Watch The First Trailer For Oldboy Director Park Chan-Wook's Stoker
South Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook has spent his entire career making movies in his native country, but that hasn't stopped his influence from reaching our shores. The director's Vengeance Trilogy has a great number of fans here in the United States, and Spike Lee is even celebrating the Park's work by remaking the 2003 film Oldboy. But now the filmmaker has entered a whole new arena: Hollywood. Park has been developing the new thriller Stoker since early 2011 and the movie will finally be arriving in theaters March of next year. And today we get a look at what he has in store for us.
The first theatrical trailer for Stoker has arrived. The intense, dark preview is available to watch below and to see it in HD head on over to Apple.
Based on a script by Wentworth Miller (of Prison Break fame), the film's story follows a young woman name India (Mia Wasikowska) who tragically loses her father (Dermot Mulroney) when he is involved in a fatal car accident. Working to come to terms with her loss, her life is thrown again when her Uncle Charlie (Matthew Goode), a man she had never met before, moves to town to live with her and her unstable mother (Nicole Kidman). Trying to understand this mysterious stranger and figure out why he has come, India becomes infatuated with Charlie and works to discover his ulterior motives. The film also features X-Men: First Class star Lucas Till and Academy Award nominee Jackie Weaver. Stoker arrives in theaters on March 1, 2013 and you can read more about it in our Blend Film Database.
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