NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 18: Actor Elijah Wood spins at the 'Set Up, Punch' premiere after party during the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival on April 18, 2013 in New York City.
I think the film we ended up making was quite different than the film we intended to make. It ended up far more beautiful and artistic than we imagined … while also brutal. I mean, I do scalp women in it.More quotes »
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Maniac Movie Review
Just when I thought Elijah Wood was at his peak of portraying crazy by talking to a man in a dog suit as seen on FX’s Wilfred he emerges from the shadows- figuratively and literally- with his role in the remake of William Lustig’s MANIAC. Frodo has come from Movies Online Read more »
First Look at the New Poster for Maniac, Starring Elijah Wood
Starring Elijah Wood and Nora Arnezeder, the thriller is set for a limited theatrical bow and VOD debut on June 21st. Written and produced by Alex Aja and Gregory Levasseur, the film finds Wood playing Frank, a man - haunted by seedy memories of his prom from Original Signal: Movies Read more »
Cannes: ‘Maniac’ Director Franck Khalfoun Sets ‘I-Lived’ As Next Project
EXCLUSIVE: Franck Khalfoun will next direct I-Lived, his follow-up to the Elijah Wood-starring Maniac. Based on his own script, the movie centers on a young online app reviewer whose latest assignment mysteriously improves his life, but also starts to te from Deadline Hollywood Daily Read more »
Jason Gann and Elijah Wood in 'Wilfred'
LOS ANGELES — Today FX announced that the third season of its original comedy series "Wilfred" will premiere on Thursday, June 20. Viewers will be treated to two new episodes airing back-to-back at 10:00 PM and 10:30 PM ET/PT for the first two weeks of t from Pop Tower Read more »
Stanley Film Fest 2013 Review: ‘Maniac’ Finds the Grisly Beauty In Madness and Mother Issues
Frank (Elijah Wood) is a lonely small business owner looking for love in all the wrong places. Sure, he meets a few girls through online dating services, but none of them work out beyond the first date. Though to be fair to the women, the evenings only g from Film School Rejects Read more »