Miles Teller Self-Deprecates in ‘SNL’ Monologue – Rolling Stone

The ‘High Gun’ star joked that whereas Tom Cruise carried out his personal stunts, he grew his personal mustache.

Miles Teller’s maiden SNL monologue was largely considered one of self-deprecation.

“I do know they like while you do impressions and play totally different celebrities, and I wished to come ready,” Teller started. “So I requested my pals what celeb I seem like, and I was pondering a younger DeNiro, perhaps a Paul Newman. And so they have been like, ‘Nope! Rachel Maddow.’”

Teller’s debut on the late evening present noticed the High Gun: Maverick star reference the blockbuster Joseph Kosinski-directed sequel, which handed the $700 million threshold on the North American field workplace after a Labor Day weekend resurgence.

“One of many issues that I cherished about the film is it actually appeared to deliver individuals collectively. I imply, it’s not each day you get a film that’s cherished each by the navy group and the homosexual group,” Teller joked.

“It was additionally superb attending to work with Tom Cruise. That man is legend. We each pushed ourselves to the absolute restrict for this film: he did his personal stunts, and I grew my very own mustache,” he added.

Earlier this yr, Teller starred in Kosinski’s Spiderhead, a psychological thriller that got here out on Netflix lower than a month after High Gun hit theaters. Teller additionally performs the position of producer Albert Ruddy in The Supply, a drama miniseries that premiered in April in regards to the making of Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather.

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