You would think he'd come out now, but his dad is black and you know how homophobic older blacks are.
I was wondering what happened to this cute mutherfucker.
Good for him. As someone who was downsized, I am happy when anyone can get work. I also think selling a script is a virtual impossibility.
I love Wentworth so much!
Great news, i heard that he is still with Luke is it true?
Dream on R5.
Now can I get as fat as I want?
Good for him that he can actually do something outside of acting.
[quote]THE DISAPPOINTMENTS ROOM is a dramatic thriller about a woman who moves into a mysterious old house in the country with her husband and young son, only to discover their new home comes with a dark past.
How original. Do they need a neighbor (or a mongoloid?)
I was just about to post something similar R9. Haven't we seen this scenario a hundred times already? I just watched "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark," which had that exact premise.
Wentworth has an M.A. in English from Princeton, I believe.
just a BA r11
M BA MFA 3 Oscars 2 Emmys
Anyone here ever met Went?
I'm a writer, bitches!
He will be adapting the remake of the French thriller "With a Friend Like Harry."
Calling it a "dramatic thriller" implies it's not a haunted house story. Horror movies can be "thrillers", but calling them that usually means there's no involvement with the supernatural. Not that I'd mind if it was yet another standard haunted house story. I love good haunted house movies and there's only so many ways to do them. The challenge is to give it as much of a fresh spin as possible, but you can never escape the basic formula.
I've read the screenplay, and I know there is a script review online. It is not a "haunted house" story.
[quote]Co-starring in The Loft with Karl Urban (lots of naked Karl Urban), Matthew Schoenaerts, James Marsden,and Eric Stonestreet.
I wonder if Went & Stonestreet got into knock-down darg-out fighst over the craft services table?
Agreed, Stoker is one of the films that I'm most looking forward to next year. Gives off a definite Hitchcock vibe.