First international trailer for Third Person hit the internet, and it’s terrific. The movie is being released on June 20, and also set for Tribeca Film Festival later this month (April 24). Take a look!
A very first (30 sec) teaser trailer for ’Third Person’ has been published via official Japanese site – www.third-person.jp. The movie (previously screened at Toronto Film Festival) is now set for Tribeca Film Festival on April 24.
New York writer Michael (Liam Neeson) has recently split with his wife. His lover, Anna (Olivia Wilde), comes to visit him in a Paris hotel, but their relationship is complicated due to her inability to commit—he doesn’t know it, but she’s hiding a terrible secret.
Despite being accused of negligence in an accident that almost caused her son’s death, New Yorker Julia (Mila Kunis) firmly denies being responsible. Charged with negligence, she loses custody of her son to his father Rick (James Franco) , who tries his best to take the boy away from her permanently.
American businessman Sean (Adrien Brody) falls in love with a Gypsy woman, Monika (Morn Atias) while on a trip to Rome. He gets caught up in her life to the point that he’s involved in trying to free her kidnapped daughter from an Italian gangster. When he’s asked to help put up money for her ransom, Sean begins to wonder whether he’s being set up.
First photos of Mila guest starring on Two and a Half Men surfaced online. According reports, her episode called “Daddy’s Got a Healthy Flavor Stick” will be aired on April 10, 2014. She plays a character named Vivian – a young, beautiful, free-spirited world traveler who shows up on Walden’s doorstep. Two and a Half Men airs Thursdays at 9:30 p.m. on CBS
Eventhough there is a huge posibility the movie itself has never been released or even finished, some stills now surfaced online. So what do we know about it? Honestly not so much… The comedy was originaly named “Tom 51″, starring Mila Kunis, Clifton Collins Jr, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Michael Rapaport, Tony Todd and directed / written by Ron Carlson. Filming began in June 2004 (for about 4 months in LA). In 2008 Shoreline Entertainment acquired worldwide rights for a 2009 release. What happened after – no clue!
The one and only storyline we truly have is: “After going through 50 jobs, a young man lands a dream gig as a driver for an escort service.” Mila’s character “Little Boy Matson”(not sure about the name) works for the escort service, apparently. If you know anything else about it please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org Enjoy photos and clip below!
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