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Paramount Pictures will release Jason Reitman‘s “Men, Women & Children” in limited release on Wednesday, Oct. 1, the studio announced Friday. The film will be expanded the following weekend, Oct. 10, and will open wide a week later on Oct. 17. See video: Ansel Elgort and Jennifer Garner Have the Sads in Jason Reitman's ‘Men, Women & Children’ Trailer The drama follows high school students and their parents, who are all navigating interpersonal relationships in the brave new world of the internet. Adam Sandler, Ansel Elgort, Jennifer Garner, Kaitlyn Dever, Rosemarie DeWitt and others star. Here's the synopsis of the film, which is. »
- Linda Ge
The studio will expand the film on Oct. 10, followed by a wide release on Oct. 17.
“Men, Women and Children” will premiere at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival next month.
Paramount released the first trailer this week. It contains no dialogue, only text messages, to convey the film’s focus on how the internet has changed the way that parents and teenagers interact.
- Dave McNary
Briefly: The first teaser trailer for Jason Reitman's latest film Men, Women & Children just debuted online before the drama premieres next month at the Toronto International Film Festival. But at the time, Paramount Pictures hadn't set an official release date. Now Deadline reports the studio has finally set the promising film for a limited release on October 1st with an expansion on October 10th and then a wide release on October 17th. The film stars Kaitlyn Dever, Rosemarie DeWitt, Ansel Elgort, Jennifer Garner, Judy Greer, Dean Norris and Adam Sandler in the story of high schoolers and their parents navigating life, love, and relationships in the age of our obsession with social media and the internet. »
- Ethan Anderton
Paramount says the Jason Reitman film, making its world premiere next month at the Toronto Film Festival, will open in limited markets on October 1. Pic will expand on October 10 and go wide on October 17th. Adapted by Reitman and Erin Cressida Wilson from the Chad Kultgen novel, the ensemble drama stars Kaitlyn Dever, Rosemarie DeWitt, Ansel Elgort, Jennifer Garner, Judy Greer, Dean Norris, and Adam Sandler as a group of high schoolers and their parents navigating life, love, and relationships in the age of social media and online obsession. The studio dropped a trailer earlier this week in a unique campaign with the Whisper app.
- The Deadline Team
As we can see in this newly released trailer for "Men, Women and Children" (watch below), director/writer Jason Reitman is revisiting a topic he explored so successfully in "Juno" – teen angst. Now he layers on parental angst, too, as we watch two lost generations in search of human connection via text message, web hookups and other forms of digital connection. -Break- Paramount is giving this an Oscar-friendly release date of Oct. 3. Reitman's "Juno" scored admirably with academy voters, nabbing four nominations and one win (original screenplay) in 2007. His "Up in the Air" reaped six bids two years later. Both film were nominated for Best Picture and Director. "Men, Women and Children" is based on a novel by Chad Kultgen. Cast includes Ansel Elgort, Adam Sandler, Judy Greer, Jennifer Garner, Emma Thompson, Dean Norris, Dennis Haysbert, Rosemarie DeWitt and Jk Simmons. Follow Gold Derby on&n...' »
Paramount Pictures just released the first trailer for "Men, Women and Children," starring Adam Sandler, Jennifer Garner, Rosemarie DeWitt and Judy Greer. Check it out below. Plot: The story focuses on a group of high school teenagers and their parents as they attempt to navigate the many ways the internet has changed their relationships, their communication, their self-image, and their love lives. As each character and each relationship is tested, we are shown the variety of roads people choose - some tragic, some hopeful - as it becomes clear that no one is immune to this enormous social change that has come through our phones, our tablets, and our computers. The new movie is directed by Jason Reitman (Up In the Air, Juno) and is set to hit select theaters on October 3rd. It will then expand on October 17th. Trailer: »
Ahead of its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, Paramount Pictures has released the first trailer for Men, Woman & Children, the latest film from Academy Award-nominated director Jason Reitman (Juno, Up in the Air), and you can watch it right here…
Men, Women & Children follows the story of a group of high school teenagers and their parents as they attempt to navigate the many ways the internet has changed their relationships, their communication, their self-image, and their love lives. The film attempts to stare down social issues such as video game culture, anorexia, infidelity, fame hunting, and the proliferation of illicit material on the internet. As each character and each relationship is tested, we are shown the variety of roads people choose – some tragic, some hopeful – as it becomes clear that no one is immune to this enormous social change that has come through our phones, our tablets, »
- Gary Collinson
Does Jason Reitman hate texting? From the looks of the first trailer for his Men, Women & Children, that definitely seems to be the case. Reitman’s latest is all about the secrets we keep online and that threaten to leak into the real world — which makes it kind of weird that the film’s marketing is encouraging fans to use the Whisper app to share their secrets, because that sure seems like something that’s pushing precisely what the film is against – with everyone constantly staring at their phones and looking shocked. Not a fan of films that use cute graphics to share texts, emails and pix on the big screen? Oh, you’re going to hate this one. Reitman’s film centers on a loosely connected group of students and their families, though it appears that they are all linked by their mutual sadness and disconnection. Put down your phones. Start »
