Jersey Boys (2014)

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Jersey Boys Release Date
June 20, 2014
Jersey Boys Synopsis
Clint Eastwood’s big screen version of the Tony Award-winning musical tells the story of the four young men from the wrong side of the tracks in New Jersey who came together to form the iconic `60s rock group The Four Seasons. Their trials and triumphs are accompanied by the hit songs that influenced a generation, and are now being embraced by a new generation of fans through the stage musical.
Jersey Boys Credits
Starring: John Lloyd Young, Erich Bergen, Vincent Piazza, Michael Lomenda, and Christopher Walken
Directed by: Clint Eastwood
Produced by: Clint Eastwood, Graham King, and Robert Lorenz
Distributor: Warner Bros Pictures
Release Date:  June 20, 2014
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Clint Eastwood Introduces His Four Seasons In First Jersey Boys Pic Clint Eastwood Introduces His Four Seasons In First Jersey Boys Pic
Does Eastwood need stars to make Jersey Boys sing? Absolutely not. The music is the star of this show, and so long as the director found guys who can harmonize as well as the original Four Seasons (or the singers who brought the show to Broadway), then the movie has a puncher’s chance at succeeding....
by Sean O'Connell January 6, 2014 discussion comments
Clint Eastwood And Ben Affleck Pick Release Dates For Jersey Boys, Live By Night Clint Eastwood And Ben Affleck Pick Release Dates For Jersey Boys, Live By Night
Eastwood’s will arrive first. The director’s screen adaptation of the Broadway smash Jersey Boys will open in theaters on June 20, 2014. The movie, of course, is based on the Tony Award-winning musical that chronicles the rise of the famous band The Four Seasons, led by Valli in the lead singing role. ...
by Sean O'Connell November 5, 2013 discussion comments
Jersey Boys Actress To Reprise Role In Movie Version Jersey Boys Actress To Reprise Role In Movie Version
Piccininni has been on Broadway in the show since 2005, playing Lorraine, a pretty Detroit journalist whose interview with Frankie leads to a torrid affair. She joins John Lloyd Young, who will be reprising his role as Valli, Jeremy Luke, who appears in Joseph Gordan-Levitt’s directorial debut Don Jon, Boardwalk Empire’s Vincent Piazza......
by Kristy Puchko August 28, 2013 discussion comments
Christopher Walken Joins Clint Eastwood's Jersey Boys Christopher Walken Joins Clint Eastwood's Jersey Boys
It was last month when it was reported that Eastwood would be avoiding casting big name actors to star as the members of the band, but apparently Walken may only be the first on what will be a growing list. According to Deadline, the star will be the one of "several stars who’ll add some name recognition to the production." ...
by Eric Eisenberg July 24, 2013 discussion comments
Clint Eastwood Avoiding Movie Stars For Jersey Boys Adaptation Clint Eastwood Avoiding Movie Stars For Jersey Boys Adaptation
This is a surprising move as it's practically Hollywood tradition to ditch the stage stars for bigger names that have a broader box office appeal. That being said, it's kind of an awful tradition, especially considering some stage performers helped define these characters that people cling to, and then all the mainstream glory goes to the flashier star who follows in their footsteps. ...
by Kristy Puchko June 11, 2013 discussion comments
Clint Eastwood To Direct Jersey Boys Adaptation? Clint Eastwood To Direct Jersey Boys Adaptation?
When it comes to an adaptation of Jersey Boys, the multi-Tony award winning hit Broadway musical, it seems counter-intuitive that we haven’t already seen an Oscar performance from it. ...
by Nick Venable March 29, 2013 discussion comments
Jersey Boys Put Into Turnaround By Warner Bros. Jersey Boys Put Into Turnaround By Warner Bros.
For a short time things were looking up for director Jon Favreau's adaptation of the Broadway hit Jersey Boys. Originally the project was struggling over at Sony, as the studio and the filmmakers couldn't see eye to eye about the budget, but things immediately looked up when GK Films, the production company behind the movie, signed a deal with Warner Bros......
by Eric Eisenberg November 1, 2012 discussion comments
Jon Favreau's Jersey Boys Adaptation Moves Over To Warner Bros. Jon Favreau's Jersey Boys Adaptation Moves Over To Warner Bros.
Graham King and Tim Headington, founders of GK Films, have had a part in many great films from the last decade, such as Hugo, Rango, The Departed, The Town and Traffic, and now they're moving their business over to Warner Bros. The duo have signed an exclusive first-look one year deal at the studio and, what gives this story an interesting twist, is that they're bringing Jon Favreau's upcoming adaptation of the Broadway hit Jersey Boys with them....
by Eric Eisenberg September 13, 2012 discussion comments
Open Casting Call For Jon Favreau's Jersey Boys Musical Open Casting Call For Jon Favreau's Jersey Boys Musical
Earlier this summer, reports had Iron Man director Jon Favreau as the unlikely frontrunner to helm this chipper musical, and with casting underway his involvement has been confirmed. But who will star? Well, maybe you. For though the show has hit stages from Chicago, to Las Vegas, London, Toronto, and Sydney, GK Films has unveiled an open casting call for the film's four leads. ...
by Kristy Puchko August 17, 2012 discussion comments
Jon Favreau Is The Frontrunner To Direct Jersey Boys Musical Jon Favreau Is The Frontrunner To Direct Jersey Boys Musical
Favreau was born in New York, which gives him ties to both Broadway and nearby Jersey, but otherwise he's a pretty baffling choice for the job-- he was barely born when The Four Seasons, the subjects of the play, were topping the music charts, and he's never directed anything close to a musical in his career...
by Katey Rich June 5, 2012 discussion comments
Jersey Boys Film Adaptation To Be Written By John Logan Jersey Boys Film Adaptation To Be Written By John Logan
Screenwriter John Logan is on one hell of a roll. After taking a four year break from Hollywood, in 2011 he wrote scripts for Rango, Hugo and Coriolanus, all of which were hits with critics, and this year he's written the script for two of the highest profile movies set to be released in 2012: Skyfall, the new James Bond adventure, and Lincoln, the next Steven Spielberg movie....
by Eric Eisenberg January 10, 2012 discussion comments
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