AFTER a 15-year absence, Warren Beatty returns to the big screen in “Rules Don’t Apply,” a personal project about the eccentric billionaire Howard Hughes.
Set in Hollywood in 1958, the movie focuses on the budding romance between Hughes’ young driver (Alden Ehrenreich) and a naive young actress (Lily Collins) who is under contract at the mogul’s movie studio.
“I’ve been very lucky because I haven’t had to do picture after picture, so I’m not sick of making movies. I’ve been away from movies for years at a time,” said Beatty, 79, who also wrote and directed the film that opened in US theaters on Wednesday. (Reuters)