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In Aloha, a celebrated military contractor (Bradley Cooper) returns to the site of his greatest career triumphs – the Us Space program in Honolulu, Hawaii – and reconnects with a long-ago love (Rachel McAdams) while unexpectedly falling for the hard-charging Air Force watchdog (Emma Stone) assigned to him.
Aloha opens May 29, 2015.
- Michelle McCue
Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Rachel McAdams, John Krasinski, Alec Baldwin, Danny McBride, Jay Baruchel and Bill Murray star in this story of a military contractor who screws up a major deal and is forced to return to his old life in Hawaii to help with a U.S. Space mission.
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There, he tries to reconnect with an old flame (McAdams) while at the same time begins to fall for a young, overly enthusiastic Air Force pilot (Stone) assigned to keep an eye on him.
The plot seems to just be a backdrop to showcase some really lovely performances by a painfully adorable Stone, a ridiculously gorgeous McAdams, a silently stoic Krasinski and Baldwin, who's basically just channeling his 30 Rock character Jack Donaghy »
Sneak Peek the first trailer revealing new footage from Oscar winning writer/director Cameron Crowe’s new romantic comedy/drama "Aloha", starring Bradley Cooper ("American Sniper"), Emma Stone ("Birdman"), Rachel McAdams, Alec Baldwin, Bill Murray, John Krasinski and Danny McBride, opening May 29, 2015:
"...a celebrated military contractor (Cooper) returns to the site of his greatest career triumphs – the Us Space program in Honolulu, Hawaii – reconnecting with a long-ago love (McAdams) while unexpectedly falling for the hard-charging Air Force watchdog (Stone) assigned to him..."
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- Michael Stevens
Today we have the trailer for the upcoming "Aloha" comedy, starring Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Rachel McAdams, Bill Murray, John Krasinski, Danny McBride and Alec Baldwin. Check it out below. Plot: A celebrated military contractor (Cooper) returns to the site of his greatest career triumphs - the Us Space program in Honolulu, Hawaii - and re-connects with a long-ago love (McAdams) while unexpectedly falling for the hard-charging Air Force watchdog (Stone) assigned to him. The new movie is written and directed by Cameron Crowe (Almost Famous, Jerry Maguire, Say Anything) and is set to hit theaters on May 29th. Trailer: »
In Aloha, a celebrated military contractor (Bradley Cooper) returns to the site of his greatest career triumphs – the Us Space program in Honolulu, Hawaii – and reconnects with a long-ago love (Rachel McAdams) while unexpectedly falling for the hard-charging Air Force watchdog (Emma Stone) assigned to him. From Academy Award®-winner Cameron Crowe, the writer-director behind such films as Jerry Maguire and Almost Famous, Aloha also stars Bill Murray, John Krasinski, Danny McBride, and Alec Baldwin.
Aloha is set for release May 29th in the States and September 4th in the UK.
- Gary Collinson
Originally called "Deep Tiki," the film was ready to go a few years ago with a much different cast (led by Ben Stiller), before being reassembled with Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone in the primary roles. The film concerns a disgraced defense contractor who is sent to Hawaii to supervise a satellite array and, while there, true to form, falls in love. The ridiculously starry cast also includes Rachel McAdams, Alec Baldwin, Bill Murray, John Krasinski, Danny McBride and Jay Baruchel. There will also, presumably, be well-known pop songs expertly placed for maximum emotional devastation.
What's interesting about the film, which at one point also went by the name "Volcano Romance," is that there was, at least initially, an element of magic and mysticism »
- Drew Taylor
It seems that Cameron Crowe’s ‘Untitled Hawaii Movie’ has been in the can for absolutely ages. The film was referred to as “Deep Tiki” and “Volcano Romance,” but, now titled Aloha, the movie, which stars Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Bill Murray, John Krasinski, Danny McBride, Rachel McAdams and Alec Baldwin, will finally take a bow on 29th May in the Us, but here’s a first look at it in the form of a first trailer.
Aloha revolves around a military contractor who reconnects with a long-ago love (McAdams) while unexpectedly falling for an Air Force watchdog, who is played by Stone.
