Fatal Attraction
"I feel bad that I can't deliver the murdering of the bunny for all the people who so desperately want it," Kaplan said. "It's really like people really want it."
A handful of performances make this reimagining worth a watch, but it's still eight episodes that feel messy for the wrong reasons.
Jackson also shared his sex scene pet peeve: "I’ve never in my life had great sex with somebody and then have them be like, 'But I don’t want you to see my nipples in the morning.'"
As his iconic film gets a splashy 4K release, the filmmaker talks to IndieWire about making a surprise hit, what he really thinks of the term "erotic thriller," and his one big regret.
The TV adaptation of Adrian Lyne's blockbuster psychosexual thriller will tell Alex Forrest's side of the story.
The TV adaptation of Adrian Lyne's 1987 Best Picture nominee also stars Amanda Peet, Alyssa Jirrels, and Reno Wilson.
Lizzy Caplan and Joshua Jackson star in the remake of the 1987 erotic thriller.
Caplan stars opposite Joshua Jackson in the Paramount+ series based on Adrian Lyne's 1987 erotic thriller.
Everything old is new again, with "American Gigolo," "Flashdance," and more films making the shift to the small (streaming) screen.
The iconic 1987 Adrian Lyne film is being rebooted for Paramount+, with Lizzy Caplan taking over the jilted-lover role Close originated.
"I’ve always thought there’s something awful about actors going at it in total silence."
The Oscar nominee has always treated her "bunny boiling" character with respect, but the psycho-sexual thriller was less interested in mining such complexities. She wants that to change.
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