With 2016 drawing to a close, and anticipation for the crop of films coming next year and the year after that, few sound more intriguing than Lars Von Trier’s new project starring Matt Dillon and titled The House that Jack Built. Production will probably start sometime next year, and many of the roles in the film have yet to be cast, but for now we can enjoy a new teaser poster as we wait.
Lars von Trier has made a career out of exploring the darkest elements of the human psyche. From the internal chaos of depression, the self-loathing of grief and guilt, and the aching desires of sexual dependency, the Danish filmmaker never hesitates to dive into some of the most disturbing and agonizing crevices of the human condition in an attempt to understand them. It makes sense then that von Trier’s next project will look inside the disturbed mind of a serial killer.
FOX’s M. Night Shyamalan-driven Wayward Pines hasn’t quite captured audiences everywhere (the Shyamalan name hardly commands intrigue these days), though upticks in DVR viewing and moderate ratings may well pave the way to a second season. That said, will star-studded cast the likes of Matt Dillion, Carla Gugino, Terrence Howard or Melissa Leo return?
It’s been a good long while since we checked in with FOX’s twisty upcoming mystery-drama Wayward Pines, but consider the mystery officially out of the box. We’ve all taken a knee on M. Night Shyamalan‘s film career, but does the newest full trailer for Wayward Pines feel original enough to escape the Twin Peaks comparisons?
It's been a good long while since we've heard anything from the front of M. Night Shyamalan's forthcoming FOX event series drama 'Wayward Pines,' but considering the performance of 'After Earth,' we were a bit understandably hesitant. Now you can check out the first photo of star Matt Dillon channeling 'Wayward Pines' 'Twin Peaks' vibe, with new intel on the series from Shyamalan himself.
'To Die For,' released in 1995, starred Nicole Kidman as a fame-hungry and ruthless local weather girl who hires three dopey teenagers from a high school to murder her husband. The dark comedy was based in part on a true story and told in mockumentary style, and it helped launch the careers of Joaquin Phoenix and Casey Affleck. Now, 18 years later, we take a look back at the cast of the film and s