- Kate Erbland
Earlier today, a teaser trailer dropped for Jason Reitman’s new film, the dark dramedy Men, Women & Children. Based on the book of the same name by Chad Kultgen (which I love), it’s a look at how technology and the internet/social media has changed how we interact with each other, especially when it comes to intimate relations. A chronicle of how this affects both adults and teenagers, it’s some potentially serious stuff. The novel is a pitch black comedy and Reitman has experience in that realm, so if he’s faithfully adapted this work, I think he’s going to be back in the awards race. It might be a little much for Oscar voters to give any wins to, but I think we have another player this season. At the end of this post you can see the trailer in order to understand what I’m talking about, »
- Joey Magidson
Paramount has unveiled the first trailer for Jason Reitman‘s Labor Day follow-up Men, Women & Children, launching a campaign tailored to digital-age moviegoers. Adapted by Reitman and Erin Cressida Wilson from the Chad Kultgen novel, the ensemble drama stars Kaitlyn Dever, Rosemarie DeWitt, Ansel Elgort, Jennifer Garner, Judy Greer, Dean Norris, and Adam Sandler as a group of high schoolers and their parents navigating life, love, and relationships in the age of social media and online obsession. The complexities of living in a plugged-in world ruled by texts, emails, and the ubiquitous Internet are underscored in the unusual dialogue-free trailer told through devices and pop-up convos (watch it below).
Men, Women & Children world premieres next month at the Toronto International Film Festival, though an official release date has yet to be confirmed by Paramount. The studio took Reitman’s Labor Day to Telluride and Toronto last year before opening it over the Christmas holiday. »
- Jen Yamato
The Toronto International Film Festival made its final announcement this morning and so the fall film festival circuit geography is basically set, other than waiting for the day-of Telluride announcement, which has already been largely telegraphed by the status of Tiff and the New York Film Festival and whatever Fantastic Fest has left to offer, of course. It's a remarkably vast playing field, with hundreds of films to choose from. With that in mind, there's lots of smaller films that aren't as name brand as say, “The Equalizer” starring Denzel Washington. So a few first looks and new photos have arrived from such films. But first, note a movie that surprisingly isn't at Tiff: "Kill The Messenger" starting Jeremy Renner. Directed by Michael Cuesta (a producer and director on “Homeland”), the dramatic thriller boasts quite a cast, including Rosemarie DeWitt, Ray Liotta, Tim Blake Nelson, Barry Pepper, Oliver Platt, Michael Sheen, »
- Edward Davis
A teaser trailer has been released for Jason Reitman's upcoming drama Men, Woman & Children, and it looks quite depressing. I think Reitman is a fantastically talented storyteller and filmmaker, and there's no doubt in my mind that this movie is going to be done extremely well, it just deals with some heavy subject matter. This looks like it will be his darkest film yet.
The movie is based on a book by Chad Kultgen, and it explores the "sexual pressures of junior high school students and their parents navigating the internet’s shared landscape of pornography, blogs, social networking, and its promise of opportunities, escapes, reinvented identities, and unexpected conflicts."
The movie will be released later this year, and I'll definitely be watching it. It also has a fantastic ensemble cast includes Ansel Elgort, Adam Sandler, Judy Greer, Jennifer Garner, Kaitlyn Dever, Dennis Haysbert, J.K. Simmons, and Rosemarie DeWitt. »
- Joey Paur
Focus Features has just released five new pictures from Michael Cuesta's upcoming dramatic thriller Kill the Messenger starring Jeremy Renner. Based on the true story of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Gary Webb (played by Renner), Webb stumbles onto a story which leads to the shady origins of the men who started the crack epidemic on the nation's streets...and further alleges that the CIA was aware of major dealers who were smuggling cocaine into the U.S., and using the profits to arm rebels fighting in Nicaragua. Despite warnings from drug kingpins and CIA operatives to stop his investigation, Webb keeps digging to uncover a conspiracy with explosive implications. His journey takes him from the prisons of California to the villages of Nicaragua to the highest corridors of power in Washington, D.C. - and draws the kind of attention that threatens not just his career, but his family and his life. »
- Brad Brevet
Rosemarie DeWitt is cheating on Adam Sandler, Adam Sandler is searching for escorts in his area, Ansel Elgort is getting into fistfights, and Jennifer Garner is just plain lonely in the trailer for Jason Reitman's upcoming drama, Men, Women & Children. The movie boasts an impressive cast, yet no one actually speaks in this footage. Instead, the story is told through text messages, IMs, and emails. It's clear the message that Reitman is trying to get across, and he even says it at the end: "Discover how little you know . . . about the people you know." I'm looking forward to seeing more about the plot from the movie, and I'm especially curious about Elgort's storyline. Who is he looking at in the pictures online? Why is he crying? The film is out Oct. 3; check out the trailer below. Front Page Image Source: Paramount Pictures »
Jason Reitman clearly has something to say about our society’s technology addiction. The concept of on-screen identities overtaking off-screen lives has been explored in films like Disconnect and Her, but that the Oscar-nominated screenwriter of Up in the Air is the one shaping those ideas in this fall’s Men, Women & Children is certainly cause for excitement.
