Culture Movies & TV When a writer decides to search for a missing 6-year-old boy who was taken by wolves in the Alaskan wilderness, he soon discovers the mission he was hired for has twisted into something much more sinister. Directed by Jeremy Saulnier, Netflix’s Hold the Dark is a mystery that borders on horror. Jeffrey Wright stars as Russell Core, the film’s titular character. A man who is unfulfilled in parts of his life, he responds to a letter from Medora (Riley Keough) when she asks for his help. What he doesn’t know are the dangers that he faces when he enters the wild, especially when Medora’s husband, Vernon, (Alexander Skarsgård) returns home from fighting in Iraq to find out his son is dead. Mysteries and secrets envelop the fictional village of Keelut and it’s up to Core to uncover what lies beneath. Wright sat down with Newsweek to provide some insight into Saulnier’s new film. Jeffrey Wright stars as Russell Core in Netflix’s new film, “Hold the Dark.” Netflix Can you tell me a little bit about your character in the movie? Russell Core is in some ways an old brokenhearted wolf who has been estranged from his… Read full this story
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