Watch the trailer below.
Source: Sony Pictures »
- Paul Heath
Cooper plays a military contractor named Brian Gilcrest who returns to the Us space programme in Honolulu after failing to complete an important assignment.
Once back in Hawaii, he finds himself growing close to his ex (McAdams). However, things get complicated when he develops feelings for an Air Force watchdog (Stone).
The film is written directed by Cameron Crowe.
Aloha will be released in Us cinemas on May 29, with a UK release scheduled for September 4. »
Kicking off with one of the best Alec Baldwin meltdowns ever (it's all about the Flava Flav reference), the first trailer for Cameron Crowe's Aloha is here, bringing together an impressive ensemble cast, including the aforementioned Baldwin brother, Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Bill Murray, Danny McBride, Rachel McAdams, and John Krasinski. The story follows Cooper's military contractor as he returns to Hawaii, the site of his greatest career triumphs, and reconnects with his ex-girlfriend (McAdams), while unexpectedly falling for the Air Force watch dog assigned to him (Stone). As you would expect from something from Crowe, this is incredibly likable from the opening frame, promising a sweet and funny story at the heart of it all. Released: 29th May (U.S.)/ 4th September (Irl/U.K.) »
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Bradley Cooper — a.k.a. Mr. Cool Guy Sexy Pants, according to Alec Baldwin — heads to Hawaii in the trailer for Cameron Crowe's Aloha. There he joins Emma Stone, Rachel McAdams, Bill Murray, Baldwin, John Krasinski, Danny McBride, and a decapitated Santa Claus for what looks like a pseudo-believable, military-tinged rom-com about people who suck at communicating and rock at crying. It's unclear if all of the watery eyes are for Santa or someone else, so we'll have to wait till May 29 to find out for sure. »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
Justified, Season 6, Episode 4: “The Trash and the Snake”
Directed by Adam Arkin
Airs Tuesdays at 10pm Et on FX
When it comes to planned-in-advance TV endings, in general, you can do it straight, or you can do it serpentine. Do it straight (Breaking Bad, The Wire) and you guarantee a high degree of fan contentedness, though usually at the cost of spontaneity. Do it serpentine (Lost, Battlestar Galactica, The Sopranos) and you run the risk of pissing off a large percentage of the fanbase, though you’ll have the side-benefit of being debated into eternity. On occasion, a series finds a way to split the difference and reaps incredible rewards. Justified seems destined to opt for the former route. While it’s supplied some artful twists and surprise developments in the past, it’s never been a series built on narrative trickery or hifalutin thematic development. »
- Simon Howell
Cameron Crowe must have a heart of gold, because he can get just about any actor in Hollywood to work with him, and his movies both good and bad have been precociously heart-warming and crowd-pleasing. His last film starred Matt Damon, Scarlett Johansson, several wild animals and a little girl as Damon’s daughter so impossibly cute that she can’t actually exist in real life. It was 2011′s We Bought a Zoo, and despite some delays, Crowe is now following up that big bear hug of a movie with another potential tearjerker.
Aloha stars Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone and Rachel McAdams, with Cooper playing a military contractor falling in love with Stone’s chipper young Air Force pilot, all while reconnecting with his old girlfriend played by McAdams. Toss in Bill Murray, Alec Baldwin, Danny McBride, and John Krasinski and you got yourself a movie, wild animals or not. »
- Brian Welk
Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone are both in the spotlight as current Oscar nominees, but come Spring, you can see them fall in love. In Aloha, the latest project written and directed by Cameron Crowe, Cooper plays a disgraced soldier, Brian Gilcrest, who gets a career do-over in Hawaii (not so bad). There, he meets a bubbly fellow officer played by Stone, and amid their flirtation, we see some of Brian's baggage come back to haunt him - namely an ex (Rachel McAdams) and her current man (John Krasinski). Though the movie's description would have you believe it's a dramedy, this has romantic comedy written all over it - and that's Ok when you see who's in this cast. Alec Baldwin, Bill Murray, and Danny McBride also costar in Aloha, which comes out May 29. »
The trailer opts for the serious side of the story, in which Cooper plays a military contractor who reconnects with a long-ago love (portrayed by McAdams) while unexpectedly falling for an Air Force watchdog, played by Stone. Murray plays a billionaire launching a satellite system.
