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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Chloe Sevigny joked that she had a "mini-meltdown in private" because she hasn't been able to watch 'Game of Thrones' in Cannes

    The 44-year-old actress is in France for two weeks with her flick 'The Dead Don't Die' - which also stars Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton and Selena Gomez - premiering on the opening night of Cannes Film Festival, whilst her short 'White Echo' which she helmed will be debuted next week


    Speaking to Vanity Fair, she admitted: "I'm very frustrated right now that we're in France and I can't watch 'Game of Thrones'.

    "I'm having a kind of mini-meltdown in private. Didn't see it last Sunday, and then this Sunday ... how do we watch it here?"

    Meanwhile, Chloe recently revealed that Bill took her and Adam "joyriding" in a prop police car.

    The trio star together as cops in the upcoming zombie comedy and the 'Groundhog Day' actor thought it would be funny to leave the set while filming was paused due to bad weather - leaving the actress worried they were doing something "illegal".

    Chloe shared: "One day we were shooting outside the diner in the pouring rain. So we had to wait for the rain to pass, and Adam and Bill and I were in the cop car, in uniforms.

    "Bill's like, 'Wanna go for a drive?' We're like, 'Okay ...' He pulls out without telling any of the producers.

    "[In the fake cop car] and in uniforms, which is probably illegal.

    "He's like, 'Does anyone have their phone on them?' And we're like, 'No.' 'Does anyone have any money?' 'No.' We're driving around upstate in a cop car, no money, no phones."

    But despite their lack of resources, Bill managed to find his bearings and even obtained some "free s**t" from a local stall.

    Chloe continued: "But he'd gotten a map in a restaurant, you know, one of those that's to scale, like, 'Here's the corner store'. He was like, 'I remember this farm stand I went to!'

    " He pulled up to this farm stand, with the lights on. Joyriding with Bill Murray. He got free s**t at the farm stand.

    "He's like, 'I'll come back and pay later.' "

    While Chloe is unsure whether or not the 68-year-old actor ever settled his bill, she doesn't think the stallholders would be too upset if he didn't.

    Asked if he went back, she said: "Who knows. I'm sure they were thrilled."

    © 2019 Bang Showbiz, NZCity


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