The link between Italian cinema and Hollywood remains very strong: this is shown by some recent news about the near future, such as the choice of Ricardo Scamarcio as the protagonist of the new film directed by Johnny Deppa biopic on the artist Amedeo Modigliani, and especially the announcement of remake of a famous italian movie of the 60s, which will have for starring kristen stewart.
The actress, who rose to fame thanks to Twilight but then she moved on to much more involved films and was recently nominated for an Oscar for spencerin fact, he has entered the cast of the remake of fists in pocketdirectorial debut Marco Bellocchio and included in the list of 100 Italian movies to save. The novelty was announced precisely on the days in which the filmmaker is present in cannes with his new movie kidnaped.
Right on the Croisette you could have come across the director called to take a new look at the history of 1968 protest manifesto filmwhich had as protagonists lou castillo AND paula pythagoras. Is about Karim Ainozin competition in this edition of the French festival with period theater brand of fire with Jude Law. Instead, he will be in charge of the script. Efthimis Filippouknown for his collaborations with Yorgos Lanthimos and Oscar nominee for Lobster.
In addition to Kristen Stewart, there will also be other big stars in the cast: the additions of Josh O’Connorwho gave face to Prince Charles in The crown and also him in Cannes for the film of Alice Rohrwacher, the chimeraand also elle fanning.
The title of the film at this time would be rose bush pruning and it will be based precisely on the script that launched Marco Bellocchio’s film career, focused on family and social values. According to what was reported by the hollywood reporterAinouz said:
Marco Bellocchio’s astonishing debut, Fists in the Pocket, was released over fifty years ago and had a great impact on Italian cinema and storytelling weather. I am delighted to collaborate with Efthimis Filippou to revise this iconic work and create a contemporary parable about the death of the traditional patriarchal familywhich I hope is moving and provocative in equal measure.
The expected release date, it seems, is for spring 2024.
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