Thursday, 6 September 2012

Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters,The Company You Keep,Cheerful Weather for a Wedding,Twice Born-Trailer

The trailer of  Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters has arrived online.Directed by Tommy Wirkola,the film has Gemma Arteton and Jeremy Renner as the siblings who after confronting a witch as children,decides to hunt down the rest of the witches around the world.I have mixed feelings about this trailer.While both the lead looks good  but the concept and visuals looks weird.

 Plot: The story centers on widower and single father, Jim Grant, a former Weather Underground  militant, wanted for a bank robbery and murder, who hid from the FBI for over thirty years, posing as an Albany attorney. He becomes a fugitive when his true identity is exposed by Ben Shepard, an aggressive young reporter. Grant must find his ex-lover, Mimi, the one person who can clear his name, before the FBI catches him. Otherwise, he will lose everything, including his 11-year-old daughter Isabel.

The  film directed by Robert Redford has a strong cast consisting Robert Redford  Shia LaBeouf,Susan Sarandon,Anna Kendrick and  Another Earth's Brit Marling.The trailer is impressive and Susan Sarandon looks awesome like usual.

Cheerful Weather for a Wedding  based on the novel of the same name has Felicity Jones(Like Crazy) and Luke Treadaway as its lead.The film is about a bride(Felicity Jones) having second thoughts on her wedding day and needs to make a life altering decision.The trailer looks interesting and Felicity Jones looks radiant  in the  classic  and bridal costumes and the trailer has some sightings of Ellie Kendrick who would be playing Meera Reed in the upcoming season of Game Of Thrones  as Kitty Thatcham.

Finally the trailer of the film Twice Born directed  Sergio Castellitto with Emile Hirsch and Penelope Cruz as its lead.Based on the novel,the film is about a mother(Cruz) bringing her teenage son to  Sarajevo where his father died  in the Bosnian conflict.While the pairing of Penelope Cruz and Emile Hirsch is odd,the trailer does look promising.Check it out.

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