A trailer and poster for ‘A Rainy Day in New York’ have been released by Woody Allen’s Facebook page. You can see the trailer below and screencaps and the poster in the gallery.
According to Variety, Timothée’s upcoming Woody Allen film ‘A Rainy Day in New York’ will be released in Italy on October 3. Other European markets will probably follow.
After being put on the shelf by Amazon, Woody Allen’s “A Rainy Day in New York” is to be released in Italy in the fall via distributor Lucky Red, with other European territories also believed to have closed local distribution deals, a source familiar with the situation told Variety.
Italy’s Lucky Red has confirmed Italian press reports that it will release “A Rainy Day in New York” on Oct. 3, leading to local speculation that the film could launch in September at the Venice Film Festival. The fest could not be immediately reached for comment. Lucky Red previously released Allen’s 2017 “Wonder Wheel,” starring Kate Winslet.
Some new set images from ‘The French Dispatch’ have emerged thanks to Julien on Instagram. You can see the images in the gallery.
According to a French newpaper called Charente Libre viaIndeWire, director Wes Anderson spoke a little about the upcoming ‘The French Dispatch’. You can read the whole thing at the link and some highlights below.
Up until now, all that has been known about “The French Dispatch” plot is that the film is a “love letter to journalists set at an outpost of an American newspaper in 20th-century Paris.” Anderson said the secrecy around the film has been intentional (“When I shoot I do not want any advertising”), although he was willing to pull back the curtain a bit and explain the story in more detail.
“The story is not easy to explain,” Anderson said. “[It’s about an] American journalist based in France [who] creates his magazine. It is more a portrait of this man, of this journalist who fights to write what he wants to write. It’s not a movie about freedom of the press, but when you talk about reporters you also talk about what’s going on in the real world.”
“I do not know the release date,” Anderson said. “I never know, but I feel [it] could be ready before the end of the year.”
Anderson’s most recent release was last year’s stop-motion film “Isle of Dogs,” which landed an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Feature. Should the film land a 2019 release, it would most likely be at the end of the year during the holiday movie season. More likely is a 2020 release in late winter or spring, which is when “Grand Budapest Hotel” and “Isle of Dogs” opened.
In honour of spring, the site has a new look. The header was made by the awesome Ten Thousand Beats.
Since things are quiet at the moment, with ‘The French Dispatch’ just finished filming last week and ‘Dune’ starting up today, I decided to screencap and add ‘Call Me By Your Name’ DVD Extras – ‘Snapshots of Italy: The Making of the Film’ and ‘In Conversation with the Cast’. So check them out and hopefully some set pics from ‘Dune’ will emerge soon.
The Timothée section has been totally revamped. It now has detailed pages for all of his work in movies, TV and theatre, as well as a complete biography, fun facts and name meanings, so do check it all out. In addition, the gallery has been updated with images from his high school plays “Sweet Charity” and “Cabaret”.
‘Dune’ has been given a release date. You should all set your calendars to November 20, 2020.
Warner Bros. has set a trip to Dune.
The studio announced Friday that filmmaker Denis Villeneuve’s big-budget sci-fi adaptation will open on Nov. 20, 2020 in IMAX and 3D.
The all-star cast for the Legendary film includes Timothee Chalamet as the lead character, Paul Atreides, as well as Rebecca Ferguson, Dave Bautista, Stellan Skarsgard, Charlotte Rampling, Javier Bardem and Josh Brolin. Jason Momoa, Zendaya and Oscar Isaac are also in talks to join the cast.
Villeneuve’s Dune is expected to begin filming in the spring in locations such as Budapest and Jordan.