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  1. BethR

    The Green Knight

    Medievalist social media is going crazy over the teaser trailer for The Green Knight, directed by David Lowery and starring Dev Patel as Sir Gawain, described as: The trailer looks insane, but how much worse could it be than Sword of the Valiant, starring Sean Connery? May 29 will reveal all!
  2. Tyler

    The Yellow Birds

    Link to our thread for the novel. Screen Daily reports that the film adaptation of The Yellow Birds will be directed by David Lowery (Ain't Them Bodies Saints) and star Tye Sheridan, Will Poulter, and Benedict Cumberbatch. I liked Saints quite a bit, so this is intriguing. For those who have read the novel, is it more contemplative, which would fit Lowery's style, or more of a typical war story?
  3. Is coming out of Sundance with some good reviews, notably from the Guardian, which compares it to Malick's Badlands. I hadn't heard of it before, but it sounds like one of the highlights of a fairly disappointing Sundance...
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