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Written by Ivan Radford   
Monday, 12 October 2009 12:51

Does anyone care what Lars von Trier will do next? After Antichrist, probably not. But prepare for more craziness with Melancholia, a "psychology disaster movie", which seems to see a planet popping into existence right next to our own. Is Lars letting loose in sci-fi terrain? No idea. But the thought is a mildly disturbing one.

Producer Peter Aalbaek Jensen says it will have "some special effects, but nothing compared to Hollywood". And apparently money's already being thrown into the pot. All we know from the man himself is that there'll be "no more happy endings". Shocking stuff, I'm sure. After all, we all peed in our pants when we found out that CHAOS REIGNS. Uh-huh, Lars. Yeah, sure it does.