Robin Wright has already made a pretty big impression behind the lens courtesy of her work on House of Cards, but she recently hit another major milestone as a director – making her feature directorial debut with the film Land. With the movie due out on PVOD on March 5th, Wright took the time to join us for an episode of Collider Ladies Night to celebrate that achievement and as much of her filmography as we could cover in 30 minutes.
We’ll have the full conversation for you closer to Land’s PVOD debut, but while you wait, how about a clip pertaining to one of the hottest upcoming releases? Zack Snyder’s Justice League. Three years after Justice League hit theaters, Snyder’s rendition of the film will finally be made available on HBO Max. There’s a lot I’m mighty curious to see in this cut of the film; how Jared Leto’s Joker is incorporated, the Darkseid of it all, Superman’s laser eyes and then some. But really, the part of this that fascinates me most is the fact that we’re getting two different visions of a big budget franchise film. When does that ever happen?
Given the fact that now Wright is jumping into feature filmmaking as a director herself, I opted to ask her what she thinks the value is of getting another version of a film that was already released in theaters. Here’s what she said: