Josh Hartnett loves his "weird" role in M. Night Shyamalan's Trap

Josh Hartnett loves his “weird” role in M. Night Shyamalan's Trap

“It’s a really strange film, very dark and crazy,” teases the Oppenheimer actor.

Acclaimed for his role – albeit very short – in Oppenheimer, Josh Hartnett took advantage of the invitation to the SAG Awards a few days ago to share with IndieWire his impatience at the idea of ​​revealing his next film to the public, Trap.

The details of this thriller M.Night Shyamalan are currently kept secret, but the flagship actor of Virgin Suicides, The Faculty And Penny Dreadful ensures that spectators will not be disappointed. As long as you like weird films, he specifies straight away.

“It’s a pivotal role in my career, announces Josh Hartnett. Well, I always try to make sure that my choices change from one role to another, because if you always play the same thing, it becomes boring for the audience. But here, working with M. Night… it was one of the greatest experiences of my career. I find that he is an Artist with a capital A. And I believe that people will be very surprised, excited by this film that we have made. It's really strange, very dark and crazy.”

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He won't say anything more, except that the filming took place in Toronto. A good excuse to change the subject: “I didn't meet Sofia (Coppola) in Toronto, but you know, we see each other sometimes and we always get along very well. I think we like each other. In any case, I like her. love it!”

Trap should be released soon, also starring Hayley Mills (The Wheel of Time), Marnie McPhail (Dream Scenario) and Vanessa Smythe (The Expanse) to the casting.

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