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With still nothing happening right now, it takes some digging to find news on Toni’s upcoming projects. Among them is Bong Joon-ho’s “Mickey 17”, which is slated for a theatrical release next year, but has already received a test screening this past June, according to WorldofReel. Since test screenings or reactions are rarely officially confirmed, we should take this summary with a grain of salt:

Perfectly conveys the mood and directorial ticks of all his previous films; it’s funny but also cleverly political and though action and adventure take a back seat it’s always doing something sharp and thrilling. Robert Pattinson is wonderfully unhinged in twin roles, very reminiscent of the performances in Fight Club, Mark Ruffalo is delivering a very Trump-ian performance that akin to Tilda Swinton in Snowpiercer and if that’s not enough Toni Colette is just as evil and always in his ear. The production is stunning, big sets and practical effects with very minimal CGI work and the cinematography here is like super close to so much of David Finchers work, so stunning and very much a likely contender for a nomination. It was quite an experience. The introducer emphasized how early it was in the process with very minimally done but 75% was pretty much polished and ready to go with just a score and sound design missing. So much of it was clearly practical.

The article goes on to predict the film’s release date to move to an earlier date, in order to receive a splashy premiere at next year’s Cannes Film Festival, where Joon-ho’s last film, “Parasite”, won the Palme d’Or.