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  1. Tyler

    Widows (2018)

    Steve McQueen's next movie will be a major departure from 12 Years A Slave.
  2. Tyler

    Dark Places

    Dark Places is the "other" Gillian Flynn adaptation coming out this year. Gone Girl is the big one. Dark Places is about a woman whose brother murdered everyone in their family when they were children (except her) who is forced to confront her memories of the murder when a "kill club" (people who frequent forums and conventions for murders, the way some people do with super heroes) invited her to one of their gatherings (she needs the money). I just started reading the novel, and I was curious to see if the cast in my head lined up with the cast for the movie. I guessed one character--Christina Hendricks as the mother--exactly right, and the others made sense--Nicholas Hoult, Glenn Morshower, Tye Sheridan--but the narrator, Libby, describes herself as "barely five foot--four foot, ten inches in truth, but I round up." Charlize Theron is playing Libby. The writer/director is Gilles Paquet-Brenner, whom I haven't heard of before.
  3. Tyler

    Gone Girl

    Variety: I read Gone Girl a few months ago. I didn't love it as much as some people seem to, but it's a well-done novel.
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    Fincher and Flynn are getting back together. Utopia is a remake of a British series.
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