Stoker star Matthew Goode talks with Spinoff Online about working with director Park Chan-Wook, playing a piano duet with Mia Wasikowska, and the most disturbing day on the set of the psychological thriller.
Acclaimed director Park Chan-Wook talks with Spinoff Online about his new psychological thriller Stoker, his approach to depicting violence, and his desire to explore new territory in his next film.
An enigmatic promotional video and poster have debuted for Stoker, the English-language debut of Oldboy director Chan-wook Park. The thriller, which opens March 1, stars Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska and Matthew Goode.
The first theatrical trailer for Stoker teases a terrifying and mysterious world with clear inspirations from Alfred Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt and Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
Mandate Pictures reportedly wants the No Country for Old Men star to play the role of the kidnapped businessman in the remake that’s believed to combine elements of the South Korean movie and the original manga with entirely new material.
Spike Lee is reportedly in talks to direct a long-planned Hollywood remake of Park Chan-Wook’s Oldboy.