A good friend is a wonderful thing! Dylan O’Brien and Sadie Sink were informed of Taylor Swift MTV Video Music Award nominations for All Too Well: The Short Film within minutes of the announcement.
According to an interview on July 28, the news came to O’Brien, 30, first thing in the morning. The fact that she’s so involved and proud of her work — and appreciative of any accomplishment or acknowledgment — only shows how much she cares about what she does. “Talk about a one-of-a-kind person.”
In an interview, the Not Okay performer said that he, Sink, 19, and the 32-year-old pop star “had a little group chat.”
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O’Brien went on to laud Swift’s work as an artist, saying he would be honored to attend the award ceremony with her if she asked him to. My dream is to attend the VMAs. “It’s been a long time,” he added with a smile. Whether or not the Teen Wolf alum will reteam with Swift as a filmmaker in the future is an unequivocal yes.
“Yeah, that’s right. She has all the makings of an excellent filmmaker. He enthused about working with Taylor, saying, “If it’s something she’s passionate about, she can do whatever she wants.” If she were to take on the director’s chair for a major motion picture, I’d be all in.
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Zachary Quinto’s next film, Not Okay, tells the story of Danni Sanders (Zoey Deutch) as she fakes her way to Paris while hiding out in her Brooklyn apartment before a terrorist strike propels her into social media fame. For now, the Maze Runner star is focusing on his new project. O’Brien plays Colin, a micro-influencer on the prowl for clout who Deutch has her sights set on.
When O’Brien first saw the script, he knew he had to play the part. As soon as I had my first talk with [director] Quinn, I knew I wanted to go all-out, like full tats and bleached hair,” the New Yorker told Entertainment Weekly on Thursday. “I found it to be a wonderful experience. “I enjoy it,” he replied. “I had a blast. It was a lot of fun. In the end, I wished I could go back and do it better because everything occurred so quickly.”
O’Brien will not be returning to his old haunts from Teen Wolf. Fan favorite Stiles Stilinski, played by the actor, said in March that he will not be returning to Beacon Falls for the MTV revival movie.
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“This show means the world to me. O’Brien told Variety in March that it was the first thing she ever did, and that “so many individuals there are really close to me. “. Despite my best efforts, “it all happened extremely quickly.”
Despite “a lot” of consideration, the Amazing Stories alum made the difficult decision to move one anyway. For this reason and others, I’m going to leave it exactly as it was,” he explained.
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