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The film stars Elizabeth Olsen as Therese, a young woman unhappily married to her pale cousin, Camille (Tom Felton, "Harry Potter"'s Draco Malfoy). Together, Therese, her husband/cousin, and his mother, Madame Raquin (Jessica Lange), move to Paris, where Felton's charms (or lack thereof) can't compete against those of dashing Laurent (Isaac), a bold man who isn't afraid to touch Therese ... and then some.
As laid bare in the following trailer, things don't go well for hapless Camille, and Madame Raquin rightly suspects foul play. If we've learned anything from all three seasons of "American Horror Story," it's that you don't want to find yourself on Lange's bad side.
- Laura Larson
After the long winter, when the brutal chill of February has hit and the novelty of Valentine's Day has passed, it might be just the perfect time for some good, old fashioned bodice ripping. In this new trailer for "In Secret," Elizabeth Olsen and Oscar Isaac plot and scheme and fall into one another's beds, causing quite the 19th century scandal. Formerly titled "Terese," the film is based on Emile Zola's novel, "Therese Raquin" a cautionary tale of obsession, adultery and revenge set in 1860s Paris. Terese (Olsen) is married off to her sickly cousin Camille (Tom Felton of the “Harry Potter” franchise) and finds herself trapped in a marriage devoid of emotional and physical love. When she meets her husband's childhood friend Laurent, their obvious attraction leads to a passionate affair with tragic consequences. Jessica Lange plays Madame Raquin, Camille's mother and Terese' aunt, who discovers the lovers' secrets. »
- Casey Cipriani
Elizabeth Olsen, Oscar Isaac, and Tom Felton star as the leading trio in the adaptation of Émile Zola’s original novel, Thérèse Raquin. And now Roadside has released the first trailer for the newly-titled film over on Apple.
Based on Émile Zola’s scandalous novel, Thérèse Raquin, In Secret is a tale of obsessive love, adultery and revenge set in the lower depths of 1860s Paris. Therese (Elizabeth Olsen of “Martha Marcy May Marlene”), a sexually repressed beautiful young woman, is trapped into a loveless marriage to her sickly cousin, Camille (Tom Felton of the “Harry Potter” franchise), by her domineering aunt, Madame Raquin (two-time Academy Award winner Jessica Lange). Therese spends her days confined behind the counter of a »
- Kenji Lloyd
Elizabeth Olsen is currently going from strength to strength. AFter appearing in indie darlings such as Martha, Marcy, May, Marlene and Kill Your Darlings, she’s hooked upcoming roles in big blockbusters Godzilla and The Avengers; Age Of Ultron. Another of her upcoming films is In Secret in which she plays a young woman forced into a marriage that provides her with no sexual satisfaction whatsoever. Tom Felon plays her loveless husband who makes the big mistake of introducing Olsen to his childhood friend, played by Oscar Isaac. Isaac and Olsen embark on a passionate affair and are soon plotting the murder of Felton’s character. Unfortunately, Felton’s mother (Jessica Lange) becomes increasingly suspicious and Olsen is swamped by guilt.
It looks like a pretty good period thriller with some strong performances. Unfortunately, this trailer gives away a hell of a lot of plot and the sexless marriage parts »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
Elizabeth Olsen and Oscar Isaac steam up the screen in this latest look at Roadside Attractions’ Emile Zola adaptation, “In Secret.” The film, previously titled “Therese Raquin” after its source material and title character (Olsen), tells the familiar story of a girl betrothed into a sexless marriage and finding her only escape in murder and betrayal. Also Read: Roadside Attractions Acquires Elizabeth Olsen Romantic Thriller ‘Therese’ After Therese is forced to marry her cousin, played by Tom Felton (aka Draco Malfoy), she falls in love with the dashing painter Laurent (Isaac). The only way they can be together involves murdering »
- L.A. Ross
When this tale of obsessive love, passion, murder and suspicion was first announced, it was going under Therese Raquin, the name of the novel – and later play – from which it was adapted. But as the trailer arrives showcasing the work of Elizabeth Olsen, Oscar Isaac, Tom Felton and Jessica Lange, the title is now In Secret. Check out the first promo over at Apple’s site.With Charlie Stratton adapting and directing this version of Emile Zola’s book (and Neal Bell’s theatrical work), In Secret finds Olsen as Therese, a sexually repressed and beautiful young woman who is trapped into a loveless marriage to her sickly cousin, Camille (Tom Felton) by her domineering aunt, Madame Raquin (Jessica Lange).Therese spends her days confined behind the counter of a small shop and her evenings watching Madame play dominos with an eclectic group. After she meets her husband's alluring childhood friend, »
Famed author Émile Zola's controversial novel Therese Raquin comes to life on the silver screen next year with In Secret, which was formerly known as Therese. Roadside Attractions has released the first trailer for this adaptation, starring Elizabeth Olsen as Therese, a repressed married woman who falls for a childhood friend (Oscar Isaac) of her husband (Tom Felton). Jessica Lange, Mackenzie Crook and Shirley Henderson co-star in director Charlie Stratton's romance, arriving in theaters February 21.
