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Blake Lively plays a woman who regains her vision and gets a new perspective on her relationship in “All I See Is You.” A trailer for the Marc Forster (“World War Z,” “Finding Neverland”) drama has dropped. “Does it ever bother you having to take care of me?” Gina (Lively, “The Shallows”) asks her husband James (Jason Clarke, “Zero Dark Thirty”) in the spot. “No. It makes me feel special,” he says.
Gina survived the nearly fatal childhood car crash that killed her parents and left her blind. She “depends on James to be her eyes — a dependence that appears to solidify their passionate relationship,” the film’s official synopsis details. The pair live in Bangkok, Thailand and “it seems the only real hardship this loving couple faces is difficulty conceiving a child.”
Their marriage takes a sudden turn when a corneal transplant restores Gina’s vision. Suddenly, James doesn’t feel so “special” anymore. Gina is dramatically more independent, and he’s left desperately trying to claim control over her, questioning who she’s talking to and judging the clothes she wears. “I just felt like I knew everything and now I don’t,” Gina says.
“All I See Is You” made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2016 and hits theaters October 27.
Trailer Watch: Blake Lively Regains Her Vision in “All I See Is You” was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »
- Laura Berger
Director Marc Forster brings forth a romantic tale that is much more than meets the eye in the new film, All I See Is You. Actress Blake Lively and actor Jason Clarke lead the way from a script by Forster and screenwriter Sean Conway with a story of intrigue, mystery and chilling uncertainty for a woman whose second chance to see for the first time since childhood brings both happiness, as well as striking new questions about her relationship. Here's how Jane Schoettle at Tiff describes the new movie from the director of Monster's Ball and World War Z: Marriages are a delicate psychological interplay between two people, and there's no shortage of stories about how that connection is altered when things take a turn for...
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Love is blind. Because if you can see your spouse, you'll probably end up hating them... or something like that. That's how I'm choosing to interpret the new trailer for All I See Is You, the upcoming dramatic thriller from Monster's Ball and World War Z director Marc Forster. The film stars Blake Lively as Gina, a blind woman in an "ideal marriage" with her husband (Jason Clarke), who she depends on to be her eyes in the world. But when Gina has a corneal transplant and regains her sight, the trust between them starts to … »
- Haleigh Foutch
Blake Lively stars in the upcoming thriller “All I See Is You” as Gina, a woman who regains her sight after a tragic car accident that took place in her youth. The wonder of sight quickly fades when Lively’s character realizes she’s been blind in more ways than one. The task of discovering her newfound self and the world around her begins as a fairytale, until the fantasy she’s lived inside stops holding up in the hard light of day.
Directed and co-written by Marc Foster (“World War Z”), “All I See Is You” also features actor Jason Clarke as Gina’s husband, who she can now see for the first time. Forster toyed with the use of our five senses while filming, experimenting ways to portray Gina’s life before surgery. Using only sight and sound, the audience is intimately invited into a unique viewing experience. »
- Raelyn Giansanti
Rediscover the world with Blake Lively in a new trailer from Open Road Films' All I See Is You, which hits theaters on October 27. Starring Lively alongside Jason Clarke, Yvonne Strahovski, Danny Huston, Ahna O'Reilly and Wes Chatham, this new thriller shows the unraveling of a perfect marriage after a woman regains her sight. Along with the trailer, we also have new images from this harrowing thriller that shows how marriage isn't everything it's cracked up to be.
Gina (Blake Lively) and husband James (Jason Clarke) have an almost perfect marriage. After being blinded as a child in a nearly fatal car crash that claimed her parent's lives, Gina depends on James to be her eyes-a dependence that appears to solidify their passionate relationship. She sees her world in her own vivid imagination with help from James' descriptions. Despite her disability, the two enjoy a colorful existence in Bangkok, Thailand »
"Well, we don't really know what me is, do we?" Open Road Films has unveiled an official trailer for All I See Is You, the latest from director Marc Forster (of Stranger Than Fiction, The Kite Runner, Quantum of Solace, World War Z). Blake Lively stars as a woman who was blinded in a near-fatal car accident when she was young. She now lives in Thailand, happily married to her husband, played by Jason Clarke. When she receives implants and can see again, their lives and relationship are upended by the truths that come to light. The cast includes Yvonne Strahovski, Danny Huston, Ahna O'Reilly, and Wes Chatham. This seems like an odd relationship drama that has been quietly sitting on the shelf all year. It almost seems like there's some twist in this where it turns out he's a serial killer, or something, I can't really tell. Take a look. »
- Alex Billington
Kayti Burt Sep 19, 2017
Blake Lively has slowly and steadily been building a good film career for herself in the thriller genre. After the thoroughly enjoyable, terrifying The Shallows, she is taking center stage in All I See Is You, the upcoming domestic thriller from World War Z director Marc Forster that generated some buzz at the recent Toronto Film Festival.
