Plea from 'Star Wars' star Adam Driver helps find director's lost dog originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com
Director Leos Carax's beloved pup is home after Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard made a public plea Wednesday.
CG Cinema, the studio behind Driver's new film, posted on Facebook, "#Javelot - #LeosCarax‘s dog has been found !! Thank you all."
The duo are currently filming "Annette" in Brussels and the "Star Wars" actor took to Instagram Wednesday to relay the tragic tale of furry love lost.
"#AdamDriver is asking for help to find #Javelot is - #LeosCarax’s dog! #Javelot is nine years old and has been missing for over 24 hours," Cotillard wrote. "We are worried about him and want to make sure he is warm and has shelter and is fed. Watch the video for more information. Please DM me if you’ve seen him or can help."
In the clip, Driver earnestly said Carax has owned the dog's entire family, starting with this pooch's grandfather.
"It's a third generation dog," he explains. "He went missing yesterday, we were shooting a scene in a club."
Driver's plea even caught the eye of Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill, who retweeted the video.
#AdamDriver is asking for help to find #Javelot- #LeosCarax’s dog! He is 9-yrs old & has been missing for over 24 hrs. We want to make sure he is warm-has shelter & fed-Watch video for more info-Let me know if you’ve seen him or can help by phone or text Try Max at +32472342341 pic.twitter.com/lqi6DPOnBf— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) October 2, 2019
The best part was Driver said if anyone found the dog, "We'll put you in the movie."
"We'll do anything as a way of saying, 'Thank you,'" he said.
Looks like the musical now has a new cast member!