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Did Adam Driver Have To Gain Weight For White Noise Series?

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Adam Driver is a well-known American actor for his roles in Girls, Lincoln and more. He is also famous for being the owner of three consecutive Primetime Emmy nominations for his talent in acting. Driver’s recently released film, White Noise, debuted on August 31, 2022, in Venice and has been streaming on Netflix since December 30, 2022.

White Noise is an absurdist comedy-drama film about a family’s life following an air contamination accident. The movie is based on and inspired by the eighth novel by an American novelist, Don DeLillo. The novel won the U.S. National Book Award for Fiction.

The plot focuses on themes of death, Academia, Consumer culture, childhood and complete isolation. It focuses on Jack Gladney, a professor and the protagonist of the film and his fourth wife, Babette and their four kids. It shows the struggles of a man who tries to shield his family in times of crisis and later struggles to adapt after this traumatic incident.

For this role, Adam Driver was applauded for his acting and received critical acclaim from the audience. Despite the cast being unique and perfect for their roles, Driver received much more recognition for his efforts to become a university professor and a devoted husband.

As per the statement from Variety, it has come to our notice that Adam Driver had to put on weight for his frumpy appearance. The actor has changed his appearance for the sake of a role. Previously, he put on weight for his role as Kylo Ren in 2017’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

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