I’ve added tons of captures from the trailers of Gone Girl, Hector and the Search for Happiness and What We Did On Our Holiday to our gallery!
Hector and the Search for Happiness has been selected for the Toronto International Film Festival. The movie will have a special presentation and it will also be the first time the movie will be shown in North America.
Hector and the Search for Happiness - Peter Chelsom, Germany/Canada North American Premiere
Hector is a quirky psychiatrist who has become increasingly tired of his humdrum life. Deciding to break out of his deluded routine, he embarks on a global quest in hopes of uncovering the elusive formula for true happiness… and so begins his larger-than-life adventure with riotously funny results. Starring Rosamund Pike, Toni Collette, Christopher Plummer, Simon Pegg, Stellan Skarsgård and Jean Reno.
Another trailer for Hector and the Search for Happiness has been released today. This time it’s the trailer for the US.
Rosamund looked stunning while attending the Christian Dior fashion show during Paris Fashion Week two weeks ago. I’ve added a few photos of her during the event to our gallery.
I’ve added captures of Rosamund as Penny in the movie A Long Way Down. Rosamund has a very small role but she was amazing as usual.
“Gone Girl,” the murder-mystery thriller starring Ben Affleck, will open this year’s 52nd annual New York Film Festival, Variety has learned.
The Twentieth Century Fox release, which was directed by David Fincher and co-financed by New Regency, is based on the best-selling novel by Gillian Flynn. Rosamund Pike plays the title character, a wife who mysteriously vanishes from her home one day, causing her husband (Affleck) to be suspected of killing her.
The opening night gala, held on Sept. 26, is now an important stop in the awards season race. Fincher previously opened the NYFF with 2010′s “The Social Network,” which went on to win three Oscars (it was nominated for eight). Last year’s selection, “Captain Phillips,” landed a best picture Oscar nod. Other awards-friendly titles, such as “Her” and “Inside Llewyn Davis,” also premiered at the festival in 2013, which has gotten more competitive with Toronto, perhaps as a result of its later date and smaller slate (about 25) of films.
“Gone Girl” opens nationwide on Oct. 3.