CBS Films released a new trailer for At Eternity’s Gate this week. The film stars three-time Academy Award nominee Willem Dafoe as one of the most renowned painters ever to walk this planet, Vincent van Gogh. Also starring is Rupert Friend as Vincent’s brother Theo van Gogh, Oscar Isaac, Mads Mikkelsen, Emmanuelle Seigner, and Mathieu Amalric.
The movie, which is directed by Oscar nominee Julian Schnabel (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Before Night Falls, Basquiat), is told based on a variety of things, from letters written by Vincent van Gogh himself to rumors about his life. You can read a little bit more about At Eternity’s Gate and check out the trailer and a poster below.
We’ve already seen an excellent trailer for the unmistakably Wes Anderson-directed dark comedy The Grand Budapest Hotel.
If that peek at the movie wasn’t enough to sate your appetite, another trailer has been released introducing us to the large cast of characters you’ll see in the film, as well as the many recognizable (and sometimes not so recognizable) faces who are playing them.
Fox Searchlight Pictures has released the first trailer for Wes Anderson‘s The Grand Budapest Hotel. The comedy-drama centers on a hotel concierge recounting events in one of 20 Century Europe’s most prestigious hotels.
The trailer is lighthearted and full of all kinds of quirky humor that we should all be accustomed to when watching a Wes Anderson film. And that is not a bad thing, because we get to see Ralph Fiennes in a rare comedic role. Hit the jump to see the full trailer.
In some ways, the timing of my selection for reviewing the Mesrine duology for our streaming feature is a little poignant. I am writing this the day after the Dorner standoff at the cabin in San Bernardino County; and I cannot help but find and mark some striking similarities between the two cases. The two fugitives both have devotees that view their cases with empathy, and both met (allegedly) similar ends at the hands of an overeager group of law enforcement officials. Except in this case, there’s no crispy result for old Jacques Mesrine.
If you have already seen previoustrailers for David Cronenberg‘s Cosmopolis already, then you know the film is the director’s return to daring and pushing the envelope kind of filmmaking. The film also sees Robert Pattinson in a very dark role.
Pattinson fans who expect to be wooed by his sultry voice and deep eyes will probably be disappointed as he plays someone that we haven’t seen him play before.