Last night, Paul and I discussed a plethora of upcoming movies we found interesting in some way. Listen to the show to hear what we had to say, but as promised, here are the IMDb links and trailers for each film we mentioned:
A Woman, a Gun and a Noodle Shop (limited release)
Never Let Me Go (limited release; wide release September 17)
Jack Goes Boating (limited release)
Buried (limited release; wide release October 8 )
It’s Kind of a Funny Story (limited release)
Nowhere Boy (limited release)
No trailer yet, but here’s a recently released still:
No trailer, no stills, no poster, no nothin’. But it does have James Franco and Lizzy Caplan, so there’s that.
The King’s Speech (limited release)
Another film with no promotional materials to speak of, but it’s directed by Tom Hooper and features one of those great British casts: Helena Bonham Carter, Guy Pearce, Colin Firth, Michael Gambon, Geoffrey Rush, Timothy Spall, and more.
The new film from twisted genius David O. Russell sports a cast including Christian Bale, Mark Wahlberg, Amy Adams, and Melissa Leo.
No trailer yet (unfortunately), but here’s a new still of Jeff Bridges lookin’ all grizzled and whatnot:
No official trailer that I could find, but here’s a clip:
Ha, ha. Just kidding. Everyone knows this movie’s never coming out.
Very little information actually exists about Gus Van Sant’s follow-up to Milk, but it stars Mia Wasikowska, and despite Alice in Wonderland, I really like her.