Based on Émile Zola's scandalous novel, Thérèse Raquin, In Secret is a tale of obsessive love, adultery and revenge set in the lower depths of 1860s Paris. Therese (Elizabeth Olsen of Martha Marcy May Marlene), a sexually repressed beautiful young woman, is trapped into a loveless marriage to her sickly cousin, Camille (Tom Felton of the Harry Potter franchise), by her domineering aunt, Madame Raquin (two-time Academy Award winner Jessica Lange). Therese »
The first trailer for director Charlie Startton’s upcoming drama In Secret has been released. Based on the Emile Zola novel Therese Raquin and previously titled Therese, the film stars Elizabeth Olsen as a young woman trapped in an arranged marriage who conspires with her lover to dispose of her sickly cousin husband. Oscar Isaac plays the lover, Harry Potter’s Tom Felton plays the husband, and Jessica Lange plays Olsen’s aunt. I caught the film at the Toronto International Film Festival and while the performances are solid, it becomes a bit of a chore when the story starts revolving around two terrible characters feeling terrible about being terrible. This trailer pits the film as more of a thriller, but in actuality it’s more of a psychological drama. Hit the jump to watch the trailer and click here to read my full review. The film also stars Shirley Henderson, »
- Adam Chitwood
This winter we'll be seeing two different sides to Oscar Isaac: first as a folk singer continually on the edge of fame and just barely shuffling through life, and then, as a sexually charged young man who physically and emotionally saves the life of a young woman trapped in an empty marriage. And in both, things don't quite end the way you expect. The first trailer has arrived for "In Secret" (formerly known as "Therese") and it easily lays out the drama ahead. Based on the classic novel by Emile Zola, the story centers on Therese (Olsen), an orphaned girl taken under the wing of her aunt (Jessica Lange), and married to her sickly cousin (a pale and frequently sweaty Tom Felton). Together they all move to the big city where Therese meets the dashing Laurent (Isaac), and soon corsets are unbuttoned, and cravats are unfurled. And the resulting movie is pretty predictable. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
"I want to fall asleep in your arms..." Roadside has debuted the first official trailer for In Secret, an indie romantic thriller starring Elizabeth Olsen at the center of a sultry Parisian love triangle. The two lovers are Oscar Isaac, who is getting plenty of attention starring in Inside Llewyn Davis, and Tom Felton, last seen in Rise of the Planet of the Apes. While this starts out slow, it picks up by the end with intriguing plot twists (they do reveal quite a bit) and gorgeous cinematography in the second half. Despite the big twist being revealed (warning!) in this trailer, I'm still interested in checking it out. Something about that Olsen. Here's the first official trailer for Charlie Stratton's In Secret, originally from Apple: Based on Émile Zola's scandalous novel, Thérèse Raquin, Charlie Stratton's In Secret is a tale of obsessive love, adultery and revenge »
- Alex Billington
There isn't much secrecy in this trailer for In Secret, which features rising stars Oscar Isaac, Elizabeth Olsen, and Tom Felton in the dramatic crime thriller based on the play by Neal Bell. I guess that's how a lot of play's are, in that the performances are more important than the story beats. Certainly with the aformentioned cast that could be the selling point, especially with veteran thespian Jessica Lange added into the mix. Felton, for his part, is near unrecognizeable from his Harry »
- Paul Shirey
The trailer for writer-director Charlie Stratton's In Secret is now online and can be viewed in the player below, courtesy of iTunes Movie Trailers . Set in the lower depths of 1860s Paris, In Secret is a tale of obsessive love, adultery and revenge based on Emile Zola's "Thérèse Raquin." Therese (Elizabeth Olsen), a sexually repressed beautiful young woman, is trapped into a loveless marriage to her sickly cousin, Camille (Tom Felton), by her domineering aunt, Madame Raquin (Jessica Lange). Therese spends her days confined behind the counter of a small shop and her evenings watching Madame play dominos with an eclectic group. After she meets her husband's alluring friend, Laurent (Oscar Isaac), she embarks on an illicit affair that leads to tragic consequences. »
Various films have undergone release date changes, and even some title changes, in the past week or so. Time to look at the ones not already covered not covered in standalone articles (like yesterday's "Star Wars" news).
Disney quietly slipped out the news yesterday that Brad Bird's mysterious "Tomorrowland" project has been pushed back by five months. Originally slated for next December, it will now hit May 22nd 2015.
A leaked poster from Afm indicates Robert Rodriguez's "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" may have undergone a title chance. The new title? "Sin City: A Dame to Die For". It remains on track for an August 22nd 2014 release.
