We couldn’t believe it: Finally, a film version of White Noise — Don DeLillo’s 1985 National Book Award winner — with Michael Keaton to star! But alas, we were wrong. Keaton’s supernatural pseudo-thriller isn’t really based on the celebrated novel of societal numbness and paranoia. But in a coincidence that only DeLillo himself could imagine, the actor does appear in Game 6, a Sundance selection set amid the 1986 World Series, from a script by…Mr. Don DeLillo! As for an actual adaptation of White Noise, Barry Sonnenfeld (Men in Black) has optioned the book. May we suggest Michael Keaton for the lead?
Posted January 17 2005 — 12:00 AM EST
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