Nick Offerman addresses POTUS role in ‘Civil War’ amid Trump comparisons


Nick Offerman attends a special screening of 'Civil War' in Los Angeles

Nick Offerman attends special screening of 'Civil War' in Los Angeles Photo Credit: Mario Anzuoni

Actor Nick Offerman is currently set to play POTUS in A24's upcoming film, civil war, rejected comparisons to real-world politics during the film's premiere. Despite speculation comparing his character to Donald Trump, Offerman insisted on distinguishing the film from contemporary political scenarios.

“When you watch the film, it is very detached from anything in modern politics, not just in our country, but in any country. It's like doing a play where I'm playing a baseball player, and people say, 'Have you ever thought about your favorite team, the Cubs?' And I say, 'No, it's a brilliant piece of fiction,'” Offerman said. deadline,

Speaking about the upcoming presidential elections, Offerman revealed that some friends had jokingly suggested that he and his wife Megan Mullally consider entering politics.

“I've considered it, but I don't think they have any good grills and meat smokers in that entire neighborhood. So, unfortunately, I think we will be limited to just entertainment,” he said.

Offerman also said that despite its title, civil war Does not delve into political matters. Directed by Alex Garland, the film stars Kirsten Dunst, Cailee Spaeny, and Wagner Moura and chronicles a team of journalists traveling across the United States during the rapidly escalating Second American Civil War, which engulfs the entire country. Has taken it in its grip. The US government and the separatist “Western Powers” led by Texas and California.

Related Post

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *