According to the New York Times, Ehrenreich spends most of his days reading and scripts in a one-room office, described as "bare but for a cheap desk and two office chairs, an AM/FM radio and a college-dorm mini fridge plugged into one wall." He also claims he still walks to work and that the paparazzi have yet to catch on. "Things changed a little bit, maybe, professionally, but I'm learning how much you are always ignorant of what the life of something is outside of it. It starts from zero every time. Every time you finish, you're unemployed."
Ehrenreich also expanded on his brushes with fame to Rolling Stone, admitting, "I've been in movies where so much of the conversation was about, 'Well, after this movie, you're gonna be the biggest movie star. I sort of have learned that you never really can predict any of that."
"People will know who I am at the party tonight and at the premiere …" he continued, referring to Hail, Caesar!. "But I could drive right now to the building next door and no one knows who I am. That's kind of nice." Of course, once he stars as Solo, chances are good all of that's going to change for good.