J.C. Chandor
The actress tweeted to suggest she might be revisiting her character from J.C. Chandor's 2014 crime film.
Things worked out for the "Triple Frontier" director — but it took years.
"A Most Violent Year" director J.C. Chandor brings together a star-studded cast in what could be a huge hit for Netflix.
Charlie Hunnam and Pedro Pascal co-star in the latest feature from "All Is Lost" and "A Most Violent Year" director J.C. Chandor.
The action thriller was originally planned as director Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal's followup to their Oscar winner "The Hurt Locker."
They would join a long list of previously attached talent, including Tom Hanks and Will Smith.
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