The Fogelman’s, the next film by director Steven Spielberg, will feature David Lynch, a renowned filmmaker. It will be the first time that two of the greatest filmmakers have worked together.
The numerous high-quality films that both Lynch and Spielberg have produced have played an important role in their respective Hollywood careers.
For example, Lynch is known to have directed films like “Lost Highway,” “The Straight Story,” “Blue Velvet,” “Eraserhead,” and “Mulholland Drive.” “Twin Peaks” was also directed by him.
David Lynch Joins Steven Spielberg’s “The Fogelman’s”
That he’ll soon join the likes of Paul Dane, Seth Rogen, and Michelle Williams in their respective crucial parts is the most recent development.
According to the report, he has previously appeared as a guest star in a number of films and television shows. He played Gordon Cole in his own television series, “Twin Peaks,” for example.
A film based on Spielberg’s own childhood memories in Arizona, “The Fugleman’s,” is currently in post-production.
Dane is slated to assume the role of Spielberg’s father, with Williams to play the version of his mother. Rogen will take on the role of his own uncle in the film.
To name just a few more members of the cast, we have Isabelle Kushan and Jonathan Haidari, as well as Jeannie Berlin, Chloe East, and Judd Hirsch. Other members include Robin Bartlett and Oakes Feeley, among others.
Tony Kushner and Steven Spielberg collaborated on the script. A release date for the film has been set for November.