LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 20: Lady Gaga is seen as Dom Pérignon and Lady Gaga pursue their creative dialogue at Sheats Goldstein Residence on October 20, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Dom Pérignon)
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Lady Gaga Loved The Paradoxical Nature Of Working With Ridley Scott
Lady Gaga took her "House of Gucci" role very seriously: the singer-actress spoke in an Italian accent for months, refusing to break character, and went above and beyond to bring Patrizia Reggiani to life. The superstar singer-turned-actor also enjoyed the paradoxical nature of working with the movie’s visionary director, Ridley Scott.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Lady Gaga said that she had never met anyone as “precise” as her director, especially “from an artistic perspective.” The Oscar-winning singer further explained that the director's thorough attention to detail never meant that he was “rigid” with his actors.
The filmmaker offered the actress plenty of freedom to bring her perspective to the role, and she credited him for being adaptable with the actors. Even though the result of their collaboration received mixed reviews, many thought she fulfilled her role in headlining Scott's murderous saga that depicted one of the most high-profile public murder trials of all time.