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IndieWire Exclusive: Why ‘THE TRAP’ Never Happened with Director Harmony Korine

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It wasn’t supposed to happen this way. After “Spring Breakers” rejuvenated Korine’s auteur status, grossing more than three times its $5 million budget and winning him new fans, he pounced on the opportunity to bring Florida’s underbelly to a larger audience. That was going to be “The Trap,” an action-packed epic about a pair of…

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Director Harmony Korine Says THE TRAP Could Still Happen!

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“The Trap” Could Still Happen Following the surprise commercial success of “Spring Breakers,” Korine initially had a different project in mind: “The Trap,” a very different sort of Florida-based story that at one point had Jamie Foxx and Benicio del Toro attached to star. But a series of complications arose during the pre-production stage. “This…

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“The Trap” Director, Harmony Korine, Likely to Recast the Film @Dazed

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The Beach Bum, the movie you’re doing with Matthew McConaughey next year, is also being shot in Miami. Can we expect similar vibes? Harmony Korine: We’re shooting it in Florida, but that’s a little different. It’s a stoner movie. It’s a super swampy, boozy film about fuck-ups. It’s what I consider to be my first full…

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Harmony Korine Explains To @ThePlaylist What Is Happening With ‘The Trap’!

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[…] the director is busy finishing the script for his next feature film (which might be “Tampa“), and explains what happened to “The Trap.” What it is is, both of these scripts grew. So, I wrote The Trap, which is a movie that we were going to make last year, and that took a couple…

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Harmony Korine, Interviewed For Office Magazine By @JamesFrancoTV, Mentions ‘The Trap’ Still Going To Be Made But Later On!

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JF — So let me jump into the writing scripts real quick—famously you wrote Kids in about three weeks, and you wrote Spring Breakers pretty fast too. I think the story of that was, you approached me—we’d only really talked by email, you had some project that was sponsored by Grolsch beer or something like…

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