Parasite director directs Robert Pattinson in science fiction film

adaptation of the novel Mickey 7Written by Edward Ashton Warner Bros. It will be released March 29, 2024. The first images from the movie, which is currently shooting, show Robert Pattinson in a machine halfway between a cryogenic refrigerator and an MRI machine.

According to the synopsis of the novel—whose French translation was published last July by Éditions Bragelonne—the protagonist is expendable, i.e. A disposable employee of a human expedition sent to Niflheim, the Ice World, to colonize it.

with mockery 17Bong Joon-ho returns to one of his favorite genres, science fiction tinged with social criticism, which he had explored in his previous films. the hostAnd the Snow hole And the Okja. One of my interpreters for the latter, South Korean-American actor Steven Yeun, is part of the new film’s distribution. Just like Toni Collette, Holliday Grainger, and Mark Ruffalo.

Whooping cough from the authors of the cinema

Meanwhile, Robert Pattinson continues the momentum of his collaborations with the big names in auteur cinema. So, the 36-year-old British actor, who shot to instant stardom thanks to the Twilight series of teen movies, has for the past decade been directed by famous filmmakers like David Cronenberg, Werner Herzog, Robert Eggers, Claire Denis or Safdie. the brothers.

A director celebrated in film circles since his first appearance behind the camera at the turn of the millennium, Bong Joon-ho has become a global phenomenon thanks to his parasite. A work that won the Palme d’Or at Cannes in 2019, which grossed C$360 million worldwide, the following year became the first non-English-language feature film to win the Oscar for Best Picture.

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