Joel and Ethan Coen are currently inside post-production on Hail, Caesar!, their Fifties Hollywood film which hits theaters early next year. In the meantime, the producing and directing couple are already looking ahead to the next project, which often once again sees these individuals entering the dreary world of crime.
According in order to THR, the Coens will create a screenplay depending on Black Money, Ross Macdonald’s classic 1966 criminal offenses novel. The story centers on Lew Archer, a man hired to research a charismatic Frenchman which ran off with his or her client’s girlfriend. Since Archer digs deeper into their target’s history, he or she learns that the Frenchman is actually connected to a seven-year-old suicide and has accrued any mountain of betting debts.
Macdonald had a whole series of crime works of fiction and short reports featuring private investigator Lew Archer, beginning with The Moving Target. That history was adapted in to the 1966 film Harper, starring Scott Newman. His second Archer story, The Drowning Pool, was also adapted into a film with Newman in 1975.
The Coens are generally developing the screenplay with plans to primary. The brothers possess often explored the joy of crime and noir, with films such as Blood Simple, Fargo and No Country regarding Old Men.
Their next motion picture is Hail, Caesar!, an old Showmanship comedy starring Henry Clooney, Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill, Tilda Swinton and Scarlett Johansson. That will film is appointed for a February Five, 2016. We should be seeing the first trailer for Hail, Caesar! over the following month.