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Sarah Gadon has sipped the Cronenberg Kool-Aid—and she likes it

Sarah Gadon has sipped the Cronenberg Kool-Aid—and she likes it

Sarah Gadon is on fire: her breakout role was in David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method, and she followed that up with David’s Cosmopolis and Brandon Cronenberg’s Antiviral (the latter two are debuting at the Cannes Film Festival). Like most people are to a good hairdresser, Gadon appears to be loyal to the family of directors she works with. The Hollywood Reporter sat down with Gadon to discuss working with the Cronenbergs, and she admits that when she got the script for Antiviral from Brandon, she worried she might not like it and didn’t want to complicate her relationship with David. Fortunately, Brandon’s enthusiasm for the script helped sell Gadon on the project, and they’ve had a great working relationship since. Of course, she’s already been in three Cronenberg films and she’s only 25 years old, so she would say that. Read the entire story [The Hollywood Reporter] »

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