No Sign Of ‘Crimson Peak’ At Venice Film Festival
“Crimson Peak” fans did not expect this to happen. The latest work and promising series from Guillermo Del Toro decided not to screen “Crimson Peak” at the Venice International Film Festival. “High Rise” and “I Saw The Light” are the two films that will be screened at other film festivals, and Tom Hiddleston will be seen at these events. Read on for more details.
To the surprise of thousands of fans, the Venice film festival was without any sign of “Crimson Peak.” According to VC Post, Alberto Barbera, Venice Festival Chief disclosed that in the beginning both he and del Toro had consensus that movie will be showcased at the festival. They had made all the efforts for the movie to pass through, however, the movie was not to be seen as there were concerns that the festival will be labelled after the fantasy horror movie.
Somehow it was expected that the Gothic romantic film will be showcased at the three world premieres. This had been the view of some Mexican directors including Alejandro Gonzales and Alfonso Cuaron, who came up with the movie “Gravity” in 2013 and “Birdman” in 2014.
Hiddleston, who is lead actor in “Crimson Peak,” already has many film festivals to go to even through the movie has been excluded from Venice film festival. According to another report from VC Post, Hiddleston has to attend the Calgary International Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival for the premiere of his movie, “I Saw The Light.” He also has to take care of his another motion film, “High Rise” which will be showcased at the BFI London Film Festival, San Sebastian Film Festival and Fantastic Festival.
Tom Hiddleston is being much appreciated for his wonderful performance in the movies that are mentioned above and in coming future he also has to attend awards seasons.
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