Ropesilicon is reporting that MPAA gave “About Time” a R Rating. The movie is written and directed by Richard Curtis and stars Rachel, Domhnall Gleeson, Bill Nighy and many more. Script editor Emma Freud recently revealed on twitter that the movie locked picture which means that the editing process is done. MPAA’s official website also reports that the alternative title for the movie is “Time And Time“.
Title: About Time (Time And Time)
Rating Reason: Rated R for language and some sexual content.
The movie is currently set for a May 10 release in the US and a March 22 release for the UK but Universal is thinking about moving the release date to September according to the producer. The trailer was rated PG last month but it’s still not released.
The French website Aollocine.fr released a brand new interview with Rachel and her “To The Wonder” co-star Olga Kurylenko. Rachel’s interview was recorded during her press day for the movie at TIFF in September of last year. We added the interview in our media archive, and you can watch it below. Thanks to Emilia for getting the video for us.
The movie will be released February 22 in the UK, March 6 in France and is expected to hit theaters in the US in the spring.
To The Wonder > TIFF 2012 Press Junket Interview 04
The UK website ibtimes.co.uk is reporting that Rachel is one of the contenders for the adaption of Gillian Flynn’s “Gone Girl“. They report that Emily Blunt is currently top contender for the movie. Reese Witerspoon is producing the movie.
The novel gains much of its suspense from switching between the perspective of a husband whose wife goes missing, and the missing wife herself. Other contenders for the starring role include Charlize Theron and Rachel McAdams, with Mad Men star Jon Hamm, Ryan Gosling and X-Men actor Michael Fassbender rumoured to be in the running for lead man.
Keep in mind that you should consider this as a rumor since I am not sure how reliable the source is and it seems more like an interpretation of what fans of the book want. I did decided to post it on here anyway, because various media outlets – including National Post – suggested before that Rachel would be a perfect fit for the female lead.
A brand new still for “About Time” was released, thanks to my friend Aurore for finding it. Producer Eric Fellner recently revealed that Universal is thinking about moving the release date, no official confirmation about a (possible) new date yet. The trailer got classified last month, but it’s not yet released.
We would also like to wish everyone a Happy New Year!
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We continue our tradition with this year’s ‘A Year in Review’, we will give you a review and summary of Rachel and her career in 2012. Rachel had one movie coming out in theaters: “The Vow”. Terrence Malick’s “To The Wonder” and Brian de Palma’s “Passion” premiered during the festival season but are expected to release in (limited) theaters next year.
Read our full review after the jump/inside.
Filming for “A Most Wanted Man” finished over a month ago. Director Anton Corbijn blogged about the movie on his official website a while ago. You can find his blog entry below. Thanks to Jord for the heads up!
The shooting of my new film A MOST WANTED MAN started a month ago in hamburg, germany. getting incredible performances from the actors amongst which are philip seymour hoffman, rachel mcadams, willem dafoe, nina hoss, grigory dobrygin and daniel brühl. my DoP is benoit delhomme so it will look strong, poetic and modern. the film is based on john le carré’s book of the same title and deals with a possible terrorist threat in hamburg post 9/11. if all goes to plan the movie’s release will be in autumn 2013, but expect to find more updates here during this process.
He also wrote a little bit about the movie before he began shooting the movie:
[...] this autumn i am hoping to shoot my 3rd feature, a john le carré based story called A MOST WANTED MAN, set in hamburg. i have a tremendous cast and a great script so that is the best start you can hope for. coming to you in 2013, fingers crossed.
The French distributor released 3 teaser posters of “To The Wonder” (À La Merveille). We added the poster with Rachel and Ben Affleck in our gallery, you can check out the high quality version of the other posters at Metrofilms.com.
Although they are known in the later, the passion that Neil and Marina lived in Wonder – Le Mont-Saint-Michel – erases the lost years. Neil is sure to have found the woman of his life. Beautiful, humorous, originally from Ukraine, Marina is divorced and the mother of a 10 year old girl, Tatiana. now the couple is located in Oklahoma. Their relationship is weakened Marina feels trapped. In this small American community, she seeks advice from another expatriate, a Catholic priest named Quintana. The man has his own problems: he doubted his vocation … Marina decided to return to France with his daughter. Neil console with Jane, an old friend that he attaches more. When he learns that nothing goes to Marina, he finds himself torn between two women in his life. Father Quintana continues to struggle to find faith. Faced with two very different forms of love, the two men are facing the same issues.
To The Wonder > Posters
Comingsoon.net talked with producer Eric Fellner from Working Title. The production company is producing “About Time“. He talks about the movie, and also reveals they will probably change the May 10, 2013 release for the US. The first trailer for the movie got classified earlier this month, but it’s not yet released.
CS: Anyway, you guys are always working on a lot of different projects so what have you been working on for next year?
Fellner: We’ve got a new Richard Curtis movie called “About Time” which stars Rachel McAdams and a fantastic young actor called Domhnall Gleeson, who is Brendan Gleeson’s son. He was actually in “True Grit” and he was in “Anna Karenina” as well and he’s just gorgeous to watch on screen. It’s a beautiful Richard Curtis romantic comedy about the simplest of things in life which is two people who fall in love and have a family and that is it.
The very first international trailer for “To The Wonder” was released earlier today. The French distributor released the trailer earlier today. We added the trailer in our media archive, you can watch it below. It features new footage and voice-over. We will add screen captures as soon as a HD version is available.
To The Wonder > Trailer 02 (France)