You can never go wrong making a movie about privileged kids on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. No matter if the film is good or bad, people love to watch the adventures of rich kids and their problems. Thankfully, director Joel Schumacher is more than happy to give us our yearly fix, as he is premiering his latest film Twelve at next month’s Sundance Film Festival.
According to IMDb, Twelve is about “a young drug dealer watches as his high-rolling life is dismantled in the wake of his cousin’s murder, which sees his best friend arrested for the crime.”
Sundance has the synopsis as:
A chronicle of the highs and lows of privileged kids on Manhattan’s Upper East Side involving sex, drugs and murder. The film stars Chace Crawford, Emma Roberts, Kiefer Sutherland, 50 Cent, Zoë Kravitz, Ellen Barkin and Rory Culkin.
While some films at Sundance need early buzz to get people into the first press screening, with Schumacher directing and this cast, it’s going to be one of those films everyone wants to see. While we have to wait till next month to hear if the film is a return to form for Schumacher, you can check out a few images after the jump: