White Noise: Adam Driver & Greta Gerwig meet again with Noah Baumbach in the new Netflix film

More than a year after the success of Marriage historyIt looks like Oscar nominees Adam Driver and Noah Baumbach have started their next collaboration with Netflix, as Collider reports (via The Film Stage) that Driver is responsible for starring in Baumbach’s upcoming film adaptation of Don DeLillo’s novel White noise. In addition, Oscar nominee and Baumbach’s long-time partner / employee Greta Gerwig has reportedly committed to play in the project. This is her first live-action acting project in four years since she appeared in 2016 20th century women.

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Released 1985, White noise is a satirical novel that tells the story of Jack Gladney, a Hitler studies teacher at a liberal arts college in Central America. Bound by love, agony and four cutting-edge descendants, Jack and his fourth wife Babette navigate the rocky passages of family life to the babble of branded consumerism. If an “airborne toxic event” causes a deadly black chemical cloud, they must be exposed together at risk of death.

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Production is scheduled to start in June 2021.

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Baumbach and Gerwig first worked together in 2010 Greenberg and was then followed by 2012 Frances Ha. The duo is currently co-author of the Barbie Film with Margot Robbie for Warner Bros. Pictures.

White Noise is the latest addition to Driver’s growing list of upcoming projects, which includes Ridley Scott’s star-studded film The last duel;; Music film from Amazon Studios Annette;; Sony’s science fiction thriller 65;; and Ridley Scotts Gucci run by Lady Gaga.

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