All I See is You is about Gina (Lively), a happily married blind woman who has surgery to correct her vision. Following the surgery, Gina begins to notice some things about her life and spouse (played by Jason Clarke) that don't fit into the world she thought she knew before she regained her vision.
"When I make a film, my visuals are always guided by the motivation of both the character and the story, »
With The Walking Dead and Z Nation on television and a World War Z sequel on the way, it might seem like a bad time to recommend yet another piece of zombie entertainment. However, in the case of Dead Set, it’s worth risking a journey into the world of the living dead one more time. […] »
- Chris Vander Kaay
The zombie film will never die, and as long as it’s popular, people from all over the world will take a stab at cashing in on the success of shows like The Walking Dead or films like World War Z. With Robin Aubert’s Les Affamés, French-Canadian cinema tries its hand at tackling the undead, and the results are mixed at best. The problem with taking on such a ubiquitous subgenre of horror is that it takes a lot to stand out from the herd; people have to either reinvent the wheel, or give it one hell of a spin in order to make a lasting impression. Aubert’s film falls somewhere in between those two outcomes by showing off strong technical skills but within a generic story.
Aubert structures his film around eight different characters trying to survive the aftermath of a zombie outbreak in rural Quebec. There »
- The Film Stage
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Imagine World War Z is finally over and humanity is left picking up the pieces — or more like the body parts — as the planet recovers from a horrific zombie plague.
That’s the premise of writer-director David Freyne’s debut feature The Cured, which follows a handful of characters who survived the bloodbath and are dealing with some serious Ptsd, not to mention flesh-eating withdrawal for those who have been transformed back to normal. It’s a clever concept that’s fairly well executed, if a tad contrived in spats, with tension that slowly boils to the surface as the zombies inevitably »
- Jordan Mintzer
When it was announced that X-Force would follow Deadpool 2, comic fans were thrilled with the idea that they'd finally see the ruthless version of the X-Men on the big screen. Who would see that vision through, though? Continuing with 20th Century Fox's trend of tapping up and coming directors for their superhero films, Fox has hired highly-acclaimed writer, Drew Goddard, to direct and write the upcoming X-Force film, according to an exclusive report by Deadline.
Goddard is no stranger to the superhero genre, having penned the spin-off of The Amazing Spider-man, The Sinister Six. While that ultimately didn't pan out, Goddard has continued to have success in Hollywood. His resume includes writing for The Martian, World War Z, Netflix's Marvel shows, and even Cabin in the Woods. »
- email@example.com (Matt Malliaros)
Fox confirmed the news Thursday. The studio has been expanding its universe of movies based on the X-Men characters and has three titles out next year: “X-Men: The New Mutants,” directed by “The Fault in Our Stars” helmer Josh Boone, will open April 13; “Deadpool 2,” directed by David Leitch and starring Reynolds and Josh Brolin, is set for a June 1 launch; and Kinberg’s “X-Men: Dark Phoenix” gets released on Nov. 2.
Goddard is already directing and producing Fox’s “Bad Times at the El Royale,” starring Chris Hemsworth and Jeff Bridges, with production expected to start early next year. Goddard is also set to produce the movie. He »
- Dave McNary
Justice League, good or bad, is probably going to be one of the biggest movies of the year. But if it's good, it could be one of the biggest superhero movies ever. It is still Zack Snyder's movie by many accounts, but since he stepped away due to a personal tragedy, it has been Joss Whedon who has been steering the ship. Now, it sounds like as much as a third of the script has changed during his time working on the movie.
