Justice Smith, Brigette Lundy-Paine, and Fred Durst additionally star in Schoenbrun’s follow-up to “We’re All Going to the World’s Truthful.”
Phoebe Bridgers is formally set to make her huge display debut.
The singer-songwriter is among the many ensemble of “We’re All Going to the World’s Truthful” director Jane Schoenbrun’s subsequent movie, “I Noticed the TV Glow,” produced by A24 and Emma Sone’s Fruit Tree. Justice Smith (“The Get Down,” “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom”), Brigette Lundy-Paine (“Atypical”), Helena Howard (“The Wilds,” “Madeline’s Madeline”), indie rock artist Lindsey Jordan (“Snail Mail”), Limp Bizkit musician and director Fred Durst, Danielle Deadwyler (“Station Eleven”), and Haley Dahl’s Sloppy Jane that includes Bridgers spherical out the forged.
“I Noticed the TV Glow” is written and directed by Schoenbrun, whose “World’s Truthful” was an indie sensation this yr after taking part in Sundance in 2021. The brand new movie follows two teenage outcasts, performed by Smith and Lundy-Paine, who bond over their shared love of a scary tv present, however the boundary between TV and actuality begins to blur after it’s mysteriously canceled.
“Large information!! Behold the forged of I SAW THE TV GLOW, which if I would humbly brag is the best, wildest (and queerest) forged anybody has assembled in a minute,” Schoenbrun tweeted. “I can not wait for everybody to see the unbelievable work all of us made collectively!!”
Oscar nominee Stone, Dave McCary, and Ali Herting will produce via Fruit Tree alongside Sarah Winshall with Smudge Movies and Sam Intili. “I Noticed the TV Glow” marks the continued collaboration between Fruit Tree and A24. Different initiatives from the partnership embody Jesse Eisenberg’s directorial debut characteristic “When You End Saving the World” starring Julianne Moore and Finn Wolfhard, and the upcoming tv adaptation of Stacy Willingham’s debut thriller “A Flicker within the Darkish.”
Author-director Schoenbrun’s characteristic movie debut “We’re All Going to the World’s Truthful” debuted on the 2021 Sundance Movie Competition. The filmmaker lately spoke with IndieWire about how the trail to filmmaking was immediately linked to popping out as trans.
“I stored discovering that each screenplay I wrote was about trans shit,” Schoenbrun informed IndieWire’s Jude Dry. “This was earlier than I knew I used to be trans, which is ridiculous. The warning indicators that the universe sends you’re so loud, or that your unconscious sends you.”
With “We’re All Going to the World’s Truthful” debuting in theaters over a yr after its Sundance premiere, Schoenbrun added, “I keep in mind sitting there and feeling such a distance from the one that made it, not by way of ‘Oh, who the hell did this?’ However I’ve modified a lot already since I’ve made this, on this actually intense and surreal manner. Anybody who makes a movie would look again a yr later and really feel just a little bit completely different, nevertheless it’s very a lot compounded by transition and the way attending to be comfy in your personal id and pores and skin, how radically and rapidly that may shift your emotional perspective on the world.”
Large information!! Behold the forged of I SAW THE TV GLOW, which if I would humbly brag is the best, wildest (and queerest) forged anybody has assembled in a minute.
— Jane Schoenbrun (@janeschoenbrun) August 24, 2022