Posted on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010 by Russ Fischer
A couple months back we did a quick casting break on The Odd Life of Timothy Green, and now we’ve got another one, as Joel Edgerton has joined the cast. The actor seems poised to break out as something between a legit tough guy and a capable leading man. Hardly a new actor, he had an early part in the Star Wars prequels as Owen Lars, and was more recently in his brother Nash Edgerton’s film The Square, is in the very good Animal Kingdom, and is one of the leads of Universal’s prequel to The Thing.
The Odd Life of Timothy Green sounds it would extend some of the instincts he showed off in Animal Kingdom, and new details suggest the movie might be triangulated between literary work from Jonathan Irving, Jonathan Carroll and the short stories of Haruki Murakami. Which is odd, because it is from About a Boy and What’s Eating Gilbert Grape? writer and Dan in Real Life director Peter Hedges. Read More »