George Clooney sits within the director’s chair once more for his upcoming movie Suburbicon. Written by the Coen Brothers, his newest movie is a criminal offense comedy about a home invasion that rattles a seemingly excellent, white-picket-fence household city.
Though there are some humorous moments within the trailer, Clooney explains in a current interview with EW that Suburbicon is “a pretty angry and darkish movie.” “It’s very, very dark. It begins out feeling like a Disney movie and, by the top, it feels prefer it takes a fairly dramatic, critical turn to, like, an acid journey of some type,” he says.
Suburbicon has been within the works for many years. Based on the movie’s producer Joel Silver, he and Ethan Coen initially wrote the movie’s script again in 1986. In 2005, it was introduced that George Clooney would star in and direct the movie.
It additionally stars Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, Josh Brolin, and Oscar Isaac, and the movie has been chosen to be screened in the principle competitors part of the 74th Venice International Film Festival. It’ll even be screened on the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. Suburbicon’s full theatrical launch is scheduled for November 9, 2017, as IMDb confirms.