A24 LOGO COLINFARRELL SCI FI ARTICLE AFTER YANG

Irish actor Colin Farrell has been confirmed to star in new A24 sci-fi called AFTER YANG

A24 has always been a reputable production company. Most of us with a brain knows that if a movie bears the A24 branding, then 9/10 times we’re in for something quite unique and captivating. With great titles under their belt like A Prayer Before Dawn, Hereditary, Lean On Pete, The Disaster Artist, Good Time, Moonlight, Swiss Army Man, Green Room, Ex Machina, Locke, The Rover…man, I could go on but you get the point, right?. They’re responsible for some of the greatest award-winning indie productions in recent years.

Colin Farrell will star in After Yang which is based on a short by Alexander Weinstein called Saying Goodbye To Yang. Deadline had the exclusive. Farrell plays a father who is trying to save a member of his family from dying. The only difference here is that this family member is also a robot. The film is set in a world where robots are bought and used to help parents with the chaos of childminding.

South Korean born filmmaker Kogonada  (Columbus) will direct and also write the script.

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Farrell’s recent films include The Lobster, The Killing Of A Sacred Deer, and Widows. He is also starring in Tim Burton’s live-action adaptation of Disney’s classic DUMBO which is due to hit cinemas this summer.

A24 also have another sci-fi lined up for release starring Robert Pattinson called High-Life. The film focuses on a father and daughter who wake up during a space mission to find they’re on a ship with a crazy doctor and a load of death-row inmates. Co-starring Juliette Binoche, Andre (3000) Benjamin, and Mia Goth. High-Life is due for release this May

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More news to follow on After Yang when announced. As always, thanks for reading.

Words by Gary Gamble 

Founder/Owner/BigCheese @ Moviehooker

 

 

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