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David Lynch Cast in Steven Spielberg’s Movie Loosely Based on Spielberg’s Childhood: Rapporto

David Lynch Cast in Steven Spielberg's Movie Loosely Based on Spielberg's Childhood: Rapporto

Director David Lynch has been cast in a top-secret role in Steven Spielberg‘s upcoming semi-autobiographical movie.

Lynch — the 76-year-old Oscar-nominated filmmaker behind movies like The Elephant Man, Velluto blu e Mulholland Drive — joins a star-studded cast that includes Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen and Paul Dano in The Fabelmans, Varietà reported Friday. The film is said to be loosely based on Spielberg’s own childhood, with Williams and Dano has characters inspired by his parents.

Spielberg, 75, and Tony Kushner, who recently collaborated on the Storia del lato ovest remake, co-wrote the screenplay together.

It was previously reported that The Fabelmans is expected to hit theaters later this year on Nov. 23.

The cast also includes Judd Hirsch, Jeannie Berlin and Once Upon at Time in Hollywood breakout Julia Butters.

This isn’t the first time director Lynch has acted. He played Gordon Cole on his TV series Cime gemelle, had a recurring voice role on The Cleveland Show and starred opposite Harry Dean Stanton in 2017’s Fortunato.

Storia del lato ovest

Storia del lato ovest
Ariana De Bose, Steven Spielberg and Rachel Zegler
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Lynch recalled in his 2018 ricordo Room to Dream a time when he spoke with Spielberg at a party.

Scrisse: “I was at this party once and Spielberg was there and i said to him, ‘You’re so lucky because the things you love millions of people love, and the things I love thousands of people love.’ Egli ha detto, ‘David, we’re getting to the point where just as many people will have seen Eraserhead as have seen Mascelle.’ I don’t know about that. All I know is that there are lots of films out there and I don’t know if anybody cares.