Everyone's buzzing about Fall TV, but don't forget the Fall movies that will be hitting big screens over the next few months! Here is your sneak peek at the comedies, dramas, and award season contenders on my list of ones-to-watch. Then stay tuned for part two with even more films to look forward to!
The weather is cooling down, the stores are filled with pens and pencils, and people are talking about football again. This can only mean one thing: September has finally arrived! Don't get downtrodden with the end-of-Summer blues, though: I've got just what you need to make the seasonal transition: a whole slew of new stuff to look forward to in September, from music to brand-new TV to anticipated movies.
The end of Summer heralds not just the return of new Fall TV, but a decidedly different type of movie season. Sure, there are some lighthearted comedies coming out this month, but you'll notice that September promises a lot of drama in the way of film. The awards buzz is sure to begin for some of these movies, but regardless, let me know which of these releases you're most looking forward to seeing!
Fans of Shia LaBeouf have seen evidence of his real-life romance with Oscar nominee Carey Mulligan, but here's a glimpse at their chemistry on the big screen. In the new, full trailer for Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, there's a lot more insight into the romance between Jacob Moore and Winnie Gekko (LaBeouf and Mulligan) and how Gordon Gekko's release from prison plays into their relationship.
The first teaser gave us a taste of the fast-paced, greedy, Wall Street lifestyle, but the second trailer provides a bit more character exploration. We see Jacob and Winnie fighting over Jacob's fascination with Gordon as Gordon draws Jacob into his world of greed. Meanwhile, Josh Brolin makes an appearance as the typically arrogant older trader who seems ready to squash Jacob like a bug.
The second trailer has me more excited about the film than the first, so to see it just read more
Well, well, well. Just yesterday I was wondering when we'd see a few scenes from the Wall Street sequel, and this morning the teaser showed up. When we last saw Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) way back in 1987, he was facing jail time for his illegal Wall Street activities. Twenty years later, he — along with his empty money clip and Zack Morris-sized cell phone — is released from prison to enter a very different financial world than the one he left.
The video playfully depicts just what Gekko's missed while he's in jail. Jacob Moore (Shia LaBeouf) and Bretton James (Josh Brolin) represent a sleeker, more stylized generation of Wall Street traders — at least on the surface. Once he's back in the real world, Gekko wastes no time imparting his words of wisdom to his daughter (Carey Mulligan)'s boyfriend Jacob, but has he been gone for too long to have any impact?
The film definitely has the potential to be totally tongue-in-cheek, but in the best way possible. Check it out for yourself and tell me what you think when you read more
Money Never Sleeps, the sequel to the iconic 1987 film Wall Street hits theaters this April, but sadly we still have yet to see a trailer. I can't wait to see Michael Douglas step back into Gordon Gekko's shoes, especially since rising stars Shia LaBeouf and Carey Mulligan will be fresh faces in the cast. As we wait for the first preview, get a taste with these new stills from the film and on the set.