We would like to remind everyone that “Aloha” is available on DVD/Blu-Ray since yesterday (August 25) in the U.S.A. The movie was released earlier this month on Digital HD. For more information about the DVD and Blu-Ray extras, be sure to head over to our previous post. The movie is written and directed by Cameron Crowe and Rachel co-stars alongside Emma Stone, Bradley Cooper, Bill Murray, John Krasinski, Danny McBride, Alec Baldwin, Jaeden Lieberher, and Danielle Rose Russell. Cameron Crowe’s official website TheUnCool.com released a preview of the official Making-Of documentary of the movie, which is featured on the DVD/Blu-Ray/On Demand. Be sure to pick up your own copy! We have added two additional official on-set images in our gallery and we previously added the HD screencaptures so be sure to check them out in case you missed them before.
The high definition screencaptures of “Aloha” have been added in our gallery. The movie is currently available on Digital HD – check out our previous post for additional information – in the U.S. and we managed to get our own copy. While this movie hasn’t been well received by critics we still think Rachel gives a beautiful and layered performance as Tracy Woodside. So be sure to order your own Digital HD copy on Itunes if you haven’t so you can judge for yourself. The DVD/Blu-Ray will be released on August 25th. The U.K. theatrical release is set for September 18.
We would also like to remind you that you can now only visit our site via our new domain RachelMcAdamsOnline.com.
We would like to remind everyone that “Aloha” is available on Digital HD starting today in the U.S so be sure to head over to Itunes to pick up your own copy. The iTunes Digital HD copy also includes iTunes extras including the The Making of Aloha Feature Length Documentary, over 55 minutes of deleted scenes, 4 featurettes, a photo gallery and a gag reel! Rachel co-stars alongside Emma Stone, Bradley Cooper, Bill Murray, John Krasinski, Danny McBride, Alec Baldwin, Jaeden Lieberher, and Danielle Rose Russell. The movie is written and directed by Cameron Crowe. The DVD/Blu-Ray release for the movie is on August 25 in the U.S. and the movie will hit cinemas in the U.K. on September 18th.
With everything that’s going on with the “Southpaw” and “True Detective” promotion we almost forgot to update this: Writer/Director’s official website TheUncool.com has announced the U.S. Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital HD/On Demand release for “Aloha“. The movie will be available on August 11th and you can already pre-order it on Itunes! The Blu-Ray and DVD release is set for August 25th and you can already pre-order it on Amazon.com. Details about the extras can be found after the jump. The soundtrack for the movie will also be released on Vinyl according to TheUncool.com. We have added the additional art work in our gallery, as well as some new social media banners featuring unseen production stills of Rachel.
The movie will be released in cinemas on September 18 in the U.K. and for more international theatrical release dates be sure to head over to the official facebook page.
We now have over 250 high quality images of Rachel during the “Aloha” Los Angeles Special Screening in our gallery. We also added more video coverage in our video archive, including a great interview with E! Many thanks to my friend Amanda for helping out! The movie is playing nationwide in the U.S. right now so be sure to check it out yourself this weekend.
We would like to remind you that “Aloha” hits theaters nationwide in the U.S. starting today! Rachel co-stars alongside Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Danny McBride, John Krasinski, Alec Baldwin, and Bill Murray. The movie is written and directed by Cameron Crowe. We have added some additional images in our gallery, including some great new production stills. The movie will be released in the U.K. on September 4, 2015 and for more international release dates be sure to head the official facebook account.
MovieFone exclusively released a sneak peek of “Aloha“. They released the first 8 minutes which gives us a nice glimpse of the movie. The video have been added in our video archive and the link can be found below.
The opening 480 seconds of the romantic comedy introduces us to its three main characters — Brian Gilcrest (Bradley Cooper), Allison Ng (Emma Stone), and Tracy Woodside (Rachel McAdams) — and, in true Cameron Crowe fashion, things get off to a bumpy start with the trio.
From the first seven-plus minutes, “Aloha” delivers Crowe’s signature brand of character-driven moviemaking, with an emphasis on quick wit and clever dialogue, harkening back to a time when smart romantic comedies were all the rage in Hollywood. Now, we’re lucky to get one or two rom-coms a year; take stock in that.
“Aloha,” which also stars Danny McBride, John Krasinski, Alec Baldwin, and Bill Murray, hits theaters May 29th.
Only one more day until the release of “Aloha” in the U.S. and the first reviews are finally getting released. While the movie isn’t receiving good reviews so far, most of them do seem to enjoy the performances in the movie and especially Rachel’s performance as Tracy. A round-up of the reviews can be found below, especially those who highlight Rachel’s performance. We will edit this post when more reviews are released.
“Even with its off-balance, overstuffed storytelling, the film maintains a charm and energy that never flags, with brisk pacing and generally engaging performances from its deep-bench cast […] McAdams, meanwhile, plays likely the strongest, most rounded female character Crowe has ever written, a woman suddenly face to face with the life she has and the one she might have had, and the actress brings a grounded, unforced earthiness to the role that is a joy to watch.”
–Mark Olsen, Los Angeles Times