We already know what the new film by the director of Barbarian! Zach Cregger is preparing his new project after the great success he had with his debut film and the first details were released. From what is said, it will be a very different film, but everything indicates that it will once again be a horror proposal.
In accordance with The Hollywood Reporterthe feature film will be named weaponsand it is striking that it is described as “an interrelated horror epic, with several stories, along the lines of Magnolia”. The 1999 film directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, is known for having a dream ensemble, which plays several people united by fate in one day with a lot of intensity.
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In addition, what was also revealed is that several renowned studios were present at the auction for the rights to the film. In the end, the company that was left with the project was New Line. But the battle was not easy, as many people wanted to work with Cregger, who began to develop weapons immediately after the premiere of Barbarian.
The first report indicates that New Line spared no expense. To ensure that the filmmaker will work on the project under his banner, the studio offered him an eight-figure sum for the rights, as well as the final cut privilege. At the moment, there are no details about the possible cast or a release date, but that will surely be announced very soon.
Barbarian It was acclaimed by the public and critics around the world. In particular, what I liked was her sensitivity to offer an interesting reflection on the dangers of bullying women and the fear that they feel when they find themselves in this type of situation. In addition, its good handling of suspense, its photography, its satirical elements and the performances of Georgina Campbell, Bill Skarsgård and Justin Long were highlighted.
Are you excited about the new film by the director of Barbarian? His first film can be seen on Star Plus.
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