Some new imagery has surfaced today from the upcoming horrific adaptation of Oscar Wildes’ The Portrait of Dorian Gray, now shortened to simply “>Dorian Gray. Oh, and by “horrific” I mean that it’s being made as a horror movie, not that it’s really bad. That remains to be seen.
The Bad and The Ugly got a stack of new stills from the film, which is being helmed by Oliver Parker. Here’s something interesting I’m not sure anyone’s noticed yet about Paker: Aside from having directed films like The Importance of Being Earnest (which has nothing to do with Jim Varney) and Othello, Parker first found his way into the hearts of horror fans playing the monster Peloquin in Clive Barker’s Nightbreed!
Does that mean anything at all for the quality of Dorian Gray? Of course not, but it does make the movie that much more interesting to keep an eye on! Check out the rest of the images at the link above, and keep it here for more updates!
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