T.J. Miller talks READY PLAYER ONE and his character

T.J. Miller talks about working with director Steven Spielberg in the upcoming sci-fi film, READY PLAYER ONE. 

T.J. Miller recently made an appearance on Larry King Now, where he discussed his recent departure from the popular HBO show, Silicon Valley. But he also got a chance to talk about his experience with working with famed director Steven Spielberg for the movie Ready Player One.

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Miller summarizes what he can of the movie in the short time frame he has and explains that his character is somewhat the “bad guy,” but more like a funny bad guy, and pretty much playing the comic relief in it. He also talks about Spielberg’s directing methods and how he directs the actors, which Miller seems to be a fan of.

As Miller states, Ready Player One, which is based off a book of the same name by Ernest Cline, is scheduled to hit theaters March 30, 2018, even though filming was done a while back. But due to the advanced achievements in technology, the new technology will be used in the film to create as much of a futuristic virtual realm as possible.

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