Magazine article Screen International

Speaking at LFF, Alexander Payne Confirms Next Two Projects

Magazine article Screen International

Speaking at LFF, Alexander Payne Confirms Next Two Projects

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Director Payne confirms that he's working on black-and-white road movie 'Nebraska' and graphic novel adaptation.

Alexander Payne confirmed his next two films while speaking at a BFI London Film Festival masterclass on Friday evening.

The director confirmed that his next film would be a father and son road-trip [written by Bill Nelson] from Montana to Nebraska, currently called Nebraska, followed by an adaptation of a Daniel Clowes graphic novel, adapted by Clowes, called Wilson, about a misanthrope living in Oakland, California.

"I'm so grateful because I have the next two projects lined up. Hopefully in May I'll start shooting a small comedy, a father-son roadtrip from Montana to Nebraska that gets sidetracked by a small town in Nebraska where the father grew up," confirmed Payne.

For the first time in his career, Payne will not be writing his own screenplays. …

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