We’ve made it very clear that we’re extremely excited to see Ben Affleck’s feature directorial debut Gone, Baby, Gane. The trailer looks amazing, Kevin Smith says it’s “a total award contender.” Miramax has provided us with the film’s theatrical movie poster and two new production photos. I love the tagline “Everyone wants the Truth… Until they find it.” And the Boston skyline is not on enough posters. Check out the new photos and poster after the jump.
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Check out the movie trailer for Ben Affleck’s directorial debut Gone, Baby, Gone, an adaptation of the Dennis Lehane (Mystic River) novel about two detectives in search of a 4 year old girl that has been kidnapped in Boston. The film stars Morgan Freeman, Ben’s brother Casey Affleck, Michelle Monaghan, Ed Harris and Robert “brother of Donnie and Mark” Wahlberg. Gone, Baby, Gone hits theaters on October 19th 2007, just in time for Award season.
I lived in Boston most of my life and have followed Affleck’s career since the beginning, so this is automatically on my top 10 must see upcoming films list. I’m actually pretty amazed at the cinematography as I thought this was being done on a much lower budget. It has a very Good Will Hunting feel to it. I’m also not surprised that the trailer doesn’t advertise that this is a film directed by Affleck (except on the name leaderboard trailer bookend). I’m excited. Check out the trailer after the jump. Read More »
We normally refrain from reporting MPAA Ratings, but we’re looking forward to the following two movies.
Ben Affleck’s directorial debut Gone Baby Gone has been Rated R For violence, drug content and pervasive language. Gone is an adaptation of the Dennis Lehane (Mystic River) novel of the same name. The film is getting a lot of early buzz within the industry. The story follows two detectives in search of a 4 year old girl from Dorchester that has been kidnapped in Boston. Morgan Freeman, Casey Affleck, Michelle Monaghan, Robert Wahlberg, and Ed Harris star. Gone, Baby, Gone hits theaters on September 28th 2007.
Matthew Vaughn’s big screen adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Stardust (30 photos, HD Movie Trailer) has been Rated PG-13 For some fantasy violence and risquÃ© humor. The film follows a young man named Tristan (Charlie Cox) who tries to win the heart of Victoria (Sienna Miller), the beautiful but cold object of his desire, by going on a quest to retrieve a fallen star. His journey takes him to a mysterious and forbidden land beyond the walls of his village. Stardust hits theaters on July 27th 2007.