Rachel attended the opening night of “Hamlet” in London yesterday eve (November 9th) at the Young Vic Theater were her boyfriend Michael Sheen. Michael is portraying Hamlet until January 21. We only found 3 tagged images so far of her during the after party but we will try to find the untagged ones in the mean time you can enjoy these.
Update: We also added a clipping from tonight’s London Evening Standard edition with Rachel & Michael on the front page. We just replaced the tagged versions with untagged ones including two high quality versions, big thanks to Brian from Robert Pattinson Online / Chord Overstreet Online for donating them.
Yesterday were the first advanced screenings of “The Vow” in San Francisco, Boston and Dallas. AdvancedScreenings.com posted their review of the movie, you can read it below but be aware of spoilers. The first reactions from the audience can be found over here. “The Vow” will be released February 10, 2012.
The Vow is one of the best romance movies of recent years. It takes your emotions and twists them around while combining typical romcom bs. It’s a chick flick through and through and contains all the elements you love and hate about movies like this. But in the end, it pulls it all together to deliver a truly touching picture with a solid story. Loosely (very loosely) inspired by true events, The Vow tells the story of a marriage forgotten. Imagine waking up after a horrendous car crash to a man claiming to be your husband who you don’t remember even meeting. That’s what happens to Paige and Leo played by the immensely cute Rachel McAdams and buff heartthrob Channing Tatum. “I gotta make my wife fall in love with me again.”
LA Times has more details on the plot of the still untitled Terrence Malick project with Rachel and Ben Affleck. Several distributors were interested in but Terrence Malick declined. The movie is expected to release in 2012. Be sure to read the article below:
But there’s a movie that will be ready before either of those, an untitled film (formerly called “The Burial”) starring Ben Affleck (who actually replaced Bale) that Malick shot right after he finished editing “The Tree of Life.” He’s tweaking the movie in the editing room now, and it’s expected to be finished by next year (though that doesn’t mean a distributor that buys it will bring out then).
The company selling rights to the movie, FilmNation, has been secretive, to say the least, about the details (think executives reading the script in locked offices, and the “Men in Black” amnesia-laser administered afterward). Malick’s been protective, too. Several U.S. distributors made offers just on the basis of the script and some footage, said a person familiar with negotiations. So far, he’s declined to sell it.
So what’s the movie really about?
There have been scattered reports about it, but according to a person who read the script, it’s a love triangle with an international subtext. It’s also the only film Malick has ever done that’s set in the same time as the period in which he’s making it.
Here’s the breakdown, with the caveat that things could change drastically from script to screen (on “Tree,” Malick would sometimes rewrite scenes on the day of the shoot).
Basically, it concerns a philanderer (Affleck) who, feeling at loose ends, travels to Paris, where he enters a hot-and-heavy affair with a European woman (Olga Kurylenko). Said Lothario returns home to Oklahoma, where he marries the European woman (in part for visa reasons). When the relationship founders, he rekindles a romance with a hometown girl (Rachel McAdams) with whom he’s had a long history.
According to the person who read the script, there’s a bit of a happier ending than some other Malick movies (or at least a less ambiguous one than at the end of “Tree”). And a person who saw the footage said there’s also the trademark visual showiness–shots of Affleck and McAdams in Malick’s trademark man-in-nature style–as well as intriguing supporting actors: Javier Bardem, for instance, plays a priest whom Affleck’s Lothario visits for advice.
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Rachel’s upcoming movie “The Vow” with Channing Tatum, Sam Neill, Scott Speedman and more is recently listed at IMDB as completed and is set to release February 10, 2012. But we have some good news, different theaters are already hosting advanced screenings for the movie next week. According to AdvancedScreenings.com the movie will have advanced screenings in San Francisco (11/8), Chicago (11/9), Boston (11/8) and Dallas (11/8).
The passes for the movies are usually given away by local sponsors. Familiesintheloop.com is giving away free pases via GoFobo for the sceeening in Chicago. All you have to do is enter the following RSVP code: BEAUE6QE at GoFobo for two free pases, but the passes are available on a first-come, first served basis
For more information on the advances screenings of “The Vow” go to AdvancedScreenings.com and click on the city to find out which local sponsors are giving away free pases.
We would love to hear your thoughts on the movie if you are going to attend one of these screenings so be sure to drop us a line when you do. Thanks Nick for the tip!
Update: We decided to keep an eye on the contest for winning tickets for “The Vow” advanced screenings. Be sure to read inside and keep an eye on this post for an overview of all the contests.
Warner Bros released 3 new TV spots for “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows” and two of them feature Rachel as Irene Adler. We added both the tv spots in our media archive. They both show a glimpse of new footage (and we actually hear Irene talk) but the second tv spot is slightly different with the same Irene footage.
We recently came across, what seems to be, a new poster of Rachel’s upcoming movie “The Vow” with Channing Tatum that will be released February 10, 2012. ArtMusicFilm was selling the poster on ebay and they claim they only sell authentic posters, thanks to FeiLongFan for the find!
Update: We added a bigger version of the poster in our gallery and replaced it with the old one.
We can nominate Rachel for the People’s Choice Awards 2012 by voting online via peopleschoice.com. The top 5 actresses with the most votes will officially be nominated for the award. Be sure to vote for Rachel over here, you have to pick 4 other actresses as well since you have to vote for your own top 5. “Midnight in Paris” can be nominated for Best Comedy Movie so be sure to vote for “Midnight in Paris” as well.
Warner Bros just released the second trailer for “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows” with a glimpse of Rachel as Irene Adler. As you may recall the first trailer was without Irene but this one shows us a little bit of Irene. Rachel will reprise her role, but she only has a small appearance in the movie. We added the high definition captures of the trailer in our gallery and the trailer can be viewed in our media archive. The movie will hit theaters in the US and UK December 16.