Kenzo designers Humberto Leon and Carol Lim commissioned cult film director Gregg Araki to write and direct the short, which was conceived as a “sequel” to Gregg‘s iconic 1997 film Nowhere, starring Ryan Philippe and Heather Graham.
It will officially premiere on July 3 during a party at Paris couture and then on KENZO.com on July 4!
Anyone else still upset about Twisted not coming back for season two? Avan Jogia is too.
“There are a lot of unanswered questions,” the 23-year-old actor dished to TVLine. “When things come to an end like that, it’s upsetting for fans and for me; I don’t know what happens next either, and that’s a bummer.”
Twisted, which was canceled last year, ended with a gunshot and nothing else. So what would Avan like to see?
“I pitched an idea a while back that [Danny] got shot and went into a coma. I really wanted to do a Funny or Die or YouTube video about what I thought would happen after the cliffhanger…Maybe the police chief went mental and popped all of us,” he shared. “Like, he finally just lost it. And then the next season would be the police chief turning into a crazy person; you think the whole time it’s going to be Danny, but he shoots everyone and goes on the lam. I want to watch that show — Sam Robards just covered in blood, running all over the street.”
The 23-year-old Tut star opened up to the glossy about being an actor, working on Victorious, and more. Check it:
On his childhood: “When you’re a kid, you’re told you can be anything you want, and that’s not true—you can be one thing. I was always dissatisfied by that, but I thought that if I became an actor, I’d get to be a dozen things.”
On Victorious: “[It] was like college, the whole experience. You learn these skills—photos, red carpets, interviews. But those things end up being ancillary. It’s only about the work, and I try my best to concentrate on that.”
On a short film that he’s writing and directing: “It’s basically about the desperation of people and what they’re willing to do, or not do, to lift themselves out of it. I’m not in it. Because there are a lot of pieces in it, I want to make sure I’m not wearing too many hats.”