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<img src="http://www.darkhorizons.com/assets/0013/0825/whacktrio_article.jpg" /><p>Along with the news of "The Tree of Life" trailer hitting this Friday, details on Terrence Malick's recently wrapped next project, rumoured to be titled "The Burial", have emerged over at <a href="http://www.thewrap.com/deal-central/column-post/exclusive-details-terrence-malicks-untitled-drama-revealed-22882?page=0,0">The Wrap</a>.</p> <p>Shooting recently finished on the romantic drama starring Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams, Rachel Weisz, Olga Kurylenko, Javier Bardem and Barry Pepper. Through a source's call sheets, the site has cobbled together an extensive and spoiler-filled synopsis which can be <a href="http://www.thewrap.com/deal-central/column-post/exclusive-details-terrence-malicks-untitled-drama-revealed-22882?page=0,0">read here</a> in full.</p> <p>They've also provided a short and spoiler-free summary on the highly secretive project which you can check out below:</p> <p>"Set over a period of years, the film stars Affleck as Neil, a failed writer stuck in a loveless marriage with Marina (Kurylenko), whose expiring visa put pressure on Neil to propose. Neil and Marina have a daughter (Tatiana Chilin) together, but both of them are looking outside the marriage. </p> <p>Neil is drawn to »
- Garth Franklin
It's a very Malick December 1, as we have detailed news on the director's new film, tentatively titled The Burial, and trailer news for his other new film -- the old new film, as it were -- The Tree of Life. JoBlo claims, via Twitter , that there will be a two-minute trailer for The Tree of Life on all prints of Black Swan opening this weekend. I haven't had confirmation of this, nor any news that the trailer will arrive online at the same time. If you work in a theater and have the Tree trailer with your Black Swan print, let us know, please. After the break, there's an extensive rundown of the film Mr Malick recently wrapped in Oklahoma, which stars Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams, Rachel Weisz, Olga Kurylenko, Javier Bardem and Barry Pepper. We've known next to nothing about that one so far, other than that Javier Bardem plays a priest, »
- Russ Fischer
Terrence Malick recently wrapped shooting on his upcoming romantic drama, possibly titled The Burial. The Wrap has exclusive (and extensive) details about the previously unknown plot. The film stars Ben Affleck, Olga Kurylenko, Javier Bardem, Rachel McAdams, Rachel Weisz and Barry Pepper. Check out the synopsis culled from call sheets below:
Set over a period of years, the film stars Affleck as Neil, a failed writer stuck in a loveless marriage with Marina (Kurylenko), whose expiring visa put pressure on Neil to propose. Neil and Marina have a daughter (Tatiana Chilin) together, but both of them are looking outside the marriage. Neil is drawn to Jane (McAdams) and Marina betrays her husband by having an affair with Charlie (Charles Baker).
Both Neil and Marina seek guidance from Father Quintana (Bardem), a priest frustrated by his inability to live his own life because he’s too busy advising his parishioners on theirs. »
- Jordan Raup
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