Wednesday, March 02, 2016

Schoenaerts In The Deep

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Gird your loins for the sight of a hot sweaty Matthias Schoenaerts trapped in a submarine with a bunch of hot sweaty men, all of them gracefully stubbled and grizzled and gorgeous, no doubt -- he's re-teaming with Far From the Madding Crowd director Thomas Vinterberg for Kursk, the real-world story of a Russian Submarine that sank in the year 2000 when a torpedo accidentally fired, leaving the 20+ sailors on-board in a fight for hot, sweaty survival. It's based on the book A Time To Die: The Untold Story of the Kursk Tragedy, a title which makes it sound like there might not be a happy ending? Well, as long as Matty is hot and sweaty and maybe wears one of those turtlenecks that Gary Cooper wears in the submarine movie Devil and the Deep...


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

This sounds more interesting than Schoenaerts other two projects.

Ann Doyle said...

You could be right! He's a finer actor and should have finer parts.

Anonymous said...

He does. With a couple of exceptions I've been disappointed with the roles he has gotten since Rust and Bone.