Perfect Sense. Melancholia. Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close. They’ve all got one thing in common; they’re all hitting the silver screen in the near future and they’re all going to be completely and utterly soul destroying. Keeping this chic bleakness in mind, we’re decided to check out the 10 most depressing films ever made…
We’ve got a waft of what he’s cooking.
Don’t even pretend you didn’t consider kneeling.
Disney’s next project – a live action adaptation of The Lone Ranger – has finally got a writer attached. And who’s the lucky cad? Justin Haythe, writer of Revolutionary Road.
Set in the 1950s, Revolutionary Road centres on the relationship between Alice (Kate Winslet) and Frank Wheeler (Leo DiCaprio); a married couple in their late twenties. Seen as the shining example of wedded bliss by their friends and neighbours living on Revolutionary Road, they have two children, a secure future and a beautiful home. But beneth their flawless exterior both Alice and Frank feel as though their lives are being wasted. Revolutionary Road is a poignant, heartbreaking and piercing look into what makes up a relationship, and how it is that deep love can turn to hatred.
Stieg Larsson’s bestselling Millennium trilogy is inching closer to the big screen, with Sony in talks to develop American film versions of the three books, and the first of the Swedish versions due out early next year.