For some reason this combination of words don't seem quite right: Costner, Moore, Thriller, Dane, Cook.
Kevin Costner and Dane Cook to co-star in a thriller about a guy who lives a dual life as a murderer? You got to see it to believe it.
Poster & Trailer: Mr. Brooks
Earl Brooks (played by Academy Award winner, Kevin Costner) is a loving family man and a local business icon. But Mr. Brooks is deeply flawed and very aware of it. He is addicted to killing. Struggling with his pathology, he tries to quit, but his alter-ego, "Marshall" (played by Academy Award winner, William Hurt), has an altogether different idea. "Marshall" enjoys his "existence" and his "work."
Tenacious Detective Tracy Atwood (Demi Moore), battling with her own demons, is extremely frustrated at the lack of clues left by the mysterious killer. When Brooks is compelled to perform one last murder, despite his strong reservations, he delivers the goods with trademark ritualistic style. But this time he gets sloppy and is seen by a voyeuristic neighbor. Unexpectedly turned-on by what he sees, the prying neighbor, Mr. Smith (Dane Cook), has an unusual and disturbing blackmail demand.
Mr. Brooks One-Sheet
With the dogged Detective Atwood on his trail, Mr. Brooks and "Marshall" are forced to play out an increasingly elaborate game.
The trailer for the film is pretty damn good and I am even starting to be convinced that Dane Cook, I mean Kevin Costner, can act.
You can check out the trailer for Mr. Brooks in the following formats: