Prior to primary mainstream titles with “Sicario,” “Arrival,” and “Blade Runner 2049,” filmmaker Denis Villeneuve’s first forays into U.S. filmmaking was once a couple of smaller-scale, extremely acclaimed and somewhat other options – “Prisoners” and “Enemy”.
Each movies starred Jake Gyllenhaal providing two of his largest performances to this point with very distinct characters (or twin characters on the subject of “Enemy”). The pair unfortunately haven’t labored in combination since.
Which may be about to switch as, while talking with cinematographer Roger Deakins at the Staff Deakins podcast (by means of The Playlist), Gyllenhaal mentioned his courting with Villeneuve sooner than “Enemy” started manufacturing and the way the 2 can’t wait to paintings in combination once more:
“I used to be like, ‘What!’ and Denis checked out me and was once like, ‘It’s important to do that film’. Denis instructed me he needed to make this film and he didn’t know why. I simply take note Denis announcing, ‘I’ve to make this film and I’ve to make it with you. I will be able to in finding any person else to do it however I will be able to’t get you out of my thoughts to do it’. That’s very uncommon.
Denis, to these days, there’s something we’re running on now and he simply writes me, ‘I will be able to’t wait to paintings with you once more.’ And I think the similar approach. There are those other folks you in finding for your lifestyles the place you simply have those connections. That started that connection.”
Villeneuve is recently busy completing up the primary movie in his deliberate two-part big-budget epic “Dune” adaptation, the second one has no longer but been greenlit. Villeneuve may just simply slip in a smaller mission subsequent following “Dune”.