Local news – including QFQ – is reporting that “Every Thing Will Be Fine” wrapped up filming in Montreal earlier this week. The movie officially completed filming after about 2 weeks for the winter scenes. The movie already filmed a few weeks last year and is directed by Wim Wenders. Rachel co-stars alongside James Franco, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and Marie-Josée Croze. HanWay Films (production company) has the official plot:
Official plot: Every Thing Will Be Fine is a haunting and tender tale from acclaimed filmmaker Wim Wenders. Tomas (James Franco) drives in his car aimlessly on the outskirts of town following an argument with his wife. On this winter night, with the snow falling thick around the car, Tomas fails to see a young boy in the road before it’s too late… This terrible accident reverberates through Tomas’s life in the following years — how do you forgive yourself when you’ve done something unforgivable? As his relationships shatter and all seems lost, Tomas finds an unlikely path to redemption and tragedy is transformed into newfound success as a writer. But just as he thinks he’s moved on from that terrible event, Tomas soon learns there are others who have not, and they’re not done with him yet…
The movie is expected to be released sometime this year but no release date has been announced.
Deadline is reporting that Sony/Columbia/Regency has set a Christmas 2014 release for the still Untitled Cameron Crowe/Hawaii Project. Rachel stars alongside Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, and John Krasinski. The movie wrapped up filming last year in Hawaii.
Columbia Pictures and Regency Enterprises have marked out a December 25, 2014 release date for their untitled Cameron Crowe film, which stars Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Rachel McAdams, Bill Murray, John Krasinski, Danny McBride, and Alec Baldwin. Scott Rudin is producing with Crowe, who wrote and directed the romantic comedy. There’s still no title, but the plot centers on a defense contractor (Cooper) who falls for an Air Force pilot (Stone) after he is assigned to oversee the launch of a weapons satellite from Hawaii.
The movie will be up against “Hot Tub Time Machine 2″, “Into the Woods”, and “Unbroken” according to Box Office Mojo.
THR is reporting that “Passengers” will be filmed at the Studio Babelsberg and will be part of the Berlin Film Festival market for the international buyers in February. It has been reported before that the movie will start filming in April.
Keanu Reeves’ much-hyped upcoming sci-fi feature Passengers has landed at Germany’s Studio Babelsberg.
The big-budget space romance – which features Reeves and Rachel McAdams as a futuristic “Adam and Eve” – is deep into pre-production. It is scheduled to begin shooting at Babelsberg, just outside Berlin, this spring.
The plot has Reeves as space colonist Jim Preston, on board a colony ship carrying 5,000 sleeping passengers to a new world, who accidentally awakens. Lonely, he wakes up Aurora (McAdams), and they fall in love. They eventually realize it is up to them to save the entire ship.
Developed by Reeves and Stephen Hamel at their Company Films, the script was written by Jon Spaihts (Prometheus). The film will be the feature directing debut of Irish TV director Brian Kirk (Game of Thrones, Boardwalk Empire). Passengers has already received $1.35 million (€1 million) in financing from German state subsidy agency Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg.
The Weinstein Company has picked up Passengers for a U.S. release. Exclusive Media is handling international sales. Exclusive first presented the project to buyers in Cannes last year and will be pushing sales at Berlin’s European Film Market, which kicks off Thursday.
The Weinstein Company has set the US release date for April 3, 2015.
MEW is reporting that “Passengers” will start filming in April in Berlin, Germany. Thanks to Jord for the heads up! It was reported before that they were aiming for a late February/early March start date but it looks like they pushed back the production a few weeks. The movie will be entirely shot at the Sound Stages at Pinewood Studio Berlin and is expected to be released April 3, 2015.
PASSENGERS – April, 2014 – Berlin, Germany; STORY: The film is set in the future and it is about Jim Preston, a mechanic on a 120 year journey to a distant colonized planet in another galaxy is prematurely thawed from a cryogenic slumber a century before anyone else. (Posted: October 29, 2013. Revised: January 9, 2014)
Rachel is expected to finish filming the winter scenes for “Every Thing Will Be Fine” in Montreal in February. The production will return to Montreal after a break of a few months. They already filmed part of the movie last year. She will star alongside James Francor and Wim Wenders is directing.
Rachel is enjoying her time off after wrapping up filming the still Untitled Cameron Crowe Project in Hawaii so there is not much news to update on. We will round-up come news tidbits in this update.
• The Box Office reported that “About Time broke a box office record in South Korea after debuting #1 in the box office. The movie already grossed over 82 million world wide to date according to Box Office Mojo.
South Korean audiences have been falling in love over and over again with About Time. The film became the biggest foreign romantic comedy of all time in South Korea and is Universal’s biggest release of the year in the market with an 18-day $14.2 million cume. About Time finished its third weekend in South Korea in third place with a $2.9 million take from 289 dates. The romantic comedy enjoyed a limited release in Brazil to the tune of $200k from 122 dates to place eigth in the weekend chart. About Time has grossed a total of $59.7 million overseas and $74.9 million worldwide
“About Time” will be released February 3 (UK) and February 4 on DVD/Blu-Ray. The Digital HD US release date is already next week on January 21. The Itunes Extras are the same as the DVD/Blu-Ray ones.
