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RT Features and A24 have firmed their reteam with director Robert Eggers on The Lighthouse, the filmmaker’s follow-up to his sleeper hit The Witch. The new project, a fantasy horror story set in the world of old sea-faring myths, will go into production in the spring. Robert Pattinson, coming off Good Time, joins the project in a lead role alongside Willem Dafoe.

 

The script was written by Robert Eggers and Max Eggers. RT Features’ Rodrigo Teixeira and Lourenço Sant’ Anna developed the project with Robert Eggers and are producing alongside Parts & Labor’s Jay Van Hoy, and Youree Henley. A24 acquired worldwide rights and will distribute the film in the U.S. New Regency (The Revenant) has joined the project as a co-financier.

 

http://deadline.com/2018/02/robert-pattinson-robert-eggers-the-lighthouse-rodrigo-teixera-a24-new-regency-1202290094/

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Naturally psyched for this but what the hell happened to that Nosferatu remake. 

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4 minutes ago, Jake Gittes said:

Naturally psyched for this but what the hell happened to that Nosferatu remake. 

Agreed, this is one of my most anticipated movies now, but I also wanted Nosferatu.

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31 minutes ago, Jake Gittes said:

Naturally psyched for this but what the hell happened to that Nosferatu remake. 

I want Nosferatu, but this sounds cooler

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I never saw Eggers' previous film, knowing it wasn't for me. In fact, the mere trailer for that actually caused some things to happen to me psychologically, things that stuck with me for a long period of time- years, even.

 

But this project sounds like something I'd be interested in. And there's no doubt that Eggers is a great director. So whenever this film's release rolls around, I think I will want to consider giving it a try.

 

And another thing: when I read that Willem Dafoe was starring in this film that has to do with seafaring, this is what I was reminded of:

 

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Just now, That One Guy said:

 

god fucking damn it Eric

You and I both know Malick and Almodovar doing the dance finna be lit

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Between this and High Life, Robert Pattinson is (easily?) becoming one of the most interesting actors of his generation

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1 minute ago, TMP said:

Between this and High Life, Robert Pattinson is (easily?) becoming one of the most interesting actors of his generation

GOOD TIME !

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6 minutes ago, Ethan Hunt said:

GOOD TIME !

Yeah, but I was talking about just his 2019 releases alone. He's building quite the filmography 

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Producers of this must be very happy right now

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20 hours ago, TMP said:

Producers of this must be very happy right now

don't jinx the casting.Its not a sure thing 😕

 

On another note really hope this movie is great.Sounds great at least

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