Blake Lively And Jason Clarke Say All I See Is You

Marc Forster's new psychological drama

Blake Lively And Jason Clarke Say All I See Is You

by James White |
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He decided a while ago not to come back for another bout against the undead hordes with the World War Z sequel, but despite having several irons in the development fire, it would appear Marc Forster has locked in his next film. He’s signed up Blake Lively and Jason Clarke to star in** All I See Is You.

Forster wrote the script for this one with Sean Conway and it finds him back in the sort of brain-tickling thriller territory he explored with 2005’s Stay. All I See Is You will star Lively as a blind woman whose sight is restored. But while that would surely count as a reason for celebration, her repaired vision means she can now see all the undiscovered details about herself, her husband (Clarke), her marriage and their lives together. If she thinks that’s a problem, wait until he explains about the force of intelligent apes that lives just outside their home city... No, it probably won’t tie into Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes, but we can dream, can’t we?

Lively will next be seen in** The Age Of Adaline**, which is out here on May 8. Clarke has several films coming up including Terrence Malick’s Knight Of Cups, Child 44 (out April 17), Terminator Genisys (July 3) and Everest, which arrives here on October 2.

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