Today, the first trailer for the dramedy has arrived, revealing a serious and extremely modern take on technology overload. Though there isn’t much by way of plot (and no dialogue whatsoever), the preview is still an intriguing first look which highlights Reitman’s terrific cast.
Emma Thompson, Adam Sandler, Jennifer Garner, Judy Greer, Kaitlyn Dever, Rosemarie DeWitt, Ansel Elgort, Dean Norris, J.K. Simmons, Dennis Haysbert and Elena Kampouris all star in Men, Women & Children, which is said to focus specifically on how relationships between parents and their children have been altered by technology. »
- Isaac Feldberg
A couple of key new trailers today, starting with the first trailer for "'71". Jack O'Connell stars in the film festival sensation about a British soldier abandoned by his unit during a riot in the deadly streets of Belfast at the height of 'The Troubles' in 1971.
Next up comes the first trailer for Jason Reitman's new work "Men, Women and Children" which is said to explore the way the internet has changed the relationships between teenagers and their parents. Emma Thompson, Ansel Elgort, Jennifer Garner, Judy Greer, Rosemarie DeWitt, Dean Norris and Adam Sandler star in the film which will score a limited release from October 3rd.
- Garth Franklin
Adam Sandler has said he chooses movies based on where he’d like to vacation—Blended took him to South Africa, 50 First Dates to Hawaii. But his latest movie, the dark Men, Women & Children, looks like anything but a vacation.
The film, directed by Up in the Air filmmaker Jason Reitman, centers around a group of individuals who gravitate toward the internet and all it offers, resulting in isolation and sadness. Sandler’s character browses escort websites when he’s not spending time with his also-lonely partner, played by Rosemarie DeWitt. Ansel Elgort, Judy Greer, Dean Norris, and Jennifer Garner also star. »
- Ariana Bacle
As a fan of both Juno and Up In The Air, it’s exciting to see trailers for anything new Jason Reitman has been working on. Today we can bring you the almost silent, haunting trailer for Men, Women & Children, which explores our relationships with each other via the internet.
Men, Women & Children follows the story of a group of high school teenagers and their parents as they attempt to navigate the many ways the internet has changed their relationships, their communication, their self-image, and their love lives. The film attempts to stare down social issues such as video game culture, anorexia, infidelity, fame hunting, and the proliferation of illicit material on the internet. As each character and each relationship is tested, we are shown the variety of roads people choose – some tragic, some hopeful – as it becomes clear that no one is immune to this enormous social change that has come through our phones, »
- Jazmine Sky Bradley
Emma Thompson, Adam Sandler, Judy Greer, Jennifer Garner, Ansel Elgort, J.K. Simmons, and Rosemarie DeWitt are the men, women, and children unleashing their innermost sexual desires, struggles, and secrets online in the first teaser for Jason Reitman’s dramedy Men, Women & Children.
The film joins Reitman’s past Tiff debuts like Juno and Thank You for Smoking by bowing at this year’s festival. Like the director’s previous effort, Labor Day, Men, Women & Children is sourced from a novel, and is adapted by Reitman and co-writer Erin Cressida Wilson (Secretary).
Not much of the plot has been revealed other than that it sticks to the theme of how the internet and technology has shaped the sexual desires and frustrations of teens and adults in a modern world, which you can clearly see texting, online dating, Tumblr and Twitter playing a central part in the first teaser for the film. »
- Rachel West
Jason Reitman's Men, Women and Children has debuted its first trailer.
The film takes a look at the way the information age has affected our lives and relationships with those around us.
Details of the plot are yet to be revealed.
Men, Women and Children will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September. »
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