Focus Features has released a whole mess of material promoting Dallas Buyers Club, the drama that's already been the subject of Oscar speculation.
Keep reading to check out two clips highlighting the performances of Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto, and Jennifer Garner, as well as a new poster and a bumper crop of official images.
Since premiering at Cannes back in May, Nebraska has kept to itself.
As we prepare for the six-month endurance test known as "awards season," though, Alexander Payne's latest has popped up on our radar again, thanks to a terrific clip that efficiently sets up the story and its central characters.
Omari Hardwick is doing something very unusual for a Hollywood actor … he’s abandoning big budget studio films to focus on his craft!
After starring in a string of high profile Hollywood movies like Beauty Shop, Gridiron Gang, The Guardian, Spike Lee’s Miracle at St. Anna, Kick-Ass, The A-Team, Tyler Perry’s For Colored Girls, and Whitney Houston’s final film Sparkle, the actor has begun to concentrate on appearing in smaller character driven projects. Last year’s independent hit Middle of Nowhere is a perfect example, as is his latest film Things Never Said, which opens in theaters on September 6th.
The film marks TV writer Charles Murray’s (Third Watch) directorial debut and follows an aspiring poet (Shanola Hampton) in a troubled marriage that falls for a new man (Hardwick) who helps her find her artistic voice. In addition to Hardwick and Hampton, the film also stars Elimu Nelson (Love Don’t Cost a Thing), Michael Beach (Broken City), and Tamala Jones (Castle).
I recently had the pleasure of speaking to Omari Hardwick about his work on Things Never Said. The popular actor discussed his new movie, why he’s made the shift to independent film, his life long passion for poetry, how that made playing this role so natural for him, and working with first time feature film director Charles Murray.
Between a strong showing at the Toronto International Film Festival last week and a nationwide release next week, now's the right time for three clips from Prisoners.
If we're a berth, then the yacht that is The Wolf of Wall Street has just docked with a crop of official stills from Martin Scorsese's next, along with a bunch of behind the scenes images showing the director and Leonardo DiCaprio bringing this true-life tale of a self-styled master of the universe to the screen.
The stakes in the first official clip from Prisoners are high.
Guys, Matthew McConaughey has been absolutely killing it lately, and based on our first real sense of this November's Dallas Buyers Club, he might just be delivering a career-best performance in a movie that will wring every drop from your tear ducts.
Based on the first trailer for The Book Thief, it's safe to say that the movie is aiming to squeeze no small number of tears from audiences this November.
A new extended TV spot for Prisoners consists of about as much undiluted parental nightmare as its possible to fit into sixty seconds.
You've probably never heard of Parkland Hospital, but the place is nonetheless the location of some real 20th century history. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, his killer Lee Harvey Oswald, and his killer Smilin' Jack Ruby all died in this Dallas hospital.
Obviously, Parkland was the site of some serious drama back in 1963, and the upcoming drama Parkland intends to showcase some of that drama. In the process, the new poster claims, Parkland will present "what happened next" following the JFK assassination.