Posts Tagged ‘To the Wonder’
To the Wonder tells the story of Marina (Kurylenko) and Neil (Affleck), who meet in France and move to Oklahoma to start a life together, where problems soon arise. While Marina makes the acquaintance of a priest and fellow exile (Bardem), who is struggling with his vocation, Neil renews a relationship with a childhood sweetheart, Jane (McAdams).
To the Wonder opens on April 12th, watch the trailer below.
POSTERS: Iron Man 3, Turbo, To The Wonder, The Hunger Games Catching Fire, Grown Ups 2, The Hangover III
Here is a recent roundup of movie posters for upcoming films. There are some great ones here and some not so great, I’m looking at you Sandler. Click the thumbnails below for a full view.
To the Wonder opens April 12th.
Iron Man 3 opens May 3rd.
The Hangover Part III opens May 24th
Grown Ups 2 opens July 12th.
Turbo opens in 3D on July 19th.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire opens November 22nd.
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We finally have the first trailer for Terrence Malick’s To The Wonder, and it’s pretty great. There is little plot to be shared in the trailer but we know that Olga Kurylenko plays a woman who travels to Oklahoma to be with the man she loves (Affleck) only to discover that their relationship isn’t as strong as they previously thought as he reconnects with a woman from his hometown.
The trailer is very similar to his work on The Tree of Life which was dealing with the origins and meaning of life – now we seem to be dealing with love.
The film also stars Rachel McAdams, and Javier Bardem. To The Wonder is set to open on April 12, 2013.
Terrence Malick (The Tree of Life) shot his “mysterious” romantic drama To the Wonder back in 2010, it stars Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams, Olga Kurylenko and Javier Bardem. The film was shown this morning at the Venice Film Festival [read reactions here].
We have a lengthy synopsis to share for the film, and from what I’m told there isn’t much of a spoiler in here as Malick’s work is often hard to explain or up for interpretation anyways.
Read it below courtesy of The Film Stage: