Hello, everyone! Finn stopped by The IMDb Show to discuss about “Write When You Get Work” as he revealed to get some inspiration from Paul Newman, his days on set of Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken and guessed the movie where the line has been turned into a Shakespearean line. Watch it below:
Hello, everyone! Finn is currently promoting his new movie “Write When You Get Work” and stepped out at E! News #DailyPop studio to discuss about his character Jonny Collins and explained his absence from American Horror Story: Apocalypse. Watch it below:
Finn was interviewed during on the KTLA 5 Morning News, this Friday and discussed about his work on ACS: Versace and his new movie “Write When You Get Work”.
Indie rock band Interpol released the dark and reckless video for their track “If You Really Love Nothing” on Thursday (Aug. 23) from their upcoming album Marauder, which is set to be released Friday (Aug. 24).
The video features Finn Wittrock and Personal Shopper actress Kristen Stewart as a couple with a somewhat tumultuous relationship. In the Hala Matar-directed project, the video takes on a nocturnal and reckless tone.
The Hollywood Reporter interviewed Finn Wittrock about his second Emmy nomination for his portrayal of Jeff Trail in The Assassination of Gianni Versace. Watch bellow the interview:
“I really wasn’t expecting it,” he told The Hollywood Reporter of his outstanding supporting actor in a limited series nomination for his portrayal of Jeff Trail in The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story. “It came my way, and it was dropped from the heavens.”
He added: “I feel like half of my competition is from the show. I’ll be happy whoever wins.”
Wittrock also spoke about co-star and fellow Emmy nominee Darren Criss, who stepped into the mind of serial killer Andrew Cunanan. “I think seeing him up close and personal, digging into that character was really a cool experience. He’s so great to work with and play with, and he kept things very light off-camera so that he could go to the darkness on camera.”
“He comes from music and theater, and I come from the theater, and I think that kind of loving the process of finding it together is mutually beneficial for us,” he said of his scenes with Criss.
The actor has starred in several seasons of American Horror Story, including Freak Show, which earned him his first Emmy nomination for his role as Dandy Mott. He called working with Ryan Murphy and his team “the best family.”
“Ryan, I think, is incredibly good at continuing to challenge you,” he said. “As soon as you kind of think you’ve nailed one thing, he throws you something that stretches you in a whole different, crazy way. And that’s what, I think, also keeps great actors coming to him, because he knows how to work your acting muscles.”