“House Of Gucci” Is 158 Minutes Long, But It’s That 2-Minute Sex Scene We Can’t Stop Talking About

    “If there was any question on the casting of Adam Driver — that doubt is eliminated at this moment when he is taking Gaga to Pound Town in the way that only Adam Driver knows how.”

    On today's episode of BuzzFeed Daily, we broke down the top pop culture headlines AND discussed House of Gucci. You can listen below or scroll down to read more about the interview!

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    So let's dive right into it! Recently we talked to Fran Tirado and Rose Dommu, hosts of the Like a Virgin podcast, about the highs and lows of House of Gucci. Here's some of what we learned:

    BuzzFeed Daily: So we wanted to have you both on specifically to talk about House of Gucci, the new movie directed by Ridley Scott and starring Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, Jared Leto, and Al Pacino. On a scale from "hot garbage" to "cultural touchstone," how would you rank this movie?

    Lady Gaga and Adam Driver in House of Gucci

    BuzzFeed Daily: To that point, I saw it over the weekend, and I truly feel like I aged several years when it was done. It was so long, and I read that they actually cut some of the beginning, so it was originally even longer. And I do feel like so many of the scenes were just like, "Do we need this? I don't know if this is the most interesting part." How do you guys feel about the time? It's like two hours and 40 minutes or something.

    Jared Leto in a pink suit on at the premiere of House of Gucci

    BuzzFeed Daily: Now we all remember back in March, when the first set photos from House of Gucci were released and the internet lost its mind because of how hot Lady Gaga and Adam Driver looked. So what did you think about their chemistry in the movie?

    Photo of Adam Driver and Lady Gaga in ski gear in House of Gucci

    We also discussed Kanye West's Instagram video talking about how he wants to reunite his family and fix his marriage.

    Plus, Benedict Cumberbatch recently shared his thoughts on toxic masculinity, a major theme in his new film The Power of the Dog.

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