Forget it, Ben. It’s Chinatown.
Ben Affleck will use the upcoming film “Goodbye: Chinatown and Hollywood’s Last Years” to learn more about the history of Hollywood and explore the production process of noir classic films. The film was established in Paramount Pictures, which happened to be the help of the studio’s legendary head Robert Evans, who keenly examined the power, money, and corruption in Los Angeles.
Affleck will adapt Sam Wasson’s book and direct the movie. “Saturday Night Live” creator Lorne Michaels will make photos with Affleck.
“Chinatown” is considered to be one of the greatest movies of all time, and Jack Nicholson and everyone involved have won the best work of his career. But Wasson̵
Affleck has been successful in Hollywood history in the past, directing the story of “Argo”, which tells how the CIA used fake film works to infiltrate Iran, thus bringing glory to Oscars . Affleck recently starred in Warner Bros. A sports drama “Homecoming” about a recovering alcoholic, he went to coach the basketball team when he returned to high school. Critics praised his performance, but due to the coronavirus, the film did not perform well at the box office when it was shown on the eve of the cinema.
Affleck’s latest outing behind the camera was in the 2016 gangster movie “Live by Night”, which he also wrote and starred in. The film also featured Elle Fanning, Chris Messina, and Zoe Saldana, and the box office fell. Its production cost was US$65 million, but it only ended up theatrical performance in the world for a negligible US$22 million. Affleck’s other honors include “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice”, “Small Town” and “Benevolent Hunt.”
The deadline was first reported in Hollywood.