When the driver falls in love with a waitress (Lily James), he wants to start a new life, but his boss won't let him.While Mary-Kate Olsen is happier than ever with her rumored husband, financier Olivier Sarkozy, younger sister Elizabeth Olsen is currently nursing a broken heart.When you look at him in this light—in the breathless prose of today's —Holbrook seems to have neatly transformed from "that guy from that movie" to someone you could pretty much feel justified in, well, hating till your eyes turn green. But it was an extraordinary role and extraordinary story. I found this little short story of Sam Shepard's called "Peacock Killer." It's just one paragraph, and I got obsessed with that. And I tried to sprint on a bike around this guy, and he put his side right into me. But here's the thing: Not only is he a remarkably smart and sensitive guy, he's also a really good actor. Because I was just watching , and I was like, "No, he's Australian." HOLBROOK: No! There are all kinds of directors I want to work with and all kinds of films that I want to do. I have some features that I'm looking to direct, but I think it was smart to do a short that was interesting. I'm thinking, "Oh my God, this guy's going to crunch me. Now, consider, he had two films out last year, has four out this year, and will have five in 2015, including his first starring role, as a coal miner recovering from a stroke, in the dark and heartrending . HOLBROOK: Fernando does a lot of mold—making and casting and stuff like that. COLMAN: If you could be any superhero, which one would you like to be? HOLBROOK: Actually, that's the whole plan, for her to read this article.The 32-year-old actor has already worked with directors that stars wait their whole careers for—Steven Soderbergh, Terrence Malick, and David Fincher, among others. So that's the sort of thing I was working with as well. HOLBROOK: I don't know if there's a superhero I want to be, that's not really in the realm of how I think, though I admire what Christian [Bale] and Christopher Nolan did with Batman, where they really stretched and made something different. It's a big fad now, and I think, ultimately, they're fun. COLMAN: You'll be like, "Honey, big surprise—I want you to read this story." HOLBROOK: "You have to say yes, you have to say yes!At the beginning, Boyd was associated with Elite Models as the fashion model.
Holbrook was memorable, if not exactly immediately identifiable. HOLBROOK: I did, once, a Calvin Klein show and a Dior show. It just enabled me to do more things—got me through school, film school for a while, auditing classes at Columbia and NYU. COLMAN: So it's not like something you're still going to ask.Also with Amiah Miller and the voices of Steve Zahn, Karin Konoval, Terry Notary and Judy Greer. Several apes and a young girl use sign language and grunts that are accompanied by English subtitles.[ - PG-13] A man (Ansel Egort) with tinnitus from a childhood accident has to constantly listen to music to distract himself and this peculiar routine helps him become an expert getaway driver for a sophisticated robbery ringleader (Kevin Spacey).With help from a mentor (Robert Downey, Jr.), the teen develops his superhero identity, and soon gets the chance to use his powers to their fullest against an arch-villain (Michael Keaton).Also with Jon Favreau, Zendaya, Donald Glover and Tyne Daly. Two lines of dialogue are spoken in Italian with subtitles.