• The Salt Lake Tribute is reporting that Rachel and her co-stars Philip Seymour Hoffman, Willem Dafoe and Robin Wright are expected to attend the Sundance Film Festival premiere of “A Most Wanted Man“. The festival runs from January 16-26 in Park City, Utah. The movie is selected for the premies selection (out of competition) and will have it’s first screening Sunday, January 19.
Rachel McAdams » “About Time,” “The Notebook” » “A Most Wanted Man” (Premieres)
• “Passengers” screenwriter John Spaiths revealed on his official twitter account that will be entirely shot on Sound Stages at Pinewood Studio Berlin, Germany. It was previously reported that the movie is expected to start filming late Feburary/early March but no exact date has been announced. Rachel and Keanu Reeves are currently attached to start and The Weinstein Company set the release to April 3, 2015.
Local news sources – including Hawaii News Now and KITV – in Hawaii reported last weekend that Cameron Crowe was wrapping up production on his still untitled movie in Hawaii. Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone star in the movie and Rachel will have a supporting role. Other co-stars include John Krasinski, Bill Murray, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, and Alec Baldwin. The movie has been filming in Hawaii for the last 3 months and Rachel wrapped up filming her scenes a few days before Emma and Bradley filmed their final scenes.
KITV is reporting that the movie will be released in the second half of 2014. It was reported before that the movie is expected to get a 2014 release.
The Sundance Film Festival 2014 announced their schedule for the festival. “A Most Wanted Man” is selected, as previous reported, as part of their Premieres line-up. The movie will have it’s first screening on January 19th in the Eccles Theatre and will have 4 other screenings the following days. Be sure to head over to the official movie page to find out the other dates.
The festivals runs from January 16-26 2014 in Utah. Open tickets sales will start January 16, but be sure to head over to Sundance.org for more information about the tickets and festival.
A Most Wanted Man
2013, 121 minutes, color, Germany/U.S.A., Premieres
Anton Corbijn’s adaptation of John Le Carre’s psychological novel follows German spy Gunther Bachmann as he tracks down Issa, a suspicious Chechen-Russian immigrant on the run in Hamburg. Pressured by his German and American colleagues to capture and interrogate his suspect as a Muslim terrorist, Bachmann instead asks for more time to carefully track Issa’s movements and his relationship with his German immigration lawyer, Annabel Richter. Using his secret contacts and keen skill, Bachmann uncovers a connection between a world-renowned Muslim philanthropist and a terrorist group, and devises a plan to use Issa and Annabel in a brilliant ploy to expose the scheme.
The A Company Catalogue has a new and detailed plot description of Rachel’s upcoming animation movie “The Little Prince“. The movie is an adaption of Antoine De Saint-Exupery classic, but judging on the plot description it’s going to be a new version/interpretation. Thanks to Jord for the heads up!
Plot outline: An eight-year old girl moves into a new house. Her parents, who are two workaholic-over-achievers, couldn’t be happier. Except, their beautiful new home neighbors a decrepit and decaying house lived in by a wacky old man known as the Aviator. He’s the town vagrant and self proclaimed space traveler of the world: Nobody believes him… that is, until he meets the little girl next door. Confined to a home built upon rules and plans geared towards nothing else but academic achievement, the little girl lusts to explore the stars and dream and remain a child forever. Against her parent’s wishes, the little girl befriends the Aviator who tells her of his travels through outer-space and meeting the Little Prince. After a malfunction with his plane, the Aviator ends up in the hospital, unable to travel back to see his old friend – the Little Prince. The little girl decides to fly the Aviator’s plan on an adventurous journey in search for the Little Prince … hopeful, not only to bring him back to the Aviator, but also to remind him what it is like to be a child.
You can find more details after the jump. The movie is expected to continue production until the fall of next year. No release date has been announced yet but we expected a 2015 date. It’s still unknown which character Rachel, or any of the other cast members, is going to voice.
The Sundance Film Festival announced the titles selected to screen in its out-of-competition Premieres and Documentary Premieres sections earlier today and “A Most Wanted Man got selected! Sundance provided the media with the following synopsis for the movie:
A Most Wanted Man (Germany-US)
Director: Anton Corbijn
Based on John le Carré’s bestselling book, Anton Corbijn directs this modern-day thriller with Academy Award–winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams and Robin Wright headlining an ensemble cast.
Cast: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams, Willem Dafoe, Robin Wright.
Screen Daily has a list of the premieres and documentary premieres sections so be sure to head to their website. The festivals runs from January 16-26 2014 in Utah. Lionsgate acquired the US right earlier this year and this marks the first time a movie of Rachel gets selected for the festival!
The Box Office Mojo is reporting that The Weinstein Company set the release for “Passengers” to April 3, 2015. It was previously reported that they were aiming for a 2014 release. It has been reported that the movie will start filming late February/early March of next year in Germany and possibly Montreal. The script is written by Jon Spaihts and the movie will be directed by Brian Kirk. Keanu Reeves will star opposite Rachel.
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