“If he ever does something stupid, he’ll hit you again!“It’s called feeling the answer!
Danish media reported(Noticed ), here’s what director Thomas Winterberg had to say with humor when he reacted to Chris Rock’s announcement of a remake of his hit movie Drunk!
In addition to this pirouette, Thomas Vinterberg was also impressed: “Chris Rock’s choice is interesting. It will be interesting to see what ideas he will come up with. I am full of optimismE,” he said.
What do we know about this upcoming remake?
As we learned at the end of January, Will Smith, the now-famous actor and comedian at the Oscars, will direct the American version of the film.
17 After deciding on Eric Rohmer’s I Believe I Love My Wife, re-reading Love in the Afternoon, Chris Rock tackles this Danish film, Mads Mikkelsen’s intoxicating alcoholic drama that drew more than 450,000 in France. 2020 and 2021 and won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Produced by Leonardo DiCaprio
Made famous by his final scene, Mads Mikkelsen’s run-off dance to Scarlet Pleasure’s “What a Life,” which regularly appears on social media, Dunk quickly wooed American producers. And especially Leonardo DiCaprio, who is behind this remake, which has been in the works for several years and which finally seems to be coming to fruition.
Who will replace Mads Mikkelsen?
Its themes and narrative easily survive language and culture changes, and it will be interesting to see how Chris Rock’s remake applies them to American society. Or who will replace Mads Mikkelsen and his partners Thomas Bo Larsen, Magnus Milang and Lars Rante.
Can we expect an actor in front of and behind the camera as well as some dance moves? To be continued !
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