This week marks the release of director Mark Tonderai‘s House at the End of the Street, which stars Jennifer Lawrence. The horror/thriller arrives with much anticipation, as Lawrence is currently riding high on her Hunger Games success and Tonderai, who gave us the impressive horror film Hush, is back with another entry in the genre.
Recently, we sat down with Mark at the film’s La press day and discussed how he became attached to the project, what attracted him to it, which films influenced him and more.
Check it out below.
We Got This Covered: Your first big film in the Us. You must be pretty excited.
Mark Tonderai: Yeah, it’s pretty exciting. All my family’s flying in from as far as Africa and Luxemburg.
We Got This Covered: You have a built-in audience then.
Mark Tonderai: Yeah, I have 17 brothers and sisters. »
- Billy Tatum
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