An apple a day keeps Orlando Bloom away? It might take a little more than that.
The "Lord of the Rings" star (aging nicely) seems right at home playing a psycho doc who abuses his powers as a healer (and his access to various drugs) in the creepy pursuit of a pretty patient (Riley Keough) in "The Good Doctor," a new kind of stalker thriller that asks a very frightening question: If you can't trust your own doctor, who can you trust?
Orlando Bloom seems to have accepted the fact that he's not quite the leading man that Hollywood tried to make him be with the "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies and looks to now be choosing interesting roles that allow him to broaden his horizons as an actor. Everyone should play a seemingly harmless nebbish who's actually a complete cuckoo bird underneath the meek exterior at least once!
Oh, and it's always nice to see J.K. Simmons, even when he's not appearing as J. Jonah Jameson in a "Spider-Man" movie.
Check out the trailer below, courtesy of iTunes Movie Trailers. "The Good Doctor" will be available on iTunes starting on July 27 before going on to a limited theatrical release on Aug. 31.