Director Danny Boyle has not only confirmed exclusively to IAR that he's planning a sequel to Trainspotting for 2016, the twentieth anniversary of his breakout film's release, but he has also shared his thematic approach to the continuing adventures of Renton and his assorted Scottish compatriots.
Obviously no one in The Host saw Hanna, because in two out of three new clips from the film, characters put themselves where Saoirse Ronan can headbutt, smack, or otherwise visit blunt violence upon them.
If festival circuit scuttlebutt is to be believed, then Terrence Malick's new film may not be too concerned with narrative satisfaction.
But as a new theatrical trailer and official clip demonstrate, To the Wonder is going to look indisputably beautiful.
When a film's tagline is "Blood demands blood," revenge is clearly on the cinematic menu.
Dead Man Down, in theaters this Friday March 8th, follow Victor, the seemingly loyal right hand man of Alphonse, a ruthless criminal overlord. What Alphonse doesn't know, however, is that his trusted enforcer is, in fact, planning an elaborate plan for retribution against his employer, a plan that would punish Alphonse for ruining his life. Victor's neighbor, the mysterious and scarred Beatrice, discovers his plan and reveals that she has her own thirst for revenge. Two hurt, wounded people fixated on vengeance, Victor and Beatrice form an unusually strong connection as they navigate the myriad twists and hazards on the road to retribution.
The film marks the English-language debut of acclaimed Danish director Niels Arden Oplev (the Swedish The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo) and boasts a screenplay by J.H. Wyman (The Mexican, Fox's Fringe).
Colin Farrell (In Bruges, Total Recall remake) stars as Victor, with Noomi Rapace (Prometheus, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows) as Beatrice and Terrence Howard (Iron Man, Hustle & Flow) as the nefarious Alphonse. The film also features Dominic Cooper (Captain America: The First Avenger, The Devil's Double), Isabelle Huppert (Amour, 8 Women), and Robert Vataj (The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3) in crucial supporting roles.
At the Los Angeles press day promoting Dead Man Down, IAR Managing Editor Jami Philbrick had the opportunity, along with several other members of the press, to speak with the film's stars, Colin Farrell, Noomi Rapace, and Terrence Howard, in roundtable interviews, as well as Robert Vataj privately on the phone. Farrell, Rapace, Howard, and Vataj all enthusiastically discussed working with Oplev, their damaged characters, sharing balconies, accidentally smacking each other, working with rats, and the unique relationships that power Dead Man Down.
Synopsis: London, 1962. Two teenage girls – Ginger and Rosa — are inseparable; they play truant together, discuss religion, politics and hairstyles, and dream of lives bigger than their mothers’ frustrated domesticity. But, as the Cold War meets the sexual revolution, and the threat of nuclear holocaust escalates, the lifelong friendship of the two girls is shattered – by the clash of desire and the determination to survive.
The gorgeous locale, known as "The Wonder of the Western World" also gets prominent placement on a brand new one-sheet for Terrence Malick's new film.
Focus Features has unveiled a new clip from this month's The Place Beyond the Pines.
It's not much, clocking in at under a minute, but the clip features professional pretty people Bradley Cooper and Eva Mendes sharing an exchange that's raw, desperate, and emotionally charged.
Focus Features has unveiled a new theatrical one sheet for The Place Beyond the Pines, a crime drama starring Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, and Eva Mendes.
With the film's debut just weeks away, Open Road Films is getting serious about drumming up anticipation for Side Effects, which may or may not be the final theatrical feature from Steven Soderbergh.
Today, the promotional effort means that we get to see the first clip of Rooney Mara and Channing Tatum in action, as well as a spoiler-filled TV spot that puts the focus on Jude Law's character.