George Clooney Says Suburbicon Isn’t Really a Comedy
Director George Clooney is worried that people might be getting the wrong impression about his latest movie Suburbicon. He has now made a point to explain some of the possible misconceptions around the film, and insisted that it’s not a comedy.
Suburbicon is based on a script that Joel and Ethan Coen (Fargo) wrote in 1986, soon after the release of Blood Simple. The script remained in a development stage until Clooney was tapped to film the crime drama in 2015, with some reworking of the story by the director and his producing partner, Grant Heslov. The basic plot involves a ’50s-era family who are the victims of a home invasion, while a suspicious investigator ...
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