Why we love miles teller

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Con­sid­er­ing he only made his proper big screen de­but a mere four years ago, Miles Teller’s had quite the rise. A small but no­tice­able role along­side Ni­cole Kid­man in grief porn Rab­bit Hole led to meh-some turns in a se­ries of raunchy teen come­dies – let’s just for­get Project X and 21 and Over hap­pened, shall we? But Whiplash marks the turn­ing point for an ac­tor about to go strato­spheric with a mix­ture of po­ten­tially great block­buster fare (In­sur­gent and The Fan­tas­tic Four), qual­ity com­edy (Get a Job along­side Anna Ken­drick and Ali­son Brie), method award­schas­ing biopics (Bleed For This) and a re-team­ing with Whiplash writer/ di­rec­tor Damien Chazelle for old school song-and- dance num­ber La La Land. Teller may be over­shad­owed by JK Sim­mons’ stun­ning per­for­mance come Academy-nom­i­nat­ing time for Whiplash, but we guar­an­tee you it’s only a mat­ter of time ‘til he’s back on their radar. An Os­car awaits.

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