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Synopsis: The story of Marina and Neil, who meet in France and move to Oklahoma to start a life together, where problems soon arise. While Marina makes the acquaintance of a priest and fellow exile, who is struggling with his vocation, Neil renews a relationship with a childhood sweetheart, Jane. Bold and lyrical, the film is a moving, gorgeously shot exploration of love in its many forms.
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.
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.
The very first clip from To the Wonder takes anybody who watches it on a little day trip to Mont Saint-Michel.
That's right, you get to go to an unbelievably beautiful French locale with the unbelievably beautiful Olga Kurylenko and the rather strapping Ben Affleck. The only hitch? You have to rise shotgun in a convertible the top of which is inexplicably down on a rainy day.
Thanks to Magnolia Pictures, the first trailer for Terrence Malick's To the Wonder is now available to view, meaning you can freely soak of almost two minutes of gorgeous imagery and profundity via voiceover.
Like Napoleon rearranging tiny little troops on a map of Europe, Universal Pictures is moving around some release dates in order to ensure
total Napoleonic victory maximum impact from the movies on its slate over the next year and a half. There are a whole lot of movies getting new dates, including R.I.P.D., Identity Theft, About Time, 2 Guns, and the Jurassic Park 3D re-release.
There's also yet another delay for 47 Ronin, the Samurai epic starring Keanu Reeves. Of greatest import to fans, however, is the news that the Kick-Ass sequel – the one that just months ago seemed like a pipe dream – is set for June of next year.
Hard to believe it was a full year ago that notoriously reclusive auteur Terrence Malick's first film since 2005's The New World premiered at the Cannes Film Festival to equal parts enrapture and befuddlement. Now, a year after The Tree of Life's first screening, we have word that the writer-director's next project now has an official title and an MPAA rating, both of which give an indication that the film, which stars Ben Affleck and Rachel McAdams, is pretty much ready to go.
As the nation recovered from last weekend's Super Bowl festivities, it sought entertainment through the movies, resulting in a very busy weekend, resulting in a few minor records being broken. So far in this young year, the box office has been surprisingly robust, particularly considering the often feeble showings throughout 2011. This particular weekend, no less than four major movies opened to well over $20 million, quite an accomplishment on a seemingly unremarkable February frame. Strong showings all around meant that, overall, there was a 30% increase from the comparable weekend last year.
Synopsis: A newlywed couple recovers from a car accident that puts the wife in a coma. Waking up with severe memory loss, her husband endeavors to win her heart again.
Joel Silver is without a doubt one of the most successful Hollywood producers of all-time. His career goes back over thirty-years and he is responsible for some of the most popular movies ever including 48 Hrs., Predator, Die Hard, the Lethal Weapon series, and The Matrix franchise.
Producer Susan Downey first worked with Silver on the 2002 film Ghost Ship, and their collaboration continued on such films as Cradle 2 the Grave, and House of Wax. But it was the movie Gothika that probably had the biggest impact on Susan Downey personally, as that is where she met her now husband, two-time Oscar-nominated actor Robert Downey Jr.
Silver had first worked with Downey Jr. in the early ‘80s on Weird Science, and was no stranger to the actor’s brilliant, yet unusual body of work. Silver and the Downeys would eventually go on to make the 2005 cult classic comedy Kiss Kiss Bang Bang together, but after the actor’s inexplicable success in a series of films based on a certain Marvel Comics superhero (Iron Man, Iron Man 2, and next summer’s The Avengers), Silver and the married couple wanted to create their own movie franchise at Warner Bros. They began with ‘2009s smash hit action-mystery Sherlock Holmes, and now hope to continue that success with Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, which opens in theaters on December 16th.