Romance and murder collide over a colorful backdrop in the wacky new release The Voices. Directed by Marjane Satrapi (Persepolis, Chicken With Plums) and penned by horror scribe Michael R. Perry, the Sundance hit stars Ryan Reynolds as a mentally ill factory worker who wrestles with remaining average or indulging his homicidal urges. All the while looking to his cat and dog for answers.
Last week in New York City, we had the chance to sit down with Reynolds to discuss the film’s twisted tone and the trick to portraying a compelling psychopath… in high-waisted pants. He was a delight to speak with, as he told us about balancing the comedic and dark elements, how he convinced Marjane that he was right for the role and much more.
Check out what Reynolds had to say in our exclusive interview above and be sure to catch The Voices as it’s now available on VOD and in limited theatres.