The new trailer for Frances Ha, the latest from director Noah Baumbach (FOH favorite Margot At The Wedding, The Squid and The Whale) proves to me that I have had enough Greta Gerwig.
In theaters on May 17th, this is Baumbach’s follow up to the quirky but solid Greenberg. Let’s hope that Gerwig has found some restraint for her aloof/socially awkward-girl standard fare, but it’s not likely.
From director Hirokazu Koreeda (of FOH favorite Still Walking) comes a new family drama Soshite Chichi ni Naru (“And Then I Become A Father), that is sure to astound. Actor and songwriter Fukuyama Masaharu stars as Nonomiya Ryota, an egotistic, money driven man who encounters potential big changes when he finds out that he had unwittingly raised someone else’s son for the past 6 years because his own son was accidentally switched with someone else’s at birth.
The movie is scheduled to be released in October and there is a good chance that it will make an appearance at this years Toronto International Film Festival. We will update you with the official North American release date when it is made available, but for now check out Still Walking.
Preview for Still Walking (watch this movie already!!!!)
This weekend brought us a full length trailer for Ridley Scott’s Aliens prequel Prometheus and a trailer for Tim Burton’s new Johnny Depp vehicle Dark Shadows. You can toss me into the group who is excited again for the summer movie!
There hasn’t been a lot of info about Chan Wook Park’s first English language film “Stoker” so I was excited to see this interview with one of the film’s stars Matthew Goode who sheds some light on the film and its plot.