Ari Aster, the director behind the profitable horror dramas Hereditary and Midsommar mentioned he has completed the draft of his subsequent movie. In an interview with Associated Students Program Board at UC Santa Barbara, Aster mentioned his new mission shall be a four-hour lengthy “nightmare comedy,” writes IndieWire.
“All I do know is that it’s gonna be 4 hours lengthy, over 17 [years of age],” mentioned Aster, however didn’t reveal any extra particulars.
NME notes that in a Reddit AMA final yr, Aster mentioned his subsequent “will both be a zonky nightmare comedy or an enormous, sickly home melodrama.”
Hereditary starred Australian actress Toni Collette because the daughter of a girl whose loss of life unravels terrifying secrets and techniques about their household ancestry. The movie had been described as a “new technology’s The Exorcist” and “partaking, unsettling and unpredictable” upon its launch in 2018.
Meanwhile Midsommar led by Florence Pugh adopted a bunch of mates who journey to Swedish to witness a summer time solstice competition that takes place each 90 years, however their retreat quickly takes a nightmarish flip.
The helmer can be identified for his horror shorts The Strange Thing About the Johnsons and Munchausen.
He shall be producing the English-language remake of South Korean basic Save the Green Planet. The mission hails from Seoul-based studio CJ Entertainment, which most just lately backed filmmaker Bong Joon-Ho’s a number of Oscar-winning movie Parasite.
The 2003 black comedy, directed by Jang Joon-hwan, is a couple of disillusioned younger man who captures and tortures a businessman who he believes to be a part of an alien invasion.
Aster will produce the mission in collaboration with Lars Knudsen by their banner Square Peg. Francis Chung can even function a producer.
Updated Date: Jun 08, 2020 12:55:06 IST