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As handsome as you’d expect.
It nothing else, it looks like it’ll be gorgeous.
This looks delightful, and like a much more fun take on the doppelganger theme than, say, Denis Villeneuve’s Enemy.
Not a lot of new info in this one, which is pretty much just Eisenberg being Eisenberg.
Mia Wasikowska And Johnny Depp May Encounter Their Younger Selves In Alice In Wonderland Sequel-Meets-Prequel
Mia Wasikowska’s Alice and Johnny Depp’s Hatter may not be the only version of those characters to show up.
By now a lot of people have seen Jim Jarmusch’s arty vampire love saga Only Lovers Left Alive, but I haven’t, though judging by this trailer, it’s easy to see why so many festival goers have been won over. Slow …
And Jesse Eisenberg And Mia Wasikowska.
The bad news: Mia Wasikowska is out of Todd Haynes’ Carol. The good news: Rooney Mara is in.
Brilliant: Chan Wook Park Has Nicole Kidman Go Off The Deep End In A Single Menacing Take From Stoker
Chan Wook Park plays this scene for sheer intensity.
Featuring blood and a metronome, if those are your kind of things.
Nicole Kidman gives Mia Wasikowska some of the most pummelling, demoralising venom I’ve heard in a good long while.
The director of Oldboy and one of the hottest screenplays in many a year.
Chan Wook Park’s first English-language picture is set to be Stoker, built from a screenplay by Ted Foulkes, a pseudonym for the Prison Break actor Wentworth Miller. Already signed up in the lead role of India Stoker is the blazingly …
Rodrigo Garcia’s Albert Nobbs is “set among the servants’ quarters in a luxury hotel in 19th century Dublin” and is “the story of a woman who disguises herself as a man (Albert Nobbs) in order to survive. The lead role belongs to …
If you know Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, then you may feel this trailer underplays the brooding menace and gothic fear a little, but if you do not, you may be surprised to see such ingredients there at all. Yesterday, I …
Cary Fukunaga’s Sin Nombre was one of the most alarming and arresting debuts in recent years, a visceral, fiery drama about illegal border crossing into the US that was dark, rich and heavy with danger. For his follow up, he’s …
In the last few weeks, everything we thought we knew about the big-screen adaptation of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies pretty much fell away. Now, Natalie Portman is just producing, no longer starring, and original director David O. Russell has …