Kirsten Howard Jan 26, 2017
In what is either the worst or best idea he's ever had, director Richard Kelly
is plotting a return to his Donnie Darko
Cult favourite Donnie Darko
has held up well since its release in 2001. The time travel flick was an unexpected minor hit with moviegoers around the world, especially on home release, and launched the career of Jake Gyllenhaal
into the stratosphere.
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Gyllenhaal played the titular character of the film, a teenager plagued by apocalyptic visions of a rabbit-suited man who eventually leads him to his grisly fate, accompanied by an 80s-themed soundtrack that is now virtually impossible to separate from the film's events.
An inevitable sequel followed in 2009, S. Darko
, which focused on Donnie's little sister Samantha. The film was objectively a bit of a mess,