The actor began filming in 2016 at the spinoff of the feature film released in 1998.
Turturro directed, wrote the script based on the story of Bertrand Blier and the characters created by the Coen brothers, and played the lead role. The cast includes Susan Sarandon, Bobby Cannavale, and Audrey Tatou.
The filmmaker confessed to The Independent that filming lasted longer than expected, but now he is pleased with the feature film.
“It’s a slightly spicy film. It shows how stupid men are. This is about the movie – women are the stronger, more gathered characters. I had to adjust it a little, but now I like it a lot. It’s an exploration of Jesus after he gets out of jail. It’s a comedy, but a very human one, “Turturro said.
He also said he made this film with all the support of Joel and Ethan Coen. “They’re my friends, close friends, and they supported me when I said I wanted to explore this character more. They said, “You have to do it because we do not.” If I have something to show, I show them if I’m around. ”
Turturro also said that Going Places would be “more sexually” than “The Big Lebowski.”
At this time, no release date was announced.
“The Big Lebowski” with Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, Philip Seymour Hoffman, John Turturro, and Julianne Moore in the cast, premiered in the Berlinale competition in 1998. Despite not receiving important awards, one cult, being criticized and publicly acclaimed alike.