Empire released today a trailer for Al Pacino’s Salomé and Wilde Salomé – the film made back when Jessica Chastain was a rising star right as she was coming out of Julliard.
The trailer brings together the feature and documentary, that will be in a screening set for Sunday, September 21st hosted by Stephen Fry (U.K only), in conversation with Pacino and Chastain. Click here to see the participating cinemas that will be broadcasting the event – and in the image to view the trailer in our archive.
Legendary Pictures and Guillermo del Toro presented the Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con the first look of Crimson Peak. Sadly Jessica – or any member of the cast – didn’t attended as was previously announced, but Guillermo already promised he will be back next year with the whole cast.
“It’s a gothic romance,” he said, adding that Legendary allowed him to make it the way he wanted: R-rated, violent, and beautiful.
Del Toro then showed the very first look at the film, still 18 months away from release. The creepy footage showed stars Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, and Charlie Hunnam slinking around an old Victorian mansion.
“Houses as old as this one, become in time, a living thing,” star Tom HIddleston said in voiceover. “It may have timber for bones but windows for eyes, and sitting here all alone, it can go slowly bad. It starts holding on to things. Keeping them alive when they shouldn’t be. Some of them good. Some bad. Some should never be spoken about again.
The footage isn’t anywhere online – since it’s exclusive to Comic-Con, so let’s hope we can get a glimpse of it soon!
I’ve added three new production stills of The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, courtesy of Yahoo Movies HK.
We wasn’t expecting but Nolan wanted to see “what all the fuss is about” Comic-Con, and made a surprise appearance today with Matthew McConaughey. They answered some questions and offered a new trailer for upcoming Interstellar.
Being under a secrecy, no one really knows what the film is about. McConaughey kind of explained it:
Cooper is a pilot, an engineer, and a widowed pilot of two children where civilization is just sustaining. There’s food, clean water, but they don’t need any explorers, no new bright ideas. Then something happens and the dream of being a pilot again knocks on his door. The chance becomes “the greatest mission” he’s ever taken on.
Paramount also choose to show extended footage and an additional trailer, roughly six to eight minutes in total, showing shots of Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway and Michael Caine in character.
Let’s hope it surfaces soon!
The Film Stage unvailed the first international trailer for upcoming Miss Julie, right after the announcement the film will premiere at TIFF. Check it:
The Toronto International Film Festival is unveiling some of the movies that will be featured during the annual 11-day event in September and Miss Julie, starring Jessica Chastain and Colin Farrell, it’s among the announced films to be premiered at the festival.
Miss Julie Liv Ullmann, Norway/United Kingdom/Ireland World Premiere – A country estate in Ireland in the 1880s. Over the course of one midsummer night, Miss Julie explores the brutal, charged power struggle between a young aristocratic woman and her father’s valet. Starring Jessica Chastain, Colin Farrell and Samantha Morton.
The 39th annual Toronto International Film Festival will run September 4- 14, 2014.