“Hollywood is where people come to live their dreams”

LOS ANGELES, Apr. 28 (CulturaOcio – Raquel Laguna) –

Actresses Annette Bening y Lily Collins they are under the command of Warren Beatty in the romantic comedy The exception to the rule. The film hits theaters in Spain this weekend.

CulturaOcio.com interviewed Lily Collins and Annette Bening in Los Angeles. The actresses were attracted from the first moment by the project written and directed by Beatty. “I like the idea that people pursue their dreams. Hollywood has always represented that, it is a place where people come to live their dreams.“, comments Annette.

For Lily Collins, it is very important to stand firm before your beliefs and know who you are when making decisions in life. “If you know who you are, what happens to you is for a reason to grow personally“, says the young woman.

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CHALLENGING THE RULES

In The Exception to the Rule, an aspiring young actress (Lily Collins) and her ambitious young chauffeur (Alden Ehrenreich) fight hopefully under the absurd eccentricities of the fierce and unpredictable millionaire Howard Hughes (Warren Beatty), the man they work for.

Hollywood, 1958. Marla Mabrey (Collins), a songwriter, devoted Baptist, and her small town beauty queen, comes to Los Angeles to work for the infamous Howard Hughes (Beatty). At the airport, she meets her chauffeur, Frank Forbes (Ehrenreich), a Methodist with deep religious beliefs, who is committed to her high school sweetheart.

His instant attraction not only tests his religious beliefs, but also He challenges Hughes’ number one rule: his employees are prohibited from having any kind of relationship with the actresses who work for him. Hughes’s behavior intersects with Marla and Frank in very different and unexpected ways. As they enter this strange world, their values ​​are questioned and their lives change completely.

Actors Alec Baldwin, Martin Sheen, Matthew Broderick y Taissa Farmiga complete a luxurious cast for this film co-written by Beatty along with veteran screenwriter Bo Goldman.