All posts tagged "To the Wonder"

  • News
    Director Terrence Malick Being Sued for Not Finishing ‘Voyage of Time’

    You can file this under some random news.  Two outlets, WhatCulture.com and The Guardian are both claiming...

  • Editor
    Oscar Circuit – Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty?

    We are a few days away from the close of the second quarter and the first half...

  • General
    Circuit Round-Up (Week Ending 4/14)

    With an assortment of news and updates coming down the pipeline, there was plenty to discuss last week at The Awards Circuit. Our first order of business was paying tribute to the late and great Roger Ebert, who for many of us has shaped the way we interpret cinema. The staff went...

  • Weekend Openings
    Weekend Openings: 4/12/2013

    Touching on American sport’s and race history, writer/director Brian Helgeland delivers a biopic about Jackie Robinson’s legendary and groundbreaking impact on the world of major-league sports in 42.  For those keeping track of the usually reclusive director, the first of Terrence Malick’s many upcoming projects this year takes us To the Wonder...

  • Film Reviews
    To the Wonder (*½)

    It’s no secret that Terrence Malick is a filmmaker who isn’t for everyone, but up until now it’s always seemed like his movies have at least been for someone. With To the Wonder however, this seems like the type of film he made for him and him alone, resulting in absolutely no...

  • Poster
    ‘Stoker’, ‘Gatsby’, and ‘Wonder’ Get New Posters!

    As we get ready to enter the brand new year, it’s never too late to get on the ball for potential Oscar contenders coming down the pike.  Chan-wook Park’s Stoker starring Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska, and Matthew Goode has a new poster and early word is already positive for Wasikowska who’s been...

  • Trailer/Clips
    Malick’s ‘To the Wonder’ Trailer Arrives

    Terence Malick’s latest film, To the Wonder, played at the Venice and Toronto film festivals this year, and now we are finally getting a look at this first beautiful trailer. The film, as it seems to be with all Malick’s movies, looks stunning, thanks in large part to the great Emmanuel Lubezki’s...

  • News
    New Release Dates for Clooney’s ‘The Monuments Men,’ Malick‘s ‘To the Wonder,’ and More

    2012 isn’t even over yet and we are already looking ahead to key dates in 2013. It really is true that the Awards season never sleeps. While we are in the heat of this year’s awards race, here are a few release dates that could play into the 2013 campaign. We’ll start with a...

  • News
    ‘To The Wonder’ has been acquired by Magnolia Pictures!

    Well, it’s looking like we can officially take ‘To The Wonder’ off of our 2012 Oscar predictions, not that the Early Reviews didn’t already suggest that. Terrence Malick’s film has gone without a buyer for a surprisingly long time, but that’s changed today as Magnolia Pictures has stepped in to pick up...

  • Article
    TIFF: Byzantium, The Iceman, and To the Wonder

    BYZANTIUM (***)…A rock solid Gothic horror film, looking for distribution Byzantium is a vampire thriller unlike any I have seen. Two women with a secret, the vicious and sexual Clara (Gemma Atherton) and Eleanor (Saoirse Ronan), a thoughtful young woman, move from town to town hunting prey realizing with a genuine terror...

  • Images
    Photographic evidence that Ben Affleck is still in ‘To the Wonder’!

    The habit that Terrence Malick has of cutting down the screen time of his A-list actors is almost a joke by now. With his new film ‘To the Wonder’, it appears that Ben Affleck is the latest to join the ever growing list (not to mention all the people who are just...

  • Around the Circuit
    Around the Circuit: (September 1st – 7th)

    It’s time to visit the week that was via our Around the Circuit piece, where we look back at articles that we feel are worth your time covering the Oscar race, new releases, or really just anything film related. Link(s) of the week: With the arrival of September comes the fall film...

  • Podcasts
    Awards Circuit Power Hour Episode 18: AMPAS Rule Change, Oscar Tech Talk, Affleck & Argo

    Happy Labor Day!!! On this day where many of us are off either BBQ’ing or sleeping as late as possible, we are bringing you the weekly Awards Circuit Power Hour.  A fun-themed show today, I’m joined by Terence, Joey, Mike, and Robert talking everything film.  Also, don’t forget to rate us on...

  • News
    Early word paints ‘To the Wonder’ as being just as divisive as ‘The Tree of Life’!

    It’s no secret around these parts that Terrence Malick frustrated me more than he pleased me with ‘The Tree of Life’ last year, which basically has been the way his whole career has gone in my eyes (short of ‘Badlands’, which I love). However, I’ve been looking forward to seeing ‘To the...

  • General
    Circuit Round-Up (Week Ending 9/2)

    As summer comes to an end, The Awards Circuit knows that the year’s “hottest” days are ahead of us thanks to some fall releases that will really start to heat up the awards season. One such film, Terrence Malick’s To The Wonder, is surmised to be a major last-minute player for the...

  • News
    Ben Affleck further hints at how experimental “To The Wonder” is…

    We’re very close to getting the first reviews of Terrence Malick’s film ‘To The Wonder’, but some interesting hints/innuendo are leaking out about the flick. We’d already heard months ago how the movie is supposedly even more experimental than ‘The Tree of Life,’ but now Ben Affleck himself has supposedly told the...

  • Article
    “Best” Actress Award or “Whatever We Have Left Over”

    Trying to sand down the rough slate that is the Actress categories is an intimidating task.  The past few years, the category has produced the likes of Natalie Portman in her career-topping performance in Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan and Marion Cotillard’s transformation like no other in the Foreign Language film, La Vie...

  • News
    Will ‘To The Wonder’ be Terrence Malick’s shortest film?

    An interesting little bit of information has been uncovered in regard to Terrence Malick’s latest film. Over at the website for the Venice Film Festival (found here), there’s a running time listed for all of the films at the fest, including ‘To The Wonder’, and believe it or not, it’s going to...

  • News
    69th Venice Film Festival to include Malick, De Palma, Nair, Lee and Redford!

    Hot on the heels of the Toronto International Film Festival announcing their titles comes word from Venice about the films to be featured at the 69th Venice Film Festival. With 60 films, the selection includes a wide range of anticipated titles such as Terrence Malick’s To the Wonder, Passion from Brian De Palma...

  • News
    Official Plot Synopsis Released for Terence Malick’s “To the Wonder”

    With the big announcement yesterday of the titles that will be debuting/playing at the Toronto Film Festival, the first Plot Synopsis for Terrence Malick’s new film “To the Wonder” was revealed. The film stars Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams, Olga Kurylenko, and Javier Bardem, and seems to be Malick’s most overt relationship drama...

  • News
    Looper set to open the Toronto International Film Festival, Full Lineup released!

    The Toronto International Film Festival is often seen as the start of the Oscar season and judging by the lineup, we’re in for a doozy this year if the release from Variety is complete. Oscar contenders Argo, Anna Karenina, Cloud Atlas, and Hyde Park on Hudson will all be at the festival, as well...

  • News
    Venice Film Festival may screen ‘The Master’ and ‘To The Wonder’

    Now that the Cannes Film Festival has come to a close, we can now turn our attention to the more Oscar centric festivals that we’ll be seeing in the coming months (mainly the fall). First up is the Venice Film Festival, and the new artistic director of the fest is looking to...

  • General
    Malick’s latest film gets a new title and plot summary!

    Terrence Malick is as much an enigma as he is an auteur. Famous for going 30 years between films, the titles of his movies are often evocative of more than just the plot therein. Since we are poised to get back to back years of Malick films, it was only a matter...