Adrien Brody says ‘Splice’ is “disturbing and complex” Adrien Brody’s last noted role was in the musical drama “Cadillac Records,” and now he’s back with a very different role.

His new film “Splice” opens in theaters this Friday and deals with splicing together human and animal DNA to create a new organism all together. In an interview with Fearnet, Brody says “Splice is such a unique film. It’s disturbing and complex on so many levels. And yet it’s a completely exciting sci-fi horror film at the same time. But it works on so many levels.”

He went on to comment how working with Sarah Polley and Delphine Chaneac was a rewarding experience. He says, “Both of them are gems. Delphine was such a team player and such a good sport. Really. You see that she’s kind of had to go through, shaving her head and the painful process of the prosthetics, every day, and what she endured being half naked in Canada in the winter. But she did tremendous work on her character – the sounds and the nuances and the gestures, in becoming Dren, was remarkable. I couldn’t have made that connection to that character without that.”

View the trailer for the film below:


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