Hotshot director Cary Fukunaga is sort of as well-known as his stars. He’s greatest recognized for the Emmy-winning first season of “True Detective,” and he was simply tapped to helm the subsequent James Bond film.
Most followers would anticipate Fukunaga’s style in TV to be equally trendy and cerebral — suppose “Twin Peaks” or “Westworld.”
Not so quick.
In an interview about his buzzy new Netflix present “Maniac,” Fukunaga affords a shocking revelation about his responsible binge-watching pleasure: an early-aughts teen cleaning soap.
“I went again to ‘The O.C.’ lately,” he tells The Put up. “Am I going to remorse saying that?”
Hey, it appears to be working for him. “Maniac,” out right this moment, stars Emma Stone and Jonah Hill as two misplaced souls collaborating in a mysterious pharmaceutical trial. The present is slick and surreal, hurtling its high-profile stars although an array of thoughts video games.
In different phrases, it’s precisely what you’d anticipate from Fukunaga.
“The O.C.” actually isn’t, however no one ever known as him predictable.