Speaking of title changes, Roadside Attractions has retitled its romantic thriller "Therese" to "In Secret". Elizabeth Olsen, Oscar Isaac, Tom Felton and Jessica Lange star in the "Thérèse Raquin" adaptation which has been scheduled for a release next year on February 21st. »
- Garth Franklin
Exclusive: Roadside Attractions has made some moves on Therese, the film it acquired at Toronto. The film has been retitled In Secret, and has been set for February 21 release. The romantic thriller stars Elizabeth Olsen, Oscar Isaac, Tom Felton and Jessica Lange and is based on Emile Zola’s scandalous novel Thérèse Raquin. Ld Entertainment financed it and Roadside made the deal just before the film’s Toronto premiere. Charlie Stratton made his directing debut, and Mickey Liddell, Pete Shilaimon and William Horberg produced. Set in 1860s Paris, pic is a tale of obsessive love, adultery and revenge. Therese (Olsen) is a sexually repressed beautiful young woman trapped into a loveless marriage to her sickly cousin, Camille (Tom Felton), by her domineering aunt, Madame Raquin (Lange). Her husband’s friend (Isaac) catches her eye and things go all kinds of wrong from there. Related: Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Nabs ‘Therese »
- MIKE FLEMING JR
On TV this Wednesday: It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia goes dark for a while, Arrow learns the truth about his new feathered friend, Svu engages in Idol pursuits and the Cma Awards put on a boot-stompin’ good time. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
- Kimberly Roots
Amma Asante‘s Belle made a quiet premiere at Tiff last month in a festival full of bigger and louder productions, but the full trailer will hopefully generate a little bit of buzz for what looks to be a genuinely solid period drama. Gugu Mbatha-Raw stars as Dido Elizabeth Belle, the illegitimate mixed race daughter of a Royal Navy Admiral who instructs his uncle and aunt (Tom Wilkinson and Emily Watson) to bring her up as one of their own. While her connection to aristocracy affords her certain privileges she would have never known, her family’s uneasiness with the color of her skin leaves her in limbo between two worlds. This is especially true when it comes time to find love and marriage. It’s going to be a rough time finding a family willing to let her marry in, but it’s also a decent way to indicate which men are terrible. Here »
- Samantha Wilson
Fox Searchlight has unveiled the trailer for "Belle," which is inspired by the trust story of Dido Elizabeth Belle (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), the illegitimate mixed race daughter of a Royal Navy Admiral who had a hand in ending slavery in England. Check out the trailer below. Plot: Raised by her aristocratic great-uncle Lord Mansfield (Tom Wilkinson) and his wife (Emily Watson), Belle's lineage affords her certain privileges, yet the color of her skin prevents her from fully participating in the traditions of her social standing. Left to wonder if she will ever find love, Belle falls for an idealistic young vicar's son bent on change who, with her help, shapes Lord Mansfield's role as Lord Chief Justice to end slavery in England. "Belle" is directed by Amma Asante and co-stars Matthew Goode, Tom Felton, Sarah Gadon, Penelope Wilton and Miranda Richardson. It's set to hit theaters on May 2nd, 2014. Trailer: »
With the likes of Tarantino’s Django Unchained and Steve McQueen’s 12 Years A Slave reminding us of America’s shameful history of slavery (albeit in very different ways), we’ve another effort on the way with Belle. Rising British actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw leads in title role centred on the illegitimate, bi-racial daughter born of Royal Navy admiral Sir John Lindsay and his black mistress slave. The film explores how she fits into her Aristocratic ancestry, while being looked as an embarrassing shame.
In late eighteenth century England, Dido Elizabeth Belle is born to a white British admiral and a black Caribbean slave. The admiral’s well-bred family is appalled, but when he returns to sea, custom dictates that they raise his child as an aristocrat. Britain’s imposing Lord Mansfield (Wilkinson) is both Dido’s uncle and the family patriarch, and instructs this bi-racial woman (Mbatha-Raw) to respect both »
- Craig Hunter
Gugu Mbatha-Raw looks absolutely beautiful in this first poster for Amma Asante's Belle from Fox Searchlight Pictures. The film opens next spring and also includes Tom Wilkinson, Sam Reid, Sarah Gadon, Miranda Richardson, Penelope Wilton, Tom Felton, James Norton, Matthew Goode and Emily Watson. Misan Sagay wrote the screenplay. Damian Jones produces while Steve Christian, Julie Goldstein, Steve Norris, Ivan Dunleavy, Phil Hunt, Compton Ross and Christopher Collins serve as executive producers. Belle opens in theaters on May 2nd, 2014 and is inspired by the true story of Dido Elizabeth Belle (Mbatha-Raw), the illegitimate mixed race daughter of Admiral Sir John Lindsay (Goode). Raised by her aristocratic great-uncle Lord Mansfield (Wilkinson) and his wife (Watson), Belle’s lineage affords her certain privileges, yet her status »
Belle Trailer, Poster. Amma Asante‘s Belle (2013) movie trailer, movie poster stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Matthew Goode, Emily Watson, Lasco Atkins, and Tom Felton. Belle‘s plot synopsis: “Belle is inspired by the true story of Dido Elizebeth Belle (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), the illegitimate mixed race daughter of a Royal Navy Admiral. Raised by [...]
- Rollo Tomasi
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