An official press release from Overture Films has named three stars of Matt Reeves’ Let Me In, adapted from the novel Let the Right One In. They are Kodi Smitt McPhee, Chloe Moretz and Richard Jenkins. There’s lovely for you. Reeves is quouted as saying “Kodi, Chloe, and Richard are my absolute dream cast. I couldn’t be more excited to be working with them.”
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Update: Overture Films has informed us that Philip Seymour Hoffman has not been cast in Let Me In, but did not comment on the other cast names listed in the story. Apparently a press release announcing the full cast will hit later this week, so keep checking back. The original story follows below:
There’s a very good chance to Philip Seymour Hoffman will be joining the cast of Matt Reeves’ American remake of Let the Right One In, still possibly due to be titled Let Me In. Already on board as Owen, formerly known as Oskar, is Kody Smit McPhee, the little lad from The Road.
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Posters have been removed at request of Hammer Films.
/Film reader Adam W sent over these concept posters for Let Me In, Matt Reeves‘ remake/adaptation of Let The Right One In. From what I understand, these are promotional concepts used to sell the movie in international markets. But it gives you an idea of what Reeves might be experimenting with for the look of the film.
Moviehole reports than in a pull-out section of the Melbourne, Australia paper The Herald-Sun young actor Kodi Smit-McPhee (seen alongside Eric Bana in Romulus, My Father and co-star of The Road) mentioned that he was up for one of the two lead roles in the American remake of Let the Right One In. Moviehole doesn’t provide any transcribed quotes, but paraphrases Smit-McPhee saying that his chances are ‘looking good’. Read More »
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As you know, Let the Right One In was one of our favorite movies of last year. And you might also remember, the Swedish vampire coming of age film is getting an American remake by Cloverfield director Matt Reeves. It has been a while since we’ve written an update on the project, but Reeves’ recent interview with the Los Angeles Times provides us with a reason. Here are a few things we’ve learned:
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