Sunday night, little more than an hour and a half before the world premiere of the hundred-million-dollar Steven Spielberg movie he stars in, Elkhart native Tye Sheridan stood onstage at Austin’s State Theatre to enthusiastically introduce another feature, one that won’t break box office records or land him magazine covers anytime soon. The film was Friday’s Child, a locally shot indie he made with writer, director, and Terrence Malick protégé A.J. Edwards. Edwards and Sheridan first met years ago, when Sheridan was ten and Edwards worked in the crew on The Tree of Life, Sheridan’s debut film. “We’ve come full circle,” the soon-to-be-superstar East Texan told the audience, before sincerely thanking all in attendance, as well as the entire cast and crew, and heading next…View Original Post
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