The Vow features Channing Tatum as a guy who win back his wife’s (Rachel McAdams) love after a tragic car accident left her with memory loss. Directed by Grey Gardens filmmaker Michael Sucsy, the picture should draw women (and their respective partners) into theaters come Valentine’s Day Weekend.
During today’s press junket for The Vow, Tatum and McAdams were asked if they learned anything about love from shooting The Vow. Click on the media bar to listen to the actors give their thoughts on love:
Although movie buffs who watch The Grey this weekend are primarily looking to see Liam Neeson take on a pack of wolves, the feature does contain a few themes to chew on. John Ottoway (Neeson) is a sharpshooter tasked with keeping animals away from attacking oil workers, but when their plane crashing in the Alaskan tundra, they find themselves at the mercy of Mother Nature.
Ottoway has experienced a deep sense of loss, and he eventually wonders if surviving out in the bleak and unforgiving cold is actually something worth fighting for. During the interviews for The Grey, Neeson, who described himself as a “spiritualist,” talked about the philosophical themes of the picture (he also mentions late writer/essayist Christopher Hitchens in the clip):
Arriving in theaters today, ONE FOR THE MONEY is the highly anticipated big-screen adaptation of mystery writer JANET EVANOVICH’S best-selling novel featuring bail bondsman-sleuth Stephanie Plum. Directed by JULIE ANNE ROBINSON, the film stars KATHERINE HEIGL, JASON O’MARA, DANIEL SUNJATA, JOHN LEGUIZANO, SHERRI SHEPHARD, DEBBIE REYNOLDS and DEBRA MONK.
Long hours of late-night location shooting proved to be a chore for HEIGL (who has a reputation for being vocal about thing that vex her) but, at a recent press conference to promote the film, she admitted that hearing movie-making horror stories from veteran performer DEBBIE REYNOLDS convinced her to stop complaining. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
Following his appearance in the upcoming family adventure JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND, up-and-coming your actor JOSH HUTCHERSON will follow with the role of Peeta Mellark in the big-screen adaptation of SUZANNE COLLINS’ young-adult bestseller THE HUNGER GAMES. Co-written and directed by GARY ROSS, THE HUNGER GAMES cast also includes JENNIFER LAWRENCE, LIAM HEMSWORTH, ELIZABETH BANKS, WOODY HARRELSON, ALEXANDER LUDWIG and STANLEY TUCCI.
A working actor since he was 10-years-old, HUTCHERSON works steadily. But,at the recent press event for JOURNEY 2, he admitted that the role in THE HUNGER GAMES was his holy grail. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
In the new thriller MAN ON A LEDGE, ELIZABETH BANKS plays a police psychologist determined to ‘talk down’ an ex-con driven to extremes to prove his innocence from a accusation of grand theft. Directed by ASGER LETH from a script by PABLO F. FENJVES, the cast includes SAM WORTHINGTON, ELIZABETH BANKS, JAIMIE BELL and ANTHONY MACKIE.
Soon to be seen in the much anticipated big-screen adaptation of the bestselling novel THE HUNGER GAMES, BANKS tells us that before rehearsals for MAN ON A LEDGE, she’d never met co-star WORTHINGTON. And, fortunately, first impressions aren’t always everything. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)