Rachel will make an appearance on The Ellen Show and Conan to promote the release of “About Time” in the US according to Interbridge. We were a bit worried she would be too busy filming the Untilted Cameron Crowe/Hawaii project for promotion, but we are happy to see she will do (at least) two talk show appearances to promote the movie.
The Ellen DeGeneres Show
Tu 10/29: Rachel McAdams, Hailee Steinfeld
Th 10/31: Rachel McAdams, Norman Reedus
“About Time” will get a limited release on November 1st and goes wide November 8th.
Over the last few days more “About Time” promotional goodies were released. We added more press junket interviews of Rachel in our media archive including the first ones during the Munich (Germany) press day. Universal Pictures also started to air TV spots for the movie in the US to promote the upcoming release. Two spots are added in media archive as well.
The (international) media is also releasing their interviews with Rachel to promote “About Time“. We added various scans in our gallery, including her Sunday Style (Australia) interview. The translations of the dutch interviews are coming as soon as possible and the transcript of the Sunday Style interview can be found in our press archive. Be sure to also check out all the “About Time” interviews in our press archive over here.
We are trying to cover the international media coverage on the movie as good as we can, but if you noticed we missed something or you would like to donate interviews/scans/videos please drop us a line. The movie is still in theaters in the UK, was released in various (European) countries last week and will get released world wide the coming weeks. All the international release dates can be found here. The movie will be released November 1st (limited) and November 8th (wide) in the US.
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THR is reporting that Canadian actor Jay Baruchel is joining the still untitled Hawaii/Cameron Crowe which is previously known as “Deep Tiki” or “Volcano Romance”. The Wrap is reporting that actor Bill Murray is also in talks to join the movie. They will join Rachel, Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone. Baruchel will reportedly play a supporting role as Cooper’s step brother. It has been confirmed before by Cameron Crowe’s official website that Alec Baldwin, Danny McBride and Jaeden Lieberher already signed on for (supporting) roles in the movie. Young actor Lieberher will play the role of Mitchell. The movie began filming in Hawaii on September 26th and Rachel was photographed on set last week.
It was reported last month by Deadline that Albert Brooks signed on to join the voice cast of “The Little Prince” as one of the film’s villains. He joins Rachel, James Franco, Marion Cotillard, Jeff Bridges, Benicio Del Toro, Paul Giamatti, and Mackenzie Foy. The animated movie is currently in production in Montreal and is most likely to be released in 2015.
The first photos of Rachel on set of the Untitled Cameron Crowe/Hawaii/Deep Tiki project have been released. She was spotted filming a scene on Friday in Oahi, Hawaii. We added the photos in our gallery, thanks to our friend Claudia for donating them! Rachel has a supporting role in the movie alongside Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone.
Filming is expected to continue until early December of this year. The movie is written and directed by Cameron Crowe.
More movie clips of “About Time” were released and we added them in our media archive. The movie will get a limited release on November 1st in the US followed by a wide release on November 8th. The movie premiered earlier this week during the New York Film Festival but sadly Rachel was unable to attend because she is filming the Untitled Cameron Crowe Project in Honolulu, Hawaii.
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New production stills of “About Time” are released and we added the ones with Rachel in our gallery. Rachel’s official on set interview was also released as well as the official behind the scenes roll. We added both videos in our media archive. The movie will be released November 1st (limited) and November 8th (wide) in the US and is still in theaters in the UK.
The official US website of “About Time” was fully launched earlier this week. We added screen captures of the site in our gallery. Be sure to check it out, because you can also download some new goodies including wallpapers and it has different interactive features. You can visit the site by going to AboutTimeMovie.com. We also added a few new additional stills.
Be sure to also follow the movie on the following social media accounts: Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Google+, Instagram and Youtube.
“About Time” just won the Wuaki.TV Audience award for Best European Film at the San Sebastian International Film Festival in Spain. Screen Daily has a report about it:
Richard Curtis’ time-travel romance wins European Film award; other prizes go to films by Kore-eda, Tavernier, Teplitzky and Vallee.
The 61st San Sebastian Film Festival has awarded Richard Curtis comedy About Time the prize for European Film.
The film stars Domnhall Gleeson as a young man who discovers he can travel in time and uses his newfound power to get a girlfriend, played by Rachel McAdams. It has played at film festivals in Edinburgh, Locarno and Rio, and is heading for New York and the Hamptons.
The festival is closing today, for more information about the festival and the other winners be sure to head over to the official website. Congratulations to the cast and crew for the first win!
Filming for “Every Thing Will Be Fine” wrapped last week, on September 18th, in Montreal. They will return to film the winter scenes in February. Director Wim Wenders talked to the (Canadian) press on set of the movie and The Globe and Mail released their interview with Wim Wenders in which he talks about the 3D element. Earlier this year he talked to THR about wanting to use the 3D element character and story driven.
Wim Wenders doesn’t hold back when explaining his choice of location for his latest film. “Montreal is one of my favourite places on this planet,” he says, sitting in an Outremont theatre, in between takes.
The film is Every Thing Will Be Fine, an angst-filled drama that the German director is shooting in 3-D and that stars James Franco. “I’ve been here regularly over the past 30 years. I have many friends here, and Montreal is one of the few places I feel homesick about if I haven’t seen it in a while. Now I have a project to shoot here.”