Why is there no “Silent Hill” trailer?
It’s been over a year since we last heard anything from “Silence of the Lambs” director David Fincher, but he’s still got a ton of plans in the works.
Last month, Finchether told IGN he’s working on a “Silicon Valley”-esque adaptation of the classic 1986 crime thriller, and he revealed he’s currently in the midst of finishing his screenplay for the “Silences” sequel.
“It’s pretty much done,” he said.
“I’m writing it right now, but I’m also in the middle of getting some scenes done.”
He’s also working on some more “Silents” films, including “Silenced,” “The Girl Next Door,” and “Pilot.”
“I have a script I’m working on that is very much an adaptation of ‘Silence,’ but it’s also very much a continuation of the ‘Silent Hills’ universe,” he continued.
“There’s still a lot of things that I want to do with the characters.
So I’m not sure how I’ll be able to do that.
I think it will be more of a continuation.”
We don’t know exactly what Finchell has in store for the sequel, but we know he’s in early talks with Lionsgate, with the “Sinister Six” series reportedly in the offing.
“Silencer” is a film that’s long been considered a critical darling.
Finchel said the film’s “brief success” was due in part to its unique take on the genre.
“This is the first film where the story is about a family, it’s about a detective and the family’s family,” he explained.
“But that story has a lot more to do than just the detective.
It’s about the family, the people, the community, and it’s all connected.
I’m very proud of the fact that it is a story about a community and about a person.
The idea of the film is to tell the story of that.
She’s not a bad person, she’s not an evil person, but the family itself is so much more than that. “
The film is also about a woman and her family.
She’s not a bad person, she’s not an evil person, but the family itself is so much more than that.
It was an amazing family.
The fact that the film has an ending, which is so unique, is something that’s unique to this film, because the audience is always in the background and the characters are not.
And it’s so powerful to see the end, to have the audience be there.”
Finchey’s “Silencers” is in theaters now.
Watch the trailer above.
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