If you had told us back in 2005 that the star of “Prison Break” was going to become one of the promising screenwriting talents in Hollywood, we would have said you were crazy. But that’s just happened to Wentworth Miller. Under the pen name Ted Foulke (which he seems to have now abandoned), the actor wrote “Stoker” which quickly landed on the Black List, and then assembled a jaw dropping brace of talent with Park Chan-wook directing, and Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska, Alden Ehrenreich, Jacki Weaver and more starring. It’s one of the most anticipated movies of the year. And now, he’s got something else brewing.
Voltage Pictures and Killer Films have picked up his latest script, “The Disappointments Room,” and it’s another interesting thriller from Miller. The story centers on a woman who moves into a mysterious old house in the country with her husband and young son, only to discover their new home comes with a dark past. Yes, it seems like another old school style concept from Miller, but an intriguing one nonetheless.
Right now the project is out to directors, and give the heat “Stoker” brought, it should be attracting some serious attention. As for Wentworth Miller the actor, he’ll next be seen in the thriller “Loft.”
Loft is not coming out this spring but this autumn or winter. The good news is: Loft finally has a distributor, and a big one, Van Looy says. So it will come out in the USA and in Europe. Source IMDb.
I also added screencaps and video of Went’s interview of Loft set.
- TV & Interviews Interview > January 2012
I have added another part of Prison Break season 3 captures to the gallery. The rest will be added soon!
- Prison Break Screencaptures 3×03 > Call Waiting
- Prison Break Screencaptures 3×04 > Good Fences
- Prison Break Screencaptures 3×05 > Interference
- Prison Break Screencaptures 3×06 > Photo Finish
- Prison Break Screencaptures 3×07 > Vamonos
Finally some news about Wentworth as guest in House.
When Benjamin (guest star Wentworth Miller) suddenly collapses after making a rare and generous donation, House and Dr. Chi Park are convinced that his extreme altruistic behavior may indicate a deeper medical disorder. With no definitive explanation for Benjamin’s loss of consciousness and unresponsiveness to treatment, House pushes just the right buttons to recruit former prison doctor Jessica Adams to volunteer her time and expertise to the case. Benjamin then makes a bold but life-threatening offer that could save another life, and the team must diagnose his disorder before he puts his own life on the line. Meanwhile, Adams and Park test each other’s outlook on generosity and gratitude, and Thirteen’s guilt conflicts with her pursuit of personal happiness on an all-new “Charity Case” episode of HOUSE airing Monday, Oct. 17 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.