Billy Bob Thornton is in Berlin promoting his upcoming film, and simultaneously taking the opportunity to drum up interest in his next project, a film about a real-life horror show that we as a nation collectively suffered through from 1999 to 2002.
"Then We Drove" is an "ethereal" story about "a guy who's on a road trip and picks up this girl along the way, and what happens to them. It's about the question of life: 'What is this? Where do I fit in?'" BBT told Variety.
And who might "this girl" be? Thornton's "Mansfield" producer, Alexander Rodnyansky, implied it's none other than Angelina Jolie.
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"It's based on his personal experiences in many ways," said Rodnyansky. "I found the story amazing. It's a pretty new combination of genres to put into one movie."
Between the gratuitous public make-out sessions and vials of blood, there's was a no love that knew no boundaries, forcing itself down our throats like their overly aggressive tongues.
Thornton hopes to have the script done by March, and head out this summer for a shot in the Southwest. Can't wait for Jolie's brother, James Haven, to make a film about his relationship with her.