Forbes' Mark Hughes recently appeared on the Superhero News podcast. During the course of the conversation, Hughes discussed some of what he had heard about Joss Whedon's involvement in Justice League. According to him, Whedon did about two dozen pages of additional material, in addition to cutting some of the stuff that was there when Zack Snyder was working on it. Here's what he had to say. »
Tony Sokol Aug 25, 2017
Star Trek Beyond writers Jd Payne and Patrick McKay will assemble the oral history of the rise of the bloodsuckers. The pair will adapt the novel, A People’s History of the Vampire Uprising, by Raymond Villareal for 20th Century Fox and Shawn Levy’s 21 Laps.
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A People’s History Of The Vampire Uprising will be published next summer by Little Brown’s Mulholland Books. It will be the first of four books. It has been compared to Max Brooks’ novel World War Z, the oral history of the zombie apocalypse. 21 Laps nabbed the film rights in February after a heated bidding war. Fox and 21 Laps are hoping to turn the books into a movie franchise.
Chris Hemsworth and Jeff Bridges are in talks to join Bad Times at the El Royale, the next directorial effort from Drew Goddard. The news of their potential involvement in the movie comes from The Hollywood Reporter’s Heat Vision, who say that shooting is set to start rolling in January 2018.
The trade says that the story is set in the 1960s at a run-down hotel near California’s Lake Tahoe named the El Royale, and centers on a cast of characters whose own shady agendas will violently collide.
Goddard wrote and directed the superb horror movie Cabin In The Woods, a film that Hemsworth also starred in. Goddard is also responsible for the screenplays for The Martian, World War Z and episodes for the Netflix series Daredevil.
- Paul Heath
Should the deals close, the actors would be the first attached to the project, which is expected to begin shooting early next year. Fox has kept details about “Bad Times” under wraps other than it being set in the 196os at a dilapidated hotel in California’s Lake Tahoe region. Bridges would play a down-on-his-luck priest.
Bridges received his seventh Oscar nomination this year for “Hell or High Water” and »
- Dave McNary
Under the non-exclusive deal, King will develop and produce films through his Gk Films shingle. The company will relocate offices to the Paramount lot as part of the new deal. He previously produced “Rango,” “World War Z,” and “Hugo” for Paramount.
Paramount chairman/CEO Jim Gianopulos said, “Graham not only has keen artistic and commercial tastes, but he also is one of the most prolific producers in this industry. It’s my pleasure to welcome him to our Paramount family and we all look forward to many successful collaborations for years to come.”
- Dave McNary
Disney is moving right along with more and more live-action versions of their most beloved animated properties. One of the next ones coming down the pipeline is Christopher Robin, which is going to be a live-action version of Winnie the Pooh with an adult version of the loveable bear's human pal rediscovering his animal friends years later. The adult cast already includes Ewan McGregor (Trainspotting) as Robin, with Hayley Atwell (Agent Carter) recently signing on to play his wife. Now, the voice cast for the animals of the One Hundred Acre Wood has been announced.
According to a new report from That Hashtag Show, Jim Cummings, who has voiced Winnie the Pooh in many animated projects over the years, is once again set to reprise the role in Christopher Robin. That should come as welcome news to fans of the character. In addition, the depressed but loveable donkey Eeyore is »
Another day, another Justice League rumor. The movie will be hitting theaters in just a few short months and they are still doing some additional filming. Joss Whedon has been hard at work doing reshoots and editing the movie together ever since Zack Snyder had to leave the project over a personal tragedy. More and more it has become clear that these reshoots are pretty significant and there may be a very good reason for that. It turns out an early cut of Justice League may have been "unwatchable."
Before we dig in it should be noted that this should only be regarded as a rumor for now and nothing more. That said, fan site Batman On Film recently ran a piece after Joe Morton, who plays Cyborg's dad in Justice League, made some comments saying that Cyborg had been changed quite a bit during the reshoots. In the piece, »
Ruth Negga will be reuniting with her World War Z co-star Brad Pitt in James Gray‘s upcoming sci-fi epic, Ad Astra. The Lost City of Z (which if you haven’t seen it, is entirely unrelated from the aforementioned World War Z unless you really stretch it) director has been building anticipation for his next movie, which will be the first genre film […]
- Hoai-Tran Bui
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