Joshua Jackson rises from ‘sub-sub’ stardom

 

The horror movie "Shutter," with a premise reminiscent of a "Twilight Zone" and filled with its share of "gotcha" jolts, seems at first blush like typical Hollywood fare.

What makes it more than a popcorn movie for American audiences, says the film's star, Joshua Jackson, is that its Japanese director, Masayuki Ochiai, simultaneously made a different cut of the film for Japanese audiences.

"The old paradigm is unraveling," Jackson said. "That idea that you could make a movie that would have regionally specific cuts. I think that's a really interesting idea."

(LA Times)


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