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Wonder stars an impressive array of talents, including Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams, Javier Bardem, Rachel Weisz, Michael Sheen, Amanda Peet, Barry Pepper and Jessica Chastain. IMDB claims it centers on “a man who reconnects with a woman from his hometown after his marriage to a European woman falls apart.”
I'm starting to think that Rachel McAdams may have a thing for guys who have the ability to time travel. In 2009 she starred alongside Eric Bana in The Time Traveler's Wife as a woman who lives a life with a husband who can't control his ability to time jump, and now she's getting set to play a similar role - only this time the time travel ability is controlled and it's a comedy instead of a drama.
The Vow will hit Blu-Ray and DVD on May 8. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is bringing even more extras into the mix for audiences who purchase Blu-Ray copies of the film. Blu-Ray copies will exclusively come with three featurettes, including one that delves into the true story The Vow is based on, about the real-life couple who had to realign their relationship after a traumatic accident inspired amnesia
If this story is true, I think DePalma is making a big mistake. As much as I didn't like the film, the dynamic between Thomas and Sagnier was interesting because of the boss-protege relationship. If you make the characters the same age then you are taking away one of the few things about the movie that actually worked. Still, McAdams and Rapace are both talented actresses, so maybe they can work with what DePalma gives them.
A lot of good actors get caught up in cheesy Nicholas Sparks adaptations, from Kevin Costner all the way back with Message in a Bottle to Amanda Seyfried just last year in Dear John. But you have to start worrying when an actor goes back to the Sparks well twice, agreeing once again to weep, fall in love and be shot in soft focus
Shot in Paris and Oklahoma, the movie-- at one point called The Burial-- stars Affleck as a man who engages in an affair on a trip to Paris with an exotic European woman, played naturally by the exotic Russian Olga Kurylenko. He returns home to Oklahoma married to the European, partly for green card reasons, but also kicks up an affair with a local girl, played by Rachel McAdams
We all know that Sherlock Holmes movies, as envisioned by Guy Ritchie, will contain insane action and occasional use of slo-mo and a lot of Victorian settings blown to smithereens. But why lean so heavily on that and leave out most of the humor? It's the repartee between Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, not the glitzy modern action, that makes these movies worthwhile, but this trailer makes the sequel seem even more over-the-top than the original
While David O. Russell has been known to go a little off-kilter on set once in a while, I can't imagine a single actor or actress who wouldn't want to work with him right now. The fact that The Fighter earned seven Oscar nominations is impressive enough, but what should make any hungry actor start salivating is that three of those nominations were acting-related and two of the nominees actually won.
The Vow is not based on a Nicholas Sparks novel. Yes, I understand that it has Rachel McAdams, who starred in The Notebook, and Channing Tatum, who starred in Dear John. Yes, I understand that the movie involves a relationship with some kind of overly-dramatic problem that threatens to tear them apart. I say this now because after you watch the first trailer you won't believe me.
Malick’s busy finishing yet another drama starring Ben Affleck, Javier Bardem and Rachel McAdams which, at one point, was called Burial but currently has no name. Like all of Malick’s films, the details of this film are being kept secret … including its release date. So why are we getting excited?
When funny fem movies do get made, they all too often star Katherine Heigl or Kate Hudson. When Hollywood's ready for legitimately funny ladies, who should they turn to? Kristen Wiig proves she's up to the task in Bridesmaids. Here's five more women who could carry a comedy on their own. Steve Carell, stay home.
I've always found Doug Liman to be a strange filmmaker. After kicking off his feature career with the fantastic comedies Swingers and Go, he decided to try his hand at a career as an action director. But while his first go at it was the great Bourne Identity, he followed it up with the impressively lame Jumper and the exceedingly mediocre Mr. And Mrs. Smith.
After years of waiting, Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life is finally set to be released on May 27, but don't think that the director has just been sitting around and twiddling his thumbs while he's been waiting. Instead, he's been hard at work on a new film - a still untitled romance with Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams, Javier Bardem, Olga Kurylenko and a host of others.
hile I assume you wouldn't have clicked on this article if you really didn't want to know about the cameo in Sherlock Holmes 2, this is me covering my own ass. If you don't want
McAdams showed both comic timing and sex appeal as the love interest in Sherlock Holmes, and could easily carry the zingy rapport that Lois Lane has with Clark Kent in addition to melting when
It’s not often that you see this exhaustive a description unless someone actually gets their hands on a script. Here, they merely found themselves some call sheets and put the pieces together
Read below as we talk about the gorgeous but slightly impractical dress she wears in the film's last scene, her comedic influences, the first job she had that stressed her out, and why
When the cast for Sherlock Holmes 2 was announced with McAdams’ name absent and Noomi Rapace as a new female character instead, that seemed about right. Except, well, now McAdams thinks she may be back
Chalk it up to my love of Han Solo and Annie Hall, but I love to see Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton succeed. The two of them are such classic, terrific actors that have been scarred in recent years by titles like
The role would be opposite Matt Damon in the story of a grieving father who buys a zoo along with his children. I'm not totally sure where the female lead fits in, since my understanding is that the wife is dead