Billy Bob Thornton is in Berlin promoting his upcoming film, and simultaneously taking the opportunity to drum up interest in his next project, a film about a real-life horror show that we as a nation collectively suffered through from 1999 to 2002.
"Then We Drove" is an "ethereal" story about "a guy who's on a road trip and picks up this girl along the way, and what happens to them. It's about the question of life: 'What is this? Where do I fit in?'" BBT told Variety.
And who might "this girl" be? Thornton's "Mansfield" producer, Alexander Rodnyansky, implied it's none other than Angelina Jolie.
"It's based on his personal experiences in many ways," said Rodnyansky. "I found the story amazing. It's a pretty new combination of genres to put into one movie."
Between the gratuitous public make-out sessions and vials of blood, there's was a no love that knew no boundaries, forcing itself down our throats like their overly aggressive tongues.
Thornton hopes to have the script done by March, and head out this summer for a shot in the Southwest. Can't wait for Jolie's brother, James Haven, to make a film about his relationship with her.