“You’re a workaholic who creates work to avoid real work,” McAdams says in response to Cooper’s character asserting that he can’t remember why they broke up.
“I’m working on that,” he says in response.
- Dave McNary
Though it’s been shrouded in much mystery during its production, Cameron Crowe’s next film, now titled Aloha, finally has a trailer. Boasting an all-star cast and some of the director’s signature trademarks, it definitely looks pretty promising.
Bradley Cooper stars as a defense contractor down in Hawaii overseeing a weapons satellite launch. While there, he falls for Emma Stone’s Air Force pilot. But when his ex-girlfriend, played by Rachel McAdams, shows up, it complicates everything.
While the basic plot itself doesn’t exactly intrigue, this well put together trailer showcases some sharp dialogue, great music and strong chemistry between Cooper and both leading lades. Though it may not reach the same heights as some of the director’s classics, Aloha certainly holds promise and as of now, has our attention.
- Matt Joseph
The first trailer has been released for Cameron Crowe's new romantic-comedy "Aloha" in which Bradley Cooper plays a military contractor who moves to Hawaii to get his career back on track. While there, he reconnects with his ex (Rachel McAdams), while falling for an enterprising Air Force member (Emma Stone). Bill Murray, John Krasinski, Danny McBride and Alec Baldwin also star.
- Garth Franklin
Sometimes you have to say goodbye before you can say hello in the first trailer for Aloha, which marks director Cameron Crowe's first film since the 2011 adaptation We Bought a Zoo. The project was given the title Aloha after going through production and post-production untitled, and now we finally have our first look at this new drama, starring Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone.
Bradley Cooper plays a defense contractor who gets re-assigned to his old stomping grounds at the U.S. space program in Honolulu, Hawaii, after failing at a recent assignment. Upon arrival, he not only reconnects with his ex-lover, but he also unexpectedly falls for the Air Force pilot (Emma Stone) assigned to him. Sony Pictures has not released an official synopsis yet, but earlier reports revealed that mysterious island forces come into play during the course of this story.
Worry not, Justified fans, for Walton Goggins will not be gone from the small screen for long once that FX series draws to a close. He will follow it with a jump to HBO, where he will join the new comedy,Vice Principals. The series comes from two of the creators of Eastbound And Down – Danny McBride and Jody Hill.
McBride also co-stars with Goggins in this new venture, which focuses on the team of people that have not quite made it to the top of the educational management tree – the Vice Principals. McBride plays divorcee Neal Gamby and Walton Goggins plays Lee Russell – a manipulative politician who finds himself in something of an alliance with Gamby.
The show will also feature Busy Phillips (Cougar Town) as Gamby’s ex-wife, while Shea Whigham (Agent Carter) will play her new husband, Ray Liptrapp. Liptrapp is characterized as a supportive and sincere person, »
- Sarah Myles
Last year HBO ordered a comedy series called Vice Principals from Eastbound & Down creators Danny McBride, David Gordon Green and Jody Hill, and now it's being reported that Justified and Django Unchained star Walton Goggins has joined the project. The series will tell the story of a high school and the people who almost run it (the vice principals), with McBride playing a VP named Neal Gamby, and Goggins playing Lee Russell, "a conniving »
- Jesse Giroux
Created by “Eastbound and Down” alums McBride and Jody Hill, “Vice Principals” tells the story of Lincoln High School and the people who almost run it – the vice principals. McBride, Hill, David Gordon Green and Stephanie Laing will exec produce.
McBride stars as Neal Gamby, divorced vice principal in charge of the school’s discipline, and Goggins plays Lee Russell, vice principal of curriculum at Lincoln, who is a conniving politician that enters into an unholy alliance with Gamby.
“Vice Principals” will be Goggins’ first series regular gig in a comedy. He previously earned an Emmy nomination for his role on “Justified,” and is currently in production on Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight.”
- Shelli Weinstein
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