Driver recently clocked a new age, and Gaga took to her social media with a sweet birthday tribute to him.
The A-Listers have been credited for their on-screen chemistry, but the “Bad Romance” singer showed they have a bond when the cameras are not rolling.
Lady Gaga Gushes Over Adam Driver With Birthday Post
On November 19, Gaga updated her Instagram page with a touching birthday tribute to her “buddy” Driver and a behind-the-scenes photo from their critically acclaimed movie “House of Gucci.”
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The image showed Driver’s character Maurizio Gucci dressed in a suit with a bowtie and glasses, holding the hands of Gaga’s character Patrizia Reggiani.
Reggiani sported her signature blonde hair and a purple ball gown as the two gazed intensely into each other’s eyes.
The “Born This Way” singer wished her co-star a happy birthday in the captions, adding that she was so proud to know him and hoped he was having a good day.
Gaga wrote that she has learned so much from the “Star Wars” actor and gave a shout-out to his loving fans. “I know why they adore you, it’s cuz you’re the best! (and you’re a weirdo like me),” the Grammy winner concluded.
The “House of Gucci” Leads Praised For On-Screen Chemistry
Gaga and Driver were praised for the magnetic connection they displayed in the yet-to-be-released movie “House of Gucci.”
The Blast reported that there is an intimate scene between the leads that has critics raving. During an appearance on “The Graham Norton Show,” the stars were asked about it.
The host, Graham Norton, credited them for “one of the best sex scenes” he has seen in ages. This compliment made Gaga reach out for a fist bump from Driver.
Internet users shared their thoughts in the comments section. A fan wrote that the leads have great chemistry, and “Adam feels more comfortable” because Gaga helps him with his shyness.
A viewer admitted that “I’ve never seen Adam laugh this much,” while another typed, “Evidence that the actors chemistry makes 90% of the movie.”
The upcoming Ridley Scott biopic is an adaptation of the 2001 book of its name and boasts stars such as Salma Hayek, Al Pacino, and Jared Leto.
Inside The “Annette” Actor’s Career
Driver marked his 38th birthday with an impressive acting resume in his arsenal. The Blast took a deep look at his career timeline.
Although he may be more known for his role in the “Star Wars” sequel trilogy, the 38th-year-old had a busy year with three notable movies.
Driver starred in the romantic musical “Annette,” which premiered on August 6. He played a controversial comedian Henry McHenry who fell in love with an opera singer.
The opera artist is named Ann Defrasnoux [Marion Cotillard]. Their marriage encountered usual twists, which made some critics call it “the weirdest movie of the year.”
The 38-year-old was cast alongside A-Listers including Matt Damon and Ben Affleck in “The Last Duel,” a Middle Ages production that hit theaters on October 15.
It tells the story of a woman Marguerite [Jodie Comer], who speaks out after being assaulted by Sir Carrouges [Damon,] leading Carrouges and Squire Le Gris [Driver] to engage in a trial by combat.
Last but not least, Driver starred alongside music icon Gaga in “House of Gucci,” which will hit the big screens on November 24.