A new stills of Rachel’s upcoming film “Every Thing Will Be Fine” was released. The movie will have it’s world premiere during the Berlinale Film Festival on February 10, 2015.The official press catalogue of the film festival reveals that Rachel will play Sara while Charlotte Gainsbourg will portray Kate. It was previously reported that Rachel would play Kate but looks like there was a mix-up. The official plot and details about the Berlinale screenings can be found in our previous update.
The German news paper Der Tagesspiegel is reporting that Rachel is most likely to be unable to attend the Berlinale premiere because she is filming. Rachel’s co-stars James Franco, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and Marie-Josée Croze are expected to attend the premiere.
The 2015 Berlinale Film Festival has announced it’s official programming schedule and as we previously reported Rachel’s upcoming film “Every Thing Will Be Fine” is selected for the film festival (out of competition). The first screening will be held on February 10 at the Berlinale Palast. Two additional screenings will be held on the 11th and 13th. The first production stills of the movie are also released including one with Rachel and co-star James Franco which can be found in our gallery. The official plot can be found below. For more information about the tickets be sure to head over to the official Berlinale website.
Every Thing Will Be Fine (Out Of Competition)
Germany / Canada / France / Sweden / Norway 2015, 118 min
Director: Wim Wenders
Cast: James Franco, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Rachel McAdams, Marie-Josée Croze, Robert Naylor, Patrick Bauchau, Peter Stormare
A winter’s evening. A country road. It is snowing, visibility is poor. Out of nowhere, a sledge glides down a hill. Brakes are slammed on, the car comes to a halt. Silence. Tomas, a novelist, is not to blame for this tragic accident, neither is little Christopher who could have kept a closer eye on his brother, nor Kate, the mother of the two, who could have called the children in earlier …
Afterwards, it is as if Tomas has fallen into a deep pit. The relationship with his girlfriend Sara collapses under this burden. He seeks refuge in his writing and tries to establish a family of his own with Ann and her daughter Mina. The film follows Tomas over twelve years in his attempt to give his life meaning again, just as much as it follows Kate and Christopher until the latter is 17 years old and finally decides to face the man he met only once before, on that fateful evening …
Every Thing Will Be Fine carefully and precisely tells a story of guilt and the search for forgiveness, and the fact that it is not time that is a great healer but the courage to face up to things and to forgive. Especially oneself.
It was previously reported that Rachel was cast as Kate but judging on the plot is seems more likely that Rachel will portray Sara.
We have a real treat for you today. We have added some additional coverage of a TV appearance Rachel to promote “Morning Glory” alongside co-star Patrick Wilson back in 2011. We recently came across the full interview which we weren’t able to track down until now. The video has been added in our video archive. The quality isn’t great, but you can still enjoy the fun interview. We also added some unseen stills of Rachel & Patrick’s appearance which can be found in our gallery.
The Boston Globe released a very interesting article on the filming of “Spotlight” which also includes essays written by Walter V. Robinson, Michael Rezendes and Sacha Pfeiffer who will be portrayed by Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo and Rachel. We have added the new on set still in our gallery. Pfeiffer’s essay on working with Rachel has been added in our press archive. “Spotlight” wrapped up filming earlier this month and is expected to be released in 2015.
‘Rachel [McAdams] has asked me how long I kept my fingernails. What size Post-it Notes I preferred.’
By Sacha Pfeiffer | Globe Staff
During dinner at a downtown Boston restaurant, on an evening that was already feeling surreal — Rachel McAdams by my side, offering tastes of her branzino, Mark Ruffalo across from me, telling rip-roaring stories about his bartending days — Rachel leaned over and gestured to my right hand.
“You’re wearing a ring you didn’t mention,” she whispered, with a tinge of surprise. I followed her glance to a small gold band on my pinky finger, a long-ago gift from a dear friend. Rachel was right: Weeks earlier, when she’d asked me what jewelry I wore in 2001, I’d forgotten about that tiny ring. And because she is trying to look, act, and even think like I did 13 years ago to play me in the upcoming “Spotlight” movie, the omission caught her eye.
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