Jacob Elordi is not in opposition to burning the midnight oil. 

Euphoria, written by Sam Levinson, has been criticized on social media for placing its solid by lengthy work days and that includes graphic scenes, which even Jacob has described as hellish. However the star is strolling again on his feedback, sharing that the situations make for a greater present. “For me, engaged on that set is an absolute deal with,” Jacob instructed GQ in a profile revealed Aug. 8. “After I’m working with Sam, I am within the trenches with him, and I belief him, and I work myself to the bone for him.”

He continued, “I feel I’ve learn individuals saying, ‘Look, that is a foul picture to set, you should not need to work your self to the bone for artwork.’ F–k that. I take pleasure in it.”

As such, whereas Jacob understands others could not really feel the identical manner about Euphoria’s grueling shoots, he believes they foster creativity. “What everybody’s seeing on tv, the photographs that individuals are speaking about, the emotions that they get, the dialog that is across the present,” he mentioned, “that is as a result of sure photographs take 30-something takes.”