We have added two international magazine scans in our gallery. Rachel is featured in Tu Style’s September 1 issue and TV Digital’s August 14 issue. Many thanks to my friend Frederik for donating the last ones.
You might also have noticed a small change in our gallery. We are using a new script and this means we are not using intermediate images anymore. Now, when you click on our thumbnail, you will immediately view the original/full size image which will fit your screen. This way our site is easier to browse, especially for your mobile devices.
Mongrel Media released the first Canadian trailer for Wim Wenders’ “Every Thing Will Be Fine“. It’s the same trailer as the previously released German one, but this time it’s not dubbed. The movie premiered earlier this year during the Berlin Film Festival and will have it’s North America premiere during the Toronto International Film Festival in September. We have added the trailer in our video archive and we previously added the HD screencaptures in our gallery.
A tragic car accident links the lives of a struggling writer (James Franco), his long-suffering girlfriend (Rachel McAdams), a grieving mother (Charlotte Gainsbourg) and a publisher’s assistant (Marie-Josée Croze), in this intricate and beautifully shot 3D drama from master director Wim Wenders (Pina).
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Entertainment Weekly just released the first “Spotlight” movie poster featuring Rachel alongside her co-stars Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Liev Schreiber and Brian d’Arcy James. eOne Film Canada also released the first Canadian poster. We have added both posters in our gallery. The movie is selected for the Venice Film Festival (out of competition) and Toronto Film Festival. Open Road Films – the U.S.A. distributor – is reporting the following plot:
Starring Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber, Brian d’Arcy James and Stanley Tucci, Spotlight tells the riveting true story of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Boston Globe investigation that would rock the city and cause a crisis in one of the world’s oldest and most trusted institutions. When the newspaper’s tenacious “Spotlight” team of reporters delve into allegations of abuse in the Catholic Church, their year-long investigation uncovers a decades-long cover-up at the highest levels of Boston’s religious, legal, and government establishment, touching off a wave of revelations around the world. Directed by Academy Award-nominee Tom McCarthy, Spotlight is a tense investigative thriller, tracing the steps to one of the biggest crime stories in modern times.
Entertainment Weekly also talked with writer/director Tom McCarthy about the movie. You can find the interview on their website.
Entertainment Weekly just released a new “Spotlight” production still online. It was featured in their current issue as part of the Fall Movie Preview but it’s not released online. We have added it in our gallery and be sure to check out the magazine scans in our previous post in case you missed it.
The movie will have it’s world premiere during the Venice Film Festival on September 3 and it’s international premiere at the Toronto Film Festival.
“Spotlight” is one of the movies featured in Entertainment Weekly’s Fall Movie Preview. We have added the magazine scan in our gallery. It featured a brand new still of the movie. Many thanks to my good friend Luciana from Mark Ruffalo & Matt Bomer Fan for her donation. The movie is directed by Tom McCarthy and the movie will be released on November 6 (limited) in the U.S. and is selected for the Venice Film Festival and the Toronto Film Festival in September.
When The Boston Globe reported on a series of child sex-abuse allegations in the Catholic Church in 2002, the investigation blew open a cover-up spanning decades and earned the paper a Pulitzer—and now, a movie. “I consider it one of the great investigative journalistic moments of this century,” says writer-director Tom McCarthy (The Visitor). He, co-writer Josh Singer (The Fifth Estate), and the cast—including Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, and Mark Ruffalo as Globe journalists—”conducted hundreds of hours of interviews to try to get this right,” he says. “It’s a story that people need to hear.”
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We would like to remind everyone that the 90 minutes season 2 finale of “True Detective” titled Omega Station airs tonight on HBO. After last week’s ending, we can’t wait to see what will happen next. Be sure to tune in and check your local listing for the time. The first production still of the finale has been added to our gallery. We would also like to remind everyone to bookmark our new URL: RachelMcAdamsOnline.com and in case you missed it be sure to check out our previous post for additional information.
Official Plot: Frank, Ray and Ani weigh their options as Caspere’s killer and the scope of corruption are revealed.
Written by Nic Pizzolatto | Directed by John Crowley
We are hoping we will have the coverage up of the finale tomorrow, as usual, but since we are still in the middle of moving our site to a new server it might get delayed a bit.
The magazine scans of Total Film (UK) have been added in our gallery. Many thanks to my friend Luciana for donating them. We added the full interview transcript in our press archive. Excerpts of the interview can be found below. Rachel talks about “True Detective“, “Aloha” and “Southpaw“.
On True Detective: “The material’s so dark it almost allowed the time when you weren’t at work to be very light. So there was a levity around the work that allowed you to really focus when you needed to, but there wasn’t this heaviness on set. Taylor has a really great, unexpected sense of humour that kind of catches you by surprise, Colin is Irish so… [laughs] you know, and then Vince is just so smart – I was amazed at the ways in which Vince could make things funny with this material.”
On Getting Involved in True Detective Season 2: ” I had a Skype [call] with Nic [Pizzolatto, creator and writer] first and that’s where it began. I read a couple of the episodes and hit the ground running.”
» Read entire interview
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.