The high desert, with its boulder-strewn landscapes and the haphazard limbs of the Joshua tree, stars in the forthcoming “Seven Psychopaths,” the second feature film to be shot in the desert in recent months.
The movie, described as a twisted comedy, stars Colin Farrell, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell and Christopher Walken.
Shooting on the film wraps today in the high desert near Yucca Valley.
Production began Nov. 7 in Los Angeles, but the 125-person crew arrived on Monday to film three days of action and driving scenes around Pioneertown and Joshua Tree.
he film is written and directed by Academy Award-winner Martin McDonagh and revolves around Farrell’s character, Marty, a screenwriter with writer’s block who gets caught up in a dog-kidnapping plot gone awry with friends Bill, played by Rockwell, and Hans, played by Walken.
Harrelson plays Charlie, a psychopathic gangster whose beloved Shih Tzu disappears….
The Desert Sun has a cameo in the movie, too.
As Farrell and Walken leave a grocery store, Farrell sees a stack of newspapers with the headline: “Actor sought in fifth jack of diamonds slaying.”
The prop newspaper stays on Farrell’s lap while he and Walken drive through the desert.
Movie officials were tight-lipped about the film and what exactly was shot in the desert Tuesday, but according to reports, the movie is dark, funny and — quite possibly — confusing.
“If you held a gun to my child’s head, I wouldn’t know how to break down that (expletive) plot,” Farrell told reporters before filming began, according to VirginMedia.com. “Martin (McDonagh) wrote a great and really original script.”…
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