Finally! Finally there’s a trailer for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. I’ve been waiting for that one. I also have some funny, some lovey-dovey and some serious for you. Onward, ho!
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
When I first heard that they were making an American version of this I wasn’t happy. I didn’t see a need for it since the Swedish version was excellent. The fact that Daniel Craig and Christopher Plummer are both in it, helped ease my fears and with David Fincher at the helm I relaxed a little bit more. I will definitely see this one. I’ve read the trilogy and have watched all three Swedish films so I’m really interested to see if this version deviates at all. From the looks of the trailer, it seems pretty on the mark. TGWTDT hit theaters on December 21, 2011.
I really like Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen. Bonus that this film has them both. JGL is a young twentysomething who is diagnosed with cancer and his odds of beating it are 50/50. Of course since Seth Rogan is present, you know there is bound to be some comedy here. The trailer looks pretty decent. This looks to be a sort of feel-good movie even if it has some sad undertones to it. You can catch 50/50 in theaters on September 30, 2011
Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess star in this one as two people who meet on the eve of their college graduation. Over the course of the next 20 years, they meet up on the same date. Two people from different backgrounds traverse the rocky terrain of friendship and life all while sticking to this one day a year. This film looks pretty decent even though the poster looks like a perfume ad from the 1980′s. It looks to have a pretty fair amount of mushy though, which can be a turn off for me. I’ll hold judgement until I see more about it. One Day arrives on August 19th, 2011.
Rachel Weisz stars in this film that was actually inspired by true events. She plays an American police officer who decides to take a job in war-torn Bosnia working as a peacekeeper. She uncovers a scandal and finds her life in danger because of it. This film looks pretty intense. It’s made even more so because of its source material. The Whistleblower hits on August 5, 2011
That does it for this week. Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!Tags: 50/50, Anne Hathaway, Christopher Plummer, Daniel Craig, David Fincher, Jim Sturgess, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, One Day, Rachel Weisz, Seth Rogan, The Gril with the Dragon Tattoo