Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Minnie in tune for Meat Loaf movie

Minnie Driver is no stranger to singing on camera after musical turns in The Phantom of the Opera and Hunky Dory

Good Will Hunting star Minnie Driver has revealed how "mental, mad and amazing" it was to make a movie with Meat Loaf.

The pair both star in Stage Fright, a horror musical about a musical theatre camp terrorised by a blood-thirsty killer.

Speaking at the Los Angeles premiere of her Brit flick I Give It A Year, which also stars Rose Byrne and Rafe Spall, Minnie said she cannot wait to see how her Meat Loaf collaboration turned out.

"He's amazing, he's a creature, I'm very interested to see that film.

"It was great, he is just as you would imagine, larger than life, funny and great. He's a great actor."

Minnie is no stranger to singing on camera after musical turns in The Phantom of the Opera and Hunky Dory so said she didn't take any musical tips from the Rocky Horror Picture Show star.

"I don't actually sing with him, I sing with someone else but he sings beautifully. He was there as an actor really."

Minnie can also soon be seen in pregnancy drama Return to Zero, opposite Paul Adelstein and Alfred Molina.

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