'Cloverfield's' Matt Reeves discusses his 'Let The Right One In' remake
Matt Reeves has an unenviable task ahead of him with the release of "Let Me In," his adaptation of John Lindqvist's novel Let The Right One In. Obviously that was filmed (well) just two years ago, and the original was embraced by critics around the world. I don't think it's fair to call what Reeves is doing a "remake," though. He appears to be treating the novel like new source material and building his own take on the story.
He was here in Austin to participate on Scott Weinberg's big giant blow-out horror panel, and as a result, a group of reporters got a little face time with him on the morning of that panel. Early. And this is the conversation Reeves and I had as a result:
Matt Reeves: How are you?
Drew McWeeny: I am good. I’m on festival time, which means three hours of sleep here, two hours of sleep there.
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