Don Johnson’s latest role comes in comedy-drama A Little White Lie, and in the true spirit of the films narrative, which is about a man (played by Michael Shannon) who pretends to be a famous author, blagging his way into a prestigious literary festival, we asked Johnson about whether he himself have ever told a little white lie to get him a role – and his answer/story is hilarious.
We also speak about collaborating with Shannon, whether he has ever harboured any ambition to one day write an autobiography, and we speak about his work with S. Craig Zahler, and why he’d love to work with the director again.
Watch the full interview with Don Johnson here:
Shriver, a down-on-his-luck handyman whose never read a book in his life, gets mistaken for a famous writer whose been in hiding for more than 20 years. With nothing to lose, he accepts an invitation to a college literary festival and soon finds himself surrounded by adoring fans and an English professor who captures his heart.
A Little White Lie is out on March 3rd