an intuition for gold, it’s Adam Driver. Throughout the 2010s, the star has been drawn to bold, unique films from leading voices in contemporary filmmaking. His resume is nothing short of incredible, having racked up memorable collaborations with masters like the Coen brothers, Martin Scorsese, Spike Lee, and Steven Spielberg. Some of his most recent partnerships include Leos Carax on “Annette” and Ridley Scott on both “The Last Duel” and “House of Gucci.” We get the feeling that Driver is at a point where he can work with whomever he wants.
So it’s no wonder Driver raised some eyebrows when it was announced that his next project would be “65,” a film from two comparatively little-known directors: indie horror up-and-comers Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, best known for writing the original story for “A Quiet Place” and co-writing its screenplay. “65” is also a departure for Driver in that it’s one of the few genres the actor hasn’t tried his hand at yet: the sci-fi thriller. But, considering how dependable Driver has been in the past, that only gives us more confidence that “65” could be a winner. Here’s what we know so far about the mysterious upcoming film.