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dated: 2022-11-19 20:56:34 .
“Uncomfortable,” Trent Reznor says when asked his thoughts on Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter.
The Nine Inch Nails frontman and Oscar-winning composer (with longtime partner Atticus Ross) has a respectable 1.6 million followers, even though he doesn’t tweet that much. However, he is ready to say goodbye forever.
“I’m just leaving. We don’t need the arrogance of the billionaire class to feel like they could just come and fix everything. Even without his involvement, I feel like this environment has become so toxic. I have to switch off for my sanity. I don’t feel comfortable with it anymore.”
He is not the only one weighing his future on the platform. Stars who have finally made up their minds in the days since Musk took over the company on October 28 include Alex Winter, David Dastmalchian, Laura Benanti, Gigi Hadid and Whoopi Goldberg, while others have signaled their intention to stop using Twitter, although their accounts have not yet been deleted. Among them are Ariana DeBose, Brian Koppelman, Toni Braxton, Ken Olin and others.
The Hollywood Reporter met Reznor and Ross during a joint interview on the red carpet outside China’s TCL Theater, where there was plenty to talk about across social media platforms. The couple was especially happy to talk about their collaboration bones and all Director Luca Guadagnino before going to the AFI Fest premiere.
Apparently, the collaboration with the Italian author went so well that they have been working on another collaboration for his tennis film for months challenger with Zendaya, Josh O’Connor and Mike Faist.
“It couldn’t have been better,” Reznor said of working on the cannibal love story. “We didn’t know him when we went into this to meet a genuine, authentic, respectful employee who became our friend. We were able to work on material that amazed us with each iteration, as it evolved into something that exceeded our expectations. I know it sounds funny, you might say, but it really was a magical experience.”
Later, during a post-screening Q&A moderated by him Los Angeles Times A critic of Justin Chang, Reznor revealed that he and Ross began working on the music long before Guadagnino picked up any cameras. And it was the director who suggested the acoustic guitar as an anchor for the “simple, melodic component” that plays throughout the film.
“That made us approach it as a love story,” he continued, referring to the carnivorous couple at the center of the story, played by Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell. Months later, Guadagnino felt the rough cut of the film, four and a half hours long.
“We sat and watched it,” Reznor recalled. “Seeing these characters come to life with so much skill, humanity and vulnerability was a truly crazy experience. It was really one of those things. We will always remember, wow, the genius, the shot selection, the art direction. … He really impressed us in a way.”
bones and all opens in theaters on November 18.
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross at the AFI Fest premiere bones and all at the TCL Chinese Theater on November 5, 2022. Jerod Harris/Getty Images
This story first appeared in the Nov. 16 issue of The Hollywood Reporter. Click here to apply.
Trent Reznor on wanting to bail on Twitter after taking over Elon Musk: ‘We don’t need the arrogance of the billionaire class’
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