With the release date looming, I figured I’d share my interview with the film’s star, Caleb Landry Jones (X-Men: First Class). I’m terrified of everything I’ve ever done, which I’m finding to be a necessity.
We start talking about the film, but things take some interesting detours.
Arielle Holmes, who was plucked out of this street life by co-director Josh Safdie and challenged to tell her story, says making the film changed her life in many ways, including how she experiences time.
When you are in the moment so much that you can’t see past it, it can be exciting, but the moment can be its own prison.
That’s what this film so perfectly captures: the evil tug of a constant need, of split-seconds decisions that lead to bleeding arms and betrayals.
Michael Clofine of Digital Ignition Entertainment is executive producing.
“Abbey, Riley and Caleb have proven themselves to be some of the most talented, versatile actors working today, capable of imbuing tough, challenging characters with emotional depth and empathy,” said Kelly.
producers Jordan Yale Levine and Scott Levenson on the new project.
Lee will play Alice, who arrives unannounced at her estranged brother's (Jones) home where bizarre visions, the return of Ethan’s strange girlfriend Misty (Keough) and Alice’s paranoia and suspicion force the siblings to cling to reality amidst mysterious circumstances.
IFC’s Antiviral, Brandon Cronenberg’s directorial debut that Mr.
Disgusting loved out of the TIFF last September (review here), will be opening on VOD and in limited theaters this Friday, April 12th.
Arielle Holmes (playing a version of herself named Harley, an allusion to Harley Quinn) is in a library begging a greasy-haired boy (Caleb Landry Jones) to give her the key to his forgiveness.
He is unmovable, and his silent opaqueness pushes her further to seek any desperate action that may somehow budge his heart. You can smell Harley and Iyla in the library; you can feel their skittering hungry presence.
Principal photography has kicked off in Georgia on the Universal and Cross Creek film, which stars Cruise as Barry Seal, a hustler and pilot who is recruited by the CIA to run one of the biggest covert operations in U. Shooting will continue throughout Georgia through July.