The monster at the hungry wolf finally has a face. Universal has unveiled in the columns of Variety, the name of his next werewolf. After Invisible Man, with Elizabeth Moss, it is Ryan Gosling who will wake up every full moon night in the movie the Wolfman.
If the american studio has found its poster child for its new film monsters, there is nothing to that of its director. It would seem, however, Variety that Cory Finley, who recently received critical acclaim for having realized the drama of HBO's Bad Education with Hugh Jackman and Allison Janney, would be in the shot for this post. Side scenario, if no precision has been given, it is alive and well. Written by the duo of Lauren Schuker Blum and Rebecca Angelo, who also worked on Orange is the New Black, the story is based on a pitch original Ryan Gosling.read also : A Invisible Man in the Twenty-first century
The fact that the actor is at the heart of the project is not surprising and confirms the turning point adopted by Universal for its monster movies. As a reminder, the studio wanted to create a universe that is interconnected called the Dark Universe between his films, but the failure of the film, The Mummy with Tom Cruise and have significantly reduced their ambitions. Universal then changed his strategy and gives now carte blanche to filmmakers so that they can create their own stories with modern themes.
An example ? Invisible Man. With a budget of $ 7 million and an actress at the peak of his form to know Elizabeth Moss, the film has a reported $ 122 million at the box office, worthy of a film Blumhouse. The feature-length film, without being perfect, explores modern myth of the invisible man while dealing with domestic violence. Invisible Man comes out of the clichés of the genre, and confirms the correct strategy of the studio.read also : Jason Blum, a specialist of small horror movies that can make a big difference
James Wan Paul Feig through John Krasiński, all have expressed their wishes of the characters that they would like to address. If some projects are only in "draft" status, the potential does exist. The Wolfman starring Ryan Gosling would therefore be the next challenge for Universal. Still without a release date, you will certainly need to wait until the end of filming of her next film, The Hail Mary directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller. What scream of impatience.The editorial team conseilleElisabeth Moss: " Doubt his mental health is a feeling quite common among the women "Elisabeth Moss, the muse of the cause feminist to HollywoodRyan Gosling, or the incarnation of the chic, return on a style almost parfaitSujetcinémaAucun comment
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