You know, they usually reserve the brightly lit movie posters that whitewash the characters for ghost movies, but Magnolia was nice enough to make an exception for this Kristen Dunst movie to compensate for Dunst’s alabastery-ness.
The movie, All Good Things is about the real-life disappearance of the real-estate heir, Frank Durst’s wife back in 1982. The logline and the look on Gosling’s face kind of gives away the ending, doesn’t it? He did it! He did it!
The movie comes out on VOD on November 5th, and hits theaters in December, and if someone knows how to find out how well movies do on VOD, I’d love to hear. I’ve yet to watch anything on VOD, and I’m curious as to how popular that distribution channel is. Anyone else watch VOD? Not counting The Human Centipede?