Naomi Watts and Andrew Lincoln star in Penguin Bloom, a new drama about a family who take in an injured magpie that ends up making a profound difference in their lives.
Also starring Jacki Weaver and Rachel House, Penguin Bloom is directed by Glendyn Ivin.
Firstly, nice trailer. Second, I’m very interested in seeing how this story plays out. Particularly Watt’s characters journey through the five stages of grief.
I’m also curious about if and when a C.G.I. magpie was used, and excited to see Watts and Lincoln onscreen together. The latter of whom I’ve been a fan of ever since Teachers (2001-2003) – before he went stateside and starred in The Walking Dead.
Gia Carides, Leeanna Walsman, Lisa Hensley, Randolph Fields, Lisa Hensley and Donat Balaj also star.
Naomi Watts, Octavia Spencer, Tim Roth and Kelvin Harrison Jr. are the stars of Luce.
Directed by Julius Onah, Luce is the story of parents to an adopted son from war-torn Eritrea. Said parents are forced to reckon with their idealised image of their son, after an alarming discovery by a devoted high school teacher…
This rather good trailer edit has me scared. Scared for myself, scared for Spencer’s character because no one is listening to her and scared for Luce’s parents. I’m also very curious about what the alarming secret actually is.
We all know Watts and Spencer are great actors, so I can’t wait to see what Harrison does with this role. They do say that dark characters are more fun to play, after all.
Andrea Bang, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Norbert Leo Butz, Omar Brunson and Astro also star.
The perfectly titled The Glass Castle stars Brie Larson, Woody Harrelson and Naomi Watts. Written and directed by Destin Daniel Cretton, the story centres around a young girl’s coming of age in a poor, dysfunctional family of nonconformist nomads…
The subject matter, this trailer and the actors have me so interested in this movie. Stories about parent / offspring relationships especially once the children are grown up are always interesting to me. Also, what wonderful roles these are for all the actors involved.
Starring Liev Schreiber, Naomi Watts and Elisabeth Moss, Chuck is the story of the life of heavyweight boxer Chuck Wepner; the fighter that inspired Sylvester Stallone to write the Rocky movies…
I’m certainly not a major boxing fan since I haven’t yet watched any of the Rocky films. But I am interested in the story of the man who inspired them. Also, this looks like a great role for Schreiber.
Naomi Watts, Jacob Tremblay, Sarah Silverman and Jaeden Lieberher are the stars of The Book Of Henry, the Colin Trevorrow directed movie about a single mother raising a genius child. But wait. There’s more…
I’m intrigued because of the genius child and seemingly regular mother dynamiC. I also can’t wait for the police commissioner to get what’s coming to him.