Monday, October 24, 2016

When Love Goes Bump in the Night

Amy Adams.

Jake Gyllenhaal.

Kim Basinger.

And The Birth of a Nations Armie Hammer.

They are all taking part in designer-turned-film auteur Tom Fords next cinematic effort, the thirstily awaited festival darling Nocturnal Animals, a sure-to-be-captivating-and-beyond-stylish offering scheduled to arrive in select cities on Nov. 18 before going wide on Dec. 9.

Adams stars as a Los Angeles gallery owner haunted by a novel written and sent her way by her ex-husband (the Gyllen-yum) due to its thriller-like violence, which she interprets as a veiled threat and a tale of fulfilled symbolic revenge. Check out the film’s trailer now (Michael Shannon, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Laura Linney, and Birdman’s Andrea Riseborough all co-star) – and, maybe...perhaps, try to read Tony and Susan, the Austin Wright book that inspired Ford in the first place, before the movie comes out?

I know I’m going to try to.

Photo: Focus Features.

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