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shine Icon Shelley Duvall has officially come out of retirement.
Last seen on the big screen 20 years ago as Detective Dubrinsky Manna from heaven, deadline Duvall is reportedly set to play the hero’s mother in writer-director Scott Goldberg’s film. Forest hills.
Edward Furlong (Terminator 2: Judgment Day), newcomer Chico Mendez, and Dee Wallace (ET The Extra-Terrestrial) make the remaining primary casts.
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Forest hills Centers on a man in the Catskill Mountains who suffers a head injury that results in him living with terrible hallucinations.
Excited about being lured back to the movies by Duvall, Goldberg said in a statement: “We’re big fans of it. shine And it’s honestly one of my favorite horror movies of all time, right up there with John Carpenter Halloween and of George A. Romero day of the dead With the dark tones they deliver in their movies, perfect scores and elements that make them my personal favourites.
” Shelley contributed shine Giving her all to be an absolute masterpiece, and portraying a mother’s fear and terror in isolation in a way that really showcases it.
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The casting news comes after Duvall revealed The Hollywood Reporter The role of Wendy Torrance in Stanley Kubrick’s horror film last year took a serious toll on her mental health.
“After a while, your body rebels. It says: ‘Stop doing this to me. I don’t want to cry every day.’ And sometimes the thought alone makes me cry.
“Monday morning, to wake up so early, and to realize that I have to cry all day because it’s scheduled — I just start crying,” she revealed.