Four years after, we finally have news of the other Terrence Malick’s film that Natalie filmed in 2012.
During the last two years, the movie was known as Weightless, but now IndieWire reports that the final title of the film will be Song to Song. The website also confirms its premiere in the USA on March 17, and gives more details of its argument:
Here’s the premise: “In this modern love story set against the Austin, Texas music scene, two entangled couples — struggling songwriters Faye (Rooney Mara) and BV (Ryan Gosling), and music mogul Cook (Michael Fassbender) and the waitress whom he ensnares (Natalie Portman) — chase success through a rock ‘n’ roll landscape of seduction and betrayal.”
In addition to the main quartet, a number of musicians appear as well: Patti Smith, Lykke Li, the Black Lips, Iggy Pop, Florence and the Machine, the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Considering Fabio briefly appeared in last year’s “Knight of Cups,” that sounds about right.
Also, the site has the first official still of the film (unfortunately Natalie does not appear in it).
more after the jump:
Before the end of the year, here are a few more tidbits about Pablo Larraín’s film…
-First of all, Here we have a long interview with Natalie for “Happy Sad Confused” MTV podcast, in which she tells about the movie, her career… and she also finally answers the million-dollar question: Which Star Wars film will she show her children first?
–The Wrap has another interesting interview with Natalie on portraying the iconic First Lady.
-Sebastián Sepúlveda, the film editor, relates in this great article the challenge of assembling Jackie‘s many layers.
-Renowned writer Joyce Carol Oates praised in her twitter account the awards-bound Pablo Larraín drama for its ability to reflect painful realities about the contemporary political landscape. Entertainment Weekly has an article about it.
-Finally, a new still of Natalie, from the oficial instagram of the movie:
Next weekend Jackie will expand to 26 theaters in the USA. Until then, here are a few tidbits to make the wait bearable…
–Vanity Fair has a new article focused on the costumes of the Pablo Larrain´s film, made by Madeline Fontaine. Some of the stills that illustrate it are brand new:
Today is the day: Jackie opens in the US, in a limited release at five theatres in Los Angeles and New York. This number will increase in the following weeks. To celebrate, what better than a new selection of exclusive stills of the film for Time Magazine:
Click on the image below to see them:
Along with the excellent trailer that we have seen today, we can also enjoy some stunning black and white photos of the film, taken by Pablo Larrain during the shooting, which have been uploaded on the renewed official website page of the movie. These are a small sample of them: