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This New ‘Wonderstruck’ Trailer Is…Well, It’s Wonderful
This New ‘Wonderstruck’ Trailer Is…Well, It’s Wonderful
The new trailer for Wonderstruck is really lovely on its own, with its parallel stories of two children — one in 1927, the other in 1977 — searching for prominent but elusive figures in their lives. But the use of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” makes the trailer for Todd Haynes’ latest film even more wonderful, particularly as it transitions from a cover sung by children into the late singer’s classic version.
First Trailer for Ridley Scott’s ‘All the Money in the World’
First Trailer for Ridley Scott’s ‘All the Money in the World’
We’re getting not one, but two new Ridley Scott films this year. The prolific director’s next film, which is slated for an awards season release in December, is a dramatic thriller based on the infamous Getty kidnapping. The first trailer for All the Money in the World has arrived, and it boasts an ensemble that includes Michelle Williams, Mark Wahlberg, and an almost unrecognizable Kevin Spacey — giving Gary Oldman a run for his money in this year’s “actor becomes unrecognizable to play historical figure” race.
Todd Haynes Adapts a Children’s Tale in First ‘Wonderstruck’ Trailer
Todd Haynes Adapts a Children’s Tale in First ‘Wonderstruck’ Trailer
A new film from Todd Haynes is always something to look forward to. The Carol and Far From Heaven filmmaker has a way of painting some of life’s most quietest moments with an evocative, emotional power. With Wonderstruck, Haynes looks at the world through a child’s eye (or in this case, two children), and the first trailer has finally arrived to give us a taste of what to expect this fall.
Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Spacey, Michelle Williams Line Up for Ridley Scott’s Getty Drama
Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Spacey, Michelle Williams Line Up for Ridley Scott’s Getty Drama
Even as stories about high-profile kidnapping go, the yarn of John Paul Getty III’s abduction is pretty out-there. In 1973, the 16-year-old was taken while vacationing in Rome and ransomed for $17 million. Getty’s father asked his father — the moneybags in the family — for the sum in question, who refused on the grounds that if he paid off this ransom, then all of his other 14 grandchildren would expect him to pony up when they inevitably got kidnapped. (This, like everything else in the paragraph to come, is real and not a joke.)
Michelle Williams May Return to the ‘Mid-90s’ for Jonah Hill’s Directorial Debut
Michelle Williams May Return to the ‘Mid-90s’ for Jonah Hill’s Directorial Debut
‘But what I really want to do is direct.’ For many dilettante actors hoping to try their hand on the other side of the camera, these have been famous last words, the first omen heralding an indulgent personal project destined for a coolly-received festival debut. But all it takes is a performer with their head on straight and a little filmmaking knowhow to skirt the many pitfalls of the actor-turned-director’s debut. Jonah Hill seems pretty self-aware, he’s got a good sense of humor, and he’s worked with such fine directors as Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorsese, and the Coen brothers. The news that he’s preparing his first outing as a director may be cause for optimism.

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