Emma Brown, from the website Interview Magazine, talked to Boyd during this year’s Sundance Film Festival. The interview has been posted to their website, and you can read it below:
“I don’t give a shit what people think about me,” says Boyd Holbrook over a smoothie at The Snow Lodge at Sundance. Now 32, Holbrook is confident in his creative choices: as an actor, as a musician (he plays the banjo and the guitar), and as an artist (he’s had several solo exhibitions as a sculptor). It is the Kentucky native’s third time at the festival; he first attended in 2011 with Vera Farmiga’s Higher Ground. Last year he came with Naomi Foner’s Very Good Girls, the film through which he met his girlfriend Elizabeth Olsen. “I don’t know if it helped to premiere here or not,” he says earnestly of Very Good Girls. “It wasn’t received very well. I’m just trying to figure out where its place is.” This year Holbrook has two films to promote: Skeleton Twins, alongside Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader, and the mining drama Little Accidents, in which he has a leading role opposite Elizabeth Banks and Chloë Sevigny.
The Southwest Airlines crew heads to the Sundance Film Festival to ask travel related questions to the stars. Jump to minute 1:50 to see Boyd’s very brief “interview”.