Blake Lively & Jason Clarke to Lead Marc Forster's 'All I See is You'
This year we'll see Blake Lively stay perpetually young in The Age of Adaline, and Jason Clarke fight and army of machines in Terminator: Genisys. And next, the two will unite for something completely different for both of them. Deadline reports Lively and Clarke will star in All I See is You, a new psychological drama from World War Z and Quantum of Solace director Marc Forster. The filmmaker also wrote the script with Sean Conway and will produce along with Michael Shelby and SC International Pictures along with Ron Perlman, by way of his own Wing and a Prayer productions, Jillian Kugler and Brian Wilkins.
The story certainly sounds intriguing as it follows a blind woman and her husband who upon restoration of her sight begins to discover previously unseen and disturbing details about themselves, their marriage and their lives. That's a fairly vague conflict, but maybe it become a bit of a thriller? That doesn't entirely seem like Forster's style, but that's no reason to discount that thought. Either way, the idea of someone who has been blind getting their sight back in the middle of a relationship sounds like an interesting idea. At the very least, it'll offer a chance for Lively and Clarke to really show their acting chops.
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That premise sounds really interesting and already leaves me with a lot of questions and speculation. Been looking for new none remake/sequel movies with good direction behind them, and this seems like it has promise with Forster. I really enjoyed Stay and I hope he brings some of that style to this.
NathanDewey on Feb 27, 2015
Blake Lively's career is dead. Her acting is flat. Clarke needs to make some better decisions in his film career. Yes, RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES was badass feature, but he should be a way bigger deal than he is.
DAVIDPD on Mar 1, 2015
She's a terrible actress. She was absolutely awful in Savages. Blech!
Scarlett Witch on Mar 3, 2015
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