“I remember she was as sweet as could be,” says Jones. Red is first shown reading Flannery O’Connor’s while ogling his female employee across his office’s threshold.
That’s when Mildred barges in with her script for the blood-red, text-only ads: “Raped while dying,” “And still no arrests,” “How come, Chief Willoughby?
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(“Mister, you have a bone sticking out of your arm.”)Mc Dormand, who is married to filmmaker Joel Coen, decided to visit the set with their son, Pedro, the day Jones shot his scene. the idea of getting to work with her in this context is absurd, completely.”In Jones plays Red Welby, the affable (if slightly clueless) proprietor of Ebbing Advertising Company.
He does know, though, that whatever’s inside of him, he’s only tapped into a fraction of it.“I feel a responsibility towards what I have, whatever it is—it’s a gift of some kind, and I have the great responsibility to do something about that.s Byzantium opposite Saoirse Ronan, Gemma Arterton and Sam Riley, in which Caleb played a young man dying of leukemia and struggling with his mortality.Landry went on to co-star opposite Michael Fassbender, James Mc Avoy, Jennifer Lawrence, and Nicholas Hoult in Fox's summer blockbuster opposite Gemma Arterton, Saoirse Ronan, and Sam Riley, in which he portrayed a young man dying of leukemia and struggling with his mortality.If I don’t do something about that, then I’ve failed,” Jones says. And yet, it feels like it’s exactly what I’m supposed to be doing.When I’m doing it, then I’m doing the right thing; I’m not wasting my time.Jones says he started acting as a kid because he “want[ed] to be loved and respected . For the first time in my life, I could scream; for the first time in my life, I could cry.And so I haven’t looked back since.”Never looking back leaves more room to look forward—which brings Jones back to his general dissatisfaction.Caleb Landry Jones is a work in progress, and he’s still not quite content with the present result.He fields questions like “why can’t you be happy for yourself?“I’m very glad that I’m here now, but it brought a lot of old feelings back, good and bad,” he says of the city.“It’s been an emotional hour.” It doesn’t help that he hates sitting for interviews, “just [because] there’s always room to fuck myself up.”“What I’m finding is that print is probably one of the worst ways to ever get any idea about a person—to really know anybody,” he adds.