Zoë Kravitz to star alongside Austin Butler in Darren Aronofsky’s Caught Stealing


Zoë Kravitz will star alongside Austin Butler in Darren Aronofsky’s upcoming crime thriller Caught Stealing.

Deadline experiences that Zoë Kravitz is about to star alongside Austin Butler in Darren Aronofsky’s crime thriller Caught Stealing.

The Sony Photos challenge relies on the ebook by Charlie Huston, who will write the script for the film as effectively. Caught Stealing follows Hank Thompson, “a burned-out former baseball player, as he’s unwittingly plunged into a wild fight for survival in the downtown criminal underworld of ‘90s NYC.” It’s not identified who Kravitz will play within the challenge.

I am excited to be teaming up with my old friends at Sony Pictures to bring Charlie’s adrenaline-soaked roller coaster ride to life,” Aronofsky stated in an announcement earlier this 12 months. “I can’t wait to start working with Austin and my family of NYC filmmakers.” Sanford Panitch, President of Sony Photos’ Movement Image Group, added, “Darren is among the most good audiovisual storytellers on this planet, and adapting these fantastic books by Charlie Huston for Austin to star was too thrilling a possibility to not be part of.

Earlier than Zoë Kravitz units her sights on Caught Stealing, she will probably be overseeing the discharge of her directorial debut, Blink Twice, which she additionally co-wrote. You might recall that the movie was initially introduced below the title of Pussy Island, and Kravitz not too long ago defined why she was pressured to alter it. “It was made very clear to me that ‘p—y’ is a word that we, our society, are not ready to embrace yet,” she stated. “There were a lot of roadblocks along the way, whether it be the MPAA not wanting to put it on a poster, or a billboard, or a kiosk; movie theaters not wanting to put it on a ticket.” Kravitz added that she was stunned to be taught that girls have been truly those who have been most offended by the title.

Interestingly enough, after researching it, women were offended by the word, and women seeing the title were saying, ‘I don’t want to see that movie,’ which is part of the reason I wanted to try and use the word, which is trying to reclaim the word, and not make it something that we’re so uncomfortable using,” Kravitz stated. “However we’re not there but. And I believe that’s one thing I’ve the accountability as a filmmaker to hearken to. I care about folks seeing the movie, and I care about the way it makes folks really feel.

Blink Twice will hit theaters on August twenty third.

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