Jamie Bell (Ben Grimm/The Thing) echoed his co-stars’ sentiments, calling the Whiplash actor “a great guy”. Teller gets a little nervous telling the story, tearing his dinner roll to shreds and claiming he doesn’t know what happened before deciding, whatever, “These are just facts”.
Which is ostensibly why, after starring in several indie flicks, he decided to do “Fantastic Four”, a high-budget superhero reboot that is being savaged by critics. “I think we’d all be disappointed if these characters ended at the end of this film”. Back in 2005, Chris Evans, Jessica Alba, Ioan Gruffudd and Michael Chiklis played the quartet.
Today Esquire published a profile on Miles Teller, the 28-year-old actor who J.K. Simmons slapped the shit out of in Whiplash and one of the stars in the upcoming Fantastic Four flop. She said she would marry Bell, kill Jordan, and shag Teller.
“I stopped when I started doing movies and went to LA because I can’t get a phone call and not answer it”.
He added, “Like, I’ve never made you feel bad for this”.
Already signed up for two possible sequels, Fantastic Four is not Teller’s first big franchise.
Teller’s contribution to the acting world is described as, “his Tellerian essense”, which entails “talking faster and drinking more and seeming to give fewer shits and inhaling more of the oxygen in the room than anyone else”.
“I’ve done this a thousand times”.
We have contacted Miles’ reps for comment. Even if he shouldn’t kiss his mother with that mouth. “Maybe it’s because I came from a small town, but I always did well for myself”. “Oh my God. Did we just kill Jeff Chang?”
“I absorb it all”, he says, “all the negative stuff people say”.
Still, studio executives will be forced to see Teller in another light with the release of forthcoming boxing film Bleed for This, which counts Martin Scorsese among its producers. In the article, Teller explains that he nearly had to drop Todd Phillips Arms and the Dudes to be a part of the musical, but then found out through a third party that he no longer had the gig.