Constellation.tv will be hosting a very special live chat online event to promote the release of “The Vow” and Rachel’s co-star Channing Tatum will be hosting it.
The Vow star Channing Tatum will host a live interactive online event that may include the story of your vow. Channing will appear live via web-cam presenting an online movie screening of fan-submitted vows, along with special clips from the movie. Tickets to this online event are free. Be sure to read the official press release below.
The hour-long live interactive event will take place on February 9, 2012 at 8pm EST.
You can sign up for a free online ticket on Constellation’s official website. Be sure to sign up as soon as possible because we are not sure how many tickets will be available. You can also win free tickets for the Los Angeles premiere of the movie via Parada Designs, go for more information to their facebook page. Don’t forget the official twitter of the movie @TheVowMovie for the latest news on the movie.
Sony Pictures in Australia released the first Australian poster for “The Vow” which will hit theaters a day earlier in Australia then in the US/UK: February 9, 2012. We think it’s the best poster for the movie so far! Be sure to check out the full poster in our gallery.
The second and international trailers were released two weeks ago as well as some new production stills.
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This week gave us little bits and pieces of news and we decided to wait and make one update for you with all of them included. Be sure to read the latest press high lights below.
• A few months ago we first reported that the book “The Vow: The Kim and Krickitt Carpenter Story“, on which “The Vow” starring Rachel and Channing Tatum was based, was getting a re-release with the new title “The Vow: The True Events That Inspired The Movie“. The release date was moved to February 10, 2012 – the same day as the movie release. The new cover artwork was also released, they used the same photo as the new poster.
Now available in trade paper with a new chapter and photo insert, The Vow is the true story that inspired the upcoming major motion picture of the same name starring Rachel McAdams (The Notebook), Channing Tatum (Dear John), Sam Neill (Jurassic Park), and Academy Award winner Jessica Lange.
• The untitled Terrence Malick projects remains untitled, the rumored title was “The Burial” but producers Sarah Green and Bill Pohlad recently confirmed this title was false.
“It is not called The Burial. We don’t know what The Burial is. Somebody else attached that name, but there is no movie that we’re working on called The Burial.”
• “Midnight in Paris” is still expanding by getting released in theaters outside the US. Yesterday was the release in Italy and Vogue Italia released their Cannes interview with Rachel, she talks about the movie, fashion and more. Be sure to watch the interview in our media archive and read it in our press archive.
• Entertainment Tonight Canada had a short special on “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows” with new (behind the scenes) footage of the movie. They also included an interview with Rachel on set of the movie. Be sure to watch it in our media archive as well.
The Vow > Book Cover: “The Vow: The True Events That Inspired The Movie”
Midnight in Paris > Vogue Italia Cannes Interview
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows > Entertainment Tonight Canada Special
We added the high definition screen captures of the second trailer of “The Vow” and since the international trailer is only slightly different we decided to only add captures of the unseen footage of the international trailer. If you haven’t seen both trailers be sure to watch the trailers in our previous update.
The Vow (2012) > Screencaptures > Trailer #3 (International)
MTV released the second trailer for “The Vow“. We added the trailer to our media archive and you can also see it if you live outside the US. The trailer gives us new footage of the movie and will be attached to “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1“.
The international trailer for “The Vow” was released today. It’s slightly different and a bit shorter but it reveals more unseen footage of the movie. Be sure to watch the international trailer in our media archive as well. We will add high definiton captures of both trailers as soon as we get the HD version.
We also added more production stills, official wallpapers and more that was released via the official website of the move: The-VowMovie.com
The Vow > Official Trailer #2
The Vow > Official Trailer #3 (International Trailer)
The Vow > Production Stills
The Vow > Official Wallpapers
The Vow > Official Facebook Icons
The Vow > Behind the Scenes > 2010: October – With Family Carpenter
With nearly two months away until the release of “The Vow” Sony Pictures released two new production stills of the movie both featuring Rachel and her co-star Channing Tatum. We added both high quality photos in our gallery.
Channing revealed yesterday a second movie trailer for “The Vow” will be released today via Access Hollywood and it will be attached to “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawm Part 1” this weekend. We will update you as soon as the trailer gets released.
Today is also Rachel’s birthday, we have a fun suprise coming up to celebrate later on today.
The Vow > Production Stills
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Yesterday were the first advanced screenings of “The Vow” in San Francisco, Boston and Dallas. AdvancedScreenings.com posted their review of the movie, you can read it below but be aware of spoilers. The first reactions from the audience can be found over here. “The Vow” will be released February 10, 2012.
The Vow is one of the best romance movies of recent years. It takes your emotions and twists them around while combining typical romcom bs. It’s a chick flick through and through and contains all the elements you love and hate about movies like this. But in the end, it pulls it all together to deliver a truly touching picture with a solid story. Loosely (very loosely) inspired by true events, The Vow tells the story of a marriage forgotten. Imagine waking up after a horrendous car crash to a man claiming to be your husband who you don’t remember even meeting. That’s what happens to Paige and Leo played by the immensely cute Rachel McAdams and buff heartthrob Channing Tatum. “I gotta make my wife fall in love with me again.”