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The WATCHMEN actor spoke a bit on his contribution of Chan-wook Park's upcoming English-language debut.
Digital Spy posted a video interview (head there to see) with Goode, in which he enthusiastically discusses the film written by PRISON BREAK's Wentworth Miller, and sees Mia Wasikowska play a young woman who, in the aftermath of her father's death, must find a way to deal with her mysterious, estranged uncle and the strange happenings that occur upon his return.
Goode plays that mysterious uncle and tells the site "It got picked up by Ridley Scott, Tony Scott and Fox Searchlight, and the fact they got Chan-wook Park to make it is creating quite a lot of buzz. He's just the most stupendously gifted director. He speaks more English than he lets on, but everything is done via a translator. In the end it was just incredible, a really great experience. [Charlie] hasn't been around for 25 years he's been off traveling, or so we think, and various people start to disappear. Then you realize there's possibly a pre-disposition in the bloodline of the family to do dark things. It should be great."
STOKER co-stars the aforementioned Wasikowska, Nicole Kidman, Durmot Mulroney and ANIMAL KINGDOM's Jacki Weaver.
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