Memphis in the Movies 

Memphis will return to the silver screen again soon, this time in The Rabbit Factory. The film will be set in Memphis (no word yet on filming locations) and is based on the last novel released by Oxford-born author Larry Brown (Joe, Father and Son), who died in 2004. According to Empire Magazine, the film will be helmed by Vondie Curtis-Hall, who directed Glitter (not so good) and Waist Deep (to be released in Memphis this weekend). He also had a bit part in the Memphis film Mystery Train, so maybe he knows the terrain well. Read all about it here.

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
    • Beauty and the Beast

      Emma Watson romances a man-buffalo in Disney’s sumptuous live action remake
    • I Am Not Your Negro

      Raoul Peck’s documentary brings James Baldwin’s words to an America that needs to listen.
    • Logan

      Hugh Jackman retracts his Wolverine claws for the last time

Blogs

News Blog

Pence Cancels Memphis Visit

Fly On The Wall Blog

MAF Has a New Meaning: Memphis Ass Farm

News Blog

Alexander to TVA: Don't Buy Wind Power

Intermission Impossible

Hattiloo Announces Season 12: August Wilson, Lynn Nottage, Soul Train...

News Blog

Memphis Theological Seminary Stands with Refugees

News Blog

Fight Over Forrest Statue Isn't Over

ADVERTISEMENT

Readers also liked…

ADVERTISEMENT
© 1996-2017

Contemporary Media
460 Tennessee Street, 2nd Floor | Memphis, TN 38103
Visit our other sites: Memphis Magazine | Memphis Parent | Inside Memphis Business
Powered by Foundation