In recent years, Hollywood has retaken so many classic films, and now there is a new film coming. Chloe Grace Moretz and Jack O'Connell will cooperate in Love is a Gun, which talk about Bonnie and Clyde. Kike Maillo plan to direct it.
Although the film tells the same story, it will be wrote based on Jeff Guinn's book Go Down Together: The True, Untold Story of Bonnie and Clyde. The story took place during the Great Depression of the United States in the 1930s, when Bonnie and Clyde, who teamed up Barrow Gang. They robbed the bank several times in less than four years, killing nine policemen and becoming a famous couple thieves.
The producer of the new film said they were very happy to be able to tell the iconic story of Bonnie and Clyde again. Their stories are still ubiquitous in the global pop culture, but few people in this generation know The details of their love affair, and the economic environment that led them to mad crimes, in that era led to the imagination of the whole people."
The 1967 version of Bonnie and Clyde has a pivotal position in the history of American cinema and is considered one of the iconic films of the new Hollywood movement. The film starred by Warren Beatty and Fay Dunaway, and won 10 nominations at the 40th Academy Awards.