Rebel Wilson Recreates Britney Spears’ “(You Drive Me) Crazy” Video For Her New Movie; watch
With more than 20 years of career, the eternal princess of pop Britney Spears is a source of inspiration for many current works, whether in music or on screen. It is common to see the name of Britney linked to interviews or quoted in productions that involve pop culture in general.
The latest proof of this is that Netflix has just released an exclusive clip where the actress Rebel Wilson (The perfect choice) recreates the music video for the song ‘(You Drive Me) Crazy‘. The song was released in 1999. Timeless, right, people!?
The scene is part of the movie ‘Senior Year‘ from the streaming platform, which tells the story of a high school student who was in a coma for 20 years and wants to graduate from school even though she is over 40.
rebel said that they had to ask permission from their own Britney and that she was very nervous, afraid that the singer would think they wanted to use the song in a disrespectful way, when in fact the intention was to honor her because she is a big fan of the artist.
“We had to ask permission for the Britney. I was really nervous thinking, ‘Oh my God, I hope she understands that we’re paying homage to this.’ It was really cool that she let us do the scene. Crazy is a really cool song and the video is iconic“, revealed the actress.
Check out the official clip:
The film arrives on the platform this Friday, May 13. Will you watch?