We want to remind you that “To The Wonder” is released in selected theaters in the US today, you can of all the play dates and theaters at the official website. The movie will expand over more theaters in the coming weeks. The movie is also available Video On Demand and on iTunes. The movie is written and directed by Terrence Malick and Rachel co-stars in the movie as Jane alongside Olga Kurylenko, Ben Affleck and Javier Bardem.
The two newly released TV spots are added in our media archive and we also added some additional stills and promotion material in our gallery. Be sure to also read our review round up we posted earlier today.
We already made a round-up of the reviews for “To The Wonder” after the Venice Film Festival and UK release but since the movie is opening in the US today we thought it would be nice to make a round-up with US reviews as well.
The movie is getting mixed reviews from the US critics, but if Rachel’s performance is mentioned then her performance is generally praised.
“Kurylenko and McAdams are luminous as they bask in the glow of love when it is warm, and full of angst when it goes cold. And young Tatiana Chiline is just a delight. The camera loves the women, lingering, perhaps a little too long as they spin and dance through open fields of grains and grasses and flowers.”
-Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times
We added a lot more additions of Rachel during the premiere night of “To The Wonder” in West Hollywood. She looked stunning in a black Maria Lucia Hohan dress, Giuseppe Zanotti heels and Neil Lane jewelry. Many thanks to my friend Nicole from Adoring Emilia Clark, Jenna-Louise Colema Online and Clint-Barton.com for donating the high quality photos to us.
Fun fact: Rachel was photographed during the after party with her “Red Eye” director Wes Craven.
Rachel made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! yesterday evening, like we reported before, to promote Terrence Malick’s “To The Wonder“. We added the photos of her outside the studios in Hollywood in our gallery and you can (re)watch the interview in our media archive. We will add the HD screen captures as soon as possible.
Interbridge is reporting that Rachel will make an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” this Monday, April 8th. Check your local listing for the time, and we will try to give you our coverage of her appearance as soon as possible. We assume she will promote “To The Wonder” which will hit selected theaters and will get a VOD release next Friday, April 12.
Jimmy Kimmel Live, ABC
Mo 4/8: Rachel McAdams, Kelly Oxford, Kid Rock
I have to admit, I’m pleasantly surprised when I saw this. I wasn’t expecting promotion of Rachel for this movie since her screen time is between 10-15 (judging on the reviews). Let’s hope she will do more promotion for the movie next week!
Magnolia Pictures released 5 movie clips of “To The Wonder” today including the first clip featuring Rachel. We added the clip in our media archive. You can watch the other clips over here.
The movie will get a limited US release on April 12 and will also be available on VOD the same day.
Magnolia Pictures has announced today that “To The Wonder” will get a VOD (Video On Demand) release in the US on the same day it will hit selected theaters: on April 12. For more information about Magnolia’s VOD releases be sure to head over to their official website.
In a sign of the times, Magnolia Pictures will release Terrence Malick’s “To the Wonder” both in theaters (April 12) but also ay and date via Video on Demand. The film, starring Ben Affleck, Olga Kurlylenko, Javier Bardem and Rachel McAdams, showed initially at the Venice and Toronto festivals last year, and was acquired by Magnolia shortly thereafter.
Like “Melancholia,” confirms Magnolia President Eamonn Bowles, “To the Wonder” will qualify for the 2013 Oscars. The company anticipates expanding the film to a level similar to most of their releases. “Melancholia” at its widest point played at 134 theaters.
The movie is already released in selected theaters in the UK and France last month. You can find a list of the US theaters on the movie’s official website. This is the first movie for Rachel that will get a VOD release.