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It comes as something of a shock to be talking with Adam Driver and hear so little cursing.The gulf between Driver and his "Girls" character (also named Adam), is surprisingly – and impressively – vast.Unlike the intense, unpredictable urban hedonist he's played for three seasons and counting on HBO's "Girls," Driver is plainly serious, thoughtful, erudite and even slightly hesitant. The films – one a studio comedy, the other an elegant indie – are clear proof of Driver's versatility.Driver used to have more anger.Instead of going to Iraq, Driver went to Julliard. That rare combination – soldier and thespian – represents the curious contradictions of Driver: a classically trained Marine.Driver was already 27 when cast in "Girls," but his ascendance has been swift.It will be interesting to see how "Star Wars" director J.J. Abrams utilizes Driver, who inevitably stands out.
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