13 items from 2010
Here’s the first poster for new rom-com starring Rachel Bilson called, Waiting for Forever. The movie is directed by James Keach and also stars Tom Sturridge, Matthew Davis Jamey Anthony, K.C. Clyde and Nikki Blonsky with the story by Steve Adams.
IMDb give us the plot: A Hollywood-set romantic tale of a guy who is content to live his life without a job yet with the love of his life, a young actress.
Waiting for Forever is set for release in the UK 2011.
Source: Impa »
- David Sztypuljak
Director: James Keach
The Scoop: British up and comer Sturridge plays an unmotivated slacker obsessed with his childhood friend (Bilson) in this rom-com from character director Keach. Though Sturridge’s Will Donner prefers to live unemployed and loaf around in his pajamas, he does have one guiding light in his life; his firm and mostly unfounded belief that his actress gal pal Emma is destined to be his one true love. Ah, destiny.
Rated PG-13, 94 min. | Watch the trailer »
- NextMovie Staff
"...'Will Donnor' (Sturridge), is a twenty-something guy who exclusively wears pajamas, juggles for a living and has no motivation to do anything other than follow childhood friend, now struggling actress 'Emma Twist' (Bilson) from city to city because he believes that they are destined to be together..."
Produced by Keach, Trevor Albert, John Papsidera, Jane Seymour, Richard Arlook and Jack Giarraputo, working from a screenplay by Steve Adams, cast also includes Nikki Blonsky as 'Dolores, K.C. Clyde as 'Dennis', Blythe Danner as 'Miranda Twist', Roz Ryan as 'Dorothy', Matthew Davis as 'Aaron' and Larry Filion as 'Larry'.
The film will be released February 2011.
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Waiting For Forever"...
- Michael Stevens
OK, so it's Christmas and maybe we should be kinder and nicer, but who are we kidding? When we see something like the trailer for the terribly named "Waiting For Forever," it brings our inner Scrooge to the surface. Directed by James Keach, whose biggest previous credit seems to be episodes of "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," the film aims at girls aged between 10 and 12 and tells the story of Emma (Rachel Bilson) and Will (Tom Sturridge), two neighbors who were friends who reconnect years later, with Emma finding out that the top hat wearing doofus that lives next… »
Directed by: James Keach
Release Date: February 4, 2011
Trailer Score: 4/10
My Thoughts: Somewhere in this trailer, I think there’s supposed to be a character that I care about… or at least I’m mildly interested in. Unfortunately, this mash up of puppy eyes, whining, and stalking just kinda leaves me with the desire to get a restraining order against the next person who compliments me. I mean, that’s what we’re supposed to take away, right? That guys (in this case Tom Sturridge) that are nice to you after, like, 20 years probably means that he wants to make a skin suit out of you.
I’m sure at some point this guy was supposed to appear sweet to me, but the creep factor never really left. But I also hafta say, I don’t entirely get the »
- Calhoun Kersten
Freestyle Releasing, via THR, have unveiled the first official trailer for Waiting for Forever.
Synopsis: A Hollywood-set romantic tale of a guy who is content to live his life without a job yet with the love of his life, a young actress.
Waiting for Forever will be released in the Us on February, 2011. A UK release has not yet been confirmed.
Watch the trailer below:
- Jamie Neish
The trailer for Rachel Bilson‘s new movie, Waiting for Forever has finally been released online. Co-starring Tom Sturridge, Blythe Danner and Richard Jenkins, the story focuses on Emma (Bilson) and Will (Sturridge), two childhood best friends who lost touch many years ago, who are, in Will’s eyes at least, meant to be together. Sound like the perfect start to a romantic comedy?
Check out the trailer below via MTV and tell us what you think!
- Laura Stackhouse
 Freestyle Releasing have released a movie trailer for Waiting For Forever, a "Hollywood-set romantic tale" directed by James Keach, starring Rachel Bilson (The O.C., Jumper), Blythe Danner (Meet The Parents), Richard Jenkins (Let Me In), Nikki Blonsky (Hairspray) and Tom Sturridge (Pirate Radio). In “Waiting for Forever” Emma (Rachel Bilson) and Will (Tom Sturridge) play long lost best friends—or so Emma thinks. When her mediocre TV show is canceled and news of her father’s illness spreads, Emma’s forced back to her hometown, where she meets a new set of unexpected struggles that challenge her to redefine the meaning of family, love and how we live our lives. The film played at a bunch of regional film festivals in 2010 and was met with mostly positive reviews. The movie is now set to hit theaters in February 2011. Watch the trailer now embedded after the jump. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below. »
- Peter Sciretta
Tom Sturridge is seizing the chance to win Rachel Bilson's heart after waiting for a long time. MTV's Hollywood Crush has got its hand on a brand new trailer for James Keach-directed indie romance, "Waiting For Forever", offering a look at Tom and Rachel as Will and Emma, childhood friends who meet again after a long time apart.
Best friends while they were growing up, Will and Emma lost touch a long time ago, that is as far as she knows. To Will, Emma never stopped being the most important person in his life. When her father gets sick, Emma returns to their hometown, trying to leave behind her complicated love life and failing career as a TV actress. And Will, who believes they are forever linked, tries to seize the opportunity.
Interviewed by Tom Stockman
Conducted: November 12, 2010
Veteran actor Stacy Keach has been on stage and in front of the camera for well over fifty years. He’s performed in the highbrow ranks of Broadway, Shakespeare, and critically acclaimed films. He’s also participated in the lowbrow humor of Cheech and Chong and grindhouse quickies churned out by Italian exploitation auteurs. He’s worked for some of the great directors including John Huston, Walter Hill, John Carpenter, and Robert Altman, as well as playwright Arthur Miller. When he’s not performing, his charity work as chairman of the Cleft Palate Foundation keeps him busy. Stacy Keach was invited to St. Louis last weekend to receive an honorary Lifetime Achievement Award from Cinema St. Louis. Three of his films were screened including the classics Fat City and The Long Riders as well as his newest project Imbued, a film in which he »
- Tom Stockman
This past weekend (before 8:25 pm Saturday evening, if the comments on their Facebook page are accurate), Atom’s newest original series, Quitters, hit 100,000 views since the first episode premiered July 16. That’s no small feat in the increasingly crowded web series world, so I decided to check out the three episodes they have available for myself to see what makes the show tick. First off, the show is produced by Jamie Bullock of No Mimes Media. They are primarily known for their ARGs, but No Mimes seems to have a great handle on how to market their content on the web to not just create awareness, but actually bring the eyeballs to where they need them. One thing that has to help with that is the appearance of Jane Seymour as a regular. The show’s Facebook page is full of links to interviews that Jane has done where »
- Josh Weiss-Roessler
Tom Sturridge has revealed a casting secret of the film Waiting For Forever. The Pirate Radio star claimed that the film's director James Keach originally wanted Robert Pattinson for the starring role in the movie. At the Saturday New York premiere of Waiting for Forever, Sturridge explained how he landed the part. "I saw the script on the floor of Rob's apartment when I was staying on his sofa," Sturridge said, according to New York Daily News. "I thought to myself, 'I could do this better than he could!', so I called up (more) »
- By Shannon McGarvey
The 15th Gen Art Film Festival celebrated day 2 Thursday night with a screening of James Keach's "Waiting Forever." Stars Blythe Danner, Rachel Bilson and Tom Sturridge joined in for their NY debut. In the film, Emma (Bilson) and Will (Sturridge) play long lost best friends - or so Emma thinks. When her mediocre TV show is canceled and news of her father's illness spreads, Emma's forced back to her hometown, »
13 items from 2010
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