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Pyramide Films has acquired French rights to William Friedkin's Venice Competition hit "Killer Joe."
The family that slays together pays together in "Killer Joe," a nasty little Texas noir that transfers Tracy Letts' 1993 play from page to screen with generally gripping results before devolving into…
William Friedkin and Tracy Letts have become close collaborators, refocusing Friedkin's interest in the dark side of humanity and filming Letts' powerhouse plays for a wider audience.
Worldview Entertainment has come on to co-finance and exec produce black comedy "Killer Joe,"
Thomas Haden Church will co-star alongside Matthew McConaughey and Emile Hirsch in William Friedkin's black comedy "Killer Joe."
Voltage Pictures is financing and producing the black comedy "Killer Joe" with Matthew McConaughey and Emile Hirsch starring and William Friedkin directing.
Michelle Williams, star of the WB's "Dawson's Creek," is leaving the show for the summer to immerse herself in Off Broadway's "Killer Joe."
"Killer Joe," a vicious and repellent little Tarantino-era play, spins a squalid thriller out of the easy and offensive equation of poverty with moral iniquity, and then takes offensiveness a step…