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Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s comic book movie sequel was previously set to debut in October 2013.
It will now open on August 22, 2014. No other major films are currently scheduled for that day of release.
Josh Brolin, Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Bruce Willis, Rosario Dawson, Jaime King, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Eva Green, Dennis Haysbert, Christopher Meloni, Jeremy Piven, Jamie Chung, Ray Liotta, Juno Temple, Julia Garner and Stacy Keach will feature in the movie.
The movie will be based on two stories from the Dark Horse Comics series – ‘A Dame to Kill For’ and ‘Just Another Saturday Night’ – as well as two more original stories written by Miller for the project.
A new trailer for Juno’s upcoming thriller Magic Magic has just been released online. This film isn’t getting a theatrical release but will be available on DVD from August 06. Watch the trailer in full below:
I have just added over 1,000 Blu-Ray quality screen captures of Juno as Alice from her 2012 film The Brass Teapot. Juno looks absolutely gorgeous in this film, and she does a great job alongside co-star Michael Angarano. Enjoy!
Juno is in Cannes at the moment to promote “Magic Magic“, which screened at the Directors’ Fortnight section. THR released their interview with with Juno, Michael Cera and Sebastian Silva.
Temple credits Cera’s friendship for helping her get through the emotional scenes in Sebastian Silva’s psychological thriller, which screened in the Directors’ Fortnight section.
Actress Juno Temple may not have a lot in common with her conflicted, extremely disturbed character in Magic Magic, but she did get to experience some of the culture shock for herself while working on the film.
“It really feels like you have been plopped in a place where you have no idea where it works,” she says in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter in Cannes. “Everything was different. It was crazy.”
In Sebastian Silva’s dark thriller, Temple plays a young woman named Alicia who gets dragged along on a vacation with her friend’s boyfriend and other friends to an isolated part of Chile. But after witnessing some disturbing things, Alicia starts to unravel, becoming more and more paranoid and delusional. (more…)