Robert Schwentke’s big screen adaptation of The Time Traveler’s Wife has been sitting on the shelf for over a year. To give you an idea of how long that has been, The Time Traveler’s Wife went into post production before the non-canceled television series Journeyman even premiered. But no worries, the film will finally be released as of August 2009. The film is a romantic drama about a Chicago librarian (Eric Bana) with a gene that causes him to involuntarily time travel, and the complications it creates for his marriage. Rachel McAdams and Ron Livingston co-star.
Category: Film Projects
I finally got around to adding all the caps from Rachel’s movie “The Lucky Ones”. Hope you like them and have fun looking at all 2947 Caps!
I have found 3 new stills of Rachel’s character Della and she looks gorgeous as usual. Hope you like them.
I don’t know if anyone of you have seen this video or not, but I have stumbled upon a video about Rachel, Robert and other costars/castmates talking about their new movie Sherlock Holmes. Enjoy
More press stills have been released from State Of Play. The movie looks great. The trailer has also been released.
I’ve added photos of Rachel on the set of Sherlock Holmes from February 2. I can’t wait for this movie.
The first still and poster for State of Play have finally been released. Sorry it took me a day or so to get them up. This movie looks really good.
Thanks to the nose dive in the economy and, even more troubling to the movie industry, declining DVD sales, studios are hammering down the generous financial deals long enjoyed by the most established stars and filmmakers.
The financial scrutiny once reserved for big-budget movies now is getting applied to the studios’ chief staple – the mid-size picture – which constitutes the bulk of the films made in Hollywood.
Few movie projects illustrate the new economic reality better than Morning Glory, a comedy about a grizzled TV anchorman played by Harrison Ford who is hired to co-host a struggling morning talk show for a hard-driving producer portrayed by Rachel McAdams. It’s the kind of movie by a noted screenwriter, Aline Brosh McKenna, who hit it big with The Devil Wears Prada, that until recently a studio never would have balked at making.
But Paramount Pictures, the studio behind Morning Glory, did balk, agreeing to make the movie only under the condition that Ford, producer J.J. Abrams and others cut their fees and adjust the formulas that let them earn profits on the picture.
For years actors, directors, producers and writers have ridden the rising crest of the entertainment business by commanding lavish paychecks as the studios have been willing to pay ever-higher sums for their services. They routinely dictated financial terms to the studios, which had little choice but to accept them if they wanted to make the movie.