News Ryan Lambie 9 Jan 2014 - 06:52
Mark Romanek's One Hour Photo, which he both wrote and directed, was a superb psychological thriller, featuring a terrific leading performance from Robin Williams. 2010's Never Let Me Go was an effectively tear-jerking adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro's novel, which failed to take off at the box office as it deserved to.
Those are reasons enough to be excited about this latest snippet of news: Romanek's signed on to direct a movie based on the infamous crimes of American serial killer Albert DeSalvo, better known as the Boston Strangler.
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