Posted on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010 by Russ Fischer
Is Anton Corbijn already done with filmmaking just as he’s getting warmed up? His debut feature, Control, was a great start, and then The American turned out to be both a satisfying art-house thriller slash character study and a weird out of left field financial success. OK, it didn’t rake in fifty million, but it won its first weekend, and in today’s climate that counts for a lot.
But Mr. Corbijn now sounds as if he’s not really interested in playing the filmmaking game, and says he’ll “only do three films.” The idea for his third and last film, should it be that, is to build a movie around the actor and composer Herbert Grönemeyer, who has been associated with both of Mr. Corbijn’s films. Read More »