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Discussion in '1922' started by Religiously_Unkind, Sep 22, 2017.
Looks great. I really like Thomas Jane in this.
....dark and gloomy.....just the way I like my flicks.....
The colour seems too vibrant, I'd like to see it more subdued. Might even have preferred black and white. I cannot wait to see this, this was one of my more favourite reads.
Looks awesome! I haven't read full dark no stars yet. I need to before this comes out
i need to reread this story before i watch this. i don't remember it at all.
Oh my. 1922 was a wonderful read.
Yeah, how bout that? Black and white - the story read like that. Yes.
1922 is my favorite story from Full Dark No Stars
Why do quite often the same actors return to SK adaptations? This is Jane's third King-film.
In the casting process is it somehow an advantage if an actor has already done a King-film before? Or are these actors simply very attracted to the material?
They move on to the audio-books as well quite often.
In the case of Cusack and Jackson it seemed a way to want to repeat the success of the previous well-received 1408, but I wonder about the other times when actors return. You could almost say to a degree that there are King-regulars.
....could be all of that, or they just have a vibe that allows them to blend well into the King moviescape.....
Well I suppose these actors get sucked in by the King universe as much as anyone, or even more because there is potential material for their profession. But liking something much and actually GETTING the role are still two different things.
When someone does something truly extraordinary, like Kathy Bates, doing more of them seems not more than natural, of course. But hers is still the stand out case in this matter.
Some actors, like Morgan Freeman, are in a lot of films anyway, so it's not that surprising, but others, like Jane you don't see that often.
It looks like a good movie, but I feel the trailer gives too much away in the end. They show too much, it could perhaps have done more subtle.
I so want to see this. I read this story etc in Full Dark No Stars.
I remember the story was very good. Would like to see this but haven't got Netflix. Maybe, with a bit of luck, it might get shown on regular TV over here at some stage just like Mr. Mercedes.
This looks very promising. Getting some buzz on YouTube, not to the extent of It but this could ride the coattails of all that positive publicity.
oops I accidentally meant to post this here with the trailer ....
October 20, 2017, ! What a Halloween treat this is going to be ! One of my very most favorites too, and what I thought was one of the most shocking! I think by the looks of the trailer is going to be Perfect , the cast, the whole setting and the vintage look the film has, the accents of the characters, could not have been better, its sure to be one of his best adaptions to film if that trailer is any indication, and the story itself , is already a masterpiece. I cant wait!!!!!
If its possible I could experimentally post a link to my Netflix at player mode and it may can be watched here for anyone who doesn't have Netflix, not sure it would work but it has in the past accidentally and surprisingly.
Back in 1922 in 2 more days.