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Motherless Brooklyn | November 1 2019 | Warner Bros. | Directed by Edward Norton | Norton, Bruce Willis

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Also Edward Norton’s feature adaptation of Jonathan Lethem’s Motherless Brooklyn will open Nov. 1 this year. Set against the backdrop of 1950s New York, the pic follows Lionel Essrog (Norton), a lonely private detective afflicted with Tourette’s Syndrome, as he ventures to solve the murder of his mentor and only friend, Frank Minna (Bruce Willis). Norton writes and produces. Michael Bederman, Bill Migliore, Gigi Pritzker, and Rachel Shane are also producing.

 

https://deadline.com/2019/02/warner-bros-dates-dune-for-november-2020-more-1202558747/

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10 hours ago, TMP said:

Between Glass, his surprise cameo in another film and this, are we going through a Bruce Willaissance?

lmao until I read the last two words of this sentence I thought you were talking about Ed Norton, and I was like "Ed Norton was in Glass?"

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11 minutes ago, Slambros said:

This could be really good; Edward Norton always seemed like the type of actor that would try their hand at directing, and I just never noticed. We'll see how it goes.

 

He is infamous for editing and rewriting movies he has acted in. American History X went through edits from him. He also rewrote a lot of Red Dragon which turned out better than it should have but he also rewrote many scenes for the Incredible Hulk and that film was kind of terrible.

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19 minutes ago, lorddemaxus said:

This is way more Thom Yorke than Flea. What did Flea actually do here?

 

I'm not sure what Flea contributed to the song, but I do know that he's worked with Thom Yorke before; there was a 'supergroup' style group with them and other musicians called Atoms For Peace. I don't remember how integral Flea was to that project, but I do know that Flea seems to be more musically inclined than being the bassist of the Red Hot Chili Peppers would lead one to believe at first glance.

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5 minutes ago, SLAM! said:

 

I'm not sure what Flea contributed to the song, but I do know that he's worked with Thom Yorke before; there was a 'supergroup' style group with them and other musicians called Atoms For Peace. I don't remember how integral Flea was to that project, but I do know that Flea seems to be more musically inclined than being the bassist of the Red Hot Chili Peppers would lead one to believe at first glance.

I just read online that he's playing the trumpet in this song.

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