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Nicolas Winding Refn Shares Early First Look at Amazon’s “Too Old To Die Young”

In case you haven’t heard, Drive and The Neon Demon director Nicolas Winding Refn is bringing his talents to the small screen for “Too Old To Die Young, a 10-episode series for Amazon that Refn himself is directing. Refn wrote the series alongside Ed Brubaker (Captain America: Winter Soldier, Westworld).

“The series explores the criminal underbelly of Los Angeles by following characters’ existential journeys from being killers to becoming samurais in the City of Angels.”

Over on Twitter this week, Refn shared an early first look at “Too Old To Die Young,” while also noting that additional filming on the series began this week in LA.

The cast for the series includes Miles Teller, Jena Malone, William Baldwin, Celestino Cornielle, Nell Tiger Free, John Hawkes, Callie Hernandez and Kegn Matungulu.



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  • Hank_Scorpio

    Worst film maker this side of Uwe Boll. I’ve seen 3 of his “movies” and all 3 are confusing, disjointed piles of crap. I watched Valhalla Rising 4 times thinking there has to be some meaning to this, but there isn’t any meaning. It’s visceral garbage.

    I watched the one with Ryan Gossling in Thailand. It was utterly pointless, and Refn tried to hide the fact it was pointless with silly “artisitic” editing, violence, and cinematography. What the fuck was this movie even about??

    And then there’s Bronson. The only thing keeping that movie above Ishtar levels of stupid is Tom Fucking Hardy. Watched that one twice because I had to believe the pointless, incoherent nature of this story was due to the amount I had to drink to watch it the first time.

    Refn is good at making you think the movie you’re about to watch is deep and meaningful and then giving you a fucking headache from the massive amount of incomprehensible trash that are his movies.

  • Nahuel Benvenuto

    if all episodes are directed by him and is just this one season i will probably watch it, good director

  • Bruce Wayne

    I am so hyped for this series. Firstly, Refn is an absolute terrific director and really has an eye for striking visuals. And then there’s Ed Brubaker who wrote some great comic-storylines. I really hope, it lives up to my expectations.

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