The rebirth of Brendan Fraser, or Brenaissance if you prefer, is now in full swing, with the beloved actor set to appear as we have never seen him before in director Darren Aronofsky’s film. The whale for study A24. Not only will The whale He finds Fraser in a role unlike anything he’s ever had before, playing a lonely teacher who suffers from severe obesity, but Fraser himself has now teased that the movie itself will have a certain uniqueness as well.
“It will be like something you haven’t seen before. That’s really all I can tell you.”
Brendan fraser he is remarkably cautious when talking about the project, which should come as no surprise considering that Darren Aronofosky’s earlier work generally involves distinctive dynamic elements. Aronofsky’s back catalog is particularly stellar and includes haunting cinematic delights such as Pi, Requiem for a dream, Black Swan and The fighter. Each film is imbued with its own narrative quirks and evocative atmosphere, and according to Fraser, The whale it will be no different.
Directed by Darren aronofsky and written by Samuel D. Hunter, The whale is based on Hunter’s play of the same name, and stars Brendan Fraser as Charlie, a 600-pound middle-aged man and English teacher trying to reconnect with his 17-year-old daughter, and the couple have grown apart. after Charlie left. her family for her gay lover, who later died. Sadly, Charlie has spent his pain and shame overeating in an attempt to drown out the pain and guilt.
Starring Hong Chau, Sadie Sink, Samantha Morton, and Ty Simpkins alongside Fraser, the Doomed patrol The star has since revealed that the film “is already in the can” and that her role included “a lot of makeup and prosthetics.”
“Adapting my work to a script has been a true labor of love for me,” said Hunter. “This story is deeply personal and I am so grateful that it will have the opportunity to reach a wider audience. I have been a fan of Darren since I saw Requiem for a Dream when I was a freshman in college writing my first plays, and I am very grateful that he has brought his unique talent and vision to this film. “
Brendan Fraser has several intriguing and high-profile projects in the works, with the actor teaming up with all kinds of talented creatives both in front of and behind the camera. Released earlier this year, the period police thriller No sudden movement finds Fraser directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring opposite Don Cheadle, Benicio del Toro, David Harbor, Jon Hamm and Amy Seimetz.
Continuing with the crime dramas, Fraser will now also star in Martin Scorsese’s upcoming western. Assassins of the Flower Moon alongside acting icons Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro. The film details a period during which various members of the Osage tribe in the United States were murdered under mysterious circumstances in the 1920s, prompting a major FBI investigation involving J. Edgar Hoover. Make no mistake, Fraser is back and we couldn’t be happier.
The whale expected to be released in early 2022. This comes to us courtesy of Unilad.