Gary Oldman and Jessica Alba have joined a new film project called Killer Anonymous, which is said to have the potential of being a cult classic. The movie is being directed by Martin Owen (Let’s Be Evil) and this is the intriguing description of the film that Variety offered:
The film enters a world that exists beneath ours, beneath the day-to-day, the restraint and the order. For every life there is a death, and for every person there is an itch that only the few scratch; the dark voice that tells us to blow out the flame of another’s life. You might walk down a street and brush shoulders with a stranger and exchange a polite smile, completely unaware that stranger is picturing themselves stood above your bleeding body as you draw your final breath. There is a place for those people. They have all killed, they all think about killing, some want to stop, some want to talk and some just need to listen.
Sounds like a pretty damn dark movie. Oldman and Alba join an ensemble cast that also includes Tommy Flanagan (Sons of Anarchy), Sam Hazeldine (Mechanic: Resurrection), Rhyon Nicole Brown (Empire), MyAnna Buring (Twilight), Tim McInnerny (Game of Thrones), Michael Socha (This Is England), Elizabeth Morris (Let’s Be Evil), Elliot James Langridge (Northern Soul) and Isabelle Allen (Les Misérables).
Producer Matt Williams says, "In ‘Killers Anonymous’ we have created something that has the potential to become a cult classic." I'm curious to see how exactly this film turns out.
It certainly has a great cast, especially with Oldman, Alba, and Flanagan.