The La La Land controversy is back in the spotlight after the director of the upcoming film, Ryan Coogle, called out the critics and the film’s critics.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Coogle said, “I don’t care what the critics say about it, but it’s the film that they make their movie about.”
He went on to say that he has heard criticism of the film from the likes of “P.T.” and “The Hunger Games” director Jennifer Lawrence.
He also pointed to the “Punchline” actress Emma Stone and “Kubo and the Two Strings” director Robert Rodriguez, saying, “They have said that I’ve written this movie and I’ve done this film that has no place in my life.
They’ve said that.””
La La Llorina,” a romantic comedy about the relationship between a young woman and her young man in a beautiful, suburban setting, is set to open on March 10.