John McNaughton’s 1986 thriller Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer was gritty and everything that type of film is supposed to be. Michael Rooker starred as Henry, a character inspired by real-life serial killers Henry Lee Lucus and Ottis Toole.
After a span of over 30 years Rooker and McNaughton are teaming up for another project. The duo will be working on the film adaption of Flannery O’Connor’s ‘A Good Man Is Hard to Find’, Deadline reports.
The short story, viewed as a classic, features a family on a road trip and and a escaped convict known as “The Misfit”. With both Rooker and McNaughton involved with the project, I have no doubt the film will be fantastic.
‘A Good Man Is Hard to Find’ will be produced by Ed Richardson under the banner of R&R Productions Worldwide, based in Atlanta. Mike Sears and David Zander will co-produce.
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