In a daring and risky bid for an unprecedented 4th Academy Award as Best Actor, famed method actor Sir Daniel Day-Lewis has announced his final role, his first in 5 years and only his 7th in the past quarter-century, will be an aging and emotionally-troubled 1917 Fruehauf 18-wheeler.
The tragic period piece is set in the 1920s. It features Day-Lewis as a retired army truck with PTSD from the First World War, now battling alcoholism while also carrying smuggled whiskey for Al Capone. The film’s director said that Day-Lewis, famed for his Method acting, remained in character for the entire shoot and cost the company $78,000 in diesel fuel and transmission oil.
Meryl Streep will play the truck’s long-suffering wife, a Ford diaper delivery van, as well as all the other 29 roles in the film.
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