Though Alice in Wonderland 2 won't be hitting theaters until mid-2016, it looks like you won't have to wait quite that long for the next entry in Mia Wasikoska's fantastical travelogue series. Based on true and documented experiences, Tracks stars Wasikowska as Robyn Davidson, the Australian writer who in 1977 set out with a dog and four camels on a 1,700-mile journey to cross her native land's harsh western deserts. Adam Driver co-stars as the National Geographic photographer who scheduled meetings with Davidson to record her travels and catch her up on Girls by forming an on-and-off sexual relationship.
Here's the trailer. Watch carefully to confirm this is the second film this year where Wasikowska shoots a rifle at you.
Park Chan-wook goes super intense for his English-language debut with Stoker, a psychological thriller that stars Mia Wasikowska, Nicole Kidman, and Matthew Goode in a Shadow of a Doubt-inspired story of a bereaved teen, her horrible widowed mother, and a sexually-forward uncle... / Continue →
John Hillcoat's bootlegging drama Lawless is based on the true exploits of brothers running moonshine in Prohibition-era Virginia, and it has a stacked cast filled with talented rising stars and established presences, including Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Ch... / Continue →
Here's the trailer for Lawless, the Nick Cave-scripted John Hillcoat film formerly titled The Wettest County until it was realized how quickly every subway ad would have its "o" scratched out. The Prohibition-era drama focuses on a group of violent, bootlegging brothers heroica... / Continue →