Adapted from Don DeLillo’s 1985 eponymous postmodern masterpiece, Noah Baumbach’s Netflix film White Noise, starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig, is set to feature Andre 3000 as well. Although his role in the film has not yet been revealed, we are all pretty excited to see the Outkast icon perform on-screen.
He was last seen in the 2018 thriller flick High Life before appearing in Jason Segel’s TV series Dispatches From Elsewhere.
The rapper will next be seen in Showing Up by Kelly Reichardt. The initial cast for White Noise was revealed in January. The film is currently in production in Cleveland.
Set to arrive in 2022, the film will be based on the disastrous airborne spread of toxic chemicals that will lead to a small twon being deserted. It is Baumbach’s first brave attempt at trying to adapt a book into a feature film. Filled with emotional upheavals and socio-political conflicts, it is a much-awaited project and fans are even more excited to see Andre 3000 star in the film.
About the project, Baumbach was quoted saying, “When I started in the film industry I dreamed of having a home. It took me about 25 years but it was worth the wait.”
“I couldn’t be more thrilled to be making movies with Ted [Sarandos] and Scott [Stuber] and everyone at Netflix, who are wonderful collaborators and friends and family.”