Reclusive writer isolated in the woods? Check. An unhinged companion who’s obsessed with his writing? Check. It looks like we might have a loose remake of Stephen King’s Misery on our hands with Black Butterfly, a new thriller starring Antonio Banderas and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Hit the jump to see the first Black Butterfly trailer.
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Posted on Tuesday, October 18th, 2011 by Angie Han
Shia LaBeouf may be out of the Transformers franchise, but the young actor is hardly wanting for work. He’s wrapped John Hillcoat’s The Wettest County in the World, is currently shooting Robert Redford’s The Company You Keep, and is now attached to star in an offbeat romcom going by the working title A Giant. Gil Kenan (Monster House) will direct from his own script, which revolves around a girl who’s unlucky in money and love. When she moves back home with her brother, she forms a relationship with her next-door-neighbor — “a 20-foot-tall man-child” (LaBeouf).
LaBeouf was reportedly in the running to star in Fox’s Frankenstein, which is being directed by Shawn Levy, but ultimately chose A Giant over the horror adaptation. No start date for A Giant has been announced, but LaBeouf’s involvement should help the project get going. [Variety]
After the jump, New Line picks up Melissa McCarthy’s Tammy, and Nic Cage remakes a French thriller.
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