Filmmaker John Waters Return To Directing After 18 Years

Washington [US]: Legendary filmmaker John Waters is again in director’s chair, and that too after almost 18 years.

As in keeping with Variety, John will helm a model of his 2022 novel “Liarmouth: A Feel-Bad Romance.” John, who catapulted to cinema infamy with bad flavor masterpieces like 1972’s “Pink Flamingos” and 1981’s “Polyester,” will write and direct the venture for Village Roadshow, with Steve Rabineau producing. It will be John’s first film given that 2004’s “A Dirty Shame.”

“‘Liarmouth’ is the craziest thing I’ve written in a while, so maybe it is becoming that my novel changed into surprising enough to jumpstart the engine of my movie profession,” the seventy-six-year-old filmmaker said in a statement. “Thrilled to be back in the film enterprise, optimistically to spread demented pleasure to adventuresome moviegoers round the arena.”

The novel follows three generations of ladies inside the same family: Adora, who runs an unauthorized veterinarian exercise at the Upper East Side of Manhattan that specializes in plastic surgical treatment for pets; Adora’s daughter Marsha, a pathological thief and misanthrope who’s the “liarmouth” of the name; and Marsha’s daughter Poppy, who runs a trampoline park at the outskirts of Baltimore. Eventually, all of them conspire to kill every other.

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