Yorgos Lanthimos is one of the few directors who are being celebrated for their cinema and their contribution to it. He is one of the new directors in terms of other directors but he made his name fast because of his choices in movies. With movies like The Lobster, The Killing of the Sacred Deer, Dogtooth, and The Favourite.
He is already famous among the niche cinema society. He has worked with some great actors in the past and now he is coming back. His movies are a different world altogether and when you enter his world you are already obeying the rules of his world where it can and will challenge your morality and lifestyle.
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Mark Ruffalo, also known as Bruce Banner or Hulk from Marvel Cinematic Universe has joined Yorgos Lanthimos for his new project. Mark Ruffalo is a great actor. He has been nominated for 3 Oscars in his lifetime and also won an Emmy for his role in I Know This Much Is True by HBO.
You can stream that movie on Disney + and in India, you can stream it on Hotstar+Disney. He has worked with great directors like David Fincher, Tom McCarthy, Martin Scorsese, Louis Leterrier, and many more. He is among one of the best actors we have in the industry.
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Other casts include Emma Stone too. She is also one of the best actresses in Hollywood today. She Has an Academy Award for best actress in La La Land. She has also worked with some great directors like Damien Chazelle, Glenn Ficarra, John Requa, Greg Mottola, and Alejandro González Iñárritu. She has worked with Yorgos Lanthimos in the past. She was a part of The Favourite released in 2018. Her recent role was in Cruella by Disney. Jerrod Carmichael also recently joined the cast of Poor Things with Willem Dafoe and Ramy Youssef.
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As we all know the stories of Yorgos Lanthimos always bring us this new world that can be abnormal for us. This time he will take us in a Frankenstein world where a scientist brings back a woman from death back to life. The movie is set in the Victorian Era.
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