From the creators of Love Actually and Notting Hill comes About Time, a comedy about Love and Time Travel. It looks pretty intriguing! Stars Rachel McAdams and Bill Nighy.
The trailer liesssss…..my country doesn’t have this title on itunes demand, which is a real bummer:(
But on another note, I just realized that the actress Olga Kurylenko is having a breakout season starring in quite a number of movies lately. I just saw her in Oblivion yesterday (which I love love love for the interesting story and execution, review following soon!) and also in Seven Psychopaths this year. The last I remembered of her was in Quantum of Solace and I did not like that movie so obviously she did not really register in my memory. I did find her very familiar in Oblivion and that triggered my memory of the forgotten Bond actress, but I think she’s going to be a much more familiar sight in the industry with the way things are going now:)
Terence Malick’s new piece of work To The Wonder, which focuses on exploring the complexity of LOVE and all its forms, has been a highly anticipated one. The new trailer showcases just simple visuals of the characters and scenery accompanied by a soft but absorbing dialogue narration in the background. The vibe just feels so serene yet compelling which really draws me in and makes me want to find out more. Featuring an impressive cast including the director/actor of the recent best picture oscar Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams and Javier Bardem, the film is slated for an April 12 US release date. I sure hope it reaches the shores of Singapore, would like to catch this movie even though I gave the director’s previous film – The Tree of Life – a miss.
Fun Facts: Currently an evil witch in Oz The Great and Powerful, Rachel Weisz was cast in the film To The Wonder, but in the editing stages her part was totally cut from the end product. This is something that director Terrence Malick is known for as he has cut out other whole parts from his films in the past. I really hope that I get to see these ‘cut’ parts oneday, either in the bonus features of a dvd or online:)