Italian maestro may revisit his black gloved days
Early rumblings of Dario Argento’s next project have floated our way.
An insider tells us the Mother of Tears director may take a crack at a “loving homage” to the giallo films of the ’60s and ’70s entitled Yellow – an apropos moniker since giallo means “yellow” in Italian and was a popular term used to describe mystery and crime pulp fare.
Argento’s Tenebrae, Bird with the Crystal Plummage and Deep Red are all classic and rich with the red stuff examples of gialli.
Hannibal Films’ Richard Rionda Del Castro and Rafael Primorac are championing the Yellow script by writers Sean Keller and Jim Agnew. Tuck this under your hat as rumor at this point and keep it here for the latest while we aim to carve up some confirmation.