New Official Trailer for 'The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson' Thriller
"It's him again, isn't it?" Quiver Distribution has revealed the official US trailer for an indie thriller titled The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson, which is indeed about the exact stated listed in the title. This is director Daniel Farrands' follow-up to his other murder films: The Amityville Murders and The Haunting of Sharon Tate. This was actually once known as The Haunting of Nicole Brown Simpson before they changed the title. Inspired by true events, the film follows O.J. Simpson's ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson in the last days leading up to her tragic death on June 12th, 1994, as seen from her point of view. The film stars Mena Suvari as Nicole, with Drew Roy, Nick Stahl, Taryn Manning, & Agnes Bruckner. Maybe exploring this story is interesting to a few people, but there isn't much that I seriously care less about than this story.
Official US trailer (+ poster) for Daniel Farrands' The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson, on YouTube:
In 1994 Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman were brutally murdered in her Los Angeles home by whom most believe to be O.J Simpson. But what role did Glen Rogers (Nick Stahl), also known as the Casanova Killer play in their death? The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson is directed by American filmmaker Daniel Farrands, director of the films The Amityville Murders and The Haunting of Sharon Tate after working as a producer and TV director previously. The screenplay is written by Michael Arter. Produced by Eric Brenner, Daniel Farrands, and Lucas Jarach. This hasn't premiered at any film festivals or elsewhere, as far as we know. Quiver will release The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson in select US theaters + on VOD starting January 10th, 2020 next month. It's available to watch in the UK already. Interested?
God, this looks awful...I hope everyone involved gets sued by the Goldmans and Browns.
kitano0 on Dec 9, 2019
Triviality at its finest ...
shiboleth on Dec 9, 2019
What is this?
Movies Are Fun on Dec 9, 2019
Ewww....so bad. // "Hello Twitter-world!"
DAVIDPD on Dec 9, 2019
... Movies Are Fun said it best.
grimjob on Dec 9, 2019
Lowest of the low. Why would anyone want to watch this trash? Why would anyone want to make it? It's a waste of time to keep saying that it's impossible to 'not leave' forensic evidence behind at a murder scene this messy. That 'did not' occur here. O.J. left plenty of evidence behind that he was there and that he did the killing. There is no way anyone else could have been on the scene and committed those murders without leaving trace evidence or forensics evidence. If one is unable to comprehend that you are being dishonest with yourself and in denial...which most of the human race is anyway. Big time corrupt and slime bag defense attorney's attacking the police gathering the evidence and manipulating a jury that never in a million years would convict O.J. and you got the American justice system all wrapped up for all to see in it's morally vapid corrupt glory.
thespiritbo on Dec 9, 2019
why would anyone be interested in this?
dan on Dec 10, 2019
A very, very good question...
Alex Billington on Dec 10, 2019
i remember when it all happened and thought (at the time) that nobody involved with that situation seemed remotely likable - and now there is a movie about it and we're supposed to be interested?? i'm not sure who the target audience is for this.
dan on Dec 10, 2019
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