While at the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 23, Adrian Grenier and a foul-mouthed AnnaLynne McCord promoted their new ‘relationship movie,’ titled ‘Trash Fire,’ and it sounds all kinds of awesome. Watch here!
AnnaLynne McCord almost “killed” the writer and director of Trash Fire “with a steak knife” because she desperately wanted her role, she revealed at Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 23. The “anti-romantic comedy,” which tells the story of a man forced to confront the past he’s been running from his whole adult life, stars AnnaLynne, Adrian Grenier, Sibyl Gregory and more. To hear them talk in-depth about the movie, watch the video!
“It’s called Trash Fire, and it revolves around the relationship between our characters — our dysfunctional relationship. All the other stuff: the gags, the horror element, are just an added bonus. Because at its core, it’s a relationship movie,” Adrian explained during an interview at Sundance on Jan. 23. To hear more about the movie, watch the video above!
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