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Sienna Miller reveals “hysterical” reasons she and Ben Affleck had no chemistry in Live by Night

Sienna Miller revealed her lack of “hysterical” chemistry with co-star Ben Affleck in the 2016 movie Live by Night.

During a recent appearance on the Drew Barrymore Show, the American sniper actor recalled what it was like to work with the Batman star in a crime drama, trying to figure out why the two appeared as a couple that fit so well on screen.

“Ben Affleck was like my little brother. [on set]’ Miller told the eponymous host. “I’ve never laughed so much in my life. I mean, it sounds like outrageous statements and attributions, but it’s really sincere.”

Based on Dennis Lehane’s 2012 novel of the same name, Live by Night follows a group of moonlighters who grew up in Boston who struggle to settle in Prohibition-era Florida and compete with the Ku Klux Klan. Also written and directed, Affleck played the war veteran and gangster Johnny Coughlin, while Miller played Johnny’s partner Emma Gould.

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“We had absolutely no chemistry,” Miller said in a new interview. “We should have been in love. We couldn’t be less attracted to each other, and it was hysterical.

“He has a big head, and I have a little one so they’ll have to put me in front of them a little bit. And I could barely see him because he directed the movie and I was laughing the whole time.”

Miller will next be watching alongside Naomi Scott, Rupert Friend and Michelle Dockery in the upcoming drama series Anatomy of a Scandal, which premieres on Netflix on April 15th. She plays Sophie Whitehouse, a woman whose life is turned upside down when her politician, her husband, is charged with a shocking crime.

Across the series’ six episodes, Sophie must see if James’ allegations of innocence are real or if he’s pretending not to be. While waiting for her verdict, check out our list of the best Netflix shows you can watch right now.


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Sienna Miller reveals “hysterical” reasons she and Ben Affleck had no chemistry in Live by Night

Sienna Miller has opened up about her “hysterical” lack of chemistry with co-star Ben Affleck in their 2016 film Live by Night.
While appearing on The Drew Barrymore Show recently, the American Sniper actor recalled what it was like working with the Batman star on the crime drama, and tried to come up with reasons as to why the duo appeared so ill-matched as a couple onscreen.
“Ben Affleck was like my brother [on set],” Miller told the eponymous host. “I’ve never laughed so much in my life. I mean that sounds like a ridiculous thing to say and like a name-dropping thing to say, but I actually mean it.”
Based on Dennis Lehane’s 2012 novel of the same name, Live by Night follows a bunch of Boston-bred bootleggers who try to set up shop in Florida during the Prohibition era, and find themselves in competition with the Ku Klux Klan. Affleck, who also wrote and directed the flick, played war veteran-turned-gangster Johnny Coughlin, while Miller portrayed Johnny’s partner Emma Gould.
Elle Fanning, Chris Messina, Chris Cooper, Brendan Gleeson, and Guardians of the Galaxy’s Zoe Saldaña rounded out the cast.
“We had zero chemistry whatsoever,” Miller laughed during the new interview. “We were supposed to be in love. We could not be less attracted to each other, which was hysterical. 
“He has an enormous head, I have a small one, so they’d have to like put me slightly ahead of him… and he directed the movie and I could barely look at him for laughing the whole time.”
Miller will next be seen opposite Naomi Scott, Rupert Friend, and Michelle Dockery in upcoming drama series Anatomy of a Scandal, which releases on Netflix on April 15. In it, she plays Sophie Whitehouse, a woman whose life is turned upside down when her politician husband is accused of a shocking crime. 
Across the show’s six episodes, Sophie must determine whether James’ protestations of innocence are genuine, or if he’s been pretending to be someone he’s not this whole time. While we wait to see her verdict, check out our list of best Netflix shows to watch right now.

#Sienna #Miller #reveals #hysterical #reasons #Ben #Affleck #chemistry #Live #Night

Sienna Miller reveals “hysterical” reasons she and Ben Affleck had no chemistry in Live by Night

Sienna Miller has opened up about her “hysterical” lack of chemistry with co-star Ben Affleck in their 2016 film Live by Night.
While appearing on The Drew Barrymore Show recently, the American Sniper actor recalled what it was like working with the Batman star on the crime drama, and tried to come up with reasons as to why the duo appeared so ill-matched as a couple onscreen.
“Ben Affleck was like my brother [on set],” Miller told the eponymous host. “I’ve never laughed so much in my life. I mean that sounds like a ridiculous thing to say and like a name-dropping thing to say, but I actually mean it.”
Based on Dennis Lehane’s 2012 novel of the same name, Live by Night follows a bunch of Boston-bred bootleggers who try to set up shop in Florida during the Prohibition era, and find themselves in competition with the Ku Klux Klan. Affleck, who also wrote and directed the flick, played war veteran-turned-gangster Johnny Coughlin, while Miller portrayed Johnny’s partner Emma Gould.
Elle Fanning, Chris Messina, Chris Cooper, Brendan Gleeson, and Guardians of the Galaxy’s Zoe Saldaña rounded out the cast.
“We had zero chemistry whatsoever,” Miller laughed during the new interview. “We were supposed to be in love. We could not be less attracted to each other, which was hysterical. 
“He has an enormous head, I have a small one, so they’d have to like put me slightly ahead of him… and he directed the movie and I could barely look at him for laughing the whole time.”
Miller will next be seen opposite Naomi Scott, Rupert Friend, and Michelle Dockery in upcoming drama series Anatomy of a Scandal, which releases on Netflix on April 15. In it, she plays Sophie Whitehouse, a woman whose life is turned upside down when her politician husband is accused of a shocking crime. 
Across the show’s six episodes, Sophie must determine whether James’ protestations of innocence are genuine, or if he’s been pretending to be someone he’s not this whole time. While we wait to see her verdict, check out our list of best Netflix shows to watch right now.

#Sienna #Miller #reveals #hysterical #reasons #Ben #Affleck #chemistry #Live #Night


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