It's hard to believe from looking at him that actor Adam Goldberg has been working in film and on TV for almost twenty-years. It seems like just yesterday he was playing a high school kid in Dazed and Confused but the actor has gone on to appear in many high profile films such as Saving Private Ryan, A Beautiful Mind and Zodiac, as well as last season's critically acclaimed but quickly canceled none-the-less ABC cop-series The Unusuals. But it is in the independent film world where Goldberg has left his biggest mark in movies like The Hebrew Hammer, Waking Life and 2 Days in Paris. Now the actor is back in a new independent film that he not only stars in but also produced called Untitled, which opens in limited release on October 23rd. We had the chance to speak with the talented actor about his funny and fascinating new film. To watch our exclusive interview click on the video clip below.
From the creators of Bartleby comes a fresh new satire poking fun of the nuanced world of the New York contemporary art scene through a pair of competitive brothers, eclectic and self-important music composer Adrian (Adam Goldberg) and commercially successful painter Josh (Eion Bailey). When Chelsea art 'gallerina' and Josh's love interest Madeline (Marley Shelton) attends Adrian's concert featuring the sounds of paper crumpling, glass breaking and bucket kicking she commissions him for a gallery performance and a love affair ensues. Further complicating the situation is that Josh's highly commercial artwork, the financial backbone of the gallery is sold to corporate clients discreetly out of the gallery's back room. Also starring Marley Shelton, Eion Bailey, Lucy Punch and Vinnie Jones and directed by Jonathan Parker, Untitled opens in limited release on October 23rd.