All they want is a weekend of romantic getaway, but what they get is far from what they have bargained for. In the upcoming suspense thriller "The Strangers", Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman portray a couple stuck in a horrifying situation when they stay in a secluded vacation home. Before the Rogue Pictures' film hits the theaters, both of them come out to talk about their forthcoming movie.
In the sit down interview with Movie Web, the two actors depicting Kristen McKay and James Hoyt the couple who are being hunted by three masked strangers speak out about how it feels to work with first-time filmmaker Bryan Bertino. They also discuss their experience shooting in South Carolina.
Directed and scripted by Bertino, "Strangers" claimed to base its story on the brutal event that occurred on February 11, 2005 at Hoyt family's vacation home. It follows the story of Kristen and James as they fight for their life when they are being attacked by strangers while being in the middle of nowhere. The movie is gearing up to let the scream out in the theaters across the country on May 30.
"The Strangers" Interview With Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman: