Samuel L. Jackson Boards Spike Lee's OLD BOY

By AMC August 20, 2012

Samuel L. Jackson has signed on to play a small but significant role in director Spike Lee's remake of Chan-wook Park's “Old Boy”.

The actor will be featured in a scene in which he is tortured by Josh Brolin’s character. Brolin, of course, is set to play the lead in the remake of the revenge-thriller which is set to begin filming on location in both New York and Louisiana this fall.

Meanwhile, the film’s composer, Bruce Hornsby, had the following to say about what we can expect in terms of the tone in an interview with the LA Times:

 "I'm working on a few things and I'll send them to Spike soon. The 'D' word (referring to the dark tone) has been spoken to me by him, but I think the score will also run the gamut."

We will keep you updated as details emerge.

Source